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The Big Show comes down to the ring. SmackDown is in Baton Rouge, Louisiana tonight. Cole and JBL talk about Big Show being conflicted. Big Show says that he is ashamed of himself and they show a video package of Show being ordered to punch different people by Triple H and Stephanie McMahon.
The crowd chants for Show as Show tells the fans that he did those things because he had no choice. Show says there are not a lot of job opportunities for jobs. Show says that no one can understand his situation, and that his actions have disgusted himself. He says what he has done is unforgivable, but he asks the fans to try and understand how he feels when Stephanie McMahon calls up his wife and insults him. Show says that he is filled with anger, and he does not know what he is supposed to do. He says that if he knocked HHH out he would have been fired on the spot, and that right now he has to face the Shield in a handicap match because he threatened to knock HHH out. He says that he is going to take out all that anger on the Shield tonight.
HHH music comes out and he comes down to a lot of boos that sound like they were pumped in. HHH says that he is ashamed as well, and that he is ashamed that as a locker room leader, he should not question his authority. HHH says all of Show's problems are his own fault, and that HHH is doing him a favor by going out of his way to help him. HHH says that he paid off Shows mortgage and that now, Show owes HHH instead of the bank. HHH says his patience is running thin, and that if he doesn't straighten out, Show will not be living in his house, HHH will.
HHH says that now he will face the Shield and Randy Orton in a 4-1 handicapped match.
Rob Van Dam and Ricardo are shown backstage and Cole says that RVD is up next.
We are back and Fandango makes his entrance. Cole and JBL talk about the WWE and their relationship with Breast Cancer Awareness month. Ricardo comes out and announces Rob Van Dam's entrance.
Fandango vs Rob Van Dam
Fandango gets the early advantage as he dumps RVD into the corner. RVD turns it around and hits a monkey flip. Fandango ends up on the apron, but reverses it and dumps RVD onto the outside.
We come back and RVD is in control. He hits a springboard kick and then a few clotheslines and another kick. RVD hits Rolling Thunder and then climbs up to the top for the Frog Splash. Summer Rae comes over and knocks RVD off the top, and then the ref calls for the bell.
Winner by Disqualification: Rob Van Dam
Fandango gets up and knocks RVD down. Fandango goes under the ring to look for something, but Ricardo distracts Fandango and RVD knocks him down. RVD goes back under the ring and gets a trashcan. Fandango goes into the corner and Ricardo takes the trashcan and sets up coast-to-coast. RVD hits the dropkick into the trashcan. RVD and Ricardo then celebrate in the ring as the announcers hype RVD's Hardcore match against Alberto Del Rio.
We are back and Dolph Ziggler vs Alberto Del Rio is announced for later.
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