Erick Rowan, Luke Harper and Bray Wyatt took turns pummeling Jey Uso. Jimmy Uso eventually made his way in, offering fiery fists to Harper.
He had Harper off-balance before Wyatt tugged at his leg, causing enough of a distraction that Harper could nail him with a clothesline.
The Wyatt Family kept Jimmy on the mat, stomping on him and squeezing the air from his chest. The high-flyer fought back, but the backwoods cult dominated.
John Cena made the tag and charged in.
The match soon went into chaos mode. Harper flung Cena to the mat. Jimmy Uso superkicked Wyatt. Wyatt broke up Cena's STF on Rowan with a running senton.
That left Cena and Wyatt alone for a brief moment, but The Usos went on a kicking frenzy, knocking back their bearded foes.
Cena hit an Attitude Adjustment on Rowan for the win.
Wyatt then grabbed the mic and thanked Cena. He said he made him realize what he must now do.
Cena and The Usos win via pinfall.
Memorable Moments and Quotes
Harper hits a dropkick.
"Luke Harper wouldn't even meet the dress code for the county fair."—Jerry Lawler
The Usos each superkick Wyatt.
Although it followed the standard pattern of many a tag match, this was an entertaining, engaging bout.
The Wyatt Family was destructive as usual. The Usos inserted a frenetic energy to the end of the action.
It's Wyatt's last line, though, that is most interesting. He hinted at doing something drastic in order to topple Cena. That's a smart move to get folks to keep tuned in to this story, one that promises to get more violent thanks to whatever Wyatt's eerie proclamation is leading to.