Sheamus away from a chair. He goads Sheamus to get up, hitting him with a shot to the back. Sheamus tries to fight back, but Show knees him in the face. Show chokes Sheamus against the middle rope before hitting a big head butt. Show sends Sheamus into the corner, following with a running clothesline.
Show runs in with a big kick, but Sheamus moves and Show ends up hung up on the top rope. Show and Sheamus trade right hands on their knees, fighting up to their feet. Sheamus backs Show into the corner and buries his shoulder in Show's midsection before hitting him with a big running knee. Sheamus ducks a punch, but runs right into a chokeslam that puts him down for a two count.
Show heads to the outside and goes under the ring, grabbing another chair, and a second, tossing them both in the ring. Show goes around the ring and grabs a third, and fourth chair. Show finally heads back into the ring and kicks Sheamus away from the chairs before grabbing one and blasting the challenger across his back. Show lays a chair across Sheamus' chest, heads up to the top rope and hits a giant Vader bomb for a two count. Show sets up a chair in the middle of the ring, then sets up another facing the first. Show grabs Sheamus around the throat and tries for a chokeslam, but Sheamus picks up Show and hits him with white noise instead through the chairs, pinning the champ for a two count.
Sheamus begins to psych himself up, pounding on his chest. Sheamus tries for the brogue kick, but Show moves and nails Sheamus with the KO punch. Show pins Sheamus, but Sheamus kicks out at two.
Show rolls to the outside and heads under the ring once more. He grabs another chair, and this one is huge. It looks like a cartoon chair, it's ridiculously oversized. Show picks up the giant chair and blasts Sheamus with a shot across the back. Show pins Sheamus and gets the three count.
Winner and STILL World Heavyweight Champion: Big Show
John Cena is shown warming up backstage. AJ walks in wearing Cena gear. Cena asks if she got it from the men's locker room and she says no. AJ apologizes for everything that happened last week. AJ says she went a little, you know, and Cena was there, and she wants to thank him. Cena says don't thank him yet, thank him at the end of the night when he takes Ziggler's contract. AJ says she can't wait and skips off.
3MB vs. Alberto Del Rio, De Miz and The Brooklyn Brawler
3MB is out to the ring first, and just like earlier in the night, they get no reaction from the crowd.
Ricardo Rodriguez is out, and he introduces Alberto Del Rio, who makes his way out into the arena to a decent reaction from the crowd.
The Miz is out to the ring next, and the crowd doesn't seem to care one way or the other for Miz. Miz has a mic in hand, and he introduces their hand picked tag team partner. They wanted a tough New Yorker, so they looked for someone from Brooklyn, the Brooklyn Brawler.
Slater and Del Rio kick things off and Del Rio takes Slater into the corner, hammering away with kicks before charging in and blasting Slater with a kick to the arm. Brawler tags in a clamps on a headlock, then hits Slater with a shoulder block. Brawler takes out Mahal and McIntyre, but he's wiped out by a dropkick from Slater. McIntyre tags in and unloads with a series of rights to Brawler. McIntyre goes for the pin, but only get two. Slater tags back into the ring and takes Brawler down to the mat, but misses a fist drop from the second rope. Brawler makes the tag to Miz who comes in with a couple of clotheslines to Mahal before hitting him with a series of rights in the corner, then his signature corner clothesline.
Miz drops Mahal to the mat and things begin to break down. Del Rio takes McIntyre out with a suicide dive and Ricardo pulls Slater from the ring. Miz hits Mahal with the SCF and tags out to Brawler. Brawler locks in the Brooklyn crab and makes Mahal tap out.
Winners: The Miz, Alberto Del Rio and The Brooklyn Brawler
- We get a video package that gives an extensive history of the issues between Ziggler and Cena, stemming from AJ losing her job as Raw's General Manager.
Money in the Bank Contract
- Dolph Ziggler vs. John Cena
The rules of the match are explained to the crowd, and Dolph Ziggler makes his way out to the ring to defend his Money in the Bank contract. Ziggler gets a nice pop from the crowd on his way out to the ring.
John Cena is out to the ring next, and of course, he gets a mixed reaction, mostly booos.
The bell rings and Cena and Ziggler circle each other. We get a lock up and Cena goes into a head lock before running the ropes and then hitting a shoulder block. Ziggler works into a head lock, and catches himself in the ropes when Cena pushes him off. Another lock up and Cena goes into another head lock. Ziggler pushes him off and tries for a hip toss, but has it reversed. Cena takes Ziggler to the mat and clamps on another side head lock.
Ziggler fights to his feet and out of the hold. Cena trades holds with Ziggler, taking him over with a fisherman's suplex, then hitting him with a monkey flip out of the corner. Cena tosses Ziggler to the outside and bows to the crowd to show that he can wrestle a bit. Cena heads to the outside and walks right into a chair to the gut from Ziggler. Ziggler takes Cena back into the ring and brings the chair with him. Ziggler wedges the chair in between the ropes in the corner, then walks into a flap jack from Cena.
Cena heads to the outside and grabs a ladder, bringing it up to the ring apron, and getting it dropkicked into his face by Ziggler. Ziggler brings the ladder back into the ring, and Cena follows, stopping Ziggler and hitting him face first with the ladder. Cena and Ziggler fight to the outside with Cena tossing Ziggler over the announcer's table. Cena begins to dismantle the ring steps, grabbing the top two and... (Continues on next page)