Fandango vs. Xavier Woods
Back from the break and Summer Rae is doing her entrance with Fandango. R-Truth is on commentary as Fandango and Xavier start going at it. Xavier with a lot of offense early on. Xavier goes for a splash but Fandango moves and he hits the ropes. Fandango slams Xavier and goes to the top. Fandango nails the big top rope leg drop for the quick win.
- After the match, Truth hits the ring to check on Xavier. We see Emma in the crowd with another "#emmataining" sign and she's dancing.
- We go backstage to Kane and Brad Maddox. Stephanie McMahon storms in and asks Brad to excuse them. She isn't happy about Kane chokeslamming CM Punk on SmackDown. He apologizes but she wants him to apologize to Punk tonight. Fans start chanting Punk's name as we go to commercial.
- Back from the break and out comes Kane. He calls CM Punk to the ring. Kane says he says he overstepped his boundaries and let his anger get the best of him. He apologizes for chokeslamming Punk. Punk says he didn't hear him. Kane says he apologizes again. A "one more time" chant starts up and Punk looks confused. Punk decks Kane with the microphone and pushes him into the ropes. Punk knocks Kane out of the ring. Kane takes off his coat and goes towards the ring but Brad Maddox comes out and tells him to stop. Maddox announces Punk vs. either Road Dogg or Billy Gunn, who both come out to the stage. The New Age Outlaws head to the ring as Maddox calls for a referee.
CM Punk vs. Billy Gunn
The Outlaws do rock, paper, scissors and discuss who's going in. Road Dogg joins commentary as Gunn hits the ring.
Gunn goes to work but Punk beats him down in the corner and unloads. Punk whips Gunn hard across the ring and he rolls out to the floor. Punk follows and slams Gunn into the apron. Punk has words with Road Dogg. Gunn attacks from behind and lays Punk out, turning things around. We go to commercial.
Back from the break and Gunn is in control with a sleeper. Punk goes down and Gunn goes for a pin attempt. Gunn nails a big dropkick and shows off as the crowd boos. Gunn with another 2 count. Gunn ends up on the floor. Punk goes to run the ropes but stops and attacks Road Dogg while he's on commentary. Punk beats up Dogg and leaves him laying. Punk goes back in the ring and hits a heel kick on Gunn. Punk with clotheslines and a swinging neckbreaker for a 2 count. More back and forth. Dogg gets knocked off the apron. Gunn with another big slam for a 2 count. Gunn misses a splash in the corner and goes down. Punk climbs up for the big elbow drop but Dogg pulls Gunn to safety. Punk leaps out and takes out Dogg. Gunn clotheslines Punk and brings him back in. Punk dodges the Fame-asser and nails a GTS for the win.
Winner: CM Punk
- After the match, Maddox appears on the stage and congratulates Punk on his victory. Kane appears and snatches the mic, saying he's got this. Kane also congratulates Punk. Kane talks about the Royal Rumble match on Sunday and says every number is drawn at random except Punk's. Punk will be going in first.
- Back from the break and we get a promo video for the Royal Rumble.
- The announcers talk about Mae Young and lead us to a tribute video.
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