CM PunkPhillip Jack Brooks
- Birthdate: 10/26/1978 (age 38)
- Height: 6'2"
- Weight: 218 Ib
He was titled in the WWE as "the longest-reigni...
A brief exchange between the two to start the match. Barrett gets a cheap shot to Truth's arm out of the corner. He drops an elbow for a two count. Barrett with more offense in the corner to Truth, and he covers for 2. Truth counters the Winds of Change into a roll-up for 2. He gets a big boot from Barrett, but ducks the clothesline. Truth starts to fire up, but misses the scissor kick and gets clipped in the leg. Truth floats out of Barrett's pumphandle and hits the What's Up! for the surprise three count!
Team Brickie in the back discussing Del Rio's condition. Teddy Long comes in, and says he's already made a match with Dolph Ziggler facing an extra-motivated Jack Swagger. Vickie questions if Booker T knows, and Teddy admits that he doesn't.
Rhodes Scholars vs. Great Khali & Santino Marella
Before the match, Rhodes and Sandow bring up how they are the proverbial "dwarfs upon the shoulders of giants", bringing decency to a den of ignorance such as Greenville.
Khali and Sandow start things out. Khali strikes first and hits a big chop in the corner. Cody tags in. Santino also comes in and does some comedy. Cody goes to work on him and beats him down. Cody tags in Sandow for some double teaming. Cody comes back in to keep the attack on Santino up. Santino eventually hits Cobra on Sandow. Hornswoggle hits a mini Cobra on Cody while on the floor. Cody grabs Hornswoggle but Khali makes the save. Sandow rolls up Santino from behind for the win.
Winners: Rhodes Scholars
Up next, we go a-Fandangoing!
In the ring with Jerry Lawler. King brings up Fandango's success at Mania and the overwhelming social media sensation of "Fandango-ing", from cheerleaders to PETA to fans on the street and on the subway. Lawler introduces Fandango, who dances his way to the ring with his lovely dancer lady. Fandango asks Lawler how his hips are doing and if he can move them. Lawler thinks twice about dancing and goes back to commentary.
Fandango asks the crowd who wants to go Fandangoing with him and gets a decent reaction. Fandango tries to get the crowd hype. Fandango wants the fans to pronounce his name correctly before they all start Fandangoing. Parts of the crowd try to get his theme going but it's nowhere close to last week. Fandango says it's obvious the fans can't pronounce his name correctly. He says they can all go Fandango themselves. Okayyyyyy.
Swagger and Colter make their way to the ring as Jack faces the World Champ, NEXT!
According to Teddy Long, if Swagger picks up a win here, he is the #1 Contender for the World Championship. Methinks Booker's not gonna like Teddy going over his head here.
Dolph and Jack feel each other out to start to match. Dolph dodges and weaves out of Swagger's holds, before bitch-slapping Jack, which fires him up. Swagger chases Dolph out of and back into the ring, where Dolph beats down on Swagger. Jack comes back and drives Ziggler back into the corner and delivers knee strikes to Dolph. He nails a clothesline and a shot to the back. Swagger whips Ziggler hard to the corner, but Dolph gets an elbow up. He hits a neckbreaker for two, but Swagger surprises him with the Patriot Lock. Dolph finds the ropes. Swagger drops Ziggler on the ropes, and clothesline him hard to the floor.
Swagger misses a shoulder block into the ring post. Ziggler with a fist to the midsection and a roll up for 2. Swagger with a belly to belly suplex for another pin attempt. More back and forth.