Cesaro is backstage with Tom Phillips. He says he will prove who's mentally tougher tonight, earn his championship opportunity, prove he's physically dominant and reward the Cesaro Section with the biggest comeback in history. We go back to the announcers for a look at the previous 6 matches.
Best of 7 Series, Match #7: Sheamus vs. Cesaro
We go to the ring and out first comes Sheamus. Cesaro is out next.
Cole shows us the other international announce teams in the arena tonight. The bell rings and they go at it. Cesaro takes Sheamus out on the floor early on. Cesaro with a running uppercut against the barrier before bringing it back in. Sheamus turns it around and covers for a 2 count. Sheamus works on the lower back now. Sheamus comes off the top with a knee drop. Sheamus keeps control and hits a backbreaker.
More back and forth. Cesaro blocks the Celtic Cross with a roll up for 2. Sheamus takes control before running into the corner. Cesaro with an uppercut to the back of the head. Cesaro keeps control and goes for a few pin attempts, also hits the 619. Sheamus blocks the Neutralizer but Cesaro hits the springboard corkscrew uppercut for a 2 count. Cesaro goes for the Cesaro Swing but gets kicked and rolled up for 2. Sheamus with the Irish Curse backbreaker for another 2 count.
Sheamus with two more backbreakers for a 2 count. Sheamus with the Cloverleaf submission now. Cesaro breaks out but Sheamus kicks out. Sheamus with the Celtic Cross into a backbreaker for a 2 count. Lots more back and forth as they go to the floor. I'm having WWE Network issues tonight but the match ends in a No Contest after they both crash through the barrier and the referee refuses to let them continue.
After the match, Sheamus is taken to the back by referees. Fans chant to let them fight as Cesaro stands tall and his music plays.
Sami Zayn vs. Chris Jericho
I missed just about the entire match due to the Network issues but caught Sami hitting the DDT through the turnbuckles. Jericho ends up getting the win clean with a Codebreaker.
Winner: Chris Jericho