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- Numbers in parentheses indicate the length of the match.
- (c) refers to the champion(s) heading into the match.
- Big Daddy V (w/ Matt Striker) defeated CM Punk via count-out at 3:18 after V knocked Punk off the apron onto the commentary table
- Big Daddy V (w/ Matt Striker) pinned Tommy Dreamer with an elbow drop at 1:16; prior to the bout, Dreamer confronted Armando Estrada backstage about wanting an ECW World Title shot against the winner of Punk / John Morrison at Summer Slam with Estrada calling Dreamer lazy and saying if he didn't get out to the ring for his match in 60 seconds then he would lose via forfeit; when Dreamer did get out to the ring - after bypassing much of the ECW roster backstage - he found V was still in the ring following his bout with Punk
- Stevie Richards defeated Kevin Thorn via reverse decision; Thorn originally won the match at 4:23 with a sit-down spinebuster but when he continued to assault Richards after the bout, the referee changed the call
- The Boogeyman defeated ECW World Champion John Morrison via disqualification in a non-title match at 6:07 when Morrison shoved the referee; prior to the bout, it was announced that Morrison & Big Daddy V would face CM Punk & Boogeyman the following weekend on Saturday Night's Main Event; after the match, the Boogeyman hit the sit-down double chokeslam and attempted to spit worms down Morrison's throat but the champion escaped the ring
- Featured an opening in-ring segment with Jonathan Coachman in which he said he would be speaking with each ECW talent to investigate whether they could be the son of Vince McMahon; Coachman then introduced the new ECW GM - Armando Estrada; Estrada then introduced ECW World Champion John Morrison and CM Punk for the in-ring contract signing for their title match at Summer Slam; after both men shared words - with Morrison declaring himself "the Tuesday Night Delight" - and signed the contract, Estrada announced Morrison would face the Boogeyman and Punk would face Big Daddy V later in the show
- Included a Boogeyman vignette to promote his match with Morrison later in the night
- Featured two ads promoting Evander Holyfield's fight against Matt Hardy on Saturday Night's Main Event, with clips shown of the fight
- Included a backstage segment with Kelly Kelly and Balls Mahoney, with Balls about to ask her out when Mike Mizanin, Layla, and Brooke appeared with Mizanin and the other two ladies making fun of Balls until he dragged Kelly off with them
- Featured Coachman interviewing Elijah Burke backstage about possibly being McMahon's son
- Included a recap of Punk beating Morrison the previous week to hype their bout at Summer Slam