- Eve and Laurinaitis ae talking backstage about Big Show. She goes off to talk to him when Chris Jericho comes in. Jericho wants a World Heavyweight Title shot. Orton comes in and they start brawling. Del Rio joins in as does Sheamus. Everyone separates and the World Heavyweight Title match at Over the Limit is made into a fatal four-way.
Brodus Clay vs. The Miz
We go to the ring and out comes Brodus Clay with his dancers. We get a pre-taped video where Brodus reminds us to call our mommas on Mother's Day. Out next comes The Miz with a microphone. Miz is disgusted he has a match against Clay tonight. Miz wants Clay to call his momma and tell her how awesome he is. The bell rings and here we go.
They go at it and Clay knocks Miz out to the floor where his dancers are laughing. Miz runs around the ring and back in after Clay chases him. Miz puts the boots to Clay and works him over for a 2 count. Miz hits a clothesline in the corner and climbs up to the top rope for a double ax handle shot for a 1 count. Miz goes back to a headlock. Miz keeps in control and hits a DDT for 2.
Clay starts to fight back but Miz kicks his leg out. Miz goes back to the mat with Clay as his dancers get the fans to rally. Clay counters Miz and drops him with a big sideslam. Clay drops Miz with a headbutt. Clay charges in the corner but gets dropped with a big boot. Miz goes to the middle rope but Clay catches him with an overhead throw. Clay runs the ropes and hits the big splash for the win.
Winner: Brodus Clay
- Up next, an official update on Triple H's medical condition and Brock Lesnar's WWE future. Back to commercial.
- We get a look back at last week's RAW Supershow where Triple H was attacked by Brock Lesnar. They say Triple H will require surgery but continues to do his job for WWE. Triple H will speak next week live on RAW. They say Lesnar was invited to RAW tonight but declined the offer. Instead, he sent his legal representation. Lesnar's music hits and out comes Paul Heyman!
Heyman introduces himself and says he is here to represent Brock Lesnar. Heyman puts over Lesnar and says he has been put down by the WWE audience since day one. WWE says that same thing goes for management. Heyman goes on and says Lesnar feels betrayed by the WWE Universe and he should not have to feel that way because he is the only man in history to hold the NCAA Division 1 Title, the Undisputed WWE Title and the Undisputed UFC Heavyweight Title. Heyman says Lesnar is an honest man. He told us he would be an ass kicking machine and he is. Heyman says Lesnar asked him to come here tonight and read his statement.
The statement says Lesnar came back to bring legitimacy to WWE and in return he got the same politics that caused him to leave years ago. He has no regrets for hurting Cena and Triple H. He runs down Triple H in the statement. Lesnar doesn't care about Triple H, the people or WWE's corporate suits. Lesnar says he is never coming back because he quits. The crowd cheers. Heyman drops the mic and leaves the ring.
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