Ziggler puts an end to Dallas' hot streak
PHILADELPHIA — Hoping to keep his momentum going, Bo Dallas brought the fight to Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler. But The Showoff put the brakes on Dallas' winning ways to retain his prestigious title live on WWE Network.
With Cesaro joining Michael Cole and Byron Saxton on commentary, Bo Dallas and Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler competed for the prestigious title. Dallas came into the bout riding a wave of momentum after three recent wins over World’s Strongest Man Mark Henry. In the fast-paced match, Dallas nearly scored a pinfall while holding onto the ropes, but the ref spotted the infraction and broke the hold, leading the way for Ziggler to strike back with the Zig Zag and retain his title.
Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler def. Bo Dallas (Intercontinental Title Match)
After being on the defensive for most of the lopsided bout, there was a glimmer of hope for Brie Bella when she blasted Cameron with a missile drop kick. But things came to a quick end when her sister, Nikki, tagged in to viciously knee Brie in the face followed up with the Rack Attack for the win.
Cameron, Summer Rae, Layla & Nikki Bella def. Brie Bella (4-on-1 Handicap Match)
In a Raw rematch requested by Natalya – and granted by WWE Director of Operations Kane – Tyson Kidd got a Raw rematch against Jack Swagger. Kidd did not squander the opportunity and scored a quick roll-up victory over The Real American. The win left the Total Divas' star feeling full of himself.
Tyson Kidd def. Jack Swagger
With their respective partners lurking at ringside, Jey Uso and WWE Tag Team Champion Stardust collided in the night’s main event. When Jey went to the top rope to take to the air, Stardust knocked him from his perch to the arena floor. Despite writhing in pain from an aggravated knee injury, Uso quickly sprung back into action, delivering a superkick to Stardust, who was peering between the ropes. The tag champ then hit a Superfly splash to score the win.