Back from the break and both men are in the ring for a SummerSlam rematch. They lock up and Sandow goes to work in the corner, beating Cody down. Rhodes turns it around but Sandow takes him back to the corner.
More back and forth. Cody ends up hitting a missile dropkick after springboarding in. Cody clotheslines Sandow out to the floor and suplexes him onto it. We take a break and come back to Sandow in control. Sandow nails the Elbow of Disdain and covers for 2. Cody ends up nailing a moonsault. Cody with a backdrop and clotheslines. Rhodes with more offense and a 2 count. Sandow blocks Cross Rhodes and drops Cody for a close 2 count. Cody ends up getting the win after a roll up.
Winner: Cody Rhodes
- RAW General Manager Brad Maddox is backstage. He shows us some comments Dolph Ziggler made about Triple H's actions at SummerSlam. Maddox announces Ziggler vs. The Shield in a handicap match for later on.
- We see Paul Heyman walking and he has his arm in a sling. Back to commercial.
- Back from the break and Paul Heyman is introduced. He's already in the ring as fans boo him. Heyman talks about CM Punk vs. Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam. Heyman admits Punk proved his worth last night. Heyman says Punk gave Lesnar all Lesnar could handle. Heyman asks where we go from here. He says it's time to end this family feud. Heyman says he's been more of a father to Punk than his own and says last night, Big Brother Brock slapped some sense into Punk. Heyman says he forgives Punk. Heyman says when Punk apologizes, he will take him back. Heyman says Punk is way better off with him. Heyman says he still loves Punk. Heyman is willing to put this behind them. Heyman says he will guide Punk back to the WWE Title and take him to the main event of WrestleMania. Heyman says together, they will be the best in the world. He sets the mic down and exits the ring.
- Still to come, Randy Orton's WWE Championship Coronation.
Back from the break and out first comes Cameron and Naomi. Layla is out next followed by WWE Divas Champion AJ Lee.
AJ and Layla attack their partners before the bell even starts. The bell rings and it's AJ going at it with Naomi. AJ with a neckbreaker for a 2 count. Cameron and Naomi end up getting the win after shocking Layla.
Winners: Cameron and Naomi
- Dolph Ziggler is backstage walking as we go to commercial.
The Shield vs. Dolph Ziggler
The Shield ends up getting the win after a Roman Reigns spear.
Winners: The Shield
Back from the break and out comes World Heavyweight Champion Alberto Del Rio. Sin Cara is out next.
Del Rio has made sure that the ring has Mexican flags for all of his matches now. Del Rio strikes first and beats Cara down. Cara dives out onto Del Rio and it looks like Cara has injured himself. Dr. Sampson checks on Cara but Del Rio brings him in the ring. The bell is called for. As the doc tries to check on Cara, Del Rio stomps on him and talks trash.
Winner by Referee Stoppage: Alberto Del Rio
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