Dark Mickie James defeated Beth Phoenix (with Rosa Mendes) Singles match
1.Umaga defeated CM Punk Singles match
2. Christian © defeated Jack Swagger Singles match for the ECW Championship
3. John Morrison defeated Shelton Benjamin (with Charlie Haas) Singles match
4. Rey Mysterio © defeated Chris Jericho Singles match for the Intercontinental Championship
5. Batista defeated Randy Orton © by disqualification Singles match for the WWE Championship
6. John Cena defeated The Big Show Singles match
7. Edge © defeated Jeff Hardy Singles match for the World Heavyweight Championship
Before the show started, the fans in attendance were shown an untelevised match between Mickie James and Beth Phoenix (Beth Carolan) with her associate in her corner, Rosa Mendes (Milena Roucka); James won the match by pinning Phoenix.
The opening match for the show was between Umaga and CM Punk. The match was based around Umaga beating down on Punk early, keeping him down with heavy strikes and a claw on his trapezius muscle, as well as being able neutralize any attempt Punk made at that point to get in any offense before he made an unsuccessful attempt at a diving headbutt off the top rope that saw Punk move out of the way; Punk would retaliate with some kicks and knee strikes of his own and a dive over the top rope onto the floor before he made an attempt at putting Umaga on his shoulders in attempt to connect with his finishing maneuver, the Go to Sleep, which has him hit a knee in his opponent's face after dropping him off his shoulders only to have Umaga escape and hit a kick to the face before throwing Punk in the corner of the ring to throw his hip into his face with a move he dubbed the Samoan Wrecking Ball. Following that, Umaga grabbed his opponent, and threw him down with a thumb to the throat referred to as the Samoan Spike before he got the pinfall victory over Punk
Next up was the ECW Championship match between the champion, Christian, and challenger, Jack Swagger, in Swagger's guaranteed rematch after losing the title at Backlash. The match went back-and-forth with constant counters to each others moves outlined with Swagger holding down the champion with pinfall attempts with Christian maintaining resilience by hitting a number of signature moves before Swagger caught Christian in position for his finishing move, the Gutwrench powerbomb, which was countered by Christian by sliding behind him after being lifted onto his shoulder; this was followed by Christian grabbing Swagger's arms to attempt to execute his finishing move, the Killswitch, only to have Swagger muscle out of the position and turn around before Christian pulled down the straps from singlet, before Swagger attempted a clothesline ducked by Christian before catching him around the waist from behind, and rolling him to the mat on to his pack, using the singlet he compromised for extra leverage, getting the pin.
The third match saw John Morrison (John Hennigan) wrestle Shelton Benjamin with his longtime tag team partner, Charlie Haas, in his corner. The match started with Benjamin hitting a quick throw called the exploder suplex setting a physical pace to the match that saw the action go onto the floor of the arena, and Morrison capitalizing on Benjamin's prone state by performing a springboard jump off of the top rope before executing a 450 degree flip onto his opponent. The action returned to the ring with Haas unsuccessfully attempting to interfere on behalf of his partner before Morrison halted the effort, and ended the match by pinning Benjamin with a split-legged jump off of the top turnbuckle, then performed a backflip whilst twisting his body before landing on his opponent with a move called the Star Ship Pain.
Following this match, The Miz (Mike Mizanin) entered the ring, and proceeded to verbally berate the live crowd, insulting them and John Cena claiming, "He's like a lovable loser, much like the Chicago Cubs."  He then turned his attention specifically to the Cub's left fielder, Alfonso Soriano, insulting him before being interrupted by Santino Marella (Anthony Carelli), who took exception to The Miz's comments, leading to a fight between the two with The Miz getting the better of his opponent, and driving him on his face with a DDT, leading to Chavo Guerrero coming out to beat down on Marella himself after comments made by the latter about Guerrero's aunt Vickie Guerrero.
The following match was for the Intercontinental Championship between champion, Rey Mysterio, and Chris Jericho. The match started with both men attempting to throw each other out of the ring to get the advantage before they settled back in the ring with Mysterio trying to connect with his signature kick, the 619, with Jericho stating prior to the match that he would not allow the move be hit. At one point, both competitors sat on the top turnbuckle, and Jericho made an attempt to remove Mysterio's mask, only to be knocked away. Mysterio maintained his advantage, and went for the 619 only to be caught by the challenger, and brought down to the mat before being placed into Jericho's signature hold, the Walls of Jericho. Mysterio escaped, and attempted to connect with his kick again with similar results of Jericho catching him, and applying his hold again. Mysterio escaped, and would go on to win the match by being able to hit the 619, followed up by a body press from the top rope to get the pin.
Main event matches
The fifth match saw Batista challenge Randy Orton for the WWE Championship. While Batista used various powerful moves, mainly neutralizing Orton's move set, Orton ultimately retained the title without the use of an RKO or a punt, as he was disqualified for slapping the referee.
Raw's mainevent saw the returning John Cena face The Big Show. Cena managed to avoid Big Show's various maneuvers, including the knockout punch and the chokeslam. While Cena tried to get the STF locked in several times, he couldn't because of Show's immense size. Cena pinned Show following the Attitude Adjustment after ducking the knockout punch.
The mainevent of the evening saw Edge defend the World Heavyweight Championship against Jeff Hardy. While Hardy managed to avoid both the spear and the Edgecution, he managed to hit the Twist of Fate twice, though didn't get the three count. While brawling outside, Edge hit a mid-air spear while Hardy ran along the barrier. Edge made it back to ring as the referee began to count Hardy out. As Jeff recovered on the outside, Matt Hardy ran through the crowd and nailed Jeff with his cast. Jeff managed to make it back to the ring before the ten count. he hit the Whisper in the Wind and set Edge up for the Swanton Bomb. However, the shot from Matt's cast made Jeff slow, and partially slip from the trun buckle. As he staggered on the top rope, Edge climbed up and nailed him with a top-rope Edgecution, also known as the Impaler DDT, which followed with the three count, thus Edge retained the title.