Backstage: Batista and HHH
As we head to another commercial, we get a tease that another WWE Hall Of Fame inductee will be revealed when we return from the break. When we return from commercial, Batista is shown walking backstage. Triple H walks up to him and says he can’t have him going off on people like he just did. A “CM Punk” chant can be heard in the arena as HHH continues to talk. He asks Batista to keep his actions in the ring. Batista tells HHH that right now Alberto Del Rio is his business. HHH says that at the Elimination Chamber, Batista can have Del Rio. HHH says he’s just looking out for him. Batista says he guesses things really have changed around here.
WWE HOF Inductee
Amy “Lita” Dumas is confirmed as the newest addition to the WWE Hall Of Fame 2014 class. A video package highlighting her career with her peers discussing her career is shown.
Backstage: Road Dogg, Billy Gunn & Betty White
Backstage, Betty White is shown with the New Age Outlaws sitting together drinking tea and sitting on couches. Road Dogg does something to her tea. Before they go to drink it, she asks for some lemon. Billy Gunn and Road Dogg argue over who get to get it for her. They both leave. White switches her cup with Gunn’s. They all drink it.
The Usos vs. Curtis Axel & Ryback
When we return from commercial, Michael Cole apologizes for messing up a WWE Network free trial plug and Jerry Lawler apologizes for messing up a reference to the Betty White tea segment a moment ago. The Road Dogg and Billy Gunn join them on commentary. Curtis Axel is in the ring with Ryback. The Usos come out. Cole asks the Outlaws why they haven’t give The Usos a title shot as they have been requesting on the WWE App. Gunn is selling something being wrong with his stomach on commentary, obviously stemming from the tea stuff with Betty White earlier.
Meanwhile, Axel and Ryback double-team one of the Usos. Apparently Gunn is farting a lot as the announcers keep telling Gunn to stop it, even though he isn’t saying anything. They jokingly say that someone should turn his mic off. Axel and Ryback continue to dominate in the ring as the commentary is completing ignoring the action in the ring. Uso hits a big splash for the pin. The Usos win a match that was almost completely ignored on commentary.
Winners: The Usos
After The Match
After the match, Gunn grabs his ass and runs up the ramp. Apparently the tea has kicked in. The announcers laugh about it, blah blah blah.
U.S. Title Open Challenge: Dean Ambrose (c) vs.
Michael Cole reminds us of Dean Ambrose’s open challenge for the U.S. title from earlier in the show as we head to another break. Apparently that is up next. We head to commercial on that note.
When we return from commercial, The Shield’s music hits and Dean Ambrose makes his way to the ring through the crowd. along with Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins. Ambrose waits to see who accepts his challenge, and it’s none other than Mark Henry. Henry comes out smiling as Ambrose looks nervous in the ring.
Justin Roberts does the formal introductions as Reigns and Rollins exit the ring. The bell sounds and our U.S. title match is now officially underway. Henry over-powers Ambrose with ease a few times early on. Ambrose eventually uses his speed and quickness to attack the arm of Henry, which is heavily wrapped to sell the attack from Brock Lesnar several weeks ago.
Henry’s power is too much for Ambrose’s quickness, as Henry is back on the offensive attack on the U.S. champ. Ambrose pulls the brace off of Henry’s arm and again goes to work on the injured arm of Henry. Henry ends up throwing Ambrose out to the floor. We head to a mid-match commercial.
When we return from commercial, Henry is down in the center of the ring as Ambrose continues to work over the arm of Henry. We see some footage of what happened during the commercial break on the WWE App. Henry ends up fighting his way back in the match after throwing Ambrose off the top rope with one arm.
Henry hits Ambrose with a couple of clotheslines and a big slam. Henry ends up hitting the World’s Strongest Slam on Ambrose, but when he goes to pin him, Rollins breaks the pin up. The ref calls for the bell and it appears as though Ambrose has been disqualified.
Winner via DQ: Mark Henry
After The Match
Henry is beating up Ambrose on the floor. Rollins tries jumping on his back to help him, but Henry manhandles him as well. Reigns up spearing him out of nowhere. The Shield’s music hits and they exit through the crowd. As they go to leave, however, The Wyatt Family cuts in. “We’re here.”
The Wyatt Family comes down to their music. When the lights come on, we see The Shield staring at them from the crowd. The hop back over the barricade and walk to the ring. The Wyatt Family approaches the ring as well. The Shield jump up on the ring apron. The Wyatt Family does the same. The crowd is popping for all of this, by the way. This looks really cool. Roman Reigns enters the ring. Bray Wyatt nearly does but decides not to. The crowd boo’s. The Wyatt Family back-peddals back up the ramp as The Shield stares them down from inside the ring. We head to commercial.
When we return from commercial,
AJ Lee, Alicia Fox & Aksana vs. Cameron & The Bella Twins
AJ Lee and Nikki Bella kick things off. Bella throws AJ down early. Nikki continues to beat up AJ, so she tags in Aksana. After working over Aksana briefly, the heel Diva takes over the offense momentum in the match.
Several tags later, Alicia Fox and Brie Bella are in the ring battling back-and-forth. Brie tags Cameron in. Cameron takes the hot tag and is flying all over the place on the heel Diva trio. We see Eva Marie checking on Nikki outside the ring. Aksana tags back in and within seconds Cameron hits a big DDT on her for the pin. 1-2-3. Cameron and The Bella’s win.
Winners: Cameron & The Bella Twins