The new tag team of Road Dogg and K-Kwik rap their way down the ramp. I'm glad Roadie is an official face and all, but the rapping has got to go. And he's wearing overalls, for crying out loud. What is he, Hillbilly Jim? They take on Perry Saturn and Dean Malenko. Backstage, Chyna and The One Billy Gunn are happy for Road Dogg and his new partner. I really couldn't be less interested in this match, and I can't believe they saved it for the second to last match of the night. Then again, it's better than listening to Triple H talk some more. Please tell me that the Road Dogg does not have one of his overall buckles undone. What is this, 1989? Anyway, Road Dogg and K-Kwik get the win. I'm guessing we'll be seeing more of this pair in the future.
During the break, Mick Foley announced another match for Survivor Series. First, Tiger Ali Singh suggests that Lo-Down get a match at the PPV. Hey, remember when they were getting a big push? What happened to that? Foley does a spit take and says that the match will actually be The One Billy Gunn, Chyna, Road Dogg, and K-Kwik versus the Radicalz. Hey, did I predict we'd be seeing more of them just one short paragraph ago or what?
Kevin Kelley gives The Rock a chance to address Chris Benoit. The Rock begs Chris Benoit to "finish The Rock." Um, homoerotic much? The Rock hypes his match with Rikishi at Survivor Series. It's all pretty low-key for The Rock.
Jesse Ventura will be an announcer for the XFL. Doesn't he have governing of Minnesota to do? ["Oh, please. Like the state legislature lets him near anything but ribbon-cutting." -- Sars]
Chris Benoit comes down to the ring. I'm sorry -- as soon as that man comes out of the back, my sleep impulse kicks in. I'm going to have to grab some toothpicks to prop open my eyelids, especially since you know nothing interesting is going to happen in this, the last match before the Pay Per View. The Rock comes down the ramp, and the match begins. Benoit beats on The Rock outside the ring. The announcers keep reminding us of The Rock's chest injury, and how much it must be hurting him. The Rock somehow fights back. Benoit gets the Crippler Crossface on The Rock, but then there is a reversal and The Rock gets the Crossface on Benoit. Sigh. Does anyone really care? Of course Rikishi comes out, and The Rock starts beating him before Benoit interferes. Rikishi and Benoit team up to try to "make sure The Rock doesn't get to Survivor Series," as Michael Cole tells us. Rikishi does the Bonsai Drop onto the chest of The Rock. Well, now we know The Rock will win on Survivor Series, given the beating he took tonight. The Rock is bleeding from the mouth. Ew. Thanks for giving me nightmares, guys.