|By Marc Middleton | July 15, 2012 | Comments|
- Zack Ryder is backstage with Santino Marella talking about Money in the Bank. Damien Sandow walks up but Ryder cuts him off. Sandow says he will win the World Heavyweight Title Money in the Bank contract.
Hunico and Camacho vs. Kofi Kingston and R-Truth
We go to the ring and out comes the WWE Tag Team Champions Kofi Kingston and R-Truth. Out next comes the team of Hunico and Camacho. Hunico speaks and says he and Camacho are the future of WWE. Apparently this is a non-title match. Truth starts off with Hunico.
Lots of stalling to start. Truth strikes first and tags in Kofi for a bit of double teaming. Kofi leaps in and gets a 1 count. Hunico fights back but Kofi stops him and goes for another pin attempt. Truth tags back in and they double team Hunico some more. Truth drops a big leg drop for another 2 count. Hunico turns it around and Camacho gets in a cheap shot before tagging in.
Camacho comes in and works over Truth before tagging Hunico back in. Truth tries to fight back but Hunico drops him. Truth gets in a kick to the face and both men go down. Truth tags in and Kofi leaps in high to take out Hunico. Camacho goes down next. Kofi unloads on Hunico and hits the Boom Drop. Kofi goes for Trouble in Paradise but Hunico ducks it and kicks out his leg. Hunico dumps Kofi to the floor but he fights back in. Kofi gets hung up on the ropes by Camacho. Hunico with a dropkick and a tag to Camacho. Camacho nails a big back body drop and taunts Truth. Camacho with a leg drop on Kofi for 2.
Hunico gets in a cheap shot as the challengers keep control. Hunico tags back in with a big kick to the face. Hunico takes Kofi to the mat with a headlock now. Hunico stops a pin and powerbombs Kofi for a close 2 count. Hunico with more offense in the corner. Kofi comes back and hits a big hurricanrana from the corner. Truth tags in as does Camacho. Truth with a pair of clotheslines and a big powerslam. Truth with a big DDT and a 2 count as Hunico breaks the pin. Kofi comes in and hits Trouble in Paradise on Hunico. Truth drops Camacho on his face for the win.
Winners: Kofi Kingston and R-Truth
- Josh Mathews is backstage with Chris Jericho. Mathews asks about his strategy for tonight's Money in the Bank match. Jericho says his strategy is to win. Jericho gives props to Kane, Big Show and John Cena but admits he's never won Money in the Bank. Jericho says that changes tonight because after the match, he will also be referred to as the Greatest of All-Time.
- We get a video package for the Sheamus vs. Alberto Del Rio feud.
- Josh Mathews is backstage with Daniel Bryan. Mathews asks about the wedding proposals on RAW. Bryan refers to AJ Lee as his future wife, not his ex-girlfriend. Bryan talks about how AJ is honest and a caring woman. Bryan says he will emerge tonight with the WWE Title and AJ's heart. We get a video package for tonight's WWE Title match.
- The 2012 WWE Money in the Bank pay-per-view opens up with a video package looking back at previous Money in the Bank matches and when the winners cashed in their briefcases.
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