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Cesaro vs. Kevin Owens

Miz, Maryse and Sami Zayn are on commentary, with Miz and Zayn bickering. Miz says MizTV was canceled tonight because everyone disrespects his wife. Cesaro opens with a dropkick, body slam and elbow drop, but Owens quickly kicks out. Owens dips out of the ring and gets a European uppercut right to his grill. Maryse distracts Cesaro, allowing Owens to attack and send Cesaro into the steel stairs.

Owens capitalizes with a running senton and an elbow to the back of Cesaro. The former Antonio gets his knees up on another one before delivering a boot to Owens' mush. Owens knocks Cesaro off the top rope and connects with a cannonball as we go to commercial. We come back to see Cesaro lift Owens with an impressive avalanche gutwrench suplex. Owens gets frustrated and punches Zayn at ringside, but Cesaro somersault sentons him and then hits Miz. Cesaro lands a springboard uppercut and the Cesaro Swing, but Miz distracts him, allowing Owens to hit a superkick for two. Zayn tries to go after Owens, but Cesaro slugs him and Owens rolls Cesaro up for the win.

Winner: Kevin Owens via pinfall

Zayn Helluva Kicks Cesaro, but Miz hits the Skull Crushing Finale on him. Owens scampers out of the ring and stares Miz down.

Paige vs. Dana Brooke

Becky Lynch is on commentary as Paige dominates the early going before getting tripped on the apron and knocked to ringside. Dana Brooke doesn't retain control for long, as Paige knees her about three more times. Dana scores the Samoan Driver for the pin.

Winner: Dana Brooke via pinfall (Samoan Driver)

- Rusev and Lana are backstage, where he cuts a promo saying he'll win this Sunday over Kalisto, and the fans will chant Mach-ka!

Dolph Ziggler vs. Sheamus

Sheamus and Ziggler duke it out for the first couple of minutes until Sheamus axehandles Ziggler to the mat as we head to a commercial break. We come back to see Ziggler getting beaten down, and trying to throw a superkick that gets blocked. Sheamus clubs Ziggler on the apron before suplexing him back inside. Sheamus misses a Brogue Kick, allowing Ziggler to get the Fameasser for two. Ziggler falls victim to the Irish Curse, but manages to kick out at two and eats a standing Falcon Arrow. He stands up and superkicks Sheamus for the win after missing a Zig Zag.

Winner: Dolph Ziggler via pinfall (superkick)

Baron Corbin comes out and says he'll end Dolph Ziggler, and No DQ means nobody can stop it.

- Chris Jericho comes out underneath the Asylum and says he's been in every match WWE has had, but there's never been an Asylum match. He says this gives him the advantage over Dean Ambrose because he's smarter and crazier than Ambrose. Jericho says he put Ambrose in the hospital by using a pot, and wants a better look at what's in the Asylum. He asks for the cage to be lowered to show the fans the weapons. Ambrose is disguised as a ringside technician and attacks Jericho. He grabs a kendo stick and wears Jericho out with it, but Jericho runs out of the door.

- Darren Young is taking notes, and Bob Backlund yells at him, and tells him that's for kids. He tells Young to recite the presidents in alphabetical order. When Backlund does it himself, Young says "DAMN, COACH BOBBY B!" and Backlund makes him do 100 jumping jacks for cursing.

Big Cass & New Day vs. Vaudevillians and Dudley Boyz

Big E gets a quick belly-to-belly suplex on D-Von, but Dudley recovers and attacks the newly tagged Kofi Kingston. Bubba slams Kofi, but is quickly given a Unicorn Stampede. The heels collect themselves at ringside as we go to a break. We come back to see Xavier slugging away at Bubba, but the Vaudevillains isolate and attack Xavier in their corner.

Big Cass gets a hot tag after several minutes and dominates. Big E suplexes any additional opposition outside the ring before launching Kofi outside onto Aiden English. Big Cass and Bubba Ray botch an East River Crossing, but Cass hits the Empire Elbow for the win.

Winners: Big Cass & New Day via pinfall (Empire Elbow)

Luke Gallows (w/ The Club) vs. Roman Reigns (w/ Usos)

Luke Gallows sends Roman Reigns to the outside early on with a couple of big strikes, but Reigns shakes them off. Reigns gets a Samoan drop on his second try off of a two count, then hits a drive by as we go to the last commercial break. As we return, Gallows is controlling Reigns on the ground with elbow drops for a nearfall. Reigns fights back with a corner clothesline, a second rope clothesline and several in the corner before a big boot.

Everything breaks down at ringside after Reigns lands a Superman punch. Reigns gets a drive by on Styles, and walks into the Gallows Pole back in the ring. Reigns kicks out and Anderson runs in, causing a DQ.

Winner: Roman Reigns via DQ

All hell breaks loose and Styles gets slammed on the table by Reigns. Everyone starts brawling as the show goes off the air.

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