The top section of the arena is blacked out. Probably about 8,000 in attendance.
Tons of Funk (Brodus Clay & Sweet T) beat Prime Time Players (Titus O'Neil & Darren Young) in tag action. Lots of back and forth. The first nearfall was Brodus on D-Young, but Titus made the save. Tensai then cleaned house. Double splash. Brodus with the pin in about three minutes.
Cody Rhodes and Josh Mathews were on commentary.
To start the show, the blue Money in the Bank briefcase was hanging above the ring.
Damien Sandow opened the show with a heel promo, calling the fans ignorant, etc.
Christian beat Damien Sandow in about 20 minutes. Lots of heat on Sandow early on. The match contained numerous nearfalls and a near-count-out. For the finish, Sandow pushed off the corner DDT and hit a big elbow for a two count, then Christian slow-clapped into another comeback, attempted the Killswitch, Sandow blocked and went for a neckbreaker, but Christian reversed with the Killswitch for three. Good match.
Next was Zeb Colter delivering a heel promo on Sin Cara and on the importance of the Fourth of July.
Jack Swagger beat Sin Cara via submission in about 10 minutes. Cara delivered early offense until Swagger took over. Vader Bomb to continue working Cara's mid-section, then Swagger shut down some of Cara's offense. Swagger missed a leg drop to give Cara some offense, but Swagger came back with the gutwrench powerbomb and Anklelock for the win. Overall, Cara wasn't able to get the crowd behind him. There were a few "Let's Go Cara" chants, but there were also some "We The People" chants.
Big E. Langston (w/A.J. Lee) beat Curt Hawkinsin about 5 minutes. A.J. was on commentary and Curt was doing a biker gimmick. Throughout the match, Curt tried offense, but Big E. cut him off. Big Ending for the three count and A.J. celebrated with Langston. Who was the face in this equation?