Tiffany was apparently in a car accident, so while she’s recovering, William Regal is in charge.  He’s been ordered not to make any decisions involving the ECW Championship, including Number One Contenders matches.  He’s made a change to tonight’s main event however.  It will now be Christian vs. Zack Ryder, Vladimir Kozlov, Ezekiel Jackson, and William Regal in a 4 on 1 handicapped match.

Abraham Washington Show with guest, Intercontinental Champion John Morrison

And you guys wonder why I don’t watch this show anymore.  BTW, Morrison was on “Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader” earlier tonight.  He lost on the last question, but the show sent $2500 in his name to the Make A Wish Foundation anyway.  Morrison takes shots at The Miz and Dolph Ziggler, until Ziggler comes out and takes a seat next to him on the couch.  After some bad Dolph Lundgren jokes, we reach the punchline of John Morrison calling Ziggler “Mr. Ziggles.”  Even Morrison and Ziggler couldn’t save this segment.

Backstage, Regal is on the phone defending his decision to make the match tonight.  Ryder comes in and says that he’s got it on his own, but Regal says that the board of directors has made the match Regal, Kozlov, Jackson, and Ryder vs. Christian, Yoshi Tatsu, Tommy Dreamer, and Goldust.  Ryder questions Regal’s management abilities.


Shelton Benjamin def. Paul Burchill

Sheamus assaulted Shelton Benjamin from behind when he was on his way to the ring.  The referee asked him if he still wanted to wrestle, and he said yes.  It’s all Burchill through this match – until Benjamin dropped him with Pay Dirt for the victory.


We waste a bunch of time talking about RAW’s main event for Hell In A Cell.  Then Christian gives a pep talk to his team.

Christian, Tommy Dreamer, Goldust, & Yoshi Tatsu def. William Regal, Ezekiel Jackson, Vladimir Kozlov, & Zack Ryder

Tatsu pinned Regal for the win.

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