- We return from a break to The Real Americans with Zeb Colter in the ring. Zeb says only real Americans are allowed to recite "We the People." PTP make their entrance.
The Prime Time Players vs. The Real Americans
Jack Swagger starts off with knees to the gut of Titus O'Neil. Titus hits a shoulderblock and reverse elbows in the corner. Swagger moves in the corner and Titus connects with the turnbuckle. Swagger and Antonio Cesaro trade quick tags and keep Titus isolated. Cesaro gets in a cheap shot from the apron behind the ref's back. Cesaro tags in and spins Titus in the center of the ring as JBL counts the revolutions. He stops counting at 16 and Cesaro continues with about 5 more. JBL says it was 22.
Titus is dizzy and has trouble standing. Titus creates some space and tags Darren Young who speeds things up against Cesaro. Young with a Northern Lights Suplex for 2. Cesaro hits a Rock Bottom but Titus breaks the count. Swagger tosses Titus to the floor. Young has Cesaro pinned but the ref is out of position. Swagger tags in unbeknownst to Young and locks in the Patriot Lock from behind as Young taps.
Winners by submission: The Real Americans
- The Wyatt Family makes their ominous entrance.
- Back from a commercial as Zack Ryder's entrance is interrupted on the ramp by Rowan and Harper; they toss him in the ring.
Bray Wyatt vs. Zack Ryder
Wyatt takes Ryder's head off with a running reverse elbow and continues to maul him on the canvas. Ryder manages a faceplant and his signature elbow in the corner. Ryder connects with the Broski Boot in the corner. He barely gets a 1 count. Ryder goes for the Ruff Ryder but Wyatt launches him high in the air complete with hang time. Wyatt hits Sister Abigail for the win.
Winner by pin: Bray Wyatt
- The U.S. Title is on the line, next.
Ambrose enters through the crowd flanked by Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns. We see footage from 2 weeks ago of Ziggler pinning Ambrose. Ziggler makes his entrance. Ziggler stops on the stage and motions for backup. Kofi Kingston and Rob Van Dam come out to watch his back.
Ambrose and Ziggler lock up and Ambrose takes control with a hard clothesline for 2. Ziggler fights out of the corner with a reverse elbow and hits a clothesline. Ziggler with mounted shots in the corner and a swinging neckbreaker. Ambrose avoids the Fame-asser; Ziggler hits a nice dropkick. They both go toppling over the top rope to the floor. The Shield and Kofi & RVD have a stand-off. Cooler heads prevail but Seth and Roman attack Ziggler on the apron anyway. A big brawl breaks out and the bell rings. Hunter comes out and says it is now a 6-Man Tag. No finish is announced.
The Shield vs. Dolph Ziggler, Kofi Kingston, & Rob Van Dam
Back from a break as RVD monkey flips Rollins in the ring and hits a standing moonsault. RVD with kicks in the corner. RVD with a scoop slam and Rolling Thunder; Rollins kicks out and gets the advantage. Seth works the arm and backs RVD into enemy territory. Ambrose tags in and continues to work RVD's taped-up left arm on the canvas. RVD connects with a spin kick and tags Ziggler. Dolph unloads on Ambrose with right hands. Ziggler starts his "Heart Stopper" spot but it is interrupted by Rollins after 4 elbows. Ambrose takes advantage of the distraction and plants Ziggler on his back for 2.
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