Backstage: Renee Young is with Dolph Ziggler, Renee asks Dolph about what he did after his match on Sunday.
Dolph says he has been sore and he has been a loser, but the only sore losers are Kalisto and Crews, thank to him. What Dolph did was send a message to the new generation. Everyone thinks they are here to replace him, but they are not. Dolph says he is just getting started and he has a long way to go. If he has to eliminate an entire generation, he will do it. No one steals the show like him and no one will steal his place.
Dolph Ziggler vs. Apollo Crews & Kalisto
Crews entered alone first. When Kalisto entered, Ziggler attacked him from behind on the stage and then tossed him hard into the digital board. Crews wasn’t happy. So, it’s a singles match. Crews attacked Ziggler and worked him over with punches in the corner. He was setting up to suplex Ziggler from the apron into the ring but was instead snapped throat-first onto the top rope.
Ziggler worked over Crews, using his boot to choke him in the corner before nailing a hangman’s neckbreaker. Ziggler cinched in a side chinlock but Crews fought his way out. Ziggler went for a superkick but Crews caught it. Ziggler nailed Crews and snapped him down to the mat. Ziggler continued to control him and rode Crews’ back with a rear chinlock. Crews fought back but was snapped with anther neckbreaker. Kalisto began limping towards the ring. Ziggler complained to the referee, allowing Crews to nail an enziguiri from behind. Kalisto pulled himself up on th apron. Crews crawled to make a tag and finally did. Kalisto nailed a big kick and a springboard reverse seated senton for a two count. Kalisto nailed a handspring kick. Apollo tagged in as Ziggler was taking Kalisto down, so Crews slipped in from behind and nailed a sitdown spinning powerbomb for a two count.
Winners: Kalisto & Apollo Crews
After the match: Ziggler attacked Kalisto, wiping him out on the apron before hitting the ring and Pillman-izing Crews’ ankle with a chair. He went and did it again, further cementing how far he’s gone after turning heel. The crowd chanted, “Thank you Ziggler.”
Apollo Crews versus Dolph Ziggler
Crews avoids a clothesline and hits a drop kick. Crews runs Ziggler into the corner. Crews sends Ziggler into the ring post. Ziggler sends Crews into the ring post and then he hits a hesitation DDT. Ziggler sets for a super kick and Crews blocks it and gets the three count with a rollup. Winner: Apollo Crews
After the match: Ziggler attacks Crews and then he gets a chair and hits Crews in the back with it. Kalisto comes to the ring and he avoids a chair shot and then he hits a spin kick that knocks the chair out of Ziggler’s hands. Kalisto with a series of kicks and then he goes for Sliced Bread and Ziggler crotches Kalisto. Ziggler hits Kalisto in the back. Dolph hits Crews in the back with the chair one more time.
Backstage: Dolph Ziggler is walking in the back. Daniel Bryan wants to know what Dolph is doing. Dolph says he is getting ready to leave. Daniel says Dolph cannot have a tantrum when he loses. Dolph says he can beat both of them. Daniel says that Dolph will be facing Kalisto and Apollo Crews in a handicap match at the Elimination Chamber on Sunday.
Kalisto versus Dolph Ziggler
Ziggler with a running forearm and kicks followed by a leaping elbow drop. Kalisto with kicks to the leg and to the head. Kalisto with an enzuigiri on the apron and he sets for a springboard cross body and he hits it and gets a near fall We see Crews watching in the back. Ziggler with a forearm and then he stomps on the shoulder. Ziggler with a neck breaker for a near fall. Ziggler taunts Kalisto. Kalisto with a kick to Ziggler and then he connects with forearms while Ziggler goes into the corner. Ziggler with super kick for the three count. Winner: Dolph Ziggler
After the match: Ziggler tries to take Kalisto’s mask off and Apollo Crews makes his way to the ring and Ziggler goes into the crowd.
30 Man Royal Rumble
#24 was Dolph Ziggler. Ziggler hit the ring and teamed with Miz to hit a double DDT on Crew, then superkicked Miz and Crews. He tossed Miz over the top but Miz was able to land on the apron. Ziggler and Ambrose battled. Dean was tossed over the top but was able to hang on. More Goldberg chants. Orton battled Corbin. Jericho worked over Miz. Rusev battled Crews.
#25 was Luke Harper. He went right after Crews and tossed him, then locked eyes with Randy Orton. That was playing off of their recent issues. Wyatt tried to calm them. Harper nailed Bray with a lariat and drilled Orton with a kick. Didn’t see that one coming! Luke grabbed Bray and set him up for Sister Abigail but Orton caught him with a RKO. #26 was Brock Lesnar. He tossed Ziggler and Ambrose immediately, eliminating them.
Kalisto versus Dolph Ziggler
Kalisto avoids a clothesline and Ziggler with kicks and punches. Ziggler with a neck breaker for a near fall. Ziggler misses a clothesline and Kalisto with a back flip and clothesline. Kalisto with a springboard move but Ziggler with a super kick for the three count. Winner: Dolph Ziggler
After the match: Ziggler looks around and he goes to the floor and gets a chair. JBL gets up and gets ready to confront Ziggler, but Apollo Crews attacks Ziggler from behind. Crews grabs the chair and tries to hit Ziggler with it, but he misses and hits the ring post.
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