1. Bo Dallas and Adrian Neville beat Primo and Epico in 4:00. Neville took the hot tag and won with a top-rope corkscrew. Good athleticism from Neville.
1. Kane defeated Seth Rollins by DQ in 14:00. After a brief flurry of offense from Rollins, Kane controlled the match after hitting a big boot. He threw Rollins over the top rope onto Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns and scored several near-falls. Rollins escaped a tombstone and a choke slam and gained momentum with a spinning kick to Kane's head.
The crowd got behind Kane, but he couldn't maintain a comeback as Rollins tried for a submission. Kane rallied with a side slam to get a near fall. With Ambrose and Reigns surrounding him, Kane hesitated to deliver a top-rope move and Rollins hit a running dropkick. Kane regained control after catching Rollins off the top rope.
Rollins once again escaped the chokeslam, then did it again. Kane finally got him on the fourth attempt, but the pinfall was broken up by Ambrose for a disqualification. The Shield attacked Kane after the match and were setting him up for a triple powerbomb before a run-in by the Usos. Kane and the Usos cleared the ring and celebrated while trash-talking the departed Shield.
Rollins and Reigns vs. The Uso's was set up for Smackdown as a result of Main Event's earlier happenings.
2. Sin Cara beat Wade Barrett in 4:00. Barrett controlled the match early with power moves before Sin Cara hit a couple high spots. Wade Barrett was going for the power bomb, but Sin Cara rolled through and covered Barrett for the pin.
3. Cody Rhodes beat Justin Gabriel in 4:00. Rhodes rolled out of the way of a presumed 450 Splash attempt by Gabriel. Rhodes then hit the Alabama Slam for a nearfall and pinned Gabriel with CrossRhodes. Rhodes and Miz, opponents for the Extreme Rules pre-show on Sunday, had a staredown to close Main Event.