Rey Mysterio vs. R-Truth - We got a different entrance than usual from R-Truth with no rapping, dancing, or music. This started off with Rey doing the frakensteiner off the apron onto Truth on the floor early on with Truth later running Mysterio's head into the post on the apron that caused Mysterio to bounce off onto the floor. Action continued in the ring with Rey delivering a bulldog to Truth off the second rope followed by a stiff kick to Truth's head with Truth later rebounded by pulling Rey off the apron with him crouching the ring banner followed by a clothesline & his forward swinging DDT for the win following by having his "celebratory drink." This was all about getting Truth over as a heel which worked as the crowd definitely hated him more when he left than they did when he started.
Intercontinental Champion Wade Barrett vs. Ezekel Jackson - Jackson was kicked out of The Corre after having so many differences with the group setting up this match here with Jackson dominating early on with his power to the point where Wade had to fake an injury to get an advantage before working over Jackson using the ringpost before Jackson was able to recover & beat down Barrett by bodyslamming him non-stop, as the crowd kept getting louder for each one, working over his back & setting up for the Torture Rack before The Corre got involved. This match was only about furthering the storyline between Jackson & his former group along with showcasing Jackson as a powerhouse as the crowd started getting more into him as the match went on.
As a side note, Michael Cole was more focused on plugging his upcoming match with Lawler & insulting the commentators than calling the match so I would put this on mute.
Sin Cara vs. Chavo Guerrero - Chavo tried to ground Cara early with moves like an armbar only for him to slip out & gave several hip tosses followed by a twisting dive over the top rope to the floor & landed on his feet. Cara showcased more aerial offense with his head scissors onto Chavo on the floor & later in the ring, a top rope moonsault in the ring, huge elevated dropkick, a dive off the top rope onto the floor on Chavo, and handspring elbow off the ropes. Chavo attempted the Gory Guerrero Special but Cara again slipped out & unfortunately botched the finisher resulting in Chavo falling flat on his face. This was really just designed to showcase Sin Cara with Chavo only being the body for Cara to do his spots on which worked on many levels except for the ending.
Tag Team Champions Kane & Big Show vs. C.M. Punk & Mason Ryan - Before the match, Alberto Del Rio appeared to say some words only to be bullied out of the ring by Show & Kane...right after airing a commercial for their anti-bullying campaign "Be A Star." Mason (who was getting chants of "Batista") showed his strength early against Kane by showing him down & bodyslamming him right off the bat. Punk tagged in with gave the advantage to Kane & Show who beat him up right away forcing Punk to tag Ryan back in to get their advantage back. Punk did a bunch of "Macho Man" mannerisms during the match including an attempted top rope elbow drop that missed before Ryan had to be put down with the double chokeslam for the victory. This was a nice tag match that did it's job in showcasing Mason as a powerhouse.
Another side note here but this is another match to put on mute as Cole went on a filibuster here that was just too much.
Divas Champion Brie Bella vs. Kelly Kelly - This wasn't really much of anything past some nice moves by Kelly such as an attempted Tarantula before later being backdropped over the top rope & hitting her face on the apron with Brie attempting to work over her arm for a short time.
World Champion Randy Orton vs. Christian - Both Lawler & Cole left to get ready for their match leaving Josh & Booker to do the commentary. They did some nice early back & forth wrestling with Christian backdropping Orton over the ropes then dropkicking him through the ropes before Orton later came back with a giant suplex from the top rope that ended up hurting his own head in the process. Both men went back & forth with their counters & strikes coming so close with their near falls including one moment with Christian escaping Orton's hanging DDT to later execute a flying headbutt that I haven't seen done since Chris Benoit. The announcers tried to put it over that the crowd was split when you could clearly hear "Let's Go Christian!" as Randy Orton pulled out a new submission in the reverse Boston Crab (or Colt Cabana's "Billy Goat's Curse"). Both men kept blocking each others signature moves & turning them into counters such a Christian's double foot kick in the corner into a hanging DDT, Christian's attempted spear into a snap powerslam by Orton, Orton's punt into a spear, and going back & forth between the Killswitch & RKO. This was definitely the match of the night as these two meshed well together in one of those performances that have both men walking out with more credibility than they did going in as Christian was able to pull more out of Orton than others have been able to.
Kiss My Foot Match: Jerry Lawler vs. Michael Cole - On top of the foot stipulation, Lawler would be forced to induct Cole into the WWE Hall Of Fame & give him his HOF ring if he lost. After Cole attempted to get out of the match, we finally got Lawler beating the hell out of Cole including him getting tossed through the "ColeMine" before Lawler let everyone who Cole disrespected over the past few months (Eve & Jim Ross) get their revenge in the process. Afterwords Cole tried to run away before kissing Lawler's foot which brought out a nice surprise in Bret Hart (think back to King Of The Ring '95) to make sure Cole faced the agony of de-feet. This was the "match" that we should have gotten back at WrestleMania where he was just an entertaining segment that didn't go too long & gave the people exactly what they wanted...Cole getting his butt kicked.
"I Quit" Match: WWE Champion John Cena vs. The Miz - Jim Ross joined Booker & Josh on commentary for this match while before the match started, Miz made it clear that it would be a glorified handicap match as Alex Riley was going to assist him during the match. Cena tried to go for an STF right away with Riley breaking it up while later beating the hell out of Cena with his suitcase after giving Miz an Attitude Adjustment & teaming together to double team powerbomb Cena off the top rope. Being thrown into the guardrail various times, beat up with monitors, DDT'd on the steps was some of the punishment Cena was taking as Miz kept threatening Cena to quit before inflicting more while dictating to him what he was going to do. Having the steel steps dropped on him, being caned across his midsection & once to the head, whipped with a belt, Skull Crushing Finale on a chair wedged between the ropes and Cena refused to quit causing Miz trying to intimidate a fan in the front row to tell Cena to quit but he refused to as well. The finish of the match will give you flashbacks to one of the most famous "I Quit" matches in history but it went downhill from there as Cena "Hulked Up" & went crazy taking out Alex Riley before going after Miz in a way that just gave me flashbacks to their matches in 2009 where Miz was completely embarrassed. I'll give this match credit in how brutal of a beating Cena took while Miz came off like a villain in a movie who dictated how he was going to kill you before he did it but it was the stereotypical Cena performance where he took his beating only to come back "no selling" like nothing happened in the past 15-20 minutes only to easily beat Miz in a way that just came off bad to me.
Overall this event was only good for continuing storylines & making attempts to showcase certain wrestlers (Ezekel Jackson, Mason Ryan, Sin Cara) while finishing up other long term stories as well but the only real memorable match when it was said & done was Orton & Christian so this is worth going out of the way if your a fan of those two but past that, I would rent this or buy it if you have some spare cash.