|By Christian Miller | January 17, 2013 | Comments|
Kofi Kingston vs. Michael McGillicutty
The two tie up in the center of the ring and Michael backs Kingston into the corner. Kingston fights out with a hip toss, followed by a side headlock.
Michael fights out, but Kingston immediately locks in a side headlock again. Michael gets to his feet and pushes Kingston to the ropes. He then hits Kingston with some strikes to the head.
Michael hits a dropkick for a one count, and then locks in a side headlock of his own. Kingston gets to his feet, and pushes Michael to the ropes. Michael bounds back with a shoulder knockdown.
Kingston recovers quickly and hits Michael with a monkey flip. He then clotheslines Michael over the top rope and nails a somersault plancha for a two count.
Kingston signals for the Trouble in Paradise, but Michael rolls to the outside. Kingston gives chase and Michael clotheslines him from the apron.
Back from commercial and Michael has Kingston in a side headlock. Kingston fights to his feet, but Michael hits him to the mat. He then whips him into the turnbuckle for a two count.
Michael then stays on the offense and lands a big body slam on Kingston. He goes up top but Kingston rolls out of the way.
Kingston hits some strikes and then the Boom Drop. He signals for the Trouble in Paradise, but Michael rolls out of the way. He hits Michael with a pendulum kick and a cross body for a two count.
Kingston bounces off the top rope, and Michael hits him with a standing dropkick. He stalks Kingston from the corner and charges Kingston, but Kingston moves. He then hits Trouble in Paradise on the rebound for the win.
Winner: Kofi Kingston
Back from commercial, and the tail end of Dolph Ziggler and John Cena's cage match from Monday Night Raw is shown, from the point where Cena threw Ziggler into the side of the cage. Cena ended up winning via the AA for the pin.
Then, MizTV from Monday Night Raw featuring special guest Ric Flair was shown, from the point that Miz and Flair said WOOO back and forth.
Zack Ryder vs. JTG
JTG takes control with some boots to Ryder's stomach. He takes off his du-rag and throws it at Ryder.
JTG slams Ryder to the mat for a two count. He then goes to work on Ryder's ribs.
JTG locks Ryder in a side headlock, and Ryder fights out. He whips Ryder off the ropes, but Ryder counters and slams JTG's head into the mat. Ryder then goes up top and hits a missile dropkick.
Ryder then hits the Broski Book for a near pin fall. He then signals for the Rough Ryder, but JTG counters and tosses Ryder into the corner. JTG rushes Ryder, but Ryder counters into the Rough Ryder for the win.
Winner: Zack Ryder
Back from commercial, and the Rock Concert is shown from Monday Night Raw, from the point of the Vickie Guerrero song (minus all of Rock's comments about Paul Heyman).
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