Kane calls for a chokeslam but Bryan counters by taking out his legs, then he kicks Kane in the side of the head for a two count. Bryan goes for a top rope headbutt, but Kane grabs him by the throat on the way down, so Bryan attempts a LeBell Lock. Kane counters that so Bryan applies a front facelock with bodyscissors, and Kane tries to throw him into the corner. He frees himself and Bryan goes for a roll through, then he applies the LeBell Lock and AJ rings the bell while Kane goes for the ropes. The ref says he didn’t tap out, and Bryan and AJ look confused, then Kane avoids a dropkick and chokeslams Bryan for the win. AJ looks in the ring and smiles, then skips away as Kane gets up and stares at her.
Winner – Kane
Mick Foley comes out and thanks the fans for the response, then he thanks John Laurinaitis for being so lame he got fired. Foley gets a cheap pop for Baltimore, then Heath Slater comes out and says he is protesting. Slater says Cyndi Lauper and Roddy Piper embarrassed him, but Foley says Lauper is a good competitor so he shouldn’t feel bad. Foley tells Slater his opponent is someone to pay attention to, and he introduces Zack Ryder and says Slater may get embarrassed this time.
Heath Slater vs Zack Ryder
Zack hits a flying forearm and a flapjack for a near fall, then Slater stomps Zack and sends him into the corner. Slater hits a diving neckbreaker for a two count, then he argues with the ref and gets kneed in the face. Zack runs out of the corner and hits a Rough Ryder, then Foley comes back in the ring and fist pumps with him. Foley is shown heading backstage with Zack when Damien Sandow cuts them off and says they are both leading to the demise of WWE. Foley says something about his suit and Zack calls Foley a legend, then Sandow says ‘your welcome’ and leaves.
Winner – Zack Ryder
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