Vickie Guerrero comes out and says they should listen to what her client has to say, then Dolph Ziggler says he can't believe Ryback is in line for a title shot. He says he steals the show every night, and he beat seven other men to earn his Money In The Bank contract, but Ryback is a flash in the pan. Dolph says he'll still be there when Ryback is phased out, and if anyone deserves a title shot at Hell In A Cell it's him. David Otunga comes out and says he's right about Ryback, but Dolph doesn't deserve a title shot because the only guy who should be next is him. AJ Lee comes out and says she respects their opinions, but she wants them to express it physically, so they will have a handicap match against Ryback himself.
David Otunga & Dolph Ziggler (w/ Vickie Guerrero) vs Ryback
Dolph tries to dropkick Ryback but it has no effect, then Ryback takes him down with a lariat so Dolph rolls away and tags out to Otunga. Ryback counters a sleeperhold attempt with a backpack stunner, then Dolph leaves while Ryback drops Otunga with Shell Shocked for the win.
Winner – Ryback
Vince McMahon is talking to someone on the phone when Paul Heyman walks in, and Heyman says he came from CM Punk's locker room and he's not happy. Heyman says he doesn't want to go up against Vince, but Punk suggested they have a rematch because Vince never backs down from a challenge. He says if Punk would happen to win Vince should consider letting him choose the opponent, and Vince says he'll agree to that. Heyman looks pleased but Vince says he wouldn't face Punk, and he says he'll face Heyman himself and tells him to get out. Heyman backtracks and says it's not what he wanted, but he leaves with a disgusted look on his face and Vince says he loves being him.
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