Next was a 15-20 minute intermission.
Back from the break and right back into the action with:
R-Truth vs. Drew McIntyre
I didn't see much of this match, as I was getting drinks, but I came back to see R-Truth pick up the win.
Next up was the fan chosen tag match:
The Usos vs. The Prime Time Players (Tornado Tag Team Match)
The Usos put on a good showing. You can tell they are trying. The PTP got good heat for trying to call several timeouts throughout the match. Usos picked up the win here.
And finally the Main Event of the evening:
ADR was out first after a pre-recorded video message from the currently suspended Ricardo Rodriguez. Much heat for Del Rio accompanied by many "USA" chants which Del Rio played off of during the bout. The roof came off when Ziggler came out and the two started off the match with a lot of playing the crowd. After some physicality, Del Rio acted like he was leaving. For some random reason, the crowd started chanting "BODYSLAM" at Dolph who looked puzzled by this at first but then gave a 'hold on one second' hand gesture. He chased down Del Rio to the ramp and delivered the aforementioned bodyslam. It was a highly entertaining moment, and good for Ziggler for listening to the fans quite literally. They did some spots with a kendo stick and a steel chair wedged between the middle and top rope in the corner. Del Rio got a table at one point and set it up in the corner, but it was not used during the match. The match ended with a stiff cresent kick from Del Rio to a kneeling Dolph Ziggler who was then down for the ten count. Del Rio showboated with the title as Dolph got back to his feet and threw Alberto through the table in the corner. Ziggler got up on the turnbuckle and held the World Title as the crowd ate it up. Ziggler slapped hands with everyone around the ring, and he passed me, I jokingly said, "Do you even lift, bro?" He responded with a sarcastic, "Nice."
Overall standard B-show. 4 out of 10.
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