The show opened with PTP vs. The Usos, with PTP getting a lot of heat. The match was pretty much like something you would see on Main Event and the Usos won.
The next match was a sleeper between Heath Slater and Justin Gabriel. Gabriel won with a summersault off the top rope.
AJ Lee successfully defended her title against Kaitlynn with that match leading towards Randy Orton vs. Big E Langston. The mach went back and forth until Orton used his 5 moves of doom to pick up the win with an RKO; he then signed autographs with the fans. His pop was the loudest of the night.
We had an intermission where it was announced Bob Backlund took pictures with the fans for $20. Then Brodus, Sweet T, and Naomi faced Sandow, Rhodes, and Brie Bella. The crowd was somewhat in to it. Brodus, Sweet T, and Naomi won and danced with some fans.
Next, R-Truth came out rapping his theme song and faced Drew McIntrye who was accompanied by Jinder Mahal. R-Truth won easily and celebrated with the crowd.
The main event was Dolph Ziggler vs Del Rio for the championship in a Last Man Standing match. The match started with your typical showboating from both, Del Rio taking the heat and Ziggler taking the cheers. Boh went back and forth, Ziggler taking shots by the kendo and Del Rio being irished whipped into a table. At the end, a signature heel kick Del Rio put Ziggler through a table for the ten count. After the match, Ziggler hit Del Rio with a Zig Zag to send the fans home happy.
Alberto Del Rio
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