Jack Swagger /w Flying Eagle defeats Kaval via the Ankle lock submission. Crowd, unless they turned them up a bit sounded to be really behind Kaval & his style. I've always like his very versed offense.
Afterwards they show the NXT Wedding highlights. In which Goldust is left standing at the alter.
Luke Gallows defeats Vance Archer via a modified baldo bomb or that's what it looks like. Someone get an ID on that move for me please.
Not a bad match for two fairly big guys.
Gail Kim defeats Alica Fox via "Eat Da Feet" & it wasn't spectacular but they didn't stink up the place like some Diva matches.
The Usos defeat Mark Henry in a two on one handi-cap match after Tamina interferes & the big splash with a turn in the air. Not much to say here other than the Usos got the best of Mark Henry.
Scott Stanford might be the best play-by-play man in wrestling today. He makes an effort to call the moves and comes up with interesting facts about the wrestlers. He also seems to know his wrestling history, such as bringing up Gail Kim winning the Women's Championship on her first night in the WWE, unless whoever is feeding him lines just comes up with better material for him than most everyone else. Most importantly, he sounds like an actual sports caster.
He's obviously not perfect, though. He called the Northern Lights Suplex a Tilt-A-Whirl Backbreaker. However, when Alicia actually did use a Tilt-A-Whirl Backbreaker a bit later, he didn't call it at all.
Kaval sitting on the back of Swagger's head and riding him to the canvas after springboarding off the top rope looked like the sort of thing with which backyarders give themselves concussions.
I wonder if this is the first time that a handicap match was made for reasons other than to punish the face, in which the handicapped face actually lost?
Unfortunately, Quez, you're slightly incorrect. Gregory Helms lost the WCW Cruiserweight Title on SmackDown (the first SmackDown after the Booker T/Buff Bagwell match) to Billy Kidman. It was the first WCW title change on WWF television.