|By Marc Middleton | July 10, 2012 | Comments|
- Zack Ryder is backstage with Santino Marella talking about his role as SmackDown General Manager. Santino says he heard the Anonymous General Manager is somewhere in the building and he's going to find him. Back to commercial.
Tensai and Dolph Ziggler vs. Tyson Kidd and Christian
Back from the break an the match is already going on. Ziggler and Tensai double team Kidd in the corner but he makes a comeback. We've got Vickie Guerrero on commentary. Christian comes in and unloads on Ziggler. Christian with the elbow from the second rope on Ziggler. He goes for Killswitch but it's blocked. Tensai tags in as Christian dumps Ziggler to the floor. Tensai knocks Kidd off the apron but misses a splash in the corner. Christian with a big dropkick on Tensai. Sakamoto distracts the referee and Tensai takes back control on Christian. Tensai with a big back splash for another quick win.
Winners: Tensai and Dolph Ziggler
- After the match, Tensai goes after Kidd on the floor and beats him up some more. Tensai powerbombs Kidd into the side of the apron and he hits his back hard. Tensai hits a big splash on the floor now as Vickie looks on approvingly.
- Michael Cole and Jerry Lawler start arguing at ringside. It ends with Lawler standing up and backing Cole off. The e-mail alert goes off and Cole goes back to the Anonymous GM's podium. Cole gets upset and refuses to read what has been sent. Lawler steps up and the GM makes Lawler vs. Cole for tonight. The GM chimes in again and wants to let the fans decide if the match takes place. The fans pop but are told to go to WWE.com to vote. Back to commercial.
Brodus Clay vs. Drew McIntyre
Back from the break and out comes Brodus Clay with Cameron and Naomi. Drew McIntyre is already waiting. The bell rings and Drew strikes first. Clay pushes him in the corner and fires away. Clay misses a splash but dumps Drew to the apron. Drew leaps off the top rope but Clay hits a headbutt in mid-air. Clay with a splash for another quick win tonight.
Winner: Brodus Clay
- Santino is backstage looking for the General Manager when he finds Chris Jericho and accuses him of being the GM. They do some comedy and Santino walks off. Big Show walks in. Jericho talks about how JeriShow was one of the best tag teams of all-time.
- John Cena will speak next. Back to commercial.
John Cena and Kane vs. Big Show and Chris Jericho
Back from the break and out comes John Cena to the ring. Cena talks about how he is excited for Money in the Bank on Sunday. Cena declares that he will win the match and the briefcase. Kane's music hits and out he comes. Chris Jericho is out next followed by his partner Big Show.
Cena and Jericho start off with some back and forth. Cena with an early pin attempt. Show comes in as does Kane. They face off and lock up. They go at it and Show drops Kane with a clothesline in the corner. Show gets the upperhand on Kane again and sends him back down. Show taunts Cena now. Jericho comes in but Kane drops him with a right hand. Cena gets another tag and unloads on Jericho. We take another commercial break.
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