Kane's music hits and he comes down to the ring. He brings up and shows footage of Triple H and Stephanie McMahon's assault on Daniel Bryan from RAW. The footage blacks out for a second when Triple H hits Bryan in the top of the head with a chair.
Kane says Bryan had it coming. Bryan is an insufferable egomaniac and feeds on the crowd. He says that if the crowd wants to blame anyone, they should look in the mirror because it's their fault that he began to believe he was bigger than the WWE and the Authority. No one is bigger than the Authority. He says that Triple H should have done what he did a long time ago. He tells the crowd to let it be a lesson to everyone.
Kane says that some people are just better than others, and the Authority is better than everyone. What happened to the Yes Movement is something the crowd deserved. He pulls out a letter from Triple H and reads it. Triple H says that he regrets that Bryan pushed him so far and hopes that the Universe understands there must be respect to the Authority. Kane finishes reading the letter and leaves the ring.
Fandango makes his entrance.
The match started over a commercial break. Back from commercial and Fandango is in control. He locks in Fernando's head from behind on the mat. Fernando fights out, but Fandango dropkicks him. He goes up top and leaps off, but Fernando rolls out of the way. Fernando drops Fandango and strikes him. He slides between Fandango's legs and head scissors him to the mat. Fernando lands a back elbow. Summer Rae gets up on the apron and distracts Fernando. Fandango attacks him off the distraction. Torito chases Summer around the ring. She hops up on the apron, and Fandango grabs her. Fernando rolls up Fandango quickly for the win.
Back from commercial and Damien Sandow is in the ring.
Damien Sandow vs. Dolph Ziggler
Sandow knees Ziggler repeatedly in the stomach and lands his somersault Russian leg sweep. He headbutts Ziggler and goes for a clothesline. Ziggler ducks and hits a dropkick. Sandow goes outside. Ziggler follows and slams Sandow's head into the apron. He sends Sandow inside. Ziggler goes up top. Sandow trips him off, and Ziggler falls badly to the outside. Ziggler makes it back in the ring at eight. Sandow punches him several times and rams his leg into the side of Ziggler's head. Sandow goes for the pin.
Sandow locks in Ziggler's head on the mat. Ziggler gets out, but Sandow hits an elbow. He stomps on Ziggler's side and drops a knee. Sandow tosses Ziggler outside. He follows and throws Ziggler into the barrier. Sandow takes Ziggler back inside and goes for the pin. He hits Ziggler with a headbutt and snap mares him. Sandow locks Ziggler's head back in on the mat. Ziggler gets to his feet and hits Sandow with a DDT. He hits Sandow with a flying cross body and mounted punches in the corner.
Ziggler lands a neckbreaker and gets a two count. He goes for the famouser, but Sandow counters and plants Ziggler back first to the mat. Ziggler side steps some offense from Sandow and hits the famouser for the win.
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