Kofi Kingston & R-Truth vs. Dolph Ziggler & Jack Swagger
Jack Swagger and Truth start off the match with Swagger throwing Truth into the ropes. However, Truth holds on and stops himself, before dancing in front of Swagger. Swagger then runs into a big shot and Truth then knocks Ziggler off the ring apron. However, when Truth turns around, Swagger catches him with a huge shoulder tackle. After hitting a splash off the middle turnbuckle on Truth, Swagger goes for the pin and only gets a two count.
After being tagged in by Swagger, Ziggler goes to work on Truth, hyper-extending his arm. However, after breaking out of the hold, Truth escapes into the corner and Ziggler attempts a splash, only for Truth to move out of the way. Truth then tags in Kofi who blasts Ziggler with a springboard clothesline before knocking Swagger off the apron. Kofi continues to work on Ziggler, nailing him with a dropkick. Kofi then goes for a splash with Ziggler in the corner, but Ziggler moves this time. Ziggler runs in, but Kofi slips between the ropes and nails Ziggler with a kick to the face.
Kingston heads up top and lands a beautiful high cross body block and gets a two count when Swagger breaks up the pinfall. Truth then comes back in and Swagger sends him to the outside. Swagger looks at Truth on the floor, only to be clotheslined by Kofi to the outside as well. When Kofi turns back around, Ziggler slips a thumb in his eye and nails the ZigZag for the win.
Winner(s): Dolph Ziggler & Jack Swagger
A video is shown, highlighting the career of the latest inductee into WWE's Hall of Fame: Ron Simmons.
Backstage, we are shown a table with upside Dixie cups all over it and Santino's underdog music playing. Then, from underneath the table, you see Santino's cobra come out and beginning to strike the cups. The cobra then turns to Santino and almost strikes him, only to have Santino tell him that this is supposed to be target practice. Heath Slator is then shown, saying that he has a better way to knock the cups off the table before slapping the cups away and laughing. Santino then says that Slator shouldn't have done that because this isn't an ordinary cobra. He then proceeds to have the cobra spit on Slator who seems blinded by the mist.
We are then made aware of the on-going Twitter war between C.M. Punk and Chris Brown.
The Great Khali vs. Drew McIntyre
To start the match, Drew is pleading with Khali, trying to stop the match from happening. However, before Khali can do much of anything, Drew pushes him, only to be punched and nailed with the Punjabi Plunge, gaining the victory.
Winner: The Great Khali
The Big Show is seen in the back being interviewed. Big Show says that Cody Rhodes is at the top of his "you know what" list. Show states that he's going to find Rhodes and break his neck.
Mark Henry vs. The Big Show
The Big Show starts out fast, landing clubbing blows to the body of Mark Henry in the corner. Show then measures Henry, running in and hitting a splash. Show then goes for the WMD but Henry ducks and lands a clothesline that knocks The Big Show down. Show tries getting up several times, but Henry continues to keep his opponent grounded. From his knees, The Big Show begins to to land his own shots, fighitng his way onto his feet. However, he is quickly knocked back down with a clothesline.
Henry hits a double axe handle and then gets a near fall for his efforts. With The Big Show on his back, Henry grabs the ropes and stands on The Big Show's torso before using his foot to choke Show while verbally taunting him. The Big Show is then sent into the corner, but comes out firing with a clothesline of his own then hitting a huge spear.
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