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"All-American American" in London
LONDON - World Heavyweight Champion Jack Swagger reigned supreme in an explosive Triple Threat Match against Edge and Chris Jericho, as SmackDown traveled across the pond.
World Heavyweight Champion Jack Swagger def. Edge and Chris Jericho (World Heavyweight Championship Match) (PHOTOS | WATCH)
Four days after Raw Guest Host David Hasselhoff announced that World Heavyweight Champion Jack Swagger will face Randy Orton for the World Title at Extreme Rules (match preview), SmackDown General Manager Theodore Long attempted to launch a preemptive strike. With both Chris Jericho and Edge claiming that they were the Superstar to keep the coveted title on SmackDown, Long made a pre-Extreme Rules Triple Threat World Championship Match. (PHOTOS | WATCH)
In the midst of Triple Threat fury, Jericho looked ready to use Edge's own finisher against him. But, at the last second, The Rated-R Superstar turned the tables on the "best in the world at what he does," blasting him with the Spear once again. However, when The Ultimate Opportunist went for the cover, Jack Swagger suddenly yanked him out of the ring and grabbed the huge pin for himself.
Before the smoke could clear on his first title defense, "The All-American American" hit the war torn Edge with a post-match Gutwrentch Powerbomb. Then, as the World Champ made his exit from the ring, Jericho reentered and proceeded to brutalize Edge's previously injured ankle while it was trapped inside the steel ring steps.
Rey Mysterio & The Hart Dynasty def. CM Punk, Luke Gallows and Darren Young (PHOTOS | WATCH)
Following NXT Rookie Darren Young's victory over Luke Gallows on Tuesday night (watch), CM Punk brought his followers together to face Rey Mysterio and The Hart Dynasty in a Six-Man Tag Team Match. With Unified Tag Team and United States Champion The Miz joining the broadcast table, Rey Mysterio dialed-up the 619 on Punk from around the ring post, paving the way for David Hart Smith to hit a running powerslam on the self-proclaimed "savior" for the win.
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Intercontinental Champion Drew McIntyre def. Kane by Disqualification (PHOTOS | WATCH)
When Drew McIntyre tried to make an early departure from his match with Kane, Matt Hardy rushed in to return him to action, getting The Big Red Monster disqualified in the process. Once his defeat was announced, an irate Kane hit the chokeslam on both McIntyre and Hardy.
Dolph Ziggler def. R-Truth (PHOTOS | WATCH)
After making a "sincere" public apology for putting Josh Mathews in the sleeper hold one week ago (watch), Dolph Ziggler overcame R-Truth with the same infamous submission maneuver.
WWE Women's Champion Michelle McCool def. Mickie James (PHOTOS | WATCH)
In the climax of a fast-paced Divas match, Mickie James turned her attention to an interfering Layla, allowing Michelle to deliver a devastating kick to her opponent for the victory. However, when the Women's Champion continued her attack after the bell, Beth Phoenix stormed into the ring. The Glamazon chased Team Lay-Cool and Official SmackDown Consultant Vickie Guerrero into the London crowd, before returning to the ring to the raise Mickie's hand.
JTG def. Caylen Croft (PHOTOS | WATCH)
JTG captured his first singles win since the break-up of Cryme Tyme. And when Shad Gaspard assaulted his former tag team partner for the third week in a row, JTG finally earned some retribution when he fought back and expelled Shad from the ring.