Miz is in the ring for MizTV and he welcomes everyone to the show. He brings out his first guest, The Big Show. Miz brings out his second guest, Dolph Ziggler.
Miz says that they have something in common. They were standing on the stage with forty other Superstars when Daniel Bryan was attacked by the Shield after the Gauntlet Match. Then we see Randy Orton giving Bryan an RKO while Hunter glared at Big Show, Miz, and Dolph Ziggler.
Miz says that they were told that they had to watch the destruction of Daniel Bryan. If they interfered in any manner, they would no longer be WWE Superstars. If they interfered, their careers would be made a living hell.
Miz says that this is a free country and the WWE Universe should hear their opinions about how management is running the WWE. Miz gives Big Show the floor.
Show says that was one of the toughest things he had to do in his career. To stand there and watch that. He wants Dolph to speak.
Dolph tries to find the words to speak and he tells Big Show to finish his thoughts.
Miz says that he has always been outspoken and called a big mouth . . .
Triple H’s music interrupts and he makes his way to the ring with a smirk on his face. He makes his way to the ring.
Hunter says that before his music hit, Miz sounded like he had something important to say. Hunter says that he noticed that Miz usually does this in a suit, but he is in his gear tonight.
Miz says that you never know when a fight is going to break out. Miz wants to ask Hunter a question, but Hunter refuses.
Hunter wants to know why everyone wants to make this personal. Hunter says that he has explained this before. This is business. He says that everyone wants to go down the Daniel Bryan road and make this personal. He says this is what is best for business. Hunter says that it is difficult for the people to understand, but he doesn’t know why Miz, Show, and Ziggler don’t get it.
Orton is the future of the WWE. He is not some guy who runs his mouth and can’t back it up. Orton is not a guy who just happens to be big. Orton is big enough. That is what makes him the best choice. He is what is best for business. It fills arenas and gets better ratings. It makes more money for everyone.
Hunter wonders why they were so angry on Monday. Miz must be angry because he sees the WWE Championship a long time ago and he hasn’t gotten anywhere close since. He tells Miz that since he is a good guy, looking out for everyone’s best interest, he will give Miz a shot at Randy Orton tonight.
Hunter tells Dolph that he looked miserable on Monday. It is because Dolph was looking at the Shield and the last time he was in the ring with the Shield, he got the crap kicked out of him. Dolph probably wants revenge. Dolph will get to go one-on-one with all three members of the Shield in a handicap match.
Hunter wants Big Show to come talk to him face to face. Hunter tells Show that if looks could kill on Monday night. Show was so mad that you could see smoke coming out of his ears. He is going to give Show a favor. He is going to give him the night off. He tells Show that he doesn’t want him to step into the ring tonight. He wants Show to sit at ringside and watch everything that happens tonight in the ring. He tells Show not to do anything about it.
Hunter tells Dolph he can go to the back and get ready.
Hunter tells Miz that it is fortuitous that he wore his gear to the ring because his match is now.
Match Number One: Randy Orton versus Miz in a Non Title Match
They lock up and Orton backs Miz into the corner and Orton with a clean break. They lock up again and Orton with a side head lock and shoulder tackle. They lock up again and Orton with knees to Miz and then he sends Miz into the turnbuckles. Orton with an Irish whip and Miz floats over and he connects with a clothesline followed by a reverse atomic drop.
Miz with a leg trip and he tries for the figure four leg lock but Orton escapes. They lock up again and Miz with a side head lock but Orton with a reversal and punches. Miz blocks a clothesline and he hits the first half of Reality Check, but Orton escapes the second neck breaker and he hits a drop kick and gets a near fall.
Orton sends Miz to the floor and then he hits a back drop driver onto the ringside barrier. Orton rolls Miz back into the ring and he gets a near fall. Orton with a reverse chin lock. Miz with elbows but Orton holds on to the chin lock.
Miz with punches and a head butt. The referee pulls Miz out of the corner and Miz with an Awesome Clothesline. Miz goes up top for the double sledge but Orton with a boot and he tries for the IEDDT. Miz gets into the ring and he sends Orton to the floor with a back body drop over the top rope.
The Shield’s music plays and they make their way to the ring and Miz stands in the ring and does nothing to work over Orton as we go to commercial.
We are back and Orton sends Miz into the ringside barrier and he follows with a clothesline while The Shield play barrier to entry from anyone who would be crazy enough to interfere. Orton gets a near fall. Orton with forearms across the chest. Orton with the Garvin Stomp followed by a leaping knee drop for a near fall. Orton returns to the reverse chin lock. Orton with a knee to stop Miz’ attempt to escape. Miz lands on his feet on a belly-to-back suplex attempt. Miz with an elbow followed by a knee lift and Reality Check for a near fall.
Miz sets for the Skull Crushing Finale but Orton with an arm drag and he puts Miz on the apron and in the ropes for the IEDDT. Orton looks around and he twists to the mat for some RKO push ups. Miz counters an RKO with a backslide and he gets a near fall. Miz with a drop kick to the knee and Miz runs into a boot from Orton but Miz grabs the leg and he drops down to work on it.
