Torrie Wilson was in the hot tub with Billy Kidman, Spike Dudley and Funaki. The three cruiserweights started arguing over who could have beaten Rey for the title if they were in Chavo's position. Torrie got up to leave, and the arguing stopped as they all watched her exit. Funaki said "God Bless America".
Kenzo Suzuki, with Hiroko, vs. Billy Gunn. A clip of their match from Smackdown, which saw Suzuki get disqualified when Hiroko tossed powder at Gunn, was shown as Suzuki entered. They locked up, and Suzuki missed a chop in the corner. Billy Gunn teased doing the DX crotch chop, but didn't do it. Gunn grabbed a side headlock and hit a shoulderblock, but Suzuki hit a double thrust chop. Suzuki missed a kneedrop, and Gunn hit a fisherman's suplex for a two count. Gunn hit a neckbreaker for a two count. Suzuki hit a chop to the throat, then delivered his claw into a legtrip, but didn't cover. Suzuki hit a kneedrop and applied a nervehold. Gunn got out, and Suzuki kneed him in the gut. Gunn grabbed a cradle from nowhere for a two count, but Suzuki broke out and chopped him, then hit a kneedrop. Suzuki did a vertical suplex for two, then applied a stretch plum variation. Gunn broke out, but Suzuki hit a series of chops. Gunn rallied with punches and clotheslines, then hit a avalanche in the corner. Suzuki ducked a Famasser, and kicked Gunn's leg out from under him. Suzuki hit a sloppy Shining Wizard, but Gunn came back with a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker for two. Suzuki hit a low blow, unseen by the referee, then hit a reverse DDT to the knee (I think he was trying to drive Gunn's head into his knee, but it looked horrible) for the win at the nine minute mark. Winner: Kenzo Suzuki.
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