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After The Match:
After the match, Vickie comes in the ring and makes out with Ziggler. Ziggler is still selling the knee as the two walk off happily together.
Backstage: Limo Arrives
We shoot backstage where we see a limo pull up to the building. Lawler mentions that Brock Lesnar will respond to Triple H's challenge to a match at SummerSlam tonight. We head to commercial.
In-Ring Segment: Paul Heyman & Triple H
We return from Raw and Brock Lesnar's music hits. However, Paul Heyman comes out and heads to the ring. Heyman gets on the mic and says he's here representing Lesnar. He says everyone usually caters to Triple H's every whim, but he's not one of them. He says "no" in response to HHH's challenge to Lesnar at SummerSlam. Heyman thanks everyone for their time and goes to leave. Before he can leave though, Triple H's music hits and out comes "The Game." HHH says he notices they're not in a bingo hall tonight. He calls Heyman a habitual liar and that Brock will fight him at SummerSlam. He says he'll only listen to one guy and that's Lesnar. He wants to hear it from Lesnar himself. HHH says he can give Lesnar what he wants: the star and what it's all about. He shows Heyman a SummerSlam poster with Brock as the cover. Heyman says Brock has no ego. HHH says Brock doesn't want to make money sitting in court. He says if Brock don't fight him he'll go down in history as the man afraid to fight HHH. Heyman tells HHH that he's good. He really is "that damn good." Heyman tells HHH to quit pretending to be an ass-kicker like he used to be. He asks HHH if he's going to hit him now. Heyman sticks his chin out and dares HHH to hit him. Heyman goes to leave but makes a little comment about Stephanie McMahon, which pisses off the big guy. HHH grabs Heyman around the neck. Heyman tells him to do it. HHH won't though, and let's Heyman go. Heyman said he knew HHH wouldn't do it. He says he knows everything HHH will do before he does it. HHH ends up decking him anyways. He asks if Heyman saw that coming. He tells Heyman to tell Lesnar he'll see him at SummerSlam.