-Tom Phillips & Byron Saxton are on commentary.
-Triple H’s music hits to get things started.
-Triple H explains why Daniel Bryan was stripped of the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. He explains it was because of the fans, and that their is a need for a fighting champion. Triple H guarantees history will be made at the Money in the Bank PPV when a new champion will be crowned.
-Triple H takes us too 2 weeks ago with Seth Rollins turning on The Shield.
-Triple H welcomes Seth Rollins to the ring.
-Seth Rollins explains the feeling was unbelievable turning on The Shield, and that Dean Ambrose & Roman Reigns are destined for nothing. He goes on to say you can’t set around. You’ve got to cease the opportunities and that’s why he adapted and evolved. He thanks Triple H. Dolph Ziggler’s music hits and here comes the show-off.
-Dolph calls Seth Rollins some names and says he takes the right way to success which makes him the best at this!
-Both men will face off in the main event.
-WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos make their entrance.
-The lights go out and come back on. Luke Harper & Eric Rowan are in the ring when they do.
Match 1: Jimmy Uso Vs. Luke Harper – Single
Luke Harper catches Jimmy off the ropes and beats him down. He gets tripped up into the ropes, Jimmy splashes on Harpers back. Both men are running back and forth until Jimmy Uso meets Harper with a crossbody. Jimmy can’t keep momentum and is slung hard into the ropes. Luke Harper now using the ropes to his advantage. Luke Harper with a verticle suplex for a one count then he begins his gator roll. Jimmy Uso gets to his feet but is knocked down for a second before getting up again and connects on a twisting backflip off the turnbuckles. Harper set up in the corner now as Jimmy runs towards him, but harper meets him with a wicked big boot. Jimmy dumps Harper outside the ring. Jimmy attempts his flying dive outside the ring, but is met with a elbow from Harper in the ropes. Both men now back in the ring as Harper goes for and misses a clothesline which leads to a superkick rollup for the win.
Winner: Jimmy Uso
-Replays of the match are shown. The Usos continue to celebrate while Eric Rowan and Luke Harper look on.
-Back Live Kofi Kingston is making a BOOMING entrance to the ring! Kofi in a video interview tells Rusev to take his ball and go home if he don’t like the USA.
-Lana is out next. She calls all America overweight and fat and a real women looks like her. She calls Vladimir Putin a strong man.
-Rusev is out next waving the Russian flag.
Match 2: Kofi Kingston Vs. Rusev – Single
Kofi playing hard to get but gets caught and clubbed from behind. Rusev now with a beat down of kicks. Kofi now in the corner gets his legs up and follows up with a clothesline. Rusev grabs Kofi though and Kofi nails a flying crossbody. Kofi corners Rusev and nails 10 punches before Rusev repeatedly knees Kingston in the back. Kofi gets dumped outside the ring and the beat down continues. Kofi back in it with a dropkick knocking Rusev loopy only for Rusev to comeback and nail a huge superkick. Rusev locks on the accolade submission forcing Kofi to tap.
-the Russian flag drops. Replays of the match are shown.
-Renee Young interviews Summer Rae asking why Summer dumped milk on Layla this past Monday on RAW? Summer doesn’t get to say much as Layla beats her with what looks like a box of cat litter then dumps a gallon of milk on Summer Rae.
-Dolph Ziggler’s music hits and here comes the TWO time World champion otherwise known as the most underrated misused guy on the WWE roster.
-Seth Rollins makes his entrance in his old Shield gear and new theme music.
Match 3: Dolph Ziggler Vs. Seth Rollins – Single
Rollins suckers Ziggler in and locks on a neck hold. Rollins with a shoulder drop only for Ziggler to come up with a arm drag into a neck hold of his own. Ziggler this time with a shoulder drop followed up by a dropkick. Rollins sends Ziggler head first into the turnbuckle outside the ring.
Rollins with 3 suplexes. Ziggler crawls into the ropes and Seth Rollins uses them to his advantage breaking at the refs count of 4. Seth Rollins gets put in the sleeper hold but gets out running Dolph into the turnbuckles. Ziggler has all the momentum on his side with a running crossbody, back body drop, and elbow after elbow. Rollins counters Ziggler into somewhat of a twisting neck breaker. Seth Rollins gets caught with a dropkick in mid-air. Seth Rollins thrown over the ropes but catches himself on the apron following Ziggler up with a kick to the ear. Rollins comes up empty after jumping off the ropes as Ziggler capitalizes into a Zig-Zag. Rollins takes a beating in the corner before carrying Ziggler across the ring throwing him into the turnbuckles followed up with the facestomp.
Winner: Seth Rollins