Location: Lafayette, LA
Date: June 11, 2015
Commentators: Tom Phillips, Byron Saxton, and Jerry Lawler
Dean Ambrose starts the show talking about the crazy week he’s had, and Seth Rollins demands that he gets his title back. Ambrose jokes and says if he knew Rollins would get so upset he would’ve stopped, and drops it on the mat. Rollins picks it up and Ambrose tells him that’s just a replica, because he lost the real one in New Orleans, but he will bring it to Money In The Bank Sunday. Ambrose jumps the railing and leaves as Kane enters the arena, and informs Rollins he will face Dolph Ziggler.
WWE Intercontinental champion Ryback vs. The Miz in a non-title match
Miz showboats a bit but Ryback knocks him down and hits a long delayed vertical suplex for two. Miz rolls outside and throws Ryback into the commentary table, and then we get back to see Miz attempt a Figure Four. Miz gets a near fall after a slam, then he calls for a Skull Crushing Finale but Ryback blocks it and calls for a Meathook. Miz rolls outside but Ryback clotheslines him, then rolls him back in and sets up Shell Shocked. Miz grabs the top rope, then he hits Skull Crushing Finale but Ryback kicks out and Miz throws him in the corner. He teases hitting a Meathook of his own, but Ryback counters with a big clothesline and hits Shell Shocked for the win.
Big Show comes out and says he’s always done what he wants, when he wants, and he’s taking Ryback’s title Sunday. He says Ryback got lucky Monday, but reality is Ryback can’t beat him and he is no match for him.
Bad News Barrett vs. Jack Swagger
R-Truth steals Wade’s crown and cape and dances around ringside as Wade fights with Swagger in the corner. Wade ends up hitting a Bullhammer for the win, and asks what happened with his royal garments.
Winner: Bad News Barrett
Footage of Lana’s interview with Michael Cole is shown, and Rusev immediately interrupts and asks for her back. Lana says it’s over and storms off, and then Rusev screams at Cole and hits his crutches on the chairs.
Dolph Ziggler vs. WWE world heavyweight champion Seth Rollins in a non-title match
Rollins hits Dolph a few times and applies a headlock, and then Dolph breaks it and sends Rollins outside. He hits him on the floor a few times but Rollins whips him into the timekeeper’s area. We get back from a break to see Dolph fight out of a headlock, and then he goes for a DDT before Rollins goes for a superkick. Dolph gets a backslide and hits a Famouser for two, then he comes off the ropes but Rollins rolls through and hooks the tights for the win.
Winner: Seth Rollins
Paige vs. Alicia Fox
Paige hits Alicia a few times and applies a chinlock, and then Alicia hits her and heads up top. Paige hits her with a forearm and snaps her head on the top rope, and then she knees her and makes her tap to the PTO.
Roman Reigns, Randy Orton, and Neville vs. Sheamus, Kane, and Kofi Kingston (w/ The New Day) in a 6-man tag team match
Neville gets kicked a few times before he comes back with a springboard crossbody, then Sheamus tags in and stomps him in the corner. Orton gets in and Sheamus knees him a few times, then hits a backbreaker and taunts him. We get back from a break to see Neville being beaten down in the corner, and then they keep him isolated until Reigns finally gets the hot tag.
Reigns clotheslines Kofi and whips Woods in from the apron, then hits Kofi with a Samoan drop. Reigns calls for a Superman punch but Kane runs in and chokeslams him, but Orton connects with a RKO to Kane. Neville and Kofi each get their shots in, then Kofi tries to springboard in but Reigns Superman punches him and attempts a cover.
Big E and Woods run in and attack him for a disqualification, and then they hit a Midnight Hour combo and get the ladders from under the ring. Dolph Ziggler makes the save and clotheslines Kofi outside, and then Neville sets a ladder up as everyone fights on the floor. Neville takes them all out with a crossbody off the ladder, and then climbs back up and takes the briefcase down from the rafters to end the show.
Winner: Roman Reigns, Randy Orton, and Neville by disqualification