Randy Orton and Dolph Ziggler def. Sheamus and Rusev
I couldn't have been happier that they changed the advertised card and went with this tag team match instead. God knows we've seen Orton and Sheamus as well as Rusev and Ziggler face off countless times in the past, so this was a refreshing change of pace and the crowd was into the action, but mostly because it was the opener. The four competitors worked well together and produced a solid tag team bout with the babyfaces obviously picking up the victory. I could have done without Sheamus taking out Rusev afterward as it did nothing but further solidify Rusev as being weak, and Sheamus taking the clean loss didn't do him any favors, either.
Neville def. Stardust
Of all the matches on the show, I cared the least about this bout. It's not that it was a bad match, but unlike all the other rematches seen on this show, nothing was different about it and it had very little storyline significance. Keep in mind that this was a televised house show (and I'll go more into detail in regards to that at the end), but I'm ready for both guys to move on to new feuds after months of being engaged in a program that seemed to jump the shark after SummerSlam.