We begin this week with the Uso's doing their full entrance and making their way to the ring. Michael Cole and Matt Striker are on commentary, due to Josh Matthews' injury angle. We get a video of Lesnar attacking him from Monday's RAW. Hunico and Camacho ride down to the ring on their low-rider and the usual bilingual promo. Hunico calls the Uso's 2 dancing fools. One of the Uso's asks "what?" and "you got jokes?" He then jumps on his brother's back, and imitates Hunico and Camacho. He speaks in a Hispanic accent and asks why they don't like the fans in Grand Rapids and they do the Uso chant and response.
The Uso's vs. Hunico & Camacho
Jey starts things off with Hunico, with Jey taking control and tagging his brother as they double team. Hunico avoids a Superkick and tags Camacho who begins to pound Jimmy with punches and kicks. The Uso's tag in and out a couple of times, cutting the ring in half. Hunico opens the ropes and one of the Uso's (it's hard to keep up with telling them apart) falls to the outside while running the ropes.
Camacho is in control or Jimmy in the middle of the ring. Hunico is back in and he works Jimmy's legs; he applies a modified Indian DeathLock. Hunico and Camacho continue to dominate and keep Jimmy in their corner. Camacho gets a 2, then applies a half-Boston Crab to Jimmy. Jimmy reaches for his brother but is pulled by the leg back to the center of the ring. Camacho goes for a figure-four but Jimmy kicks him the butt and Camacho falls out of the ring. Camacho hurries back in before Jimmy can make the tag and gets Samoan Dropped. Jey riles up the crowd in the corner and builds the anticipation for the hot tag. Jey gets the tag, as does Hunico, and he unloads on Hunico with cloatheslines and a kick to the abdomen. Jey hits the Running Stinkface in the corner and makes the cover but it is broken up by Camacho. Jimmy comes in to his brother's defense. Jey has Hunico pinned but Camacho kicks him in the head behind the ref's back and Hunico gets the pin with a handful of tights. (I don't think even Cole and Striker could keep up with distinguishing the Uso's).
Winners by pin: Hunico & Camacho
Kelly Kelly vs. Maxine
The girls lock up with a collar and elbow. Kelly hits what has become a trademark for her, the Thesz Press. Maxine avoids the running cartwheel-in-the-corner bump and slams Kelly face-first to the mat. Maxine applies a rear chin-lock and Kelly screams in pain. Maxine makes the cover and gets a 2, then goes back to the chin-lock. Kelly punches at Maxine's knees and Maxine is forced to break. Maxine jumps on Kelly and applies a front-choke as she hangs on Kelly. Kelly gets free and does the handstand-in-the-ropes move. Kelly repeatedly drives Maxine's face to the mat while screaming like a crazy woman. Kelly hits two clotheslines and drives Maxine's head into the turnbuckle; she then does her version of the Stinkface. Scott Stanford, who is on commentary for this match calls it a Bootycall (that's actually a pretty good name for it). Kelly connects with the cartwheel move this time. Kelly hits a legdrop and gets the pin.
Winner by pin: Kelly Kelly
-RAW Rebound: Cena/Lesnar
Miz makes his way to the ring.
A-Ry's music hits and he comes to the ring to some cheers.
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