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SmackDown begins with video of The Shield and Sheamus & Big Show from RAW. We go to the announce table as Sheamus and Antonio Cesaro are sitting at opposite sides of JBL and Josh Mathews. Big Show's music hits and he comes to the ring with the title high in the air. R-Truth comes out. There are tables, ladders, and chairs all over the place at the entrance and ramp. Truth and Cesaro make eye contact from across the ring.
Big Show vs. R-Truth
The bell rings and Show goes to work on Truth. Show hits chops to the chest and stands on Truth while holding the ropes for leverage. Show turns his attention to Sheamus at ringside but is still successful in laying out Truth off the apron. Cesaro gets up from the table and walks toward a beaten Truth. Sheamus gets up and knocks Cesaro on his arse. Cesaro and Sheamus sit back down. Show taunts Sheamus from inside the ring. Truth jumps on Show's back but Show throws him off. Show misses with an elbow and both men are down. Cesaro hasn't replaced his headset and is sitting with a mean mug and ignoring Josh. Show hits the KO in the ring for the win.
Winner by pin: Big Show
Show raises the title in the ring and gets out and walks toward Sheamus. Sheamus gets up as JBL begs him to stop. Cesaro runs up and knocks Sheamus into Show and runs away. Show complains that his arm is hurt because Sheamus hit him and he walks up the ramp. We go to break.
-We're back to a replay of what just happened. Show finds Booker in the back and asks if he saw what just happened. Show wants the match called off. Booker isn't buying it. He tells Show to say he's scared. Booker says the match is still on.
-Damien Sandow is in the ring and he says, "Hello and good evening." He says he's been scouring the WWE Universe to find an apprentice but it's been like finding a needle in a haystack. He tells the crowd to stand up and remain silent. They boo him. Sandow introduces Cody Rhodes. Rhodes and his mustache make their way to the ring. We see a replay from Monday when Rhodes pinned The Uso's. Rhodes gets a "Cody's Mustache" chant. Cody says Sandow can stop his search because his equal, his partner is back. Cody starts to talk about Miz but The Uso's music hits and they come to the ring.
Team Rhodes Scholars vs. The Uso's
We return to Cody in the ring against one Jimmy. Jimmy back him into the corner and The Uso's make quick tags in and out. Cody launches Uso onto the apron and then to the floor with a distraction assist from Sandow take over in the ring and hits the Elbow of Disdain on Jimmy in the ring for 2. Cody tags in and goes to work on Jimmy Uso. Uso ducks a clothesline and hits a reverse kick to tags his brother. Jey comes in with fire and takes it to Cody and then Sandow. Uso hits the Running StinkFace to Sandow in the corner. Sandow steals a victory from behind with a roll up and a hand full of tights.
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