|By Marc Middleton | November 13, 2012 | Comments|
Sheamus vs. David Otunga
David Otunga waits in the ring as Sheamus makes his way out for the next match.
The bell rings and they go at it. Otunga starts off with some offense but Sheamus drops him. Otunga poses and runs his mouth. We see Aksana, Michael McGillicutty and William Regal watching backstage. Sheamus takes back control of Otunga. Sheamus with shoulder thrusts in the corner before more forearm shots. Sheamus drops a series of knees now. Sheamus hits White Noise and calls for the Brogue Kick. Sheamus waits and nails it for the win.
- After the match, Sheamus takes the mic and hopes Big Show is watching because that's what will happen at Survivor Series. We see backstage where Big Show is beating up William Regal. Show drops Regal with a stiff punch. Sheamus runs out of the ring as we go to commercial.
- Back from the break and Josh Mathews is backstage. They believe William Regal was injured.
- We get a support video for the excellent Wounded Warrior Project.
- Kane is walking backstage when Daniel Bryan catches up. Bryan isn't happy about Kane teaming with someone else tonight.
Damien Sandow and Cody Rhodes vs. Kane and The Miz
We go to the ring and out comes the team of Damien Sandow and Cody Rhodes. The pyro goes off next as one-half of the WWE Tag Team Champions Kane makes his way out. The final member of Team Foley has been revealed and it's The Miz. Out he comes to join Kane. As Miz heads to the ring, out comes Daniel Bryan to a big pop.
Back from the break and Kane suplexes Sandow for a 2 count. We see Bryan cheering on from ringside. Miz tags in and they double team Sandow for another pin attempt. Miz beats Sandow in the corner and hits the big running clothesline. 2 count for Miz. Miz tags in Kane to keep control of Sandow for another pin attempt. Sandow tags Cody and Kane brings him in. Miz gets tagged again and they double team Rhodes. Miz ends up dumping Cody to the floor and leaping out onto him. Miz brings it back in the ring but Bryan distracts him, allowing Cody to hit a Disaster Kick. Sandow comes in and they double team Miz now. Sandow with the leg sweep and big elbow drop for 2 on Miz. More back and forth from both teams. Bryan ends up going after Miz but Miz counters. The end comes when Kane chokeslams Cody for the win.
Winners: Kane and The Miz
- After the match, Bryan comes into the ring to celebrate with Miz and Kane. Obviously he's jealous of Miz.
- Cole leads us to a Tribute to the Troops video package for this year.
- Still to come, Punk vs. Cena with Foley as the Special Enforcer. Back to break.
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