with a big forearm to the back, then a second. Henry clamps down on Ryback with a bear hug. Ryback attempts to fight out of it, but Henry turns it around. Ryback reaches for the ropes, but Henry pulls him back and slams him into the corner.
Henry clotheslines Ryback over the top rope and says that's what he do. The ref counts, but Ryback is able to make it back into the ring at 9. Henry blasts Ryback with a kick before hitting him with a couple of clubbing blows to the back. Ryback tries to fight back, so Henry hits a right and locks him in another bear hug. Ryback struggles to break out of the hold, but Henry just breaks it and slams Ryback to the mat. Henry puts Ryback in another bear hug and we get a bit of a 'boring' chant starting up. Ryback hits Henry with a series of rights before backing him into the corner and burying his shoulder in Henry's stomach. Ryback hits a big clothesline in the corner before hitting the meat hook clothesline to drop Henry.
Henry gets to his feet and Ryback shoulders him. Henry holds on to the ropes and Ryback falls to the mat with Henry on top of him. Henry pins Ryback for three.
Winner: Mark Henry
Henry starts to head out of the ring, but he turns around and scares off the trainers and ref checking on Ryback. He turns his back for too long though as he turns around into a spinebuster from Ryback. Ryback shoulders Henry a second time and marches around for a bit before dropping Henry with the shell shock.
- Michael Cole announces a special partnership for the Special Olympics that the WWE will be taking part in, this leads to a short video promo, and the introduction of some of the Special Olympic athletes, and personnel, as well as Governor Chris Christe.
WWE Tag Team Championship Match
Kane and Daniel Bryan (c) vs. Dolph Ziggler and Big E Langston
Bryan and Ziggler look to kick things off for their respective teams. The bell rings and Dolph asks AJ to hop up on the apron, giving her a kiss. Bryan scores a kick to the side of Ziggler's head and pins him for two. Ziggler scoots to the outside, and Bryan flies through the ropes with a suicide dive to take him out. He brings Dolph back into the ring and kicks away at him repeatedly. Dolph ducks a kick to the head and tags out to Langston. Big E heads into the ring and Bryan tags Kane.
Kane tries for a cross body and Langston catches him! E drops Kane with a couple of backbreakers across the knee before hitting him with a running shoulderblock in the corner. E runs into a big boot from Kane. Kane wraps his hand around E's throat, but he fights it off. Langston hits a huge running splash on Kane, knocking him to the mat. Ziggler tags in and takes Kane out with a beautiful dropkick, pinning the monster for two.
Langston tags back in and wails away on Kane, but gets sloppy and puts his head down, allowing Kane to drive it down into the mat. Ziggler tags in and knocks Bryan from the mat before eating a clothesline from Kane. Ziggler tries for a splash in the corner, but misses, then walks into a sidewalk slam for two. Kane heads to the top rope, but misses a flying clothesline. Ziggler hits a sloppy rocker dropper, but Bryan breaks up a pinfall, getting a kick to the face for his troubles. Ziggler heads to the top, but leaps off into a big right hand from Kane. Kane goes for the pin, but Big E breaks it up with a splash. Langston shoulders Kane, but he's tossed to the outside by Kane. Bryan hits a running knee from the apron to take out E, and back in the ring Ziggler hits the Zig Zag for a super close two count.
AJ slides the briefcase to Ziggler and distracts the referee. Ziggler misses a briefcase shot, and Kane hits a big boot, then a chokeslam before knocking Big E from the apron. Bryan heads to the top and hits a flying head butt, pinning Ziggler for the three count.
Winner and STILL WWE Tag Team Champions: Team Hell No
Following the match Bryan joins in with the fans in a 'yes' chant before he and his partner head to the back.
Fandango vs. Chris Jericho
A bunch of dancers are out to go through a little routine before peeling off and revealing Fandango and whatever his valet's name is (I really can't remember at all). The do a little bit of dancing themselves before finally heading down to the ring.
Chris Jericho is out next, and he gets a nice pop out of the fans in the stadium as he makes his way to the ring in his light-up jacket.
The bell rings and Fandango dances around a little bit more, drawing boos from the crowd. He turns around and Jericho takes him to the mat with a series of punches. Jericho hits a couple of chops and Fandango bails to the outside. Jericho gives chase and back in the ring, Jericho takes Fandango down again and rains down with right hands. Jericho catches Fandango in the corner and kicks away at him. Jericho hits a suplex, tossing Fandango into the top rope.
Jericho hits the codebreaker and Fandango rolls out to the floor. Fandango gets to his feet just in time to eat a baseball slide from Jericho. Jericho heads to the top and gets some major air for a body press to the floor, wiping out the new guy. Jericho slams Fandango's head into the apron and chops him again before sending things back into the ring. Jericho smacks Fandango around before hitting him with a big boot and sending him to the outside again. Jericho goes for a springboard dropkick, but Fandango blocks it with a kick of his own that wipes out Jericho.
Fandango goes for a pin, getting two before aggressively pounding on, then stomping away at Jericho. ƒandango clamps on a rear chin lock, but Jericho is able to fight his way up to his feet pretty quickly. Jericho hits a running forearm, then a couple of shoulderblocks. Fandango tosses Jericho out to the apron, but Jericho heads to the top for a flying double axe handle smash. Jericho misses a bull dog, but recovers with a Thesz press. Jericho hits a chop and an... (Continues on next page)