Big Show vs. Kane
Back from the break and out comes Big Show. Kane is out next and Laurinaitis will be watching this one from ringside with Otunga.
They lock up and go at it. Kane hits a bunch of shoulder thrusts in the corner and comes back with right hands. Show turns around and hits a bunch of body blows. Show with headbutts but he misses the splash in the corner as Kane trips him. Kane with a crossbody for 2. Kane with a headlock now.
Show comes back with clotheslines and a scoop slam. Show goes to the second rope and comes down but Kane moves out of the way. Kane comes down from the top but Show grabs him for a chokeslam. Kane fights it off but Show tosses him out of the ring. Show whips Kane into the fan barrier and spears him out on the floor. Show brings it back in the ring as Laurinaitis takes a mic. He demands an apology now, distracting Big Show. Kane attacks and chokeslams Show for the win.
- After the match, Laurinaitis enters the ring and tells Show to get up and face him. Laurinaitis reminds Show he's the leader and the one in charge so he shouldn't be making fun of him. Laurinaitis demands an apology and says it better be good or he's firing Show. Show says he's been thinking about what he would say to Laurinaitis today. When he broke into WCW, he was 23 and this is his life. Show says he's done it all and finally had his WrestleMania moment. Show says a part of him can walk away with his head held high with no regrets but the truth is, he loves what he does. He loves waking up every day performing for the fans. Show starts crying and the fans chant for him. Show goes on and says if Laurinaitis has an ounce of decency, he will continue let him do what he loves. Laurinaitis says that was nice but he didn't hear an apology. Show apologizes twice. Laurinaitis now wants Show to get on his knees and beg for his job. Show goes to drop to his knees but hesitates. This goes on and he begs for his job. Laurinaitis says Big Show disgusts him but finally, he will re-consider. Big Show is still crying as Laurinaitis and Otunga leave the ring. Laurinaitis stops on the ramp and says he's already decided. He goes to fire Big Show and Show starts crying again. He drops to his knees and the crowd boos. Show cries some more and says he is sorry for picking on Johnny's voice and will never do it again. Laurinaitis says he still isn't happy and wishes Show the best in his future endeavors. Laurinaitis fires Big Show. Show sits in the ring on his knees and just cries as we go to commercial.
- We see replay of Big Show getting fired as Cole and Lawler play up the serious of the situation.
We go right to Brodus Clay's music as he and his dancers come out. Lawler is still stunned by what happened with Big Show. Out next come his partners, the WWE Tag Team Champions R-Truth and Kofi Kingston. Out next comes The Miz followed by Vickie Guerrero. She introduces the next WWE Tag Team Champions - Dolph Ziggler and Jack Swagger.
Truth and Swagger start things off. Clay comes in quickly and things get crazy as everyone else gets involved. Miz, Swagger and Dolph end up on the floor as we go to commercial.
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