Brodus Clay opened the show defeating Michael McGillicutty.
Alex Riley was up next, and was defeated by Ryback a.k.a. Skip Sheffield.
David Otunga came out in the third match running his mouth, rousing up the local crowd. He wound up taking the win against someone who looked like Tyler Black, however he was billed from England.
Fourth on the card was a great bout with Jack Swagger successfully defending the U.S. Championship against Kofi Kingston.
After intermission Santino Marella served as guest referee for Beth Phoenix successfully defending her Diva's title against Eve.
Finally CM Punk defended the WWE championship against Dolph Ziggler. Chris Jericho came out and sat ring-side part-way through the match. Even with Jericho interfering, Punk still managed an impressive come-back to retain his title
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