Backstage, John Laurinaitis is talking to David Otunga, and he says everyone is talking about him. Teddy Long then comes in, and John says to make himself at home, but Teddy says this is business. John credits Otunga with the idea of him to be GM of both shows, and that he didn't know Del Rio, Henry, or Christian were coming out last night. Teddy says he thinks there should be one GM for both shows, but he wants the WWE Universe to decide. John says he doesn't care what the fans think, just the Board of Directors. They insult each other, and then argue with superstars are better. John says that there will be a battle royal between the superstars that did not win the Chamber matches last night to decide who faces CM Punk at Wrestlemania. John then volunteers Otunga to face any Smackdown superstar tonight.
The announcers plug Undertaker's appearance later tonight. "The Memory Remains" by Metallica is playing during it. We go to commercial.
We come back with R-Truth making his way to the ring for a tag team match. Kofi Kingston is out next, and he's limping from the match last night. The WWE Tag Team Champions, Epico and Primo are out next. Rosa Mendes is with them as always.
R-Truth and Kofi Kingston vs Epico and Primo (with Rosa Mendes)
Epico and Truth start things off, with Truth taking control with a Clothesline for a two count. Primo gets the blind tag and takes control of Truth. Truth hits a Back Body Drop on Primo after Primo took out Kofi, and he's able to tag in Kofi, who hits a Springboard Clothesline, then the Boom Drop on Primo. Rosa then gets on the arpron, and distracts the ref. Epico hotshots Kofi over the top rope, but Truth takes out Epico. Primo goes for the Backstabber on Kofi, but Kofi counters and hits Trouble in Paradise for the win.
Winners: Kofi Kingston and R-Truth
Later tonight, we have the 10 man battle royal, but next, we reveal the 4th inductee to the WWE Hall of Fame 2012.
We now go to the next inductee to the HOF. It is none other than Ron Simmons. Great video package for a great talent.
We then replay how Jericho was taken out of the Chamber match last night, and go to Josh Matthews with Chris Jericho. Jericho says technically he was not eliminated last night, and it's a travesty that he was taken out of the match. He says he was never eliminated, and CM Punk should not allow that victory to stand. Jericho says he knows he's the best at what he does, and tonight is the end of the world as you know, and every superstar in the battle royal is going to understand exactly what he's saying. We go to commercial.
We come back to David Otunga's music, and he makes his entrance for his match against a Smackdown superstar of Teddy Long's choice. John Laurinaitis is accompanying him. Big Zeke Jackson is Otunga's opponent.
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