|By Christian Miller | January 10, 2013 | Comments|
The Miz vs. Tensai
They tie up in the center of the ring and Tensai throws Miz across the ring. Miz immediately comes back and hits Tensai with some big strikes.
Miz starts working on the left arm of Tensai. Tensai reverses into a body slam. He goes for an elbow drop, but Miz rolls out of the way. Tensai takes control and hits Miz with a headbutt.
They go to the outside and Miz smashes Tensai's head off the barrier and then the apron before rolling him back inside. Tensai comes back with a big shoulder knockdown. He then attacks Miz in the corner with some headbutts. Miz fights back with some strikes, and tries to take Tensai out with a running boot, but Tensai hits an elbow and presses the attack.
Miz goes up top but Tensai catches him with an uppercut for a near pin fall. Back from commercial and Tensai is in control. He hits Miz with a two handed chokeslam for a near pin fall. Tensai then locks on his neck grab. Miz breaks out, but Tensai knocks him down near immediately. He then hits a running elbow on Miz in the corner.
Tensai goes for another running elbow, but Miz hits him with a boot. Miz fights out of the corner and takes out Tensai's knee with a dropkick. He tries to press the attack, but Tensai hits a clothesline.
Miz fights back and hits his running knee lift and then a diving double axe handle for a near pin fall. Miz then hits Tensai with a boot and then the Skull Crushing Finale for the win.
Winner: The Miz
Back from commercial and the tail end of Ziggler and Cena's match from Raw on Monday is shown. The match ended when the ref was knocked out of the ring. Big E. Langston ran out and hit Cena with the Big Ending. He then put Ziggler over Cena for the pin. When a new ref ran out to count the pin though, Cena kicked out and hit the AA on Ziggler for the win.
Then, the tail end of the WWE Championship TLC match from Raw on Monday is shown. The match ended when The Shield interfered and prevented Ryback from grabbing the WWE Title from the top of the ladder. They then performed their triple powerbomb on Ryback on top of a table that was on top of the steel stairs. This allowed CM Punk to climb the ladder, grab his belt and retain his title.
Brodus Clay and Zack Ryder vs. Primetime Players
Ryder and Young start things off. They tie up in the center of the ring and Ryder hits a couple of arm drag takedowns. Clay and O'Neil both come in and Clay hits a big shoulder knockdown.
Ryder comes back in and hits the Broski Boot on O'Neil. He goes for the Rough Ryder, but O'Neil dodges and Young hits him with a clothesline. O'Neil takes control and presses the attack.
Young comes in, and PTP hit their double team Suplex. Young locks in a side headlock and O'Neil comes back in. He hits Ryder with a backbreaker and then tosses him into the corner.
Young comes back in and tries to hit Ryder with a Suplex, but Ryder reverses into a neck breaker. Clay comes in and takes out both members of PTP with clotheslines. He nails Young with a big splash in the corner. Clay attempts a pin, but O'Neil breaks it up. Ryder then hits O'Neil with the Rough Ryder.
Clay then hits his splash on Young for the win.
Winners: Brodus Clay and Zack Ryder
After the match, Ryder and Clay dance with a bunch of kids in the center of the ring.
Back from commercial, and the Rock and CM Punk's promo battle from Raw (from the point that the Rock came out) is shown.
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