middle rope for a double axe handle smash, but Ziggler sends Jericho into the corner ribs first and follows with a rocker dropper for two.
Ziggler kicks at Jericho's ribs, doing even more damage. Jericho catches Ziggler's leg and tries for the Walls, but Ziggler fights it off. Jericho hits an enzugiri for a two count. Jericho sends Ziggler into the corner, but he ends up trapped in a sleeper out of nowhere. Jericho fades, but gets a second wind, crashing backward into the corner. Ziggler kicks Jericho in the ribs and heads to the top, but he's stopped by Jericho. Jericho heads up after Ziggler and stands on the top, hitting him with repeated rights before delivering a huge hurricanrana.
Jericho crawls for the cover but Ziggler is able to kick out at two. Jericho heads to do something, but he's caught with a big DDT from Ziggler that's good for another two count. Both men are laid out on the canvas, struggling to get up. They fight on their knees, up to their feet where Jericho delivers a running bulldog. He hits the ropes for a lionsault, but Ziggler gets his knees up. Ziggler follows up with the Zig Zag, but Jericho is still able to kick out!
Dolph struggles to his feet and walks right into the code breaker. Ziggler rolls slowly to the outside, falling to the floor. Jericho rolls out after him and manages to get Ziggler back into the ring, but Vickie grabs his foot on the way back in. Ziggler rolls him up, but Jericho still kicks out. Ziggler runs at Jericho, but ends up tossed into the ring post shoulder first. Jericho locks in the Walls of Jericho, and Ziggler is forced to tap out.
Winner: Chris Jericho
Ziggler stands at the top of the ramp looking sad alongside Vickie while Jericho celebrates in the ring.
- Cole and Lawler recap what happened this past Monday with Brock Lesnar and Paul Heymen kidnapping and breaking Shawn Michaels' arm.
Matt Striker is backstage with Paul Heyman and Brock Lesnar. Heyman says earlier tonight, HHH used his influence to convince a referee to use his discretion. He said this is a fight to the finish, the key word is finish because Lesnar will finish Hunter. Brock says this is a fight he can't win. Heyman says if they don't like that, he's got two words, tap out.
Daniel Bryan vs. Kane
The bell rings and Bryan begins backing away from Kane. He scores with a quick kick to Kane's thigh, then another. Bryan kicks at Kane's legs but Kane uppercuts Bryan. Bryan flips over Kane, but gets picked up and slammed to the mat before Kane delivers a low dropkick. Kane blasts Bryan with a right hand before kicking away at him in the corner. Bryan tries to avoid Kane in the corner but ends up shouldered. Bryan fights out, but misses a roll up and eats a boot to the face for a two count.
Bryan hits a low dropkick to the knee before kicking Kane's legs all the way around the ring. Kane grabs Bryan around the throat and tosses him to the outside. Kane heads out and Bryan heads back in, hitting a quick baseball slide and suicide elbow through the ropes. Kane heads back into the ring and Bryan heads to the top, hitting a giant shotgun missile dropkick, but it's not enough to keep down the big man. Kane gets to his knees and Bryan kicks away at Kane's chest. Bryan misses a kick to the head and eats a quick clothesline.
Kane runs after Bryan into the corner with a big clothesline, then does it again before hitting a sidewalk slam for a two count. Kane heads up to the top and leaps off with a huge clothesline. Kane tries for a chokeslam but Bryan escapes and rolls to the outside, snapping Kane's throat over the top rope. Bryan heads back in and catches a big right hand. Bryan hits Kane with a big right hand, but Kane shrugs it off and takes Bryan into the corner, punching and stomping away at him. The ref pulls Kane away. When Kane heads back, Bryan drop toe holds him into the middle turnbuckle and kicks the ropes, sending the turnbuckle into Kane's face. Bryan tries for the No lock, but Kane fights it off, so Bryan hits him with a huge kick to the side of the head.
Bryan heads to the top and goes for the flying head butt, but takes too much time and Kane catches him around the throat and takes him down to the mat with a chokeslam. Kane signals for the tombstone, waiting for Bryan to stand. He gets Bryan in position, but Bryan counters with a small package, rolling Kane up for three.
Winner: Daniel Bryan
After the match, Bryan hightails it to the back and Kane takes off in hot pursuit. We cut backstage where Kane is shown tearing things apart and terrorizing the backstage staff. Kane is stopped by Josh Matthews. He grabs Matthews and asks where is he. Matthews says something I didn't catch, but Kane doesn't like it and he tosses Matthews off to the side before stalking off.
WWE Intercontinental Title Match
Rey Mysterio vs. The Miz
Rey Mysterio is the first man to make his way out to the ring, and not surprisingly, he gets a huge pop from the Los Angeles fans. Mysterio is dressed in a crazy black getup that looks inspired by Batman, probably what he would have worn to Mania this year. Miz is out next and we are ready to start.
The bell rings and both men begin circling each other before locking up. Miz clamps on a head lock, but Mysterio sends him into the ropes, eating a shoulder block immediately after. Mysterio goes behind Miz, takes him to the mat and tries for a quick pin, getting two. Miz kicks Rey in the gut and takes him down to the mat, stomping away. Mysterio is able to come up with a hurricanrana, but runs right into a back elbow. Miz hits another boot to the gut before sending Mysterio to the outside under the bottom rope. Mysterio pops up and Miz heads to the outside. Mysterio heads in and hits Miz with a dropkick through the ropes. He heads to the outside and Miz picks him up and drops him down ribs first on the guardrail.
Miz takes things back... (Continues on next page)