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We see footage from last week where The Shield attacked Punk. Punk says he's been trying to figure out why The Shield attacked him all week. Punk says he just realized he's in denial, he knows why they attacked him but he wants to be wrong this one time. Punk brings up his words about Triple H from last week. Punk hopes he's wrong. He says surely Triple H isn't dense enough to kick a hornet's nest. Punk says if he's right, Triple H and The Authority are ignorant, stupid dumbasses. Stephanie McMahon's music hits and out she comes.
Stephanie says The Authority would not have The Shield attack him all because he called Triple H a bad name. Stephanie says it's beneath them. She says they have grown and matured but clearly Punk hasn't. Stephanie says they were just upset as Punk was when The Shield attacked him last week. Stephanie says they have bigger things to worry about tonight, like the TLC contract signing. Stephanie says if Punk has any more grievances, ask the Director of Operations and out comes Kane. Kane comes out and talks about his job description. Kane says The Authority had nothing to do with the attack. He says the issue is resolved. Kane asks if Punk has any questions. Punk asks when he became The Big Red Ass Kisser. They continue to have words and Punk threatens to put Kane to sleep. Kane walks to the ring but Stephanie stops him. The Shield's music hits and here they come through the crowd.
Punk grabs a steel chair and waits for The Shield as they surround the ring. Stephanie interrupts them and tells everyone to stop. She won't have a repeat of last week. She says Punk is to be respected and admired. Kane says respected, admired and challenged. Kane announces Punk vs. The Shield in a Handicap Match at the TLC pay-per-view.
- The announcers say The Authority now guarantees one man will emerge from TLC as the undisputed champion. Fans can go on the WWE App and vote for what the new champion should be called - Unified Champion, Undisputed WWE Champion or Undisputed World Champion.
#1 Contenders Match: Damien Sandow vs. Dolph Ziggler
Back from the break and Damien Sandow is cutting a promo while Big E Langston is on commentary. Ziggler is out next and takes control early on. Ziggler with dropkicks and pin attempts. Sandow blocks a sleeper and slides to the floor to regroup. Ziggler kicks him to the floor. Ziggler follows but Sandow drops him over the steel steps. Sandow brings it back in the ring for a 2 count.
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