Location: Corpus Christi, TX
Date: August 1, 2014
Commentators: Michael Cole and JBL
Jack Swagger (w/ Zeb Colter) vs.. Cesaro
Swagger takes Cesaro down with a waistlock and tries to twist his leg, but Cesaro gets away so Swagger connects with some right hands in the corner. Cesaro catches Swagger with a thumb to the eye, and then he slams him on the mat and punches him before whipping him into the ropes. Swagger catches him with an elbow, then he goes for a Swagger Bomb but Cesaro catches him and throws him on the floor as we go to a break. We get back to see Cesaro setting up a superplex but Swagger counters, then he jumps off the turnbuckles but Cesaro catches him with a diving uppercut for two. Cesaro hits a double underhook powerbomb for two, then he kicks Swagger in the face, and tries to do it again but Swagger catches his foot and makes him tap out to the Patriot Lock.
Lana and Rusev come out and Lana says the Russian flag is the real red, white and blue, and they are challenging Zeb and Swagger to a flag match at SummerSlam. Zeb says Americans don’t run, so they accept, and he leads the fans in a ‘We The People’ chant while Swagger waves an American flag around.
Winner – Jack Swagger
Randy Orton comes out to talk about why he attacked Roman Reigns, and he dares Reigns to face him at SummerSlam because he will put him down for good. He says Reigns will get a beating just like the one he got on Monday night, and that is something Reigns can believe in.
R-Truth vs. Bo Dallas
Bo tries to avoid Truth but Truth pulls him outside and hits him a few times, then Bo tries to steal a rollup when he gets back in. Truth gets a backslide for two before Bo slams him in the corner, then he kicks Truth in the head and does it repeatedly, getting disqualified. Bo continues to beat up Truth and knees him a few times, then the ref pulls him back and Bo says he BO-lieves that Truth got what is coming to him.
Winner (by disqualification) – R-Truth
Rosa Mendes vs. WWE Divas champion AJ Lee in a non-title match
Rosa taunts AJ and yells at her, but AJ just puts her in the Black Widow and makes her tap out. AJ celebrates on the stage but Paige runs in and tackles her off the stage. AJ goes flying onto the floor and Paige says AJ is fine, and they are still best friends, then skips away while trainers help AJ up.
Winner – AJ Lee
Dean Ambrose vs. Kane & Seth Rollins
Kane hits Ambrose in the corner and kicks him in the face, then Rollins tags in and works on Ambrose’s arm before Kane throws him into the ringpost. Rollins taunts Ambrose as Kane slams his arm into the post, then he charges the corner but Ambrose kicks him in the face and hits the ropes. Kane counters with a sidewalk slam, then Rollins gets back in and sets up a powerbomb but Ambrose backdrops him and follows with a clothesline. He sends Rollins to the floor and throws Kane out with him, and then Ambrose hits a suicide dive and rolls Rollins back in. Kane runs at him but Ambrose drop toe holds him into the steps, then Ambrose charges Rollins in the ring and repeatedly punches him in the corner. Ambrose stomps him several times and hiptosses Rollins, then he chokes him on the ropes but Kane pulls him outside and whips him into the timekeeper’s area. Kane waits for Ambrose to come back in and turns to Rollins, and Ambrose surprises them with a few chair shots before Kane knocks him down. Kane calls for a chokeslam but Ambrose counters, and then he kicks him and hits a DDT on the chair as Rollins runs away.
Result – No Contest
After a clip reel showing recent events, Renee Young asks Chris Jericho for his thoughts on the Wyatt Family. Jericho says he finally got his hands on them, but three on one is a hard number to overcome, and that’s why there a stipulation in place for tonight. He says if he wins he will ensure there’s no interference at SummerSlam, and he will do whatever it takes to make sure the Wyatt Family will never be the same again.
Fandango vs. Diego (w/ El Torito, Summer Rae & Layla)
Fandango hits Diego a few times and knocks him down, then he gets into an argument with Summer and Layla before snapping Diego’s head on the ropes. Summer and Layla start dancing with Torito to distract Fandango, and Diego drops him with a DDT for the win.
Winner – Diego
Dolph Ziggler vs. Alberto Del Rio
Dolph Ziggler hits an elbow before Alberto flapjacks him, then he charges the corner but Dolph sidesteps him and follows with a splash. Alberto comes back with a German suplex for two, then Dolph knocks Alberto down but Miz interrupts them by continuing his acceptance speech on the commentary table. Alberto goes for a rollup but Dolph kicks out, then he ducks an enziguiri and hits a Fameasser for two. Miz thanks Dolph for letting Miz win the title, then Miz says Dolph just isn’t as good as him and Dolph chases him down. Miz jumps the guardrail but Dolph hits him a few times, then he rolls back in but Alberto catches him in the Cross Armbreaker and makes him tap out.
Winner – Alberto Del Rio
Chris Jericho vs. Erick Rowan (w/ The Wyatt Family)
Rowan throws Jericho in the corner and hits him a few times, then Jericho tries to attack but Harper hits him from the floor. The ref catches him and tosses him out, and then Bray tells him to leave as we go to a commercial. We get back from a break to see Rowan hit a backbreaker, and then Rowan elbows him and throws him into the barricade. Rowan whips him but Jericho kicks him in the face, then he goes for a crossbody but Rowan catches him. Jericho counters with a cradle DDT for two, and then he kicks Rowan a few times and connects with a missile dropkick and follows with an enziguiri.
Jericho hits a Lionsault for two, then Rowan elbows Jericho in the face and drops him with a shoulder tackle after Bray screams at him. Rowan places Jericho on the turnbuckles and tries to set up a slam, but Jericho hits him so Rowan clubs him in the back and runs at him. Jericho kicks him and leaps towards him, but Rowan kicks him in the face for a near fall, then he tries to slam him down again but Jericho catches him with a Codebreaker for the win. Jericho motions to Bray that this was one down and two to go (Harper, then Bray) and Bray throws his hat and paces, but ends up leaving.
Winner – Chris Jericho