Miz comes out and says he can’t wait for Summerslam since it’s in Hollywood, his town, and he has done so much that he wants to mentor some younger Superstars. Miz welcomes Roman Reigns to Miz TV, and he talks about Reigns’ match with Randy Orton before asking him if he’s nervous. He keeps cutting Reigns off before he can answer anything, insulting him throughout it, then Reigns has enough of it and he knocks him out with a Superman punch. Miz flies out of the ring and Reigns says he’s got nice hair and a pretty smile, and he put Miz on his ass, then Miz teases reentering the ring before storming off. Reigns turns his attention to Orton, and he says he respects Orton’s championship accolades, so Orton should respect him when he beats him on Sunday.
Roman Reigns vs The Miz
Reigns and Miz trade shots before Reigns gets pissed and chases Miz, then Miz tries to stomp him but Reigns grabs his foot and throws him into the barricade. Reigns throws him back into it before rolling him inside, then Miz snaps his head on the ropes and heads up top. Reigns catches him with a forearm on the way down, then he stomps Miz in the corner until the ref pulls him away. Miz kicks him in the knees and goes for a clothesline, but Reigns blocks it before Miz slams his knee into the ringpost. Miz puts him in a Figure Four but Reigns kicks him back and hits a Samoan drop. Reigns clotheslines him and connects with a apron kick, then he calls for a Superman punch but Miz bails outside. Dolph Ziggler cuts Miz off on the ramp, so Miz turns around right into a Superman punch, and Reigns rolls him in and spears him for the win.
Winner – Roman Reigns