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1. Brodus Clay def JTG. The match was like every other Clay match, a few quick moves, followed by the Funk It Splash for the victory. Dancing with Hornswoggle after the match happened as well.
2. Zack Ryder def. Dean Ambrose by DQ. Ambrose did not get any crowd reaction until about five minutes into the match. He played the heel role perfectly against a guy like Ryder. He got himself DQ'ed after ten minutes. After the match, Dolph Ziggler attacked Zack Ryder and talked about how great he was.
3. Divas Champion Layla def. Beth Phoenix. Layla missed a handful of spots in the match, which lasted about eight minutes. Layla won with a roll-up.
4. U.S Champion Santino Marella def. The Miz and Jack Swagger to retain the US title. The match was carried with Santino and his usual comedic ways. He hit the Cobra on Miz after Miz hit Swagger, forcing him to the outside.
5. Tag Team Champions Kofi Kingston and R-Truth def. Primo and Epico to retain the titles. Primo and Epico got the win after cheating and began to celebrate. A second referee came out and reversed the call. The match was restarted, and Kofi hit Trouble in Paradise to pick up the victory.
Dolph Ziggler came out and introduced his protection, Mason Ryan. He says he wants to be known as "The Show Stealer."
6. Lord Tensai def. Tyson Kidd. Tensai squashed Kidd in about five minutes.
7. John Cena def. Dolph Ziggler (w/Mason Ryan). A great fifteen minute match with a lot of Pro-Cena fans. Ziggler hit a few nice moves on Cena, but then Super-Cena came to the save. Ryan got involved, but was sent to the outside by Cena. Ziggler hit the Zig-Zag but Cena kicked out. The finish came when John Cena hit Attitude Adjustment on Ziggler.
8. WWE Champion C.M. Punk def. Chris Jericho. The match lasted about twenty minutes, with solid technical work by both guys. Punk made Jericho tap with the GTS to win.