Summer Rae joins Renee Young to discuss her heated relationship with Fandango, then they play a clip of Summer's attack of Layla on RAW. Summer says she was fine with Layla getting her leftovers, but Layla started rubbing it in her face so she had to do something about it. Layla attacks her from behind and dumps kitty litter on her, then she dumps some milk on her and rubs her face across the floor.
BP: This, along with 3MB/Los Matadores, has been one of the longest and best booked feuds this year. These girls hate each other, and the match might not be a show stealer, but the anticipation is definitely there.
Dolph Ziggler vs Seth Rollins
Rollins applies a side headlock but Dolph breaks out and dropkicks him, then he jumps to the corner but Rollins dumps him over the ropes as we go to a break. We get back to see Rollins whip Dolph into the corner, then he sends him to the opposite corner before Dolph comes back with a backdrop. Dolph hits repeated elbow drops for a two count, then he connects with a dropkick and goes for a DDT. Rollins blocks it and throws him back, then he runs at him but Dolph backdrops him on the apron and charges him. Rollins hits an enziguiri and goes for a Curb Stomp, but Dolph sidesteps it and hits a Famouser for two. Dolph connects with some mounted punches but Rollins counters with a turnbuckle bomb, then he follows with a Curb Stomp for the win.
Winner – Seth Rollins
BP: Good match designed to put Rollins over, but Dolph still looked good. Rollins didn't really change up his moveset much, but we will see over time if he stays away from the high spots. He should, however, change his ring gear. He is still wearing Shield stuff, and should separate himself from the team he is bad mouthing.
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