It is a new year and Saturday Morning Slam has a brand new episode. We will have the tag team champions in singles action against members of 3MB.
Daniel Bryan and Kane are former World Champions, but the members of 3MB are not to be taken lightly. These three men were not having success on their own, but they joined forces and became successful.
Kane and Daniel Bryan have had a rough journey as well. They had to go to Anger Management and then formed a tag team to become champions. They still tried to one up each other and proclaim that they am the tag team champions. Eventually, Bryan and Kane realized that it worked better to be on the same page rather than fighting all the time.
Natalya is with Daniel Bryan and Kane in the interview area. She asks them about wrestling in singles matches. Kane says that they are the tag team champions and Daniel agrees. Daniel wants to know if they are a band because they have never seen them play an interest. Kane says that he is ecstatic about wrestling on Saturday Morning Slam. Bryan says that he does not know when Kane is serious or not.
Bryan says that he will be watching his tag team partner in his match, and then he asks Kane if he will be watching Bryan’s match. Kane says maybe and Bryan wants to know what Kane will be doing. Kane says that he will be scaring people, creating havoc . . . the usual.
Bryan wants to know if Kane will watch his match.
We go to commercial.
We are back and your announcers are Josh Mathews and Booker T.
Match Number One: Kane versus Jinder Mahal (with Drew McIntyre and Heath Slater)
Mahal with a side head lock but Kane with a shoulder tackle and Mahal goes to the apron. Kane hip tosses Mahal back into the ring and he follows with a snap mare and drop kick to the head. Mahal retreats to the corner and he kicks Kan in the leg. Mahal goes to the turnbuckles and is met with an uppercut. Kane with an Irish whip and clothesline into the corner. Kane with another Irish whip and clothesline followed by a side slam. Kane sets for the choke slam but Mahal goes to the apron.
The members of 3MB discuss strategy. They decide to do what did not work last time they were on Saturday Morning Slam. They get on the apron . . . but Daniel Bryan’s music plays and he makes his way to the ring to support his tag team partner. The referee tells Slater, McIntyre and Bryan to get to the floor.
Mahal argues with the referee and Kane goes up top and hits the clothesline and gets the three count.
We go to commercial.
Match Number Two: Daniel Bryan (with Kane) versus Heath Slater (with Drew McIntyre and Jinder Mahal)
The referee starts his count while Slater is on the apron talking to McIntyre and Mahal. Slater pushes Bryan. Slater avoids locking up with Bryan and Slater plays some air guitar to celebrate. They lock up and Slater with a side head lock and shoulder tackle. Slater with a knee to the midsection followed by a kick to the back and then he drops a knee and gets a near fall.
Bryan works on the wrist and Slater with a reversal. Bryan with a reversal of his own and a drop kick. They appear to go for a Greco Roman knuckle lock but Slater with a kick and then he drops a few knees to Bryan’s chest. Bryan with a single leg take down and then he sets for the surfboard and then he rakes the eyes.
Bryan returns to the arm and he applies a hammer lock. Slater escapes the hold but Bryan with a drop kick for a near fall. Slater sends Bryan over the top rope to the floor and Mahal and McIntyre move towards Bryan but Kane protects his tag team partner and Jinder and Drew back off as we go to commercial.
We are back and the action has returned to the ring. Slater stretches Bryan but Bryan with a back slide for a near fall. Slater with a leaping leg lariat for a near fall. Slater with more air guitar and a punch to the midsection. Slater with a few hard Irish whips and Slater gets a near fall. Bryan gets back to his feet and he kicks Slater. Slater with a kick to the chest and Slater follows with what appears to be a clothesline. Slater with knees to Bryan and he gets a near fall.
Slater with a body scissors on Bryan. Slater with a gator roll and he maintains the body scissors. Slater with an Irish whip but Bryan flips over Slater and hits a flying clothesline. Bryan with a running drop kick into the corner and he gets a near fall. Bryan with kicks to the chest but he misses the round kick and Slater gets a near fall with a rollup.
Slater avoids the No Lock and Mahal’s attempt at interference fails. Kane takes care of Drew. Slater tries for a suplex but Bryan escapes and he applies the No Lock and Slater taps out.
Winner: Daniel Bryan
Natalya is with Damien Sandow in the interview area. She is stopped by Sandow. He says that he is usually a post meridian superstar. He will grace the fans ante meridian. Natalya points out that most people call it a.m. and p.m.
Sandow will perform next week on Saturday Morning Slam to clean up the rubbish. He will compete in the ring and implement a rigorous syllabus of English, Science, Astronomy, Spelling . . .
Randy Orton interrupts and he has a spelling lesson for Damien and he spells out RKO. He says that he will be happy to teach him in the ring next week.
Orton leaves and Sandow says that does not spell anything.
We go to credits.