The match starts with The Shield attacking The Wyatt Family. Rollins is on the top rope and Harper hits an attemped german suplex, but Rollins lands on his feet. Rollins hits two splashes onto Rowan and Harper. Harper hits a lariat onto Rollins. Rowan gets into the ring and Rollins slams his head into the second turnbuckle. Rollins tags in Ambrose and hits a Lou Theis press. Ambrose smacks Rowan in the face and dropkicks his leg, which was tied up in the ropes. Russian leg sweep and a Figure Four is applied. Rowan looks to tap out, but Harper kicks Ambrose. Reigns comes into the ring and throws Harper over the barricade. Bray Wyatt plants Ambrose and begins to punch him in the face. Bray tags in Harper, as he chops the chest of Ambrose. Rowan hits a pump handle slam and uses his fists to grind Ambrose's head. Ambrose grabs his beard and Rowan hits a sidewalk slam.
Harper hits a few European Uppercuts, but Ambrose hits a massive clothesline. Ambrose heads to the corner and Rollins steps off the apron. Seth Rollins walks out on his partners and Reigns asks him what is going on. Rollins says he cannot be the glue anymore to this team. Bray hits a body press and Reigns gets in the ring. He hits a Superman Punch, but Rowan sets up a powerbomb. Reigns clotheslines Rowan to the outside and Ambrose works on Harper. Reigns hits a huge kick onto Harper's face and Ambrose punches away at Wyatt. Roman Reigns spears Erick Rowan across the table. Luke Harper hits a suicide dive and Bray Wyatt sends Ambrose into the post. Bray Wyatt hits Sister Abigal onto Dean Ambrose and picks up the victory.
Reaction: This is the match of the night. Is anyone really surprised? What I took out of it was this: The Shield, all three men, will succeed. Seth Rollins turning his back on his teammates was somewhat surprising, but it makes sense. The glue of the group has always been the third wheel, undeservingly so. Rollins has the best wrestling ability in the ring and is only going to improve his character outside of this gimmick. When he left, it gave us an insight on what WWE thinks. They think that all three members will ultimately be critical pieces in the future of this company. Rollins vs. Ambrose vs. Reigns is bound to happen. Will they prolong the inevitable?
Santino Marella and Emma defeated Fandango and Summer Rae
Emma and Summer Rae get in the ring, but Emma tags in Santino. Fandango clotheslines Santino and hits an uppercut. Santino hits a few left hands and yells at Fandango. Fandango kicks Santino and hits a suplex. Fandango heads to the top and rolls out of a leg drop. Santino takes down Fandango and the Divas get into the ring. Emma hits a clothesline onto Summer Rae. Summer Rae misses a splash to the outside and Emma locks in a submission move. Emma dives onto Summer Rae and then locks in the Emma Lock. Emma makes Summer Rae tap out.
Reaction: This was not a terrible booking decision. The crowd got an extremely hot match and had 20 minutes of drama. There needed to be a nice transition back into the fans catching their breath. I really wish Emma would use this gimmick of some sort of importance. I am already tired of seeing these four in different matches each week.