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Tonight's show begins with the opening theme and Josh Mathews welcomes us to the show and says to open the show we will have a competition between the Brogue Kick and the WMD. He sends to Booker T who comes on the stage. He sets up what we are about to see and introduces The Big Show. Sheamus is introduced and he joins them on the stage. Booker stands between the men to separate them. There is a punching bag set up on the stage and Booker says both men will get one shot and the one with the biggest score will win. Show doesn't want to go first and goes crazy. He says to ask all his victims how hard he hits. He says "WWF."
Sheamus says he'll take a crack at it. He winds up and kicks the bag and his force per square inch registers at 1322. Sheamus invites Show to try and he says no. Show thinks it is a trap and that he's going to look like a fool. Sheamus taunts him into it and Show smashes the bag suddenly and it registers at 1809. Booker declares Sheamus the winner and he leaves. Sheamus says that was impressive but he hit a machine that is standing still. Tensai comes out and lays him out as Booker calls him off. We go to commercial.
We're back and Sheamus is pacing in the ring as Tensai makes his entrance.
Tensai vs. Sheamus
Sheamus attacks Tensai on his way down the ramp. The action goes inside and the bell officially rings. Sheamus pounces on Tensai He takes out Tensai's knee and gets 2. Sheamus hits an impressive suplex but both men struggle to get up. Tensai bumps around for Sheamus and falls victim to a slam from Sheamus for 2. Sheamus hits White Noise. Sheamus hits the Brogue Kick and gets the win.
Winner by pin: Sheamus
Alberto Del Rio talks about Randy Orton to Ricardo Rodriguez in the back. He doesn't care about Orton being here tonight. He tells a reluctant Ricardo to go and find him. We go to commercial.
We're back as Ricardo looks for Orton backstage. He hears "psst" sounds from around the corner and is confronted by Santino and his Cobra. Santino calls it the Viper and that he has to worry about the RKO. Ricardo flinches big-time and walks awayŚmad at himself.
Heath Slater walks to the ring with Jinder Mahal & Drew McIntyre. They take turns talking about why they are together. They say they formed a super-group: the Band. They play air-guitar in the ring before being interrupted by Santino & Zack Ryder. We go to commercial.
Heath Slater & Jinder Mahal vs. Santino & Zack Ryder
Ryder and Santino play Paper, Rock, Scissors to determine that Ryder will start against Jinder. Ryder takes control and tags Santino. Santino misses with the headbutt and Jinder takes control before quickly tagging Slater. They continue to make quick tags on Santino. Santino fights back and tags Ryder who speeds things up against Heath. He hits the Broski Boot but Mahal breaks the pin. All the men get involved which gives Slater the opening to hit his finisher for the win.
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