Originally written on cheap-heat  |  Last updated 11/16/14
Alberto Del Rio vs. Big E Langston The two lock up. ADR sends Big E into the corner and unloads with several kicks. Big E counters with a suplex in the middle of the ring. Big E kicks Del Rio a few times before launching him into turnbuckle once more. Del Rio counters with a kick. As Langston goes for a clothesline, Del Rio ducks, and Big E goes over. Del Rio then launches himself out of the ring and into Langston. Del Rio gets him back into the ring, and AJ provides a distraction for a counter by Langston. We come back from commercial with Del Rio locked in a choke hold from Big E. ADR goes to the turnbuckle, but Big E catches his in midair and hits with three slams onto his knee for a 2 count. Big E plants his knee into Del Rio. Del Rio counters with several kicks. Big E moves, and Alberto goes flying into the turnbuckle for another 2 count. Big E locks in another choke hold. Del Rio powers his way out of it, only for Big E to slam him to the mat once more. Langston applies yet another choke hold. Del Rio got out and tried for a roll-up, but Langston hit him with a clothesline. ADR brings out a few more kicks and punches, but Big E brings out more powerful counters. Del Rio hits a DDT from the turnbuckle. ADR hits a clothesline followed by a back breaker. Big E hit a clothesline out of nowhere for another 2 count. Big E launches into the steel post as Del Rio moved. Del Rio hit nine elbows to the back, and they each trade counters, Del Rio gets in a two count. ADR goes for the cross-arm-breaker, but Langston hit a belly-to-belly throw for a two count. Big E takes down his straps, but ADR locks in his submission out of nowhere! Big E picked him up, and slammed him for a two count. As Big E went for the Big Ending, Del Rio countered with a roll-up for the victory! Winner: Del Rio (15:30) -We get a re-cap of the Last Man Standing match from Extreme Rules.   The Uso’s vs. Drew McIntyre and Jinder Mahal Mahal and Jimmy start. They lock up. Mahal hits a kick to the gut, and then they each trade blows. Jey gets the tag in. The Uso’s do a little bit of double teaming. Jey slams Mahal. Jinder counters and tags in Drew. McIntyre nailed several kicks to Jey in the corner. Jey lands several arm hits, and then tags in Jimmy for a two count. As Jimmy goes for a counter, McIntyre kicked Jimmy right in the gut. He covers Jimmy for a two. Mahal gets tagged in, and they double team. Mahal gets in several offensive moves for a two count. Drew tags in. The Uso and McIntyre trade hits/kicks. Mahal comes in with a neck hold on Jimmy. Jimmy hits an impressive kicking counter. Jey tags in and hit some quick offensive moves. As Jey goes up to the turnbuckle, McIntyre provides a distraction and Mahal trips Jey. We come back from commercial with Jey locked in an arm lock form McIntyre. Jey gets out of it, and trades kicks with Drew. Mahal gets tagged in. Jinder hits several knees to Jey, followed by a swinging neck breaker for a two. Mahal locks in another neck hold on Jey. Jey tries to get out of Mahal’s reach, but he couldn’t get to Jimmy. Jey finally counters with a slam and a hot tag to both Jimmy and McIntyre. Jimmy is able to hit all of his Rikishi-like moves. All of the sudden, an ambulance comes out with Ryback in it! He goes after Slater, and drags him to the ambulance. We returm the the match, where Jey Uso hits the splash for a three count! Winners: The Uso’s (14:50) -We get a re-cap from Raw of the match between Triple H and Curtis Axel. Cole says that Hunter is suffering symptoms of a concussion. That concludes this weeks show. Source: WrestlingNewsWorld.com
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