Winner: Antonio Cesaro
After the match, Sami Zayn walks out on the stage with a crutch. He says that 2014 is off to a rocky start. He says that he has a medical issue, so it has given him a chance to think about 2013, which was one of the best in his career. He says that it was such a great year thanks to the matches he had in NXT. He singles out his 2 out of 3 falls match against Cesaro as his best one. Zayn says that match was the one blemish on an otherwise great year, and he needs to fix it. He challenges Cesaro to a rematch. The crowd chants yes. Cesaro leaves the ring and walks up to Zayn. He takes his mic, says no, and walks off.
Back from commercial, and Devin Taylor welcomes the Miz. She asks how it feels to be at NXT. He says it's awesome. He is feeling saucy, and that he may have to do an episode of MizTV. Parker walks up upset, saying that he is bummed out that everyone keeps booing him. Miz says he can see why, and Parker asks why he means. Miz says really and Taylor walks off. Miz says that Parker just interrupted the most must see superstar of all time, and that's disrespectful. Parker says he is spewing all kinds of toxic waste, and to consider this an environmental act. He slaps Miz and walks off. Miz stares after him.
Things head back to the commentary booth, and Renee Young is now on it.
Natalya (with Bayley) vs. Summer Rae (with Sasha Banks)
Natalya locks in a side headlock. She takes Summer to the mat. Summer counters into a head scissors. Natalya gets out. She tries for a backslide, but Summer backs her into the corner. Natalya lands a back elbow. She snap mares Summer, steps on the back of her neck, and dropkicks her in the head. Summer comes back with a roundhouse heel kick. She locks in Natalya's legs. Natalya counters into a submission, and Summer gets to the ropes. Summer lands a back elbow. She sets Natalya's foot on the ropes and drops onto it. She tries again, and Natalya sends her outside. Summer freaks out and gets back inside.
Natalya drop toe holds her and hits a vertical Suplex. She clotheslines Summer. Natalya whips her, and Summer kicks her. Summer ducks a discus clothesline attempt. She goes for a heel kick, but Natalya grabs her leg and locks in the sharpshooter. Summer taps.
Then, Devin Taylor is backstage with Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady. She asks for an update on Enzo's injury, and he says that before he broke his leg he liked to live life on the edge. As it turns out, that's rough, so he is going to jump. He says that the difference between him and other people is that he can fly. Taylor asks when we can expect him back, and he says he just answered that question; he doesn't get it. Cassady says what Enzo is trying to say (while clapping hand down on Enzo's hurt leg) is that he's making a full recovery and will be back in no time.
Aiden English walks up and says that he doesn't know why Taylor is wasting her time with those two Neanderthals. He tells Taylor to leave, and she does. English says he beat Cassady in a match, and he considers their singing contest a draw after Cassady mysteriously tripped and fell. Cassady says that English keeps taking cheap shot after cheap shot, and that he's surprised English hasn't gone home with the ugly girl from the bar.
English says he will take the time to show how good of a singer he is, and starts warming up his voice. Cassady says absolutely not and walks off. Enzo goes to drive away on his motor cart and runs over English's foot.
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