Styles bounces off the ropes and right into a Deep Six but it's not enough to put AJ away. Styles hits Corbin with a forearm as the Lone Wolf is on the apron. He then positions Corbin for the Styles Clash but is instead lifted and flung into Owens on the announcer's desk. Corbin attempts the Deep Six on a distracted and staggered Styles but AJ counters with a Pele Kick. A Phenomenal Forearm then sees Corbin disappear into the crowd. Styles rushes back into the ring in time to make the count.
We are shown that Corbin planted Styles to the mat with a clothesline during the break. Corbin has Styles locked in a submission. AJ works his way out of it but is flung right into the ring post and out of the ring.
Styles slaps a head lock on Corbin but is then bundled out of the ring as Corbin works out of it. Corbin chases Styles who is outside the ring but Styles re-enters it. He then runs of the apron and right into Corbin's arms and the Lone Wolf slams him onto the apron.
Corbin gets things started but Styles scampers between his legs and the attempts a kick but he's caught. Corbin follows it up with a few stomps but Styles rolls out in time. Styles lands a few kicks but Corbin stops his momentum with a huge right!
After the match he says that as long as he has the belt, he is still the face of America and adds that nobody can't take that from him. He then says that he's going to be ringside commentating because they need some Canadian insight.
As Greg Hamilton introduces KO, the Champ stops him by saying he's not good at it. Owens then emphasises on the fact that he's from Montreal. He lets the jobber introduce himself and then wails on him.
Owens vs. Gary Gandy:
KO wastes no time and buries Gandy with a pop-up Power bomb.
Dasha interviews Dillinger as we return from the break and he says that he has something that can explain thing '10 times' better than he could. We are then shown a package of Dillinger's journey to the WWE.