Match Number One: Jimmy Uso (with Jey Uso) versus Jinder Mahal (with Heath Slater)
They lock up and Mahal with an arm drag and he does some air guitar to celebrate. They lock up and Jimmy with a side head lock but Mahal sends Jimmy to the mat. Mahal retreats into the corner but Jimmy with a punch and chops. Mahal with an Irish whip but Jimmy with a punch. Mahal pulls Jimmy off the turnbuckles and Mahal kicks Jimmy.
Mahal with a series of knees to the chest and he gets a near fall. Mahal with a short arm clothesline for a near fall. Mahal with an Irish whip and he chokes Jimmy in the ropes. Jimmy with a punch but Mahal with kicks and a knee drop to the throat. Jimmy sends Mahal over the top rope to the floor and then he goes to the apron and he hits a flying clothesline off the apron.
Jimmy sends Mahal back in and Slater distracts Jimmy long enough to allow Mahal to recover and he hits a swinging neck breaker in the ropes and gets a near fall. We go to commercial.
We are back and Mahal has Jimmy in a reverse chin lock. Jey gets the crowd behind Jimmy and that allows him to get a second wind but Mahal with a back elbow and kicks. Mahal with a rear chin lock. Jimmy gets back to his feet and he hits a belly-to-back suplex and both men are down.
Jimmy with a few clotheslines followed by a savate kick and a Samoan drop. Jimmy sends Mahal into the corner for the running butt splash and it connects. Jimmy gets a near fall. Mahal kicks Jimmy in the head and he hits the high knee but Jimmy kicks out at two. Mahal tries for the camel clutch but Jimmy grabs the arms and he gets a rollup for a near fall.
Mahal with a slam and he gets a near fall. Mahal tries for a full nelson slam but Jimmy escapes and hits a savate kick. Jimmy goes up top and hits the Superfly splash and gets the three count.
Winner: Jimmy Uso
We go to commercial.
We are back with a look back at Vickie Guerreroâ€™s claims that based on some footage in a hallway of a hotel that John Cena and A.J. Lee are involved in a romantic relationship. John and A.J. deny it but that is not enough to convince Vickie that her delusions are wrong.
We go to commercial.
Match Number Two: Justin Gabriel versus Tensai
Gabriel uses his speed to avoid Tensai at the start of the match. Gabriel tries for a drop toe hold but Tensai does not go down and he kicks Gabriel. Justin tries for a waist lock but Tensai backs Gabriel into the corner and connects with an elbow. Gabriel with kicks but Tensai with an uppercut. Gabriel with shoulders from the apron and then he goes for a springboard move but Tensai pushes Justin to the floor and Gabriel holds his ankle.
Tensai goes to the floor and he takes Gabriel down with a clothesline. Tensai with an elbow drop and punch followed by another elbow drop. Tensai with a head butt and another elbow drop. Tensai sends Gabriel into the turnbuckles and he connects with head butts. Tensai with a shoulder tackle.
Tensai works on the shoulder but Gabriel wit forearms. Tensai with chops and a leg drop to the arm. Tensai with an arm bar and we go to commercial.
We are back and Gabriel with a kick and forearms but Tensai with a boot to the head. Tensai with a delayed butterfly suplex for a near fall. Gabrielâ€™s shoulder is sent into the turnbuckles. Tensai puts the arm in the ropes and then he connects with head butts to the shoulder. Tensai with a hard Irish whip. Gabriel with a punch and then he applies a nerve hold.
Gabriel with punches when he gets to his feet and Tenai pulls Gabriel to the mat and he returns to the arm and he works on the wrist. Tesnai with a slam and he tries for a second one but Gabriel gets to his feet and he hits a spin kick.
Tensai with a clothesline that flips Gabriel but Tensai can only get a two count. Tensai with a Vader Bomb but Gabriel gets his shoulder up. Tensai sets for a power bomb but Gabriel is able to counter and he gets a near fall. Tensai misses a splash into the corner and Gabriel with a rollup for the three count.
Winner: Justin Gabriel
We go to commercial.
We are back with Brad Maddoxâ€™s explanation from Raw.
We go to credits.