SummerSlam results: Dolph Ziggler and Kaitlyn defeat Big E Langston and A.J. Lee in a mixed tag match

Can't you guys just get back together already?

America's favorite trio, now separated and feuding, get the cool-down slot before the main event.  Dolph Ziggler, onetime boyfriend of A.J. Lee, onetime friend of Big E Langston, and all-the-time showoff, teams with Lee's nemisis Kaitlyn to take on Lee and Langston.  It's a mixed tag match, so Ziggler wrestles Langston, Kaitlyn wrestles A.J., and both sides change whenever a tag is made.

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Langston and Ziggler start the match, but quickly tag in the ladies.  Lee and Kaitlyn work well together, with Lee knocking Kaitlyn to the mat, then screaming "DO YOU WANT MY LEFTOVERS?" in a largely quiet arena.  Though the women's match is effective, business picks up when Ziggler enters the rung to sell Langston's hossfight offense.  Ziggler is the best current WWE wrestler at selling someone else's stuff as death, and Langston -- a relative novice -- needs the help at times.

Langston flattens Ziggler with a spear, then drops the strap on his singlet, the sign for his finishing move.  Ziggler works his way out of the hold, then lands the Zig Zag for the cover.  The match probably deserved more, but that feud isn't over yet.

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