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WWE Intercontinental Championship Match
Dolph Ziggler (c) vs. Kaval

EXCUSE ME! Vickie Guerrero comes out and introduces Dolph Ziggler.

Kaval took control of the match early. Ziggler quickly took control and dominated the next several moments of the match until Kaval was able to nail Ziggler with a springboard crossbody off of the ropes.

Kaval’s advantage was short lived, as he started punching away on Ziggler in the corner but Ziggler grabbed his foot, causing Kaval to land face-first on the top rope. Ziggler followed with a headlock and neckbreaker for a two count. Kaval was able to fight out and catch Ziggler with a boot to the head and some flying forearms. Kaval landed some unique kicks, sending Ziggler to the mat.

Kaval dove at Ziggler in the corner, then followed up with a moonsault for another two count. Kaval landed a chop and a flying kick to Ziggler’s face. Kaval then went to the top rope but was caught by Ziggler. Ziggler got a sleeper on Kaval on the top rope, but Kaval knocked Ziggler off went for a corkscrew moonsault and missed, but still landed on his feet. Ziggler quickly caught Kaval with a Zig Zag, but only got two.

Kaval was able to catch Zggler with another unique kick from the second rope, but only got two. Ziggler regained the advantage and missed a charge in the corner, and Kaval rolled him up for a two. Ziggler rolled him up for a small package for another two. Kaval charged at Ziggler off the ropes and rolled him up, but Ziggler was able to reverse it and get the three count.

Dolph Ziggler defeated Kaval via pinfall to retain the WWE Intercontinental Championship.