3. The Bella Twins over Aksana and Alicia Fox. Nikki seemed to tweak her leg injury and had trouble getting to the back.
4. Dolph Ziggler over Alberto Del Rio.
5. The Brotherhood (Goldust and Cody Rhodes) over The Real Americans to retain the WWE Tag Team Championship. Goldust completely stole the show.
6. Sweet T fought Brodus Clay to a no contest when Kane came out and chokeslammed both men.
7. Big Show over Kane.
8. John Cena defeated WWE Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton via DQ
Notes: The top section of the coliseum was blocked off, but the bottom two sections were about 90 percent full. It wasn't an Attitude Era size crowd, but I was surprised by the turn out. The crowd was very pro Cena. There was an older gentleman sitting ringside that must've been important. Del Rio was talking to him during Ziggler's entrance, then during the match he jumped over the rail and into his lap. Later during the main event, Cena invited him into the ring and gave him his baseball cap. I couldn't tell who he was, but I thought it was worth noting.