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By Richard Trionfo on 2013-03-23 11:23:27
Welcome to the second episode in the Mick Foley era and he has made a match with Epico and Primo facing the Great Khali.

We take a look a the three men in this match, but will Epico and Primo use the numbers game to counter the size and power of Khali?

Your announcers are Josh Mathews and Brad Maddox.

Match Number One: Great Khali (with Natalya) versus Epico and Primo (with Rosa Mendes)

Primo goes after Khali first and Khali sends him to the mat. Epico tries but he fails as well. Epico and Primo with kicks to the leg as they try to do their best to evade Khali. Khali pushes Primo into Epico and both men are down. Epico takes Khali to the mat and they start to work on the legs. Primo goes to the apron and Epico tries to assist him with a slingshot senton but Khali moves. Epico misses a slingshot elbow drop. Khali chops Primo and then he pushes Epico off the apron. Primo runs into a boot.

Khali chops Primo and then he sends him into the turnbuckles. Khali with a chop across the chest and Primo is in pain. Khali sends Primo over the top rope to the floor. Epico with a shoulder and he tries for a sunset flip by sliding under Khali. Khali does not go over and Khali drops down and gets the three count.

Winner: Great Khali

We go to commercial.

We are back with highlights from our opening match.

Natalya is with Mick Foley in the back. Mick mentions Natalya’s work in Rwanda. He says that he is proud to be the new General Manager.

Damien Sandow interrupts. He tells Mr. Foley that as the intellectual leader of the unwashed masses, he finds it offensive that he was overlooked for the General Manager position for Mick Foley, he is the poster child for the unwashed masses.

We hear a really and Miz arrives in the interview area. Miz says the way he sees it, Foley will do a better job than someone in their daddy’s bathrobe. Miz says Foley is pretty smart for making him the main character in Mick’s latest children’s book.

Foley asks Sandow if he is well read and Foley mentions Sense and Sensibility. Mick says that he is getting the sense that Miz and Sandow don’t like each other, so the sensible thing will be to put them in a match. That match will take place next.

Natalya tells Mick that she loves Sense and Sensibility and Mick mentions that he never really read the book.

We take a look at The Miz, who is the person in the Saturday Morning Spotlight.

We go to commercial.

We are back and Damien Sandow has something to say but he demands silence first. He says that he is facing a man who is not only a WWE Superstar, but he is the star of a motion picture. He is the host of his own talk show. This may be impressive to everyone, but Mr. Mizanin is the embodiment of the phrase ‘Jack of all trades, but master of none.’

Damien says that he is a true renaissance man. Everyone knows that he is intellectually superior to the Miz and physically superior to the Miz while enlightening everyone.

Match Number Two: Miz versus Damien Sandow

They lock up and Sandow with a side head lock but Miz with a hammer lock. Sandow gets to the ropes and Miz releases the hold. Miz wants to wait a bit so he can take in the chants from the crowd. Sandow demands silence but he turns his back on Miz and Miz with a rollup for a near fall. Miz works on the arm and Sandow tries to roll through but Miz anticipates and he does the same.

Sandow with a shoulder to Miz in the corner followed by an Irish whip but Miz floats over and hits a clothesline. Miz with a suplex and he gets a near fall. Sandow with a punch and side head lock followed by a shoulder tackle. Miz blocks a hip toss and then Miz teases a punch and Sandow retreats to the floor as we go to commercial.

We are back and Miz with a back body drop and Miz with the Awesome Clothesline. Miz goes up top but he changes plans when Sandow moves. Sandow sends Miz over the top rope to the floor. Sandow rolls Miz back into the ring and he gets a near fall. Sandow with an Irish whip to the sternum and Miz goes down. Sandow walks across Miz’ chest and then he does the Cartwheel of Conquest.

Sandow with a slam and then he does the Elbow of Disdain and he gets a near fall. Sandow with an abdominal stretch. Miz is able to escape with a hip toss. Sandow tries to send Miz over the top rope and Miz lands on the apron. Miz slides under and gets a near fall. Miz with a Side Effect for a near fall.

Sandow with a shot to the midsection and he tries for a belly-to-back suplex and Miz lands on his feet. Miz blocks a kick and he tries for a figure four leg lock. Sandow sends Miz into the turnbuckles again and he gets a near fall with a rollup. Miz with a drop kick to the knee and he applies the figure four leg lock and Sandow taps.

Winner: Miz

Brodus Clay and Tensai are in the back and Mick Foley enters the locker room. Mick says that he is troubled. He showed them how to do the Dude Love dance, but now he wants to know how to do the horse dance.

Brodus and Tensai show Foley but they are interrupted by the whistle of Titus O’Neil. Darren wants to know what Foley is doing with the two hippos. Titus says that it looks like they have been taking all of the cake from children’s parties.

They exchange insults and then Titus tells Foley that he needs to learn their dance. Foley wants them to deliver. We see Titus and Darren do the Millions of Dollars Dance.

Foley wants to know which tag team is better in the ring. We will find out next week . . . RIGHT HERE . . . in the ring.

We go to credits.

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