|By Raj Giri||July 01, 2012 | Comments|
Show started with Sin Cara vs. Hunico. It was quite a sloppy match but Sin Cara got the pin.
Next up was Santino vs Jack Swagger. There wasn't much wrestling as both were trying to be comical and work the crowd. Santino finally got the pin via the cobra.
The Divas Championship match had Layla defeat Natalya in what was a long divas match.
The Intercontinental Championship was on the line as Christian defeated Cody Rhodes with the spear.
The title matches continued as Sheamus defeated Alberto del Rio with a vicious brogue kick. Interestingly, at the end of the match, Del Rio took his frustrations out on Ricardo as he attacked him in the ring and left alone.
The tag team titles were on the line next as Kofi Kingston and Zack Ryder defeated the Prime Time Players after an overturned victory for the PTPers. They both used their finishing moves as soon as the match was restarted.
CM Punk defeated Daniel Bryan in a street fight with the GTS.
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