Buzzsaw kick misses, and Jericho tries for the Liontamer, and it's in! Bryan turns it around and attempts the No! Lock, but Jericho counters right back into the Liontamer! Nice sequence! Bryan rolls through again, and NAILS Jericho with a Buzzsaw kick that gets a close near fall! Bryan laces Jericho's chest with more kicks, but Jericho counters the last one with a roll-up for two, then Bryan kicks out...RIGHT INTO A CODEBREAKER! Three count! Jericho's in the chamber!
Winner: Chris Jericho
As Jericho celebrates, we see that he is now in the Chamber along with Henry, Orton, and Bryan. Cena, Sheamus, and Ryback feed on, er, face 3MB in six-man tag team action next!
Six-Man Tag Team Match: Sheamus, Ryback & John Cena vs. 3MB (Slater, Mahal & McIntyre)
Slater air guitars and shoves Ryabck. Uh, no, just no, Slater. Ryback press slams him, and Sheamus is in with clubbing blows to Slater. McIntyre blind tags in, and takes the fight to Sheamus, but Drew gets caught in the ropes by the Irishman and it's clubberin' time for McIntyre. Cena in, along with Mahal. Cena hits the Five Moves, but Slater comes in for the save on the AA. Sheamus and Ryback in to even the odds, hitting White Noise, Shell-Shock, and the AA all at once. Cena gets the three count on 3MB!
Winner: Cena, Ryback & Sheamus
Ryback on the mic, and he says the day has come for the Shield. Sheamus tells everyone the Shield is here tonight, and questions why they should wait until Sunday to fight. Cena agrees, says the choice to come here and address everyone was a brave, but stupid one. The Shield meets the Sword, Justice meets the Law, he is Cena, they are Ryback and Sheamus. YOU WANT SOME, COME GET SOME!
We go back to last Friday, with Del Rio's Guerrero-worthy pranking of the Big Show, including his new "paint job", which had everyone in stitches. We go to Alex Riley and Yoshi Tatsu (TATSU & RILEY CAMEO!), who rip on Show getting drenched in paint, before the giant predictably shows up and knocks dem boys out! He scowls and walks off.
Show's out, and the laughing's come to a screeching halt as the giant matches to the ring. Striker in the ring, and barely gets a word out before Show KO's him. Show on the mic, and he seems too conflicted and ticked to get a word out, as the audience heckles him. He tries to calm himself...but just seems to grow angrier with each passing second, and just gives up and leaves in a huff, much to the audience's delight.
We recap Bruno Sammartino's historic induction, as well as his rise to fame from Italy to the US, cementing his bad ass status by breaking Stan Hansen's hand, winning the WWE Championship in 48 seconds and going on to hold the longest ever reign (4040 days) in the company's history, as well becoming a box office sellout in Madison Square Garden.
Jack Swagger w/Seth Caulder vs. Zack Ryder
Swagger with a waistlock and a slam to Ryder. He drives Ryder to the corner, but Zack with an elbow and a missile dropkick to Swagger. Forearm and a Broski Boot get a near fall. Swagger rolls outside, Ryder flies out after him, but Swagger catches him and drills him with a belly-to-belly suplex. He rolls Ryder back in and clips the knee. He drives a knee into Ryder in the corner. Ryder gets the knees up on a charge, but Swagger catches himon the Rough Ryder attempt and drills him with a buckle bomb! Gutwrench bomb, then the Patriot Act is in and a bloody-mouthed Ryder taps.
Winner: Jack Swagger
Seth (Sev?) Coulter is introduced to us by Swagger as a friend of his. Coulter on the mic, and goes into a spiel about America and how it's lost its way, about how the country was about real Americans like him and Swagger, not about the people crossing our borders, how he knows the truth behind what has changed America for the worse, and how he and Swagger plan to make us see what it should really about, we real Americans, we the people.
Teddy and Booker agree backstage that Swagger has been dominant and agree that he will be entered into the Chamber. Dolph, along with AJ and Big E., object to Swagger being entered in. Booker wonders why Ziggler even cares, given he chickened out. Ziggler insists he doesn't
The Miz vs. Cody Rhodes
Antonio Cesaro on commentary for the match. Cody with a headlock, but Miz pushes him off, trips him up, and drills him with a boot for two. Cody counters with a kick of his won, and drills Miz with knees, dropping him for a two count. Cody with a neck vice, Miz fights out with clotheslines and a flap jack. Neckbreaker countered by Cody, shoving Miz to the corner. Miz tossses Cody over the ropes. but Cody lands on the apron. Miz slides through and drops him on the apron face first. He jaws off to Cesaro, who goes to hit him, but Miz boots him. Miz catches Cody with a boot and throws him in the ring, but Cesaro rams him into the ring post for the DQ.
Winner: The Miz by DQ
Cesaro beats down Miz, and giant swings him again and again into the barricade! Someone's been drinking their Swiss Miss!
We're reminded that the Rock will be here tonight to address the new stipulation for his rematch with Punk, and The Shield will also be here to address the WWE Universe.
Tensai & Brodus Clay w/The Funkadactyls vs. Epico & Primo w/Rosa Mendes
Doesn't quite look like Tensai has re-embraced his "Hip Hop Hippo" roots yet. Tensai with a headbutt to Primo. Brodus tags in. Primo's Meeting of the Mind fails big time, but kicks Brodus and tags in Epico, who gets caught with the SHEE-plex, baby! Primo misses an elbow, Brodus hits the headbutt on Epico, Tensai tags in for the senton, nails it, and gets three!
Winners: Tensai & Brodus Clay
Tensai looks to outshine Brodus in the post-match dance-off, but Rosa objects. Naomi and Cameron toss her out, Naomi with a nice-looking fake-out dive, and Cameron with the basement... (Continues on next page)