Match Number One: Miz versus Cody Rhodes
Miz wants to hear the crowd chanting for him before they lock up. Cody with a side head lock and shoulder tackle. Cody tells everyone that he is the one who is awesome. They lock up again and Miz with a side head lock and shoulder tackle. Miz blocks a hip toss and he blocks a drop kick and he catapults Rhodes into the turnbuckles and Miz with a rollup for a near fall. Miz with a side head lock take down.
Cody tries for a head scissors but Miz pushes Cody’s legs away. Cody backs Miz into the turnbuckles and Cody with kicks to Miz. Cody with a forearm followed by an Irish whip but Miz floats over and he sends Cody to the mat with a shoulder tackle. Miz misses the running boot when Cody goes to the apron. Cody with a shoulder and he tries for a sunset flip but Miz rolls through and kicks Cody and gets a near fall.
Cody sends Miz into the turnbuckles. Cody with kicks to Miz. Miz with punches and a kick. Cody with a punch to the midsection and then Cody hits a drop kick and he gets a near fall. Rhodes with a reverse chin lock. Miz with elbows and punches to Cody in the corner and the referee pulls Miz out of the corner. Cody with an elbow and he goes to the turnbuckles but Miz catches him again and he tries for the figure four but Miz is sent to the floor. Miz returns to the ring but Cody kicks Miz in the head and we go to commercial.
We are back and Rhodes with a reverse chin lock but Miz escapes a belly-to-back suplex and Miz sends Cody to the floor. Miz with a baseball slide to Cody and then Miz goes to the apron and hits a running double sledge.
Miz sends Cody into the ringside barrier twice and they return to the ring but Cody goes to the floor. Cody sends Miz’ arm into the ring post and then he pulls Miz to the floor by the injured arm. Cody returns to the ring and he tells the referee to start his count. Miz gets back into the ring at nine.
Cody kicks Miz in the injured arm and the referee pulls Cody away from Miz. Cody wraps the arm in the ropes and then he gets a near fall. Cody with a wrist lock to the injured arm. Miz with punches but Cody with a hammer lock and he drops Miz’ arm on the ropes and Cody gets a near fall. Cody with a boot to the abdomen and then he slams the injured arm into the mat.
Cody with a gourdbuster and he gets a near fall. Cody with a short arm scissors as he continues to work on the injured arm. Cody hangs Miz from the ropes and he kicks Miz in the midsection. Miz with a back drop that sends Cody over the top rope to the floor. Cody returns to the ring but Miz with clotheslines and a reverse atomic drop followed by a boot to the head.
Miz sets for the Awesome Clothesline but Cody sends Miz to the apron and Miz slides under the ropes and gets a near fall. Miz hits the Awesome Clothesline and then he goes up top and connects with a forearm to the head but Cody kicks out. Cody with an arm wringer and it sends Miz to the mat in pain. Miz with the Reality Check and he gets a near fall. Miz sets for the Skull Crushing Finale but Cody escapes and Miz is sent shoulder first into the ring post. Cody hits Beautiful Disaster but Miz kicks out at two.
Cody argues with the referee and then he kicks Miz in the arm and ribs. Cody tries to stomp on the abdomen but Miz blocks it and he tries for the figure four. Cody misses a Shining Wizard and Miz applies the figure four and Cody taps out.
After the match, Barrett gets up from the announce table and he shows Miz what he will be wrestling for on Sunday night.
Damien Sandow is walking in the back and we go to commercial.
We are back and on Sunday, CM Punk will be back . . . in between games 2 and 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals.
Damien Sandow has something to say before his match and he demands SILENCE. As he looks out at everyone, he cannot help but become physically ill. For the last year, all he has wanted to do is enlighten the unwashed masses. That is everyone else. He has realized that he has set the bar far too high so from here on, he will speak more slowly and he will use words that are more simple so that everyone can understand.
He says that he pledges to get his message across using physical means. This starts tonight and continues to the Payback Kick Off when he decimates . . . that means beat up very badly . . . their hero, Sheamus. You may not like this, but you will learn from it.
Match Number Two: Sin Cara versus Damien Sandow
The bell rings and the lights go down to Sin Cara Level. Sandow with a kick and forearm to Cara followed by kicks. Cara with punches and kicks to Sandow while Barrett criticizes the lighting. Sandow avoids the handspring move but he cannot avoid the head scissors. Cara avoids a clothesline and he kicks Sandow.
Cara with a side head lock but Sandow sends Cara into the turnbuckles. Sandow with a snap mare and a knee to the back before he applies a reverse chin lock. Cara with elbows but Sandow with a forearm. Cara escapes a belly-to-back suplex and Cara with an enzuigiri. Cara with a wrist lock and kick followed by a double jump corkscrew arm drag. Cara with a drop kick and Sandow goes to the floor. Cara teases a double jump move to the floor but Sandow runs up the ramp and Cara stays in the ring while we go to commercial.
We are back and Sandow with a slam and a boot to Cara. Sandow misses a splash into the corner and Cara tries for a wheelbarrow move but Sandow drives Cara face first into the mat. Sandow with knees and punches to Cara. Sandow with a boot to the abdomen. Sandow with a slam and then he pulls Cara over the apron and he connects with a forearm to the throat and he gets a near fall.
Sandow with a quarter nelson and chin lock. Sandow with an Irish whip but Cara with a super kick. Sandow with a shoulder tackle and he sets for the Elbow of Disdain and he connects. Sandow gets a near fall. Sandow stays with the reverse chin lock. Cara with kicks and Cara hits a handspring back elbow and a springboard cross body for a near fall.
Cara with a victory roll for a near fall. Cara with a flying arm drag but Cara is sent to the apron. Cara with an enzuigiri and then Cara goes up top for a Swanton but he misses when Sandow moves. Sandow with the Silencer for the three count.
Winner: Damien Sandow
We go to commercial.
We are back with a look at the situation between John Cena and Ryback leading into Payback.
We go to commercial.
Match Number Three: Brodus Clay and Tensai (with Cameron and Naomi) versus Jimmy and Jey Uso
Jimmy and Clay start things off and Jimmy with a chop. They lock up and Clay sends Jimmy to the mat. Brodus does some dancing while Jimmy takes his time getting back to his feet. Jimmy with an uppercut to the throat followed by a chop. Clay with a shoulder tackle and Jimmy rethinks his strategy and Jey tags in.
Tensai tags in as well. They lock up and Tensai with jabs and a thrust to the throat. Tensai with a head butt to the chest and a monkey flip. Tensai does some dancing. They lock up again and Jey with a side head lock and Jey holds on when Tensai tries for an Irish whip. Tensai misses a charge into the corner and Jey with a flying shoulder tackle. Jey does some dancing of his own.
They lock up and Clay tags in. They hit a double thrust to the throat but Clay misses a few elbow drop and Jimmy tags in. Jimmy with a savate kick to the midsection followed by a kick to the chest and a punch. Jimmy with a running forearm into the corner but Clay with a head butt to the chest. Clay with punches in the corner and a clothesline. Clay knocks Jey off the apron. Jimmy misses a splash into the corner and Clay with a Sheeeeplex and Clay Calls his Mama but Jey breaks it up. Tensai runs into a Samoan drop from Jey. Clay misses a splash and Jimmy tags in. They hit a double super kick followed by a superfly splash for the three count.
Winners: Jimmy and Jey Uso
We go to credits.