Miz with a figure four leg lock but Orton gets to the ropes and Miz has to release the hold. Orton goes to the apron and Orton drops Miz on the top rope. Orton returns to the ring and hits the RKO for the three count.
Winner: Randy Orton
After the match, Orton gestures to the Shield and they enter the ring and they attack Miz.
Daniel Bryan’s music plays and he makes his way to the ring with a chair and he hits Rollins in the back as he tries to get out of the ring.
Show checks on Miz on the floor while the crowd ‘Yeses’.
We go to commercial.
We are back and The Matadores are coming.
Vickie Guerrero is in her office and she is not happy. Daniel Bryan enters and she wants to know what the meaning of this. Vickie says that she will not have this happen on her show. Triple H says that Daniel is not the face of the WWE and she does not want to see him on her show. Vickie says that Daniel was a bully. He who bullies gets bullied back.
Ryback enters and he looks at Daniel and he calls Daniel ‘little fella’. Ryback says that one thing the big guy cannot stand is a bully. He tells Bryan that he will see him out there and he calls Daniel ‘Shrimp’.
It is time to talk about the Paul Heyman and CM Punk situation. Who wants to go back to Raw?
Damien Sandow says that what happens in Vegas will not stay in Vegas. You might be content staying in Vegas to squander your lives. Sandow says that he will gain victory after victory until he claims the World Title. Damien says that his day of coronation will soon be at hand when he cashes in his briefcase.
Match Number Two: Rob Van Dam (with Ricardo Rodriguez) versus Damien Sandow
Van Dam with a thrust kick for a near fall. Van Dam with forearms to Sandow followed by an Irish whip and spinning heel kick into the corner. Van Dam goes up top and connects with a leg drop and he gets a near fall. Van dam with punches but Sandow with a kick and he sends Van Dam shoulder first into the post and he gets a near fall with a roll up.
Sandow with knees followed by a side Russian leg sweep and he hits the Elbow of Disdain and he gets a near fall. Sandow with a reverse chin lock but Van Dam with an elbow followed by a rana. Sandow with a boot to the head and he tries to send Van Dam into the turnbuckles but Van Dam blocks it and he connects with a kick. Van Dam puts Sandow on the top rope and then he hits a side kick off the turnbuckles. Van Dam goes up top for the five star frog splash and he connects for the three count.
Winner: Rob Van Dam
After the match, Alberto Del Rio’s music plays and he makes his way onto the stage. Del Rio tells Van Dam that he is the number one contender for HIS World Title. Rob got that opportunity because of the man who stands next to him. Ricardo betrayed him and the Latino people.
Alberto tells Rob that when you sleep with the dog, you get fleas. The people are not going to cheer for Rob because of his chant. He might have his Rolling Thunder, but Alberto says that he will rain on his parade. Alberto will show who the true champion is.
We go to commercial.
Match Number Three: Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns, and Seth Rollins versus Dolph Ziggler
Rollins starts for the Shield and Ziggler goes after Ambrose and Reigns on the apron. Ziggler with punches to Rollins. Ziggler with a cross body and punches but Ambrose tries to interfere and it distracts Ziggler long enough to allow Rollins to clothesline Ziggler. Rollins kicks Ziggler and Reigns tags in.
Reigns with a punch to the head. Ziggler with punches but Reigns with a knee. Reigns throws Ziggler into the turnbuckles. Ziggler with an uppercut but Roman with a Samoan drop for a near fall. Ambrose tags in and he punches Ziggler and follows with a head butt. Ambrose stomps on the hand and then he rubs his forearm across the face. Ambrose stomps on the hand and then he punches Ziggler. Ambrose with a hard Irish whip. Ambrose with a punch and chop in the corner. Ambrose with an Irish whip and he has something to say to Ziggler. Ziggler slaps Ambrose and then he back drops Ambrose over the top rope to the floor.
Rollins tags in and Ziggler with an inside cradle for a near fall. Ziggler with punches but Rollins with a kick. Ziggler with a kick and Reigns makes the blind tag. Rollins counters a Fameasser with a Buckle Bomb and Reigns with a spear for the three count.
Winners: Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins, and Roman Reigns
After the match, Ambrose chokes Ziggler in the ropes while The Shield taunt Show and try to get him to rise from his seat at ringside. They get Ziggler up for the Cerberus Bomb.
We go to commercial.
We are back and Paul Heyman and Curtis Axel make their way to the ring. Curtis says on Monday night the WWE Universe witnessed his mentor, his hero Paul Heyman perform one of the bravest acts a man can ever muster up the courage to perform.
We see the footage from Raw.
Paul Heyman has the mic and he wants to know what the people want from him. Do they really expect him to feel guilty about the beating his gave on Monday to his prodigal son CM Punk? He is not seeking forgiveness. He is not here to atone. He is not sorry for his actions. The people voted him into a situation where he had to face a beating at the hands of CM Punk. What did they expect him to do?
