WWE SmackDown (Airing Friday):
Kane pinned Seth Rollins in 9:50. Kane won with the choke slam. Directly after it went into Daniel Bryan vs. Roman Reigns.
Roman Reigns beat Daniel Bryan by DQ in 9:33. Kane punched Reigns in the face and got Bryan disqualified. Kane and Bryan argued afterwards. The live crowd wanted them to “hug it out.”
Damien Sandow came out with another mental challenge. First he took a cheap shot at Edmonton and said they were stupid for giving away Wayne Gretzky for nothing 25 years ago. Sandow began to explain the rules for his ball game challenge when he was interrupted by Sheamus. Sandow tried to cheat Sheamus and got a Brogue Kick for his efforts.
Ryback defeated Kofi Kingston in 2:25. Ryback came out in an ambulance. Kofi got the upper hand right away but was Shellshocked and pinned. Afterward, Ryback powerbombed Kofi through three tables. Kofi was then carried out by paramedics.
Big E Langston (w/AJ Lee) beat Alberto Del Rio in 4:30. Langston dominated the beginning of the match. Del Rio tried to get the upper hand but could not. AJ got in a cheap shot at one point. Big E won by pinfall.
Curtis Axel beat Sin Cara in 2:05. Axel talked about how he beat both John Cena and Triple H and that makes him great. Axel then beat Cara with the Perfect Plex. On the plus side, Sin Cara did not mess up; great job!
Chris Jericho spoke about how he will beat C.M. Punk at the WWE Payback pay-per-view.
Chris Jericho defeated Cody Rhodes in 5:05. Quick, back and forth, fast paced match with Jericho winning by submission.
Randy Orton defeated U.S. Champion Dean Ambrose by DQ in 12:45. Great match with great pacing. Orton won by DQ when the other two members of The Shield interfered and attacked Orton. Team Hell No came in for the save.
Theodore Long came out and restarted the match as a 6 man tag match (this was likely a dark match).
Team Hell No and Randy Orton beat The Shield by DQ at 3:50. Lilian Garcia thanked everyone for coming.
Overall it was a great show. WWE kept the crowd going with video packages during breaks. Daniel Bryan was by far the fan favorite.