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Daniel Bryan (w/ Kane) vs Cody Rhodes (w/ Damien Sandow)
Bryan hits a corner clothesline and connects with some quick kicks, then he whips Cody into the ropes and gets kicked in the chest. Cody runs at him but Bryan backdrops him outside, then Kane gets in his face but Sandow runs around the ring and hits him from behind. Bryan kicks Sandow through the ropes but Cody comes back with a Disaster Kick, then he rolls Bryan in and hits Cross Rhodes for the win. Cody takes a mic and asks if they saw it, because that was an impressive victory by him, and his partner could beat Kane just as easily. Sandow takes the mic but Kane pulls him in by the hair, then Sandow runs away as Michael Cole checks to see if they have an official match.
Winner - Cody Rhodes
Damien Sandow (w/ Cody Rhodes) vs Kane (w/ Daniel Bryan)
Kane slams Sandow down and gets a two count, then he sends him into the ropes and backdrops him before hitting him in the corner. The ref backs him away but Kane continues to hit him in the back, then he sends him into the opposite corner but Sandow elbows him in the face. Kane comes back with an elbow and a clothesline, then Cody tries to interfere but Bryan runs over and punches him before Cody runs away. Bryan chases him into the ring and the ref throws both of them out, then Kane waits for Sandow to get up and Sandow tries to beg him off. Kane punches him in the face, then he follows some corner clotheslines and a sidewalk slam before heading up top. Kane hits a top rope clothesline, then he grabs Sandow by the throat and drops him with a chokeslam for the win.
Winner - Kane
Michael Cole welcomes Brad Maddox to the ring, then he shows the Hell In A Cell clip and asks Maddox what would make him interfere in the match. Cole asks if he is working with CM Punk or Paul Heyman, but Maddox says it was all him and all he ever wanted to do was be a WWE Superstar. Maddox says he sent tapes everywhere and went to tryouts, but everyone shut the door in his face and he got a 'chance' but he wasn't good enough. He says he can't figure out why he isn't good enough, and WWE officials told him he wouldn't make it, but his dream didn't die. (Cont'd...)