Back from the break and Tensai is in the ring with Brodus Clay, Cameron and Noami. Out next comes Zeb Colter, Jack Swagger and Antonio Cesaro. Zeb joins the announcers for commentary. Lots of back and forth to start the match. Swagger takes control of Tensai and works him over.
Cesaro comes in but Tensai backdrops him and tags in Clay. Clay works on Cesaro but Cesaro drops him with an elbow. Cesaro grabs Clay for the Cesaro Swing and swings him around. Swagger tags in and knocks Tensai off the apron. Swagger with the Patriot Lock on Clay for the win.
Winners: Jack Swagger and Antonio Cesaro
- After the match, Colter comes in the ring and cuts a promo against El Matadores. Colter has a new bull whip he's looking to use.
- Back from the break and Big E Langston vs. Curtis Axel for the Intercontinental Title is announced for the Hell In a Cell pre-show.
- We get another video for John Cena's return, this time looking back at his career since arriving in WWE.
- We see footage from SmackDown where Alberto Del Rio had words for Cena and attacked Josh Mathews.
Back from the break and. The winners of this one will get a title shot at Hell In a Cell. The Shield is out first followed by The Usos. Seth Rollins goes at it with one of the Usos early on. Uso nails a big splash at ringside as Dean Ambrose looks on. Rollins tags to Roman Reigns and they beat Uso down in the corner. Reigns with an elbow to the face for a 2 count.
Usos turns it around on Reigns and do the double team. Reigns and Rollins turn it right back around and keep Uso near their corner. Uso fights them both off and drops Rollins with a shoulder. Uso misses a splash and lands on the ropes. Rollins covers for a 2 count. Uso ends up on the floor and gets dropped face first over the apron. Reigns brings Uso back in and keeps him grounded. More back and forth now. Rollins distracts as Reigns knocks Uso off the apron and into the announce table. Back to commercial.
Back from the break and Rollins is in control of Uso. Reigns tags back in for more double teaming. Reigns with a big suplex for a 2 count. Uso blocks a Samoan Drop from Reigns and lays him out but they both go down and wait to make tags. Rollins comes in and stops the Usos from tagging. Uso dumps Rollins out to the floor but Reigns tagged himself in. Back and forth now. Reigns goes down after a big enziguri. The other Uso tags in and hits a big splash on Reigns for 2. Uso with a super kick and a right hand. Rollins comes off the top but gets caught. Uso and Rollins tumble out to the floor. Reigns and the other Uso go at it now. Uso drops Reigns with a clothesline. Reigns nails him in mid-air with a big shoulder. Reigns covers for 2 as the pin is broken up. All four men are in the ring now. Rollins gets caught in a big Samoan Drop. Reigns dumps one Uso to the floor and powerslams the other. Reigns goes for a spear but Uso moves and he hits the ring post. Uso drops Reigns and leaps off the top but Reigns gets his knees up. Ambrose shoves Cody at ringside. Goldust attacks him and they brawl. Rollins gets involved. Uso also gets involved. A huge brawl breaks out with all three teams at ringside and the bell is called. The Shield bring Goldust in the ring and triple team him. The Usos and Cody hit the ring and the brawl continues. Goldust and Cody send Reigns to the floor. The Usos send Rollins to the floor. Cody and Goldust stand in the ring with The Usos. The Usos music hits as The Shield exits through the crowd. Goldust and Cody hold their titles and staredown with the Usos.
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