John Cena vs. Randy Orton (Hell in a Cell Match; winner becomes the new #1 contender for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship)
Winner: And the new #1 contender for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, John Cena!
Results/Highlights: Orton and Cena started off their bout with a punching contest. Orton quickly whipped out a steel chair, but Cena stopped Orton from using it. Cena landed a suplex that only managed to keep Orton down shortly. Orton picked up the chair and slammed it right into Cena’s ribs. Orton landed a DDT right after Cena looked to land an Attitude Adjustment later on. Orton brought Cena near the cage and rubbed his face into the harsh Hell in a Cell. Orton then continued to work over Cena by landing a few strikes and a nice clothesline. Orton then taunted in front of the vivacious crowd before turning around to meet a Cena clothesline. Orton fought out of a pin attempt and responded to Cena with more vicious attacks. Orton pulled Cena to the outside once again and flung him right into the cell. Back in the ring, Orton locked Cena in a chinlock. Cena then made a triumphant comeback by landing his signature sequence of moves. However, Orton stopped Cena’s Five Knuckle Shuffle with a gut kick and a powerslam. Orton then went for his ring apron DDT, but Cena recovered and backdropped him to the outside. Cena threw Orton’s back into the cage two times before Orton picked Cena up and drove his groin first into the steel ring post. As Cena hung on, Orton hit his signature neckbreaker on the outside. Both men continued to tear into each other by throwing each other into the cage. Cena got the better of it and brought in a table to the ring. Cena looked to put Orton down with an Attitude Adjustment through the bale, but Orton fought out of it and landed a dropkick. Orton then threw Cena into the corner ring post while a steel chair was laid there from before. Cena soon made his back into the match by launching into his signature. Then out of nowhere, Cena got caught with an RKO after trying to go for a shoulder block. Orton only got a 2-count, though. Pissed off by Cena’s resilience, Orton threw Cena right through a table set up in the ring corner. Orton then spent his time sticking the bottom pair of steel ring steps into the ring while Cena was still laid out. Orton went for an RKO on the steel steps, but Cena hit his spinning back suplex on Orton on those same steel steps. Cena then hit his Five Knuckle Shuffle while Orton was still laid out on the steel steps. Cena went for for another AA, but Orton struck him down with a low blow. Orton went for his head punt, but Cena moved out of the way and locked in his STF. Orton crawled out of the ring to escape and narrowly dodged a steel ring step that was thrown in his direction by Cena. Orton ran back into the ring and was caught off guard with an AA. Orton kicked out, though. Once Cena went for another AA, Orton fell into a RKO counter. Cena kicked out himself. Cena landed another AA on Orton, but only managed to get another 2-count. Cena got desperate and pulled in another table and headed to the top rope to land his top rope leg drop, but Orton got up and stopped Cena. Orton headed back up the rope, but was finally put down with a top rope AA right through the table.
Sheamus (c) vs. The Miz (WWE United States Championship)
Winner: And still the WWE United States Champion, Sheamus!
Results/Highlights: Sheamus immediately went for his Brogue Kick, but Miz moved out of the way. Sheamus went right into mashing Miz down with repeated strikes (of course, Mizdow mimicked miz’s beatdown the entire time). Miz used his stunt double to get in the way of Sheamus and managed to get his offensive in. Miz used this time to keep Sheamus down with a bunches of punches and kicks here and there. Miz blocked off Sheamus with at several intervals with a few punches and even a DDT. Sheamus got distracted at several points by Mizdow, but he eventually caught Miz with his signature offense. Miz went for a top rope double axe handle but he was met with a sudden Brogue Kick. After the match, Sheamus had some fun with Miz and his stunt double as he put Miz through more punishment. Of course, Mizdow copied everything he did and even danced the YMCA dance. Sheamus landed a final Brogue Kick to put down Miz for good.
Big Show vs. Rusev
Results/Highlights: Big Show wasted no time in demolishing Rusev as he ran at him with several stuff punches. Rusev pushed Show away and got out of a chest chop by chopping Show in the throat. Rusev then injured Show’s ankle and slamming it down onto his shoulder. Rusev shocked the crowd by hitting Show with a suplex and even a nice dropkick. Rusev worked on Show’s injured leg for a while, but Show managed to lock in a surprising Hass of Pain submission hold on Rusev. Rusev made his way out but Show cut him back down with a bunch of moves including a spear. Show went for his chokeslam, but Rusev kicked him away. Rusev went for a superkick, but Show dodged him and then dropped Rusev with a chokeslam. Show only got a 2-count, though. Rusev fell to the outside and almost caught the wrath of a nearby Mark Henry. Rusev caught a distracted Show with several superkicks and even knocked down Henry. Rusev finally locked in his Accolade submission hold for the tap out victory. Henry’s distraction led to the Show’s downfall, it seems…
AJ Lee (c) vs. Paige (WWE Divas Champion)
Winner: And still the WWE Divas Champion, AJ Lee!
Results/Highlights: AJ and Paige got into an intense lockup session and then got into a back and forth move exchange. AJ got the better of it all though with her by landing a Lou Thesz press on the outside. AJ looked for a 2nd Lou Thesz press but Paige caught here by her legs and spun her into the ring barrier two times. Paige then pushed AJ into the corner and landed some nice back elbows and then locked her into a submission. AJ got her way back into the bout by stuffing her knees into a charging Paige and landing a nice sequence of moves on her. Paige made a comeback after stiffing AJ with a superkick. Once Paige locked AJ into her arms, she skipped around with her prone body before dropping her with a fall away slam. On the outside of the ring, both women fought near the ring barrier. Paige got tripped up by AJ and landed back first onto the ring barrier. Once AJ got Paige back into the ring, AJ locked in her Widows Peak submission for the win. After the bout, Paige blamed Alicia Fox for her loss.