Daniel Bryan vs Antonio Cesaro (w/ Zeb Colter & Jack Swagger)
Bryan knees Cesaro off the ropes, but Cesaro comes back with an uppercut before connecting with a cradled slam for a near fall. Bryan goes for an armbar but Cesaro deadlifts him and slams him down, then he suplexes him and whips him but Bryan leapfrogs him and clotheslines him. Bryan connects with a hurricanrana off the turnbuckles for a near fall, then he kicks Cesaro in the chest until Cesaro ducks and goes for a rollup. Cesaro hits a backbreaker as we cut to a commercial, then we get back to see Bryan send Cesaro out to the floor.
Bryan tries to kick Cesaro but misses and hits Swagger instead, then Cesaro counters a dropkick with an uppercut for a near fall. Cesaro calls for the Giant Swing but Bryan grabs the ropes and tries to roll him up, but Cesaro kicks out and uppercuts him before going for the Swing again. Bryan kicks him away and and knees him in the corner, then he makes him tap out to the YES Lock. Kane makes his way out and heads for Bryan, but Cesaro attacks from behind and takes Bryan down with a Neutralizer. Kane grabs Bryan by the throat and chokeslams him, then he sets his pyro off and fixes his tie before heading backstage.
Winner – Daniel Bryan
Renee Young asks Randy Orton for his thoughts on The Authority making him face his five Elimination Chamber opponents, but Orton says he's not there for that. He says he doesn't have time to talk about relationships, but he does know Daniel Bryan's win last Monday was a fluke. Orton says he has beaten Bryan plenty of times before, and he will beat Christian tonight just like he will beat John Cena this Monday night. Orton says he is going to win at the Elimination Chamber because he is a great champion, and he's still the greatest superstar of any generation.
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