The Hurt Business was backstage walking in a video from earlier today. They stopped and MVP accused a random janitor of saying something about Shelton Benjamin’s mother. WWE United States Champion Bobby Lashley shoves him against a wall by his throat. MVP hit him with a low blow. They fixed their suit and keep walking.

Apollo Crews came out first for six-man action. He posed in the corner and pyro went off. Cedric Alexander came out to join Ricochet. The Hurt Business (MVP, Shelton Benjamin, and WWE United States Champion Bobby Lashley) suddenly came out and attacked Cedric on the ramp. They beat him down and head to the ring while Ricochet and Crews checked on their partner.

The bell rang and Crews attacked MVP, sending him to the floor. Crews followed and brought it back in the ring but Benjamin leveled him with a boot to the face. Benjamin unloaded on Crews. Lashley came back in and beat Crews down in the corner. MVP came in and kept Crews down but Ricochet saved the pin. He kept control and hit a big German suplex. Lashley tagged back in and taunted Crews while he’s down. Benjamin also came in but he wasted some time and Crews dropped him with an enziguri.

Crews crawled for a tag but Cedric suddenly pulled Ricochet off the apron and destroyed him at ringside. Apollo was shocked and the crowd boos. Shelton came from behind but Crews fought him off. Cedric hit the ring and dropped Crews with a Lumbar Check. The boos got louder. MVP was thrilled. The Hurt Business looked at Cedric but he just looked down at Crews. Shelton ended up putting Crews away for the pin to win.

Result: The Hurt Business def. Apollo Crews, Ricochet & Cedric Alexander

– After the match, Cedric was all smiles as he was standing on the apron. The Hurt Business stood in the ring facing him while a referee was checking on Crews and Ricochet at ringside. Cedric looked on from ringside as The Hurt Business stood tall in the ring, applauding him. He never did join the group.

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