|By Marc Middleton | June 17, 2012 | Comments|
Sin Cara vs. Hunico
We go to the ring and out comes Camacho with Hunico. Sin Cara is out next for a match against his old rival. The bell rings and they go right at it. Hunico with a big dropkick. Cara fights out of a hold and sends Hunico out to the floor. Cara charges but Hunico kicks him in the head and he falls to the floor. Hunico brings it back in the ring with a senton for a 2 count.
Hunico keeps control of the match and gets another pin attempt. Hunico beats Cara around with chops. Cara tries for a comeback but gets caught in a big backbreaker. Hunico takes Cara back to the mat and keeps him grounded. Hunico keeps stopping Cara from making a comeback. Hunico catches Cara with a second powerbomb but he kicks out at 2 again. Cara finally connects with a takedown. Cara comes back and hits a hurricanrana from the top. Cara with a pair of dropkicks and kicks to the gut. Hunico stops Cara with boots from the corner. Cara with his faceplant finisher for the win out of nowhere.
Winner: Sin Cara
- We get a promo video for tonight's WWE Title match.
We go to the ring and out first comes Kane. Daniel Bryan is out next followed by the WWE Champion CM Punk. The crowd finally wakes up as Punk makes his entrance. Justin Roberts does formal ring introductions before the bell.
The bell rings and Kane strikes Punk while Bryan hits Kane from behind. Kane pushes Bryan off and goes back to Punk. Bryan unloads on Kane but gets stopped. Kane grabs for a double chokeslam. Bryan and Punk team up to hit a series of kicks on Kane as the crowd chants YES. They take Kane down with a bunch of kicks and then both dropkick him. They trade pin attempts and stop each other from getting the pin. Punk and Bryan trade shots in the middle of the ring now. Punk fires back with forearms and dumps Bryan out to the floor. Punk charges but Kane clotheslines him for a 2 count. Kane works over Punk until Bryan hits from behind and sends him out to the floor. Bryan dives through the ropes and takes out Kane on the floor. Punk springboards up and leaps out onto both men.
Punk brings Bryan back into the ring for a 2 count. Kane trips Punk and brings him out to the floor, sending him hard into the barrier. Bryan charges and kicks Kane back. Bryan leaps from the apron but Kane uppercuts him in the throat. Kane rams Punk back into the ring post twice. Kane wraps Punk around the ring post and pulls his ribs into it. Kane with another pin attempt on Punk. Kane continues working on Punk. Kane with a dropkick to the face and another 2 count. Kane with a body scissors now. Punk fights out with elbows. Punk looks to be coming back but Bryan comes in from out of nowhere and dropkicks him in the corner. Bryan goes for Kane but gets caught with a big sideslam for 2.
More with Kane and Bryan. Kane goes down and to the floor after a big kick to the face. Punk gets up and chops Bryan now. Bryan stops Punk with a big knee to the gut. Bryan drops knees on Punk and covers him for another pin attempt. Bryan with a double underhook suplex. Bryan goes to the top but Punk stops him. Punk climbs up for a superplex but Kane pulls him off. Kane with a big right hand to Bryan, and another. Kane goes for the superplex but Punk pulls him down. Punk climbs back up but Kane pulls him down again. Kane goes for the superplex yet again but Punk stops him. They trade shots until Bryan takes them down with a double dropkick. Bryan with kicks to Punk and Kane as they both sit on their knees.
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