Winner: Kofi Kingston
- Triple H is backstage on the phone when Stephanie walks in. She's crying because Vince just chewed her out over the whole Daniel Bryan situation. Triple H says nobody else wants to say it but Vince has lost it. The once great genius Vince McMahon is gone, Triple H says. Triple H goes on a rant about Vince and says he's tired of it. Triple H says whatever Vince is going to do, he's going to stop him. Just watch. Triple H storms off and we go to commercial.
Back from the break and Zeb Colter is in the ring with Jack Swagger and Antonio Cesaro. Zeb cuts a promo against the people of Green Bay. Out next come The Usos.
The end comes when Colter distracts the referee. Swagger gets a cheap shot in on one of the Usos while Cesaro nails the Neutralizer for the win.
Winners: Jack Swagger and Antonio Cesaro
- Still to come, The Shield vs. Cena, Bryan and Orton. Up next, Ziggler vs. Big E. Back to commercial.
Big E Langston vs. Dolph Ziggler
Back from the break and out comes Dolph Ziggler. AJ Lee comes out with Big E Langston. Back and forth match. Big E overpowers Dolph some. Ziggler moves and Big E hits the ring post shoulder first. Ziggler with a neckbreaker and 2 count. Kaitlyn ends up coming out and brawling with AJ at ringside. They brawl into the ring and interrupt the match. Ziggler tries to break it up but Big E runs over him. Langston hits the Big Ending for the win.
Winner: Big E Langston
- Back from the break and Big E and AJ are announced for MizTV on this week's SmackDown.
We go to the ring and out first comes Daniel Bryan to a big pop. Randy Orton is out next with his briefcase. Out next comes WWE Champion John Cena. We go to commercial.
Back from the break and The Shield are ready to go. Lots of back and forth early on in the match. Dean Ambrose sends Bryan outside of the ring. Ambrose works Bryan over on the floor and tags in Roman Reigns for some double teaming. Reigns with a big clothesline and a 2 count. Seth Rollins comes in with a bit of double teaming for another pin attempt. More tags and pin attempts on Bryan by The Shield.
Bryan finally counters and goes for a tag. Orton and Ambrose come in at the same time. Bryan ends up putting the Yes Lock on Rollins. Ambrose and Reigns attack for the disqualification.
Winners by DQ: Daniel Bryan, John Cena and Randy Orton
- After the bell, Bryan is celebrating when Orton lays him out with a RKO. The Shield come back in but Orton and Cena clean house of them. Orton lays out Cena with a RKO. Fans cheer for Orton as he stands over Cena. Bryan is also laid out in the ring. Orton goes out for his briefcase and acts like he's going to cash in. Orton crawls up on the apron and into the ring. The Shield come back down and Orton backs off. Reigns lays out Cena with a spear. Ambrose stomps on Bryan as Orton watches and heads up the ramp. Rollins and Ambrose both stomp on Bryan now. They lift him up and hit the triple powerbomb while Orton watches from the ramp now. The Shield stand tall over Bryan. RAW goes off the air with The Shield celebrating and Orton staring back at the ring.
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