Reigns tries to attack Jey, and Jey clotheslines him out of the ring. Jey Superkicks Rollins and goes up top. Rollins rolls out of the ring, and Jey takes him out with a dive. Reigns tries to spear Jey, but Jimmy shoves him out of the way and takes it. The Shield attack Jey and Rollins rolls in the ring. Jey gets back in the ring at the nine count, and Rollins stomps his head to the mat. Rollins mocks CM Punk and picks Rollins up on his shoulders. Reigns tags in, Rollins tosses Jey off, and Reigns hits Jey with the spear for the win.
CM Punk appears on the TitanTron as the Shield is celebrating. He cuts a promo about how he is walking into slaughter on Sunday. He knows he is going down, but questions how many of the Shield he can take with him. He talks about how he's exposed their weaknesses, and says believe in the best in the world.
Show takes Ryback to the corner and hits a chop. He punches Ryback in the gut. Ryback fights back with strikes, but Show takes him to another corner and hits a chop again. Ryback lands head and body shots, but Show lands a pair of clotheslines. Ryback comes back with a spine buster. Ryback goes for the meat hook clothesline, but Show catches him with a choke slam for the win.
Winner: Big Show
Axel tries to attack Show, and Mysterio hits him with the 619. Show hits Axel with his knockout punch.
Bray Wyatt is then shown. He cuts a promo where he questions why he was such a fool to see something in Bryan. He sings a lullaby and says he sings it to all his pets before he puts them down.
Miz attacks Kofi as he is making his entrance and hits the Skull Crushing Finale.
Next, a portion of Michael Cole's WWE.com exclusive interview with Triple H is shown where Cole asks Triple H if he will accept Orton's public apology, and Triple H says it will depend on the way Orton apologizes.
Back from commercial and Randy Orton comes out for his public apology. He takes up a mic and says he's glad Stephanie is okay, and calls her and Triple H out so he can apologize face to face. Triple H comes out. Orton says that Triple H knows him better than anyone else, and that what happened to Stephanie was an accident. Orton says if there's any doubt, then look at the footage. The footage of the brawl from RAW is shown. Orton says that if Hunter still doubts him, he has more footage. Orton shows the same footage from a different angle and in slow motion.
Orton says a lot of things went wrong that night, but he doesn't care about that. He just cares that they accept his humble apology. Triple H says he didn't need to see the footage, he's already watched it over and over. He says he is the authority and he apologizes for nothing ever. Triple H says that they both know he could fire him for what happened. He's not going to do it though, because it's not what's best for business. He accepts Orton's apology, but says that it will never happen again.
Orton thanks him, and then point out footage of Cena helping Stephanie up and standing with the authority. Orton wants an explanation as to why they were standing with John Cena. He says that he is Triple H's man, and after he beats Cena everyone will know he's the greatest of the great. Orton asks if the authority has the same amount of faith in him. Triple H tells him not to worry about it. He shakes Orton's hand and says that they know exactly where their faith lies.
Triple H leaves the ring and Orton stares after him as the show ends.
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