|By Marc Middleton | November 20, 2012 | Comments|
Back from the break and Ricardo Rodriguez is doing the introduction as Alberto Del Rio makes his way to the ring. Randy Orton is out next to a big pop.
Orton goes to work and clotheslines Del Rio for a 2 count. Del Rio kicks him down in the corner and turns it around. Del Rio with a big kick to the back and a 2 count. Orton turns it around and hits a nice standing dropkick. More back and forth action in the corner. The fans chant RKO as Del Rio suplexes Orton for another pin attempt. Orton ducks a clothesline and takes back control. Orton with a suplex and more stomps. Del Rio fights back with a kick and hits an armbar. Orton gets thrown to the floor and comes back in with Del Rio working on the arm. Del Rio slams the arm over and over into the ringpost as the referee backs him off. The referee rings the bell and disqualifies him. The first fall goes to Randy Orton. We go to commercial.
Back from the break and Orton fights back at Del Rio but Del Rio kicks him to the mat for a 2 count. Orton fights out with a backdrop and hits a pair of clotheslines. Orton with the powerslam. Del Rio counters and applies the cross armbreaker. Orton taps out. The second fall goes to Alberto Del Rio.
Del Rio takes his time breaking the hold. The bell rings again and here we go as Orton holds his arm. Del Rio takes him to the corner and works on the arm. Orton manages a roll up for 2. More back and forth action. Orton with a backbreaker and a close 2 count after Ricardo provides a distraction. Del Rio blocks the RKO but Orton drops him anyway. Del Rio blocks it again and locks the cross armbreaker in. Orton fights out for a 2 count. Del Rio misses the kick in the corner and Orton nails the RKO for the win.
Winner: Randy Orton
- Cole hypes the celebration for CM Punk to come later tonight. Cole and Lawler talk about what just happened with AJ Lee and John Cena kissing, then Dolph Ziggler's attack. We see John Cena rolled his ankle jumping out of the ring. Cena is backstage with AJ and a trainer. The trainer is taping up his leg as we go back to commercial.
The Great Khali vs. Primo and Epico
Back from the break and The Great Khali is in the ring as are his opponents Primo and Epico. Hornswoggle's music hits and out he comes with a bouquet of flowers. He stands at ringside as the match begins.
Hornswoggle shows the flowers to Rosa Mendes and approaches her as Khali knocks Epico to the mat. Hornswoggle goes over and squirts water out of the flowers, hitting Rosa in the face. She starts screaming. Khali chops Primo and hits the Punjabi Plunge on Epico for the quick win.
Winner: The Great Khali
- After the match, Hornswoggle and Khali dance in the ring.
- A WWE crew member is backstage preparing with Paul Heyman for the big celebration tonight. They have everything Heyman asked for except balloons. Heyman gets upset and yells that he wants balloons.
- The Miz is walking backstage as we go back to commercial.
David Otunga vs. The Miz
Back from the break and out comes David Otunga. His opponent The Miz is out next to a decent reaction from the crowd.
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