As we return to the show Santino Marella is making his way to the ring much to the delight of the crowd. Directly behind him are his tag team partners for the evening, the Tag Team Champions Air Boom.
Once they have reached the ring, Dolph Ziggler comes out to good heat. After him, Jack Swagger and Ted DiBiase come out, being lead to the ring by their newly established manager, Jimmy Uso.
Each of the six competitors circle the ring, trash talking their opponents. Finally, Santino and DiBiase are left in the ring as the bell sounds for the match to start. Both men lock up, but DiBiase throws Santino down to the ground, showing his dominance.
Shocked, Santino tags in Evan Bourne, who starts to use his speed to fly around the ring looking to take DiBiase off guard.
Bourne bounces himself off the ropes, missing a clothesline from DiBiase and converting it into a drop kick. Bourne quickly goes for the cover, but DiBiase kicks out before a count can be made.
A headlock is placed on DiBiase, who quickly reverses it into an armbar continuing to apply pressure but also pulling Bourne away from his corner and towards that which awaits Swagger and Ziggler, who are both looking for a tag. Ziggler gets the tag and goes to work on Bourne, who is now trapped in the corner.
Dolph begins to stomp away at the Bourne torso, tagging in Swagger after five good pounds. Swagger pulls out Bourne and sets him up for the Swagger Bomb, which he connects, immediately going to tag in his partner DiBiase back into the contest.
Before DiBiase can go back at Bourne, he becomes distracted by Santino across the ring. He walks over to confront the spicy Italian and ends up shoving him off of the apron, but is met from behind by a high kick from Bourne. Bourne has finally gotten out of the contest and tagged in Kofi Kingston.
Kofi high elbows DiBiase in the face and flings him off of the ropes, jumping over Ted and nailing a high jumping elbow. Kofi starts to get very excited, hopping around the ring and pumping his fists. He gets so excited, he goes over to the opposition’s corner and kicks Swagger off of the apron, angering Ziggler, who goes after Kingston in the ring.
While he’s running after Kofi, who is now setting up for the Boom Drop, Ziggler is taken out by Santino with a full-fledged football tackle, causing both men to stumble out of the ring.
Kingston sees his opening and delivers the Boom Drop to DiBiase. After the hit, Kingston awaits to deliver a Trouble in Paradise. Unfortunately for him, Swagger has entered the ring and jackhammers Kofi to the ground.
We cut to see Bourne stepping up the turnbuckle, awaiting Swagger to notice him. One he is noticed, Bourne flies across the ring, delivering a knee to the head of Swagger, knocking him out, tumbling to the mat.
Bourne starts to celebrate but is soon met with a clothesline from behind from the awoken DiBiase. DiBiase picks up Bourne and delivers Dream Street, then tossing him out of the ring.
While DiBiase is finishing with Bourne, Kingston comes from behind and gorilla jumps on top of him, catching Ted off guard. We cut away to a shot of Swagger still laying on the ground, attempting to get up while his manager Jimmy is talking him up, trying to get him back in the action.
Kingston has now monkey flipped DiBiase across the ring, making him land right next to Swagger. Kofi once again tries to go for Trouble in Paradise. As he goes to deliver the knock out kick, DiBiase ducks out of the way.
Once Kofi hits the ground, he is met by a huge boot from Swagger, knocking him off balance, which leads to DiBiase delivering another Dream Street, taking out Kingston and getting the one, two, three victory for his team.
Tony Chimel: “Here are your winners, the team of Dolph Ziggler, Jack Swagger and Ted DiBiase.”
Jimmy Uso joins the trio in the ring, ignoring Ziggler but shaking the hands of DiBiase and Swagger and ushering them out of the ring.