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- We're live from the CONSOL Energy Center in Pittsburgh as Michael Cole welcomes us. We go right to the ring and out comes "one of the principal owners of WWE" Stephanie McMahon.
Stephanie says the Battleground main event was ruined. She says fans are angry, she's angry, Daniel Bryan and Randy Orton are livid. She calls Big Show selfish and brings him out to the ring. Show goes to speak but Stephanie yells at him to shut up. She says last night was inexcusable. Stephanie asks what Show has to say for himself. Show says he's sorry and she mocks him. She says he's a sorry pathetic excuse for life. She talks about what she and Triple H have done to help Big Show out financially. She says Show can't even do his job. It's time he man up and take responsibility for his actions. Show asks if he can go now. She pokes at him and says no, he can't go now. Stephanie says they own Big Show, he doesn't have the right to free will. He can't do anything in WWE unless she or Triple H personally approves it. Stephanie wants Show to beg fans for forgiveness.
Stephanie tells Show to get on his knees and beg but he won't. She says he has no soul, he's worthless and heartless. Show says he's not begging. He knocked out Randy Orton because he couldn't take it anymore. Show says Stephanie told him to. Stephanie says they weren't even there last night. Show calls Triple H a son of a b---h. Stephanie slaps him twice but he just smiles at her. Stephanie with a bunch of slaps now. Stephanie fires Big Show. He yells about being fired and leaves the ring.
- Back from the break and we see footage of Big Show getting fired.
We go to the ring and out first comes Dolph Ziggler for tonight's opener. Damien Sandow is out next with his Money in the Bank briefcase.
Sandow strikes first and goes after Ziggler aggressively. Sandow beats Ziggler down in the corner. Sandow with more offense and a pin attempt. Sandow keeps Ziggler grounded with a headlock now. Sandow continues to beat Ziggler around the ring and works him over on the ropes. Ziggler fights back but Sandow sends him out to the floor. We go to commercial.
Back from the break and Sandow covers for a 2 count. Sandow goes on and tries for another pin attempt. Headlock on the mat now by Sandow. Ziggler tries for a comeback but gets dumped back out to the floor. Sandow follows and runs Ziggler into the ring post. Sandow brings it back in the ring for a 2 count and more offense. Ziggler fights back and tackles Sandow. Ziggler unloads with right hands and sends Sandow out to the floor. Ziggler keeps up the attack on the floor before bringing it back in. Ziggler mounts Sandow in the corner with right hands. Ziggler with more offense and a big dropkick for 2. Ziggler goes for the sleeper but it's blocked. Ziggler goes to the top but Sandow knocks him off. More back and forth. Ziggler hits the Fameasser for the win.
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