|By Marc Middleton | August 13, 2012 | Comments|
Winner: Dolph Ziggler
- We see CM Punk backstage warming up. Eve Torres appears and congratulates him on the new CM Punk. He says there is no new CM Punk, he's the same guy he always has been. Punk says all he has ever done is fight for respect because that's what he deserves. Eve says nobody believes that, especially John Cena. Punk says he will go tell Cena that himself and walks off.
- Still to come, the Lesnar-HHH contract signing for SummerSlam. Back to commercial.
- Back from the break and Cole goes over more RAW tweets from Pauly D. We get a look back at earlier tonight where John Cena made the save for CM Punk against Daniel Bryan and Big Show.
- Shawn Michaels is shown backstage and Cole mentions Triple H isn't here yet. Cena walks up on HBK and he's a bit jumpy. HBK walks off and CM Punk walks up. Punk says he won't stab anyone in the back but he will make sure Cena and Show don't walk out of SummerSlam the champion. Back to commercial.
- Back from the break and we get another vignette for Wade Barrett.
Kaitlyn and Layla vs. Beth Phoenix and Eve Torres
We go to the ring and out comes WWE Divas Champion Layla with her partner Kaitlyn. Out next comes the team of Beth Phoenix and Eve Torres.
Beth and Layla start things out. They go at it and Beth lifts her high. Layla slides out and they go to the corner. Eve tags in and beats Layla down in the corner. Layla with more counters and pin attempts. Layla springboards into a crossbody for another pin attempt. Layla with a headlock now. Layla dances around and bumps Eve in the face. Kaitlyn taunts Eve, allowing Layla to clothesline her. 2 count by Layla. Kaitlyn tags in and hits a backbreaker for a 2 count. Kaitlyn with more shots and another pin attempt. Kaitlyn goes to the second rope but Eve pulls her to the mat. Eve mounts her with right hands and covers for 2.
Beth tags in and takes control of Kaitlyn. She also clotheslines Layla off the apron. The referee holds Layla back as Kaitlyn gets double teamed in the corner. Kaitlyn fights Beth and takes another shot at Eve. Kaitlyn pushes Beth into Eve and then rolls Beth up for the win.
Winners: Layla and Kaitlyn
- They show the video package for Lesnar vs. Triple H again. Lawler says Triple H has not arrived yet but is on his way to the arena. The tag match is up next after commercial.
Big Show and Daniel Bryan vs. CM Punk and John Cena
Back from the break and out comes Big Show first for his team. Daniel Bryan is out next. WWE Champion CM Punk is out first for his team, followed by John Cena.
Cena and Bryan start things out. Cena applies a headlock and drops him with a shoulder. Punk tags himself in while Cena isn't expecting it. Show wants to tag in but Bryan locks up with Punk. They go back and forth a bit until Cena tags himself in. Show wants a tag still but Bryan yells no at him. Cena and Bryan go at it and Cena gets the upperhand. Cena with a dropkick. Show finally comes in and turns things around on Cena.
Back from a commercial break and Show is still in control of Cena. Cena starts to fight back but Show catches him in mid-air. Bryan tags himself in. Bryan yells at Show to get out of the ring and they have words. Bryan misses a dropkick on Cena in the corner. Punk comes in and clotheslines Bryan. Punk with a neckbreaker and a 2 count as Show breaks the pin. Punk goes to tag Cena but he's not there. Bryan pulls Punk back and tags in Show. Show goes to work on Punk now.
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