|By Kian Terani | September 08, 2012 | Comments|
Josh sends to the video of Daniel Bryan and Kane hugging it out from RAW. It is set to slow music with Cole and Miz' commentary. It turns to 'smiley' music when they hug, then breaks down when they start to brawl.
Daniel Bryan's music hits and he comes to the ring and tries his best to avoid the "Yes" chants. He tries to nicely say "NO" to the fans instead of screaming in their faces. His facials are priceless. We go to commercial.
Bryan does some meditation in the ring as Zack Ryder's music hits.
Daniel Bryan vs. Zack Ryder
Ryder gets a quick near-fall and he rubs it in and Bryan snaps with "No's" and No Kicks. Ryder hits some offense and hits the Broski Boot. Bryan begs off in the corner and apologizes to Ryder and asks for a hug. Ryder hugs him and Bryan locks in the No Lock and gets the tap.
Winner by submission: Daniel Bryan
Bryan reapplies the hold and the ref reverses the decision for not breaking it.
Winner by disqualification: Zack Ryder
The crowd taunts Bryan with "Yes" chants as he goes crazy with "No's."
Randy Orton walks from the back toward the ring. We go to commercial.
Damien Sandow's music interrupts Lilian Garcia. Sandow says it's imperative that he get something off his chest. He says he lost last week to Sheamus but Booker T put him in a match he was not prepared for. He says he still has not been pinned. He talks to the unwashed masses and says he was appalled at their Tweets saying he was a coward. He pauses, disgusted as the unwashed masses 'boo,' and says, "Instead of Tweeting, how about reading?" Randy Orton's music hits.
Sandow asks him what he has to add to the discussion. Randy says he is here to fight. He told Booker to hold his original opponent because he wants to face Sandow tonight.
Randy Orton vs. Damien Sandow
Dolph Ziggler's music hits before they can lock-up and he comes down to the ring with the briefcase and Vickie.
The bell rings and they lock-up with Orton going over. Ziggler joins commentary. Sandow slides out of the ring to take a breather. He gets back in and they lock-up again with Sandow getting in the cheap shot on the break. Orton reverses an Irish Whip and Sandow slides out again. Orton hits a vicious streak upon Sandow's return to the ring. Sandow retreats again and Orton takes his head off with a clothesline on the outside and slams him into the apron and the table. Ziggler stands on the table and taunts Orton which allows Sandow to drive him into the post; Sandow gets 2 in the ring and proceeds to stomp Orton. We go to commercial.
We're back and Sandow is still in control. Sandow hits the Elbow of Disdain but Orton kicks out. Orton moves out of the way of a knee and starts his signature match-ending flurry routine. Orton coils-up and Sandow runs away and is counted out.
Winner by count out: Randy Orton
Ziggler goes to leave and Orton confronts him at ringside. Ziggler talks trash and goes to hit Orton but Orton blocks it and strikes him. Orton throws him in the ring and Ziggler gets the advantage but it is short-lived. Orton coils up but Sandow sneaks in from behind but Orton hits him with an RKO with reflexes like a cat. Ziggler runs up the ramp as Orton stares him down.
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