1. Daniel Bryan and Kane defeated R-Truth and Kofi Kingston to retain the WWE Tag Team Championships. The crowd was really behind Bryan and Kane, and even began to boo R-Truth in the middle of the match. Kane tagged himself in and chokeslammed Kofi for the victory.
2. Eve defeated Layla to retain the WWE Divas Championship. The crowd was not into either of the Divas, with Eve getting a quick win with her finisher.
3. Michael McGillicutty defeated Dean Ambrose. The match was pretty good overall, and it also should be noted Ambrose has his own music and video. He played the heel in the match.
4. Antonio Cesaro defeated Zack Ryder to retain the WWE United States Championship. This was a fast paced match that saw Ryder hit all of his usual moves. He missed a Rough Ryder and Cesaro hit his Neutralizer for the victory. After the match, Ryder ended up getting the better of Cesaro, connected with his finisher.
5. Brodus Clay defeated Damien Sandow. Sandow focused on chopping down the larger opponent in Clay, workign on his knee the entire match. Clay would end up hitting a splash on Sandow and getting the victory. Kids came into the ring to dance afterwards.
6. Santino Marella defeated Tensai. Tensai dominated in the match, until Santino went for a Cobra. It was blocked the first time, but Santino connected the second time around for the win.
7. The Big Show defeated CM Punk via Disqualification in a Lumberjack Match. All superstars surrounded the ring, and even Sandow got involved. He put Punk's foot on the rope, trying to help him. Big Show would grab Sandow and all of the superstars got involved. Punk would hit Show in the head with the title, causing a DQ.