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Chris Jericho vs. Dolph Ziggler

A whole lot of technical trades early on, with tons of rest holds and counters. Jericho headstands out of a side headlock and dropkicks the champ. Ziggler leaves the ring to take a breather and kiss AJ Lee, but Jericho hits him with a baseball slide as we go to commercial. 

Big E gets in a cheap shot from the apron as we come back. Ziggler with a quick neckbreaker and a two-count. They trade knife-edge chops, and Jericho goes flying into the turnbuckle. The Champ starts to get cocky, dancing around Chris Jericho. He tries for another neckbreaker, but Y2J rolls him up with a crucifix pin for a close two-count. Ziggler stays in control and goes right into a side headlock, but Jericho counters out with a big rear suplex. He goes high risk and comes down with a big double axe handle. Dolph ducks under a bulldog attempt, but gets caught with a clothesline anyways. 

Jericho gets thrown into the corner, but catches the champ with a big boot. The running bulldog connects, but as he goes for the Lionsault, Big E Langston clocks him with a huge right hand. Ziggler with a roll-up, but somehow Y2J kicks out. Dolph locks in his signature sleeping hold, and Jericho starts fading. He's down to his knees, but somehow powers his way back to his feet and sends them both down to the mat with an electric chair drop. The fans have started to do the wave. 

Ziggler gets caught with a high impact elbow, but gets the knees up in time to block a Lionsault. The Champ connects with a Fameasser, but only picks up a very close two-count. Dropkick attempt by Dolph, but Jericho catches him and tries for the Walls of Jericho; it's blocked. Ziggler heads up to the top rope, but Y2J hits the ropes and crotches him – big Superplex off the top. Both guys slowly make their way to their feet, and Jericho hits the Codebreaker out of nowhere! 1…2…Ziggler gets his feet on the bottom rope. 

Big E gets on the apron, but takes a springboard dropkick from the challenger. The Liontamer is locked in on Ziggler, but Fandango's theme music hits! The distraction allows Dolph to get to the bottom rope, escape the hold, and hit the Zig-Zag for a three-count. 

Winner: Dolph Ziggler

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