|By Raj Giri||February 26, 2013 | Comments|
WWE Saturday Morning Slam kicks off with Booker T entering the ring. On behalf of WWE board of directors, he's been looking for a General Manager for Saturday Morning Slam. He says that after a long search, he's found the perfect man... 2013 WWE Hall of Fame inductee Mick Foley!
Dolph Ziggler, AJ Lee and Big E Langston enter the ring and say that this is all a travesty. AJ says that herself and Dolph should be running the show. Daniel Bryan is out and goes on a "No" rant. Mick Foley announces that Ziggler vs. Bryan is up next.
* Daniel Bryan vs. Dolph Ziggler opens the show. Heath Slater is at ringside announcing with Josh Matthews. There's a lot of "showing off" being done. Ziggler rolled out of the ring a couple of times. Bryan ended up sneaking in a hurricanrana and got the win via pinfall. After the match, Ziggler and Big E are in the ring angry.
* Brodus Clay and Tensai vs. Primo and Epico is next. Tensai and Brodus are wearing matching white jumpsuits and white hats. Brodus and Tensai get the win with a double splash.
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