Team Total Divas vs. Team Not Total Divas
Eva Marie starts things off for her team. Kaitlyn starts things off for her team. The announcers argue a bunch about a ton of different topics, talking about pretty much any and everything except the action in the ring. Summer Rae is in the ring now beating up Cameron. She quickly tags out to Aksana. Aksana goes to work on Cameron. Cameron finally makes the tag to Nikki Bella who clotheslines Aksana down. All ten Divas end up in the ring. When the smoke clears, Nikki and Aksana remain. Summer Rae comes up on the apron screaming, but Bella knocks her off. Aksana uses the distraction, however, to pick up the pin over Nikki.
Winners: Team Not Total Divas
Backstage: Brad Maddox & The Authority
Backstage, Brad Maddox apologizes for the referee screwing up the pin in the Great Khali and Damien Sandow match to Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. Stephanie says she’s impressed with him tonight. Maddox says he’s got their favorites ready to come back at Old School RAW next week.
Daniel Bryan vs. Luke Harper
Daniel Bryan makes his way to the ring. We head to commercial. When we return from commercial, The Wyatt Family make their entrance. Remember, the rules here state that if Bryan defeats Luke Harper, who he will be facing first, he then has to beat Erick Rowan next. If he can beat them both, he gets to get his hands on Bray Wyatt. The bell sounds and Bryan runs right at Harper and goes straight to work. Bryan throws a ton of kicks at the legs of Harper early on. Bryan puts Harper in a surfboard type submission hold, which Harper survives. Harper is now dominating Bryan, beating him from one side of the ring to the other. Harper hits Bryan with a gator roll now, as he continues to punish the smaller guy. Bryan starts to make a comeback, but ends up getting stopped short by Harper, who is now beating up Bryan some more as we head to a mid-match commercial. When we return from commercial, Harper is still beating up Bryan. We see some footage from the WWE App of Harper working over Bryan on the floor during the break. Bryan is using his speed now and seems to be in the midst of a legit comeback this time. Bryan ducks as Harper runs at him, pulling down the top rope and sending Harper flying out to the floor. Bryan hits a typical DB-dive through the ropes onto Harper on the floor. He rolls in the ring and immediately hits a second running-dive onto Harper on the floor. Bryan hits a missile dropkick on Harper off the top rope. Bray Wyatt is shown shouting instructions to Harper from his rocking chair at ringside as Bryan continues to kick Harper all over the ring. Harper hits a huge seated-powerbomb on Bryan off the top rope for a near fall. Ouch. We get some much-deserved replays off that. Harper is now stalking Bryan and picking his shots, as he’s once again in control of the match. Bryan ends up catching Harper out of nowhere with the “Yes! Lock.” Harper escapes and nails Bryan with a big boot to the face. Bryan hits the Running Knee out of nowhere. 1-2-3. Bryan wins.
Winner: Daniel Bryan
Daniel Bryan vs. Erick Rowan
As soon as Bryan wins, Erick Rowan comes in and attacks Bryan from behind. The ref pushes Rowan into the corner and forces him to allow Bryan up before starting the match. The bell sounds and Rowan jumps right back on top of him. Rowan throws Bryan out to the floor. Rowan throws Bryan into the ringside steps. Rowan hits a weird slam on Bryan on the announce table. We get a shot of Bray Wyatt looking on, smiling at what Rowan is doing to Bryan. On that note, we head to a mid-match commercial.
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