stomps away at Kofi's knee before wrapping his leg around the middle rope again. Kofi hits Miz with a back elbow before heading to the top. Miz pulls Kofi off of the ropes before locking in a single leg Boston crab. Kofi screams in pain, but he's able to fight over to the ropes. Miz pulls him back to the center of the ring. Kofi counters into a roll up, but Miz kicks out. Miz hits Kofi with a low DDT but Kofi won't stay down for three.
Kofi tries for Trouble in Paradise, but Miz avoids it and tries for the SCF. Kofi fights it off and kicks Miz to the outside. Miz heads back into the ring and walks into Trouble in Paradise from Kofi. Kingston pins Miz, and this one is over.
Winner and STILL WWE Intercontinental Champion: Kofi Kingston
Matt Striker is in the ring following the match. Kingston thanks the Miz for bringing out the wildcat within him. He says he's proud to be our Intercontinental Champion.
Kane and Bryan were shown arguing about whose fault it was that they lost. Kane said Bryan is to blame because he had to break up his near-pinfall loss. Bryan said Kane is a freak who wears a mask 365 days per year. They continued to argue, then Bryan declared Kane impossible. Bryan tried to leave, but Kane said he's actually the tag champs. Kane left, leaving Bryan to mutter to himself that he's the tag champs.
U.S. Championship Match
Antonio Cesaro (c) vs. Justin Gabriel
Antonio Cesaro is the first man to make his way out to the ring, and the champ doesn't get much of a reaction out of the crowd. He grabs a mic and begins speaking in German or Swiss about Halloween. He also says something about being the United States Champion.
Justin Gabriel is out to the ring next, and he too doesn't get much of a reaction out of the crowd.
The bell rings and Cesaro takes Gabriel right down to the mat, rubbing his face into the mat. Gabriel tries to fight up but Cesaro takes him right back down to the mat. Gabriel is able to connect with an arm drag, but Cesaro comes back with a big right hand. Gabriel comes up with a couple of chops and a monkey flip, but when he jumps to the top rope, Cesaro pushes him out to the floor. Cesaro heads out after Gabriel and slams him head first into the apron before bringing things back into the ring and hitting a leg drop. Cesaro hits a big European uppercut before mounting Gabriel and punching away.
Cesaro hits Gabriel with an uppercut to the back of the head before locking in a rear chin lock and burying his knee in Gabriel's back. Cesaro picks up Gabriel and slams him down across the top turnbuckle before running in with a high knee in the corner. Cesaro picks up Gabriel and hits a fall away slam that's good for a near fall. He leaps up and hits a double stomp, then another, crashing down on top of Gabriel. Cesaro clamps on an arm bar before picking up Gabriel and planting him back down on the mat. Cesaro tries for a German suplex, but Gabriel lands on his feet and hits a kick to Cesaro's face before hitting a springboard moonsault for two. Gabriel runs right into a giant clothesline from Cesaro.
Gabriel is able to come up with a DDT out of nowhere for two. Gabriel heads to the top and tries for the 450, but Cesaro rolls out of the way. Gabriel goes across the ring and hits a moonsault into a reverse DDT for a two count. Cesaro rolls to the outside and Gabriel hits a dropkick through the ropes. Gabriel leaps from the top rope right into a giant European uppercut from Cesaro. Cesaro brings Gabriel back into the ring and hits the neutralizer, putting Gabriel down for the three count.
Winner and STILL WWE US Champion: Antonio Cesaro
- We get a video package that highlights the dominant undefeated streak of Ryback over the past few months.
Vickie Guerrero is backstage and she's interrupted by Paul Heyman again. Heyman says she has thrilled Punk by deciding to cancel Hell in a Cell. He says that he and Punk are going to catch an 11 o'clock to Chicago, but they'll be at Raw tomorrow. Vickie says the match is still on, and if he has a problem with that, he knows where he can go.
Rey Mysterio & Sin Cara vs. The Prime Time Players
Rey Mysterio makes his way out to the ring to a nice pop from the crowd. Cole updates us on the condition of Lillian Garcia, letting us know that she's at home resting comfortably. Sin Cara is out to the ring next, and he gets a pretty nice reaction from the crowd, but nowhere near the same kind of pop as Mysterio.
Darren Young and Sin Cara kick things off for their teams. Young is able to sidestep a reverse handspring elbow, but he catches a hurricanrana. Mysterio tags into the match and the duo hit a lionsault/leg drop combo. Mysterio is shouldered by Young, but Mysterio kicks Young into the ropes. He runs right into a big belly to belly suplex from Young. Titus tags into the ring and kicks away at Mysterio. Titus hits a big uppercut before hitting Mysterio with a big elbow to the jaw. Young tags back in and the two big men hit a double shoulder block. Young tries to pin Mysterio but can't keep him down.
Young locks in a rear chim lock, but Mysterio is able to fight his way out with a couple of kicks. Titus tags back into the match and eats a couple of kicks from Mysterio. Cara is able to tag back into the ring and he hits a springboard dropkick. Cara hits Titus with a series of kicks before being tossed out to the apron. Cara hits another kick and hits a springboard cross body to take out Titus. Cara ends up shouldered and driven into the corner turnbuckle by Titus before being dropped down across his knee twice and tossed aside. Young tags back in and he drops Cara with a belly to back suplex.
Young locks in a body scissors, but Cara is able to fight to his feet. Cara reverses a suplex into a body press for a two count. Cara rolls out to the apron. Cara is able to fight off both opponents briefly, but... (Continues on next page)