Location: Evansville, IN
Date: May 14, 2015
Commentators: Tom Phillips, Byron Saxton, and Jerry Lawler
Dean Ambrose comes out and talks about what happened on Monday night, and says he still has one thing to say to Roman Reigns. He waits for Reigns to enter the arena, and Reigns says he knew what Ambrose would do, and it’s his time. Reigns says he is bringing the big guns, and they still might be brothers, but he wants Ambrose to bring that fight too. Kane cuts them off and says they should worry about getting to Payback, but Ambrose says he has something to worry about too. Ambrose says Kane might get fired, but Kane says he will still be here, and Ambrose is going to face Sheamus right now.
Sheamus vs. Dean Ambrose
Sheamus hits a shoulder block before Ambrose traps his legs, then Sheamus kicks him and whips him at the ropes. Ambrose tries to rebound but Sheamus knocks him outside and sends him into the barricade as we go to a break. We get back to see Ambrose duck a kick to clothesline Sheamus outside, and then he hits a suicide dive on the floor. Ambrose heads up top but Sheamus cuts him off, then he tries to slam Ambrose on the ringpost, but Ambrose sends Sheamus into it and rolls him up for the win.
Winner: Dean Ambrose
Lana and Rusev enter the ring and Rusev screams at the fans to shut up, then Lana apologizes for doing the Fandango dance. She reads an apology letter and asks for forgiveness, and then Rusev says John Cena will lose on Sunday. He says Cena lacks focus, and he plays a looped video of Cena saying ‘I Quit’ in a promo.
Seth Rollins (w/ J&J Security) vs. Ryback
Bray Wyatt runs out and tackles Ryback during his entrance, and the ref checks on Ryback as Bray laughs into a commercial break. We get back to see Ryback is continuing the match, and Rollins throws him outside after kicking him a few times. Ryback beats the ten count in but Rollins hits a DDT for two, then he hits a neckbreaker before Ryback slams him in the corner. He catches Rollins off the turnbuckles and hits a powerslam, then he prevents Mercury from interfering and Rollins kicks him in the head. Rollins knees him in the head, then he superkicks him and taunts him, and superkicks him again and makes the cover.
Winner: Seth Rollins
Naomi tells Renee Young that she is tired of being overlooked, and she has been here for years and has nothing to show. She says Tamina and herself are just doing what they should, and the other Divas are in their way. Naomi says Nikki Bella is a joke and Brie is a quitter like her husband, then she says she’s a good girl being bad to get things done.
Tyson Kidd (w/ Cesaro & Natalya) vs. Kofi Kingston (w/ The New Day)
Kofi takes Kidd down early on, but Kidd knocks him outside and dives on him. Big E jumps on the apron but Cesaro knocks him down, then Woods jumps up but Nattie grabs his legs and Kidd enziguiris him. Kofi tries to steal a rollup, but Kidd rolls through and makes Kofi tap out to the Sharpshooter.
Winner: Tyson Kidd
Bo Dallas vs. Neville
Bo cuts a promo about Daniel Bryan leaving WWE, then the match starts after a break, and we see Neville kick Bo a few times. Neville hits an enziguiri, and then he heads up top and hits Red Arrow for the win.
After the match, Bad News Barrett stands on the commentary table and says Neville is no challenge to his crown. He makes fun of Neville for dressing up in a funny costume (ignoring his own King’s garb) and asks the fans to stand and say ‘All Hail King Barrett.’
Rosa Mendes and Adam rose are shown canoodling in the back, and they ask the hot dog guy to stop watching. The hot dog says he is actually Carl, and wants to know when they are getting paid, but Rose says they aren’t. Rose shoves him and the rest of the Rosebuds check on Carl, then Rose says the party’s over, but Rosa says it’s not, and they make out.
Kane vs. Roman Reigns
Kane attacks Reigns before the bell and whips him into the steps, then they make it in the ring and the match officially starts. Kane sends him back outside and whips the steps at Reigns, but Reigns ducks and beats him with a kendo stick. Reigns continues to attack, and we get back from a break to see Reigns block a chokeslam. He kicks Kane in the face and hits a diving clothesline off the commentary table, and then he brings two tables into the ring.
Kane hits him from behind and slams him to get a near fall, and then Kane starts setting the tables up. Reigns knocks him down and goes for a spear, but Kane catches him and chokeslams him through a table. Kane gets a near fall, then he sets up another table in the corner, but Reigns tags him with a Superman punch, then spears him through the table and makes the cover.
Winner: Roman Reigns
Renee Young asks Seth Rollins backstage what he thought of tonight’s events, and Rollins says it’ll take a lot more than that to beat him. Renee backs away as Dean Ambrose walks in, eating cookies, and then he slams a cookie tray in Rollins face and starts a fight. They gang up on him but Reigns rushes in and slams them all into some equipment, and then Ambrose fights back and gets up. They have a brief staredown, then Reigns goes to shake Ambrose’s hand, but Ambrose fakes him out and picks up the title. Ambrose looks and places it on Reigns’ shoulder, and says Reigns shouldn’t worry, because he will take it for good on Sunday.