We go backstage to Johnny Curtis putting on a t-shirt with a tuxedo on it, and admiring himself in the mirror. Cole puts him over, and Matthews puts over Percy Watson vs. Heath Slater, which is next.
Back from the break, Heath Slater comes out next to a few boos. The One Man Sothern Rockband walks down the ramp as Cole reads a fictitious Tweet from his mother. "Showtime" Percy Watson is out next, and he's fired up, though the crowd isn't.
Heath Slater vs. Percy Watson
Slater takes control with a Side Headlock, but gets caught with a Dropkick. Watson hits a kick to the gut, then a leg drop to Slater. Showtime then takes control of the arm, then hits a Northern Lights Suplex for a two count. Slater is able to take control with some strikes now, and he draws some heat from the crowd. Slater hangman's him along the bottom rope and Snapmares him over into a headlock. Matthews is struggling to make sense of this show to Cole. Watson fights out, but gets caught with a Neckbreaker-like move for a two count. Slater argues with the referee, then misses a Stinger Splash. Watson fires up and hit's a Running Shoulder Block, followed by the best dropkick in WWE at the moment. Watson then hit's the Showtime Splash for a two count. Slater catches him with a boot to the face, but Watson is able to hit s nice Fireman's Carry-turned into a Flapjack, which he calls the Percycution for the three count.
Winner: Percy Watson
Watson celebrates on the turnbuckle as we replay some of the highlights in the match. We go backstage again, this time to Maxine, who is in a robe. She turns and runs into the Usos. She yells at them, saying she had every bead in this dress custom made form Italy, and taks about how much money it cost. One of the Usos (They're wearing shirts, so I can't see which one has the tatoo) sneezes on it, which infuriates Maxine. Cole laughs as we go to commercial.
We come back to Maxine in her dress talking to some woman. Curtis consoles her, but she keeps freaking out. That is the skimpiest wedding dress I've ever seen. Kaitlyn walks by as Maxine leaves. Curtis says he hasn't really had a bachelor's party, so if Kaitlyn wants to kill a couple of minutes and "get weird," it would be fine with him. Kaitlyn whispers so silently, I couldn't understand a word she said, but I assume she said no.
Yoshi Tatsu and Trent Barreta come out next for a tag team match. Cole even manages to attempt to bury Lillian that failed. Tyler Reks and Curt Hawkins are out next.
Trent Barreta and Yoshi Tatsu vs. Curt Hawkins and Tyler Reks
Barreta and Hawkins start the match out, and lock up in the middle of the ring. Hawkins takes control and slams him into his corner. He tags in Reks, and they miss tandem clotheslines. Yoshi then takes out Reks as Barreta sends Hawkins flying outside the ring. Yoshi covers Reks for a two count, apparently he's the legal man now. Tatsu takes control with kicks, but Reks gets him with a thumb to the eye, and hits some vicious strikes. Reks locks Yoshi's legs as Hawkisn attacks him. Hawkins tags in and locks on a facelock. Cole says more people talk about him than the superstars, does he not realize that's a bad thing? Tatsu fights out with some kicks, but gets caught with a Powerslam for a two count. Cole takes credit for Daniel Bryan's success. Reks gets tagged in and hits a kick to the gut. Reks taunts in the ring, then locks in a front headlock, but Yoshi fights out, only to be hit with Powerslam once again for a two count. Hawkins gets the tag and they double team Yoshi for a bit. Hawkins quickly tags in Reks as Cole continues to bury talent that aren't even on this show. Reks locks in a Camel Clutch, and Yoshi continues to fight out, and this time reverses a Powerslam, and hits a Spinning Wheel Kick. Barreta gets the hot tag and he takes out Hawkins on the apron, then Reks in the ring with some strikes, including a huge Superkick. Barreta with a corner splash, followed by a running, jumping knee for a two count. Barreta ends up on the apron and he takes out Reks, then goes up top and hits a Corscrew Moonsault. He gets a two count after Hawkins breaks it up. The referee stops Yoshi from interfering and Hawkins is able to hit Barreta with his cane. Reks then picks him up and hit's the Burning Hammer for the three count, and their first win in forever.
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