Did they think for one second that he was going to ‘take his beating like a man’? Paul says that for 434 consecutive days, they were the reigning and defending WWE Champion. Everyone single of their opponents and enemies was put down like a rabid dog. It was his strategy and Punk’s implementation. If every one of his opponents was put down, why is he still standing and why is he still breathing? It is because every single time that Punk has been coming after him, it was Punk on his back looking up at his father figure, looking up at his mentor, looking up at the man Punk should be worshipping as the God that he is.
Paul says that he will give everyone a reason to boo. We have it again at Night of Champions. A handicap elimination match at Night of Champions. This time, he cannot escape. He has to take his beating like a man. WWE virtually guarantees that if you get Night of Champions, you will see Paul Heyman face a beating at the hands of CM Punk.
Paul tells Curtis that he is afraid and that is the truth. He says that he is scared out of his mind because if Punk gets his hands on him, we won’t ever see Paul Heyman again. Paul says that his fear can be CM Punk’s worst enemy. If he has done this to CM Punk out of fatherly love, imagine what he can do when he is face to face with a guaranteed beating?
Paul tells everyone who he is. At Night of Champions, he and Curtis Axel will own CM Punk.
We go to commercial.
Match Number Four: Tensai and Brodus Clay (with Cameron and Naomi) versus Luke Harper and Erick Rowan (with Bray Wyatt)
Harper and Tensai start things off and Harper with punches and European uppercuts to Tensai. Tensai with an Irish whip and clothesline. Tensai knocks Rowan and his mask off the apron. Clay knocks Rowan off the apron as well. Tensai and Clay make a Harper sandwich and then they go for the Conference Call Your Mama but Rowan trips Clay and pulls him to the floor.
Rowan sends Clay into the ringside barrier. Harper with a big boot to Tensai and then he hits a splash into the corner. Rowan tags in and Harper with a discus clothesline followed by a splash from Rowan for the three count.
Winners: Luke Harper and Erick Rowan
After the match, Wyatt comes into the ring and he looks at Tensai from the corner and then he kisses Tensai on the forehead and hits Sister Abigail.
Wyatt kneels in front of Tensai and tells everyone to ‘Follow the Buzzards’. We go to commercial.
We are back with another Los Matadores video package.
Match Number Five: Ryback versus Daniel Bryan
Bryan with a running forearm and punches in the corner. Ryback pushes Bryan away. Bryan with more punches and Ryback pushes him away. Ryback with a power slam to Bryan. Ryback with kicks to Bryan and then he picks up Bryan and sends him into the turnbuckles.
Ryback with a forearm and shoulders in the corner. Ryback with an Irish whip to the sternum. Ryback with a running shoulder into the corner and he gets a near fall. Ryback kicks Bryan and then he chokes him with his boot.
Ryback with a forearm to the back followed by a punch. Ryback with a head butt in the corner and then he charges into the corner but Bryan moves and Ryback hits the post with his shoulder. Bryan gets a second wind and he hits a drop kick into the corner. Bryan with a second drop kick into the corner. Bryan follows with a hesitation drop kick and Rybakc goes to the floor.
Bryan with a suicide dive that sends Ryback into the announce table. Randy Orton makes his way to ringside (without his music). Bryan is distracted by Orton and Ryback with a clothesline to the back of the head. We go to commercial.
We are back and Ryback with a quarter nelson and chin lock. Bryan with punches to try to get out of the hold. Bryan with kicks to Ryback but Ryback with a spinebuster. Ryback looks around and he sets for the lariat and he connects and gets a near fall. Ryback tells Bryan to get up. Ryback with a forearm to the back. Ryback puts Bryan on the turnbuckles and he punches Bryan.
Ryback climbs the turnbuckle and he tries for a belly-to-belly superplex but Bryan with head butts to stop Ryback and he sends Ryback to the mat. Bryan with a missile drop kick. Bryan with Kicks of Yes to Ryback. Bryan sets for the round kick and he connects. Bryan gets a near fall.
Bryan tries for the Yes Lock and Ryback tries to avoid tapping out but Orton interferes and Bryan puts Orton in the Yes Lock.
Winner: Daniel Bryan (by disqualification)
After the match, The Shield come to the ring and they attack Daniel Bryan.
Big Show enters the ring and he stands over Daniel Bryan.
Hunter comes out and he tells Show to get out of the ring. Show begrudgingly leaves the ring and goes to the apron. Show goes to the floor and he gets in Hunter’s face. Hunter tells Show to leave. Show walks up the ramp and to the back.
Meanwhile, back in the ring. . . The Shield and Randy Orton are given Order 66 and The Shield attacks Daniel Bryan. Orton has Ambrose and Rollins pick up Bryan and Orton punches him. Reigns puts Bryan in a full nelson and Orton kicks Bryan. Orton tells them to pick Bryan up again and Orton with punches to Bryan. They pick up Bryan again and Orton enjoys showing Daniel Bryan’s misery and he punches Bryan again.
Orton wants to see the Cerberus Bomb and they hit it on Bryan.
Seth Rollins hands Randy Orton some spray paint and he sprays ‘No’ on Daniel Bryan.
We go to credits.