smashes, but Del Rio comes with back with a kick and flying knee to get another near fall. Del Rio kicks at Sheamus, but Sheamus retaliates with right hands. Sheamus charges Del Rio, but Del Rio moves and Sheamus charges shoulder first into the ring post. Del Rio wraps Sheamus' arm around the ring post before getting another near fall. Sheamus tries to fight back, but Del Rio proves to be too much with another head butt.
Del Rio tries for the cross arm breaker, but Sheamus avoids it. Del Rio sends Sheamus out to the ring apron and when he comes back in, he catches him with what looks to be a code breaker to Sheamus' arm. Del Rio looks to be getting frustrated, grabbing at Sheamus' face. Sheamus deposits Del Rio in the corner before hitting a running knee and a huge slam for a two count. Sheamus gets Del Rio on the apron and ties his arms up, hitting repeated clubbing blows to Del Rio's chest. Del Rio responds by grabbing Sheamus' arm and dropping it down on the top rope. Del Rio heads into the ring and is caught with an Irish curse backbreaker for another two count.
Del Rio catches Sheamus with a boot, but misses the follow up. Sheamus tries for the bicycle kick, but Del Rio moves and hits a lungblower for another two count. Del Rio hits Sheamus with a soccer ball kick to the ribs before backing up and waiting for him to stand in the corner. Del Rio misses an enzugiri in the corner and Sheamus hits the celtic cross. Sheamus stands and begins getting himself psyched up. He charges in with the bicycle kick and he pins Del Rio for the three count.
Winner and STILL World Heavyweight Champion: Sheamus
On his way out of the ring, Ricardo jumps on Sheamus' back. Del Rio attacks as well and the two stomp away at Sheamus, choking him and stomping on his face.
Dolph Ziggler's music hits, and the show-off makes his way out.
Ziggler hands over his briefcase, but the bell doesn't ring. Sheamus hits a bicycle kick, and Ziggler is out. Cole explains that Sheamus is still the champ and Ziggler still has his briefcase.
We get a recap of the interview between Josh Matthews and Daniel Bryan during the pre-show. Bryan calls AJ his future wife and says she would have said yes had CM Punk not been there poisoning her mind. Matthews says she slapped him in the face. Bryan says he clearly doesn't understand women. That kind of passion is something only soul mates can share. Tonight she'll make the tough and necessary decisions. She'll be fair. He'll emerge with the championship and AJ's heart. Yes, yes, yes.
The Prime Time Players vs. Primo and Epico
R-Truth and Kofi Kingston make their way out dressed in suits to join the announcer's at their position.
AW makes his way out and introduces the future WWE World Tag Team Champions. Darren Young and Titus O'Neil, the Primetime Players.
Primo and Epico are out next with Rosa Mendes in tow.
The bell rings and Titus and Epico kick things off. AW's mic is still on for some reason. Epico ducks a dropkick and hits a flying forearm before hitting a nasty chop and tagging in Primo. Primo and Epico hit dual dropkicks but it's not enough for a three count. Titus backs Primo into his own corner and tags out to Young. Young comes in and beats on Primo in the corner, but he's whipped in to opposite corner and he falls victim to a headscissors. Epico tags in and hits a hurricanrana that sends Young from the ring before Primo hits a suicide dive. Epico low-bridges Titus before diving over the top rope on top of his opponents. Epico sends Young into the ring and hits a slighshot splash for a two count.
Youg makes the tag and Titus come in, sending Epico to the mat before shoving him out of the ring hard. Titus heads to the outside and picks up Epico, running and slamming him into the ring post. Titus sends Epico back into the ring and stomps away at him. He hits a weird rip-cord styles slam before tagging out to Young, and front suplexing Young on top of Epico. Young pills Epico out of the ring apron and holds on to Epico while AW uses a pick to comb out Young's fro. Titus tags in and stretches Epico up against the ring post, pulling back hard. Titus picks Epico up and hits a backbreaker before holding on and hitting a fall away slam.
Titus busts out a couple of dance moves in the ring to mock Rosa. This allows Epico to catch Titus with a big kick to the face. Titus makes the tag, but so does Epico. Primo comes in and blasts Young with rights before hitting a nice spinning back elbow. Young runs into a big boot before Primo executes a springboard brain chop. A crazy combo leading to a springboard mariposa gets Primo another two count. Primo hits Young with a dropkick to the back that sends him into the ropes. Primo launches himself, coming down on the back of Young's head. Primo goes for a springboard maneuver, but Young catches him with a codebreaker. Primo rolls up Young and steals the three count.
Winners: Primo and Epico
After the match, AW says it doesn't matter because they're still the number one contenders. They turn their attention to Kofi and Truth. The Players get in the champs faces, but AW says the moeny isn't right. Truth throws water in AW's face. AW looks hot, but he's held back by his team. Kofi and Truth hold their titles high while the Prime Time Players make their way to the back.
- We get a video package that I've seen a couple of times, but still think might be one of the best video packages WWE has produced in a good long while. This means that our streak of having a non-title match close the show will stay intact (unless there's some sort of MITB shenanigans).
AJ is shown backstage with Matt Striker. Striker says many are concerned about her performance tonight. AJ says she's taking her responsibilities seriously and she's in full control. Just because CM Punk broke her heart in front of the entire world, and made her act out in rage and... (Continues on next page)