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WWE Bragging Rights Live Blog: Full Results, Recap, Review

Dan PowerSenior Analyst IOctober 24, 2010

Welcome to the Bragging Rights live blog. 

If you want the live results or the most complete results after the event, you are in the right place.

For the second installment of this "battle of the brands," first headline opposed Team Raw to Team Smackdown! in a 7-on-7 tag team elimination match.

The wrestlers representing Raw were The Miz, John Morrison, CM Punk, Santino Marella, Sheamus, R-Truth and Ezekiel Jackson.

For Smackdown!, Big Show joined forces with Rey Mysterio, Alberto Del Rio, Tyler Reks, Edge, Kofi Kingston and Jack Swagger.

The card was also filled with six other matches.

In last minute announcements, two matches were made: Goldust vs. Ted DiBiase and Cody Rhodes-Drew McIntyre defending their Tag Team Title against David Otunga and John Cena.

Layla defended the Unified Divas Title against Natalya.

There was also a Champion vs. Champion inter-brand match. Dolph Ziggler, the Intercontinental champion, defended the colors of Smackdown! against Daniel Bryan, the U.S. Champion who represented Raw.

There was a Buried Alive match with the World Heavyweight Title on the line. Kane, the defending champion faced The Undertaker in that no holds barred encounter.

In the main event, Randy Orton battled to retain the WWE Championship against Wade Barrett, with John Cena in his corner.

Below are the final results... 

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