|By Marc Middleton | September 04, 2012 | Comments|
The bell rings and they go at it. Ziggler connects with a dropkick and shows off some. Orton with a headlock and a shoulder block. They run the ropes and Orton hits another followed by a dropkick of his own and a pin attempt. More back and forth action. They end up on the floor and Orton tosses Ziggler into the fan barrier and clotheslines him. We go to commercial with Ziggler down on the floor.
Back from the break and Orton is in control of Ziggler inside the ring. Orton with a series of right hands in the corner. Ziggler kicks Orton's leg out and hits a swinging neckbreaker. Ziggler throws Orton into the fan barrier at ringside now. Ziggler brings Orton back in the ring and covers him for a 2 count. Ziggler shows off some and drops a big elbow for a 2 count. Ziggler takes Orton to the mat with a headlock and does a handstand. Orton finally breaks free and makes a comeback but runs into an elbow in the corner. Ziggler with a running clothesline for 2.
Ziggler goes to the top but Orton stops him. Orton with an uppercut and a headbutt. Orton climbs up for a superplex and nails it for a 2 count. They get up and Orton unloads with clotheslines and the powerslam. Orton takes Ziggler to the apron but has the draping DDT blocked. Ziggler comes back in but gets caught with the backbreaker. 2 count by Orton. Ziggler leaps up and connects with a big DDT out of nowhere. 2 count for Dolph. Ziggler misses the big leg drop and Orton takes him to the apron for the draping DDT. Orton readies for the RKO as the crowd finally wakes up. Ziggler blocks it but Orton rolls him up. Ziggler turns it around with a roll up of his own. Ziggler uses Orton's tights for leverage and gets the win.
Winner: Dolph Ziggler
- Before Ziggler and Vickie can make it to the back, WWE Intercontinental Champion The Miz starts to make his way to ringside. Cole plugs tonight's main events as Miz joins Cole on commentary. Back to commercial.
- Back from the break and Cole talks about Punk attacking Lawler before RAW began. Cole has The Miz on commentary with him now. Cole leads us to a look back at last week's anger management classes with Kane and Daniel Bryan.
- Now we get this week's class. Daniel Bryan has his anger collage that the teacher asked them to do. Bryan's is a sheet of paper with a bunch of YES! and NO! written all over it. Bryan rips the paper up and says he can't take the chants anymore. Kane is asked to sh are his collage next. It's just a blank piece of paper. The teacher asks Kane if that's how he feels inside - blank. Kane asks if they want to see how he feels inside. Kane balls the paper up and throws it in a trash can, then makes the trash can explode. The teacher wants to talk about their families and that's it for now.
- We see Sin Cara walking backstage. He meets up with his partner Rey Mysterio and they head to the ring as we see a replay from SmackDown where Cara made the save when Cody Rhodes was attacking Rey. Cara and Rey head to the ring as we go to commercial.
Rey Mysterio and Sin Cara vs. Cody Rhodes and Tensai
Back from the break and out first comes Rey Mysterio. His partner Sin Cara is out next. Tensai comes out first for the next team and his partner is Cody Rhodes.
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