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Teddy Long is in the ring and is interrupted by The Big Show. Show said that he didn't care about John Laurinaitis or the WWE fans. Brodus Clay hit the ring. Big Show attacked Brodus, but Brodus was able to get the advantage. David Otunga ran out and saved Big Show. Big Show then knocked out Brodus and left the ring. Otunga then danced to Brodus' music.
Ryback destroyed two local wrestlers.
Mick Foley and Vickie Guerrero were involved in a backstage segment. Guerrero said she will be GM of both shows next week. Couldn't make out what was said next, but at one point Foley proposed The Great Khali to be her assistant.
Alberto Del Rio defeated Christian in a long match. After the match, Cody Rhodes attacked Christian.
Kane defeated Daniel Bryan. AJ was the guest timekeeper. Bryan thought he had the match won at one point when he had the Yes! Lock applied, but AJ rang the bell despite Kane never tapping. Kane then chokeslammed Bryan for the win.
Mick Foley comes out to the ring to cut a promo. Heath Slater interrupts him and Foley announces a match between Slater and Zack Ryder.
Zack Ryder defeated Heath Slater.
The Usos are out next. AW announces the Prime Time Players, who proceed to beat the Usos.
Santino Marella comes out and gets kissed by someone in the crowd. Santino then left.
Jack Swagger came out an cut a promo. He talked about being an "All American American." Triple H's music hits and he hits the ring, nails Swagger with a pedigree and then heads to the back. This will likely not be televised.
World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus defeated Dolph Ziggler with the Brogue kick.
The taping ended here.
John Cena defeated The Big Show and David Otunga in a handicap match. After the match, John Laurinaitis hit the ring and attacked Cena with a chair. Laurinaitis missed, and Cena nailed him with the AA. Cena's music played as he celebrated for the crowd.
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