Back from a commercial with Ryder in control in the ring with a headlock on the mat. Big E powers out and tosses Ryder off. Langston with several methodical strikes to Ryder's stomach. Ryder kicks out at 2. Big E with a side bearhug; Ryder makes it out but Big E hits a belly-to-belly for 2. Langston slaps Ryder around on the mat.
Langston runs the ropes and goes for a splash but Ryder moves and Langston connects with the canvas. Ryder with his signature double knee in the corner. He follows up with a dropkick to the back of Langston's head and connects with the Broski Boot. Langston escapes to the floor to avoid being pinned. Ryder gives chase and Langston tosses him around at ringside.
Langston sends Ryder back in and Ryder almost pins him out of nowhere. Ryder tries to drop Big E in the corner with elbows. Langston stops the 3rd attempt and powers Ryder to the mat. Big E takes Ryder's head off with a clothesline and drops him in the Big Ending for the win.
Winner by pin: Big E Langston
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