Fandango kicks him in the face and gets a near fall, then he ties him in the ropes and punches him in the back of the head.Fandango hits him in the back of the head again and applies a headlock, but Jericho breaks it and attempts a rollup, and Fandango ducks and counters with a legdrop. Fandango puts him back in a headlock but Jericho breaks it with a side suplex, then he drops him with a shoulder tackle and a running bulldog. Jericho goes for Walls of Jericho but Fandango kicks him in the corner, then Jericho leaps up top and goes for a crossbody.
Fandango rolls through and almost gets a rollup, then he gets angry and punches Jericho in the head before heading up top and setting a diving legdrop. Jericho rolls away and connects with a Lionsault for two, then he kicks Fandango in the corner before chopping him a few times. Fandango tries to roll him up after an Irish whip, but Jericho rolls through and applies the Walls of Jericho, only to have Fandango crawl to the ropes. Jericho charges him in the corner but Fandango kicks him in the back of the head, then he goes back to the top turnbuckle but Jericho catches him with a mid air Codebreaker for the win.
Winner – Chris Jericho
Josh Mathews is with Sheamus backstage, and he asks Sheamus how he is going to drag Mark Henry around the ring and tag all four corners. Sheamus says it's interesting because the match does favor Henry, and they saw Henry set an impressive record by dragging two trucks. He says trucks don't hit back, but he does, and Henry is going to find out what happens when the Celtic Warrior goes 'extreme.'
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