Chavo Guerrero makes his way down and grabs a mic. He says that Sin Cara got lucky at Over The Limit. He also says that a real wrestler can win in any match, including Tag Team matches. Chavo tells Sin Cara to make his way down to the ring with a partner of his choosing to take on Chavo and his partner...Mark Henry, who makes his way down to join Chavo.
Sin Cara comes out with his partner, Daniel Bryan, and they enter the ring. The match is underway with Mark Henry and Sin Cara starting things off. Henry dominates things early with his typical power-move set. Chavo talks trash throughout the matchup. Sin Car eventually gets some good offensive moves in before tagging in Daniel Bryan. Bryan attacks Henry and keeps him grounded, but Mark hits a big clothesline and tags in Chavo.
Chavo comes in and pins Bryan but only gets a two-count. Chavo begins to do some nice technical moves and Bryan has some counters to go along with them. The two stay in the ring together and Bryan hits a nice dropkick, knocking Chavo to the outside as we go to commercial.
When we come back, Bryan has Chavo in a Boston Crab submission hold. Chavo fights out of it, but gets caught by a Roundhouse kick from Bryan. Bryan tags in Sin Cara and the high flyer goes to work on Chavo. Guerrero cannot seem to catch Sin Cara, as he is flying around everywhere. Chavo gets rolled up for a close two-count.
Chavo is going for the tag but Sin Cara cuts him off. Sin Cara is then ready to hit his finishing move, but Mark Henry tries to interfere. Daniel Bryan comes to the rescue and knocks Henry out of the ring. Sin Cara then hits his finisher on Chavo and gets the three-count.
Sin Cara and Bryan celebrate, while Guerrero and Henry walk off stunned and beaten.