|By Kian Terani | October 06, 2012 | Comments|
We go to the back as Punk and Heyman confront Dolph and Vickie. Punk says Dolph left him high and dry on Monday. Dolph says Punk and Heyman did the same to him and they start to insult each other. Punk insults Vickie a little bit. Booker T. comes between the men and tells Punk this is a different show and proposes that they face each other tonight. We go to commercial.
We're back as Wade Barrett comes to the ring, we see an inset promo by him.
Wade Barrett vs. A Jobber
Barrett proceeds to methodically decimate his opponent. He tosses him out of the ring and brings him back in for a Souvenir for the quick win.
Winner by pin: Wade Barrett
Miz vs. Sheamus is next, we go to commercial.
Sheamus is at the end of his entrance as Miz makes his way to the ring.
Sheamus vs. Miz
Miz hits unrelenting strikes early but Sheamus turns the tables. Miz is able to throw him out of the ring and keeps him out with knees. Miz goes out and drives Sheamus into the steel post and gets 2 in the ring. Miz puts the boots to Sheamus and gets another 2. Miz counters Sheamus with a neckbreaker for another 2 and goes back to a reverse chinlock. Sheamus gets his second wind and starts to hit a series of offense. Miz fights him off and hits a dropkick to the legs and a vicious DDT for 2. Miz charges into an Irish Curse in mid air and Sheamus does his forearm in the ropes gimmick. Sheamus hits White Noise and waits for Miz to get up as Show's music hits and he comes to the apron and knocks out Miz and walks away. Sheamus looks confused as Show shows his fist and says, "fun and games." We go to commercial.
We return to David Otunga in the ring. He shows us footage from after SmackDown from last week where Alberto Del Rio attacks Randy Orton and Booker T has to come down to help get him off. Otunga thanks the locker room's behalf and thanks Del Rio. Orton's music hits and Del Rio walks out with Ricardo Rodriguez. Del Rio does the Full "Orton" entrance complete with posing on the ropes in the corner. Del Rio says Orton wouldn't dare be in the same building as him. He says he is the new Apex Predator. Booker comes out and proposes a match between Del Rio & Otunga vs…Daniel Bryan comes out with his classic "No's," followed by Kane. Bryan and Kane argue in the ring as we go to commercial.
Team Hell No vs. Del Rio & Otunga
Otunga hits an early slam on Bryan and poses. Bryan fights back win No Kicks and a running dropkick in the corner; Bryan starts posing like Hogan. Otunga takes advantage and hits a neckbreaker for 2. Del Rio tags in and puts the boots to Bryan. Bryan drop toe holds Del Rio in the corner and tags Kane. Kane turns things up and gets 2. Kane hits a clothesline from up top and calls for the chokeslam but grabs Bryan's outstretched wrist instead. Del Rio shoves Kane from behind hits a kick to the head for 2. Del Rio tags Otunga who plants Kane for 2. Kane grabs Otunga and hits a chokeslam but Bryan tags himself in and hits a flying headbutt for the steal from his partner.
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