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Shawn says he knows he is still the same guy because he steps on people and ends careers, and he always stuck with him when everyone else used to talk behind his back. He asks HHH if things changed when he got married and asks if he is a sellout, but HHH says he is just investing in the future of the company. Shawn says he is a simple guy, but he knows when a challenge goes unanswered it means you are a coward and says HHH should just go away. HHH says he doesn't get it because there are more things going on than he knows, and HHH will run things soon and that's his responsibilty. He says the Undertaker is a brand, and if he ends that brand it is bad for business, and Shawn should know the three of them are the end of an era.
HHH says he won't be the guy to end the era, because Shawn is retired and he has other business, and the Undertaker is the last one to stay standing. He tells Shawn he won't let him live vicariously through him because Shawn couldn't beat Undertaker himself, but Shawn says he isn't falling for that speech and tells HHH to look him in the eye. He says he wants to see him look him in the eye and tell him he doesn't want the streak to end, then Shawn grabs his arm and yells at him. HHH takes off his jacket and stares Shawn down, then says 'no' and backs away as Shawn walks away looking disappointed. HHH goes to leave but the gong sounds, and we see another video of last year's highlights, then Undertaker cuts all his hair off as the video ends and HHH is left standing in the dark.
Dolph Ziggler vs R-Truth
Truth hits a side kick then Dolph ducks him and showboats before putting him in a headstand headlock, then he switches to a side headlock but Truth stands up and punches him. Dolph comes back with a neckbreaker and a jumping elbow drop, then he does some sit ups but Truth rolls him up and steals the win.
Winner - R-Truth