Fueled by a mouth that never stops running and arrogance as scorching as the shock of red hair on his head, Heath Slater certainly lives up to his self-imposed moniker, “The One-Man Band.” Hailing from West Virginia, Slater first exploded onto the WWE scene as a rookie on WWE NXT’s inaugural season. Right out of the gate, Slater made an impact. Now the current leader of 3MB - along with bandmates Drew McIntyre and Jinder Mahal - the trio has set out to prove they are as dangerous in the squared circle as they are on a concert stage. (more?)
Match Number Five: Heath Slater (with Jinder Mahal and Drew McIntyre) versus Miz
They lock up and Slater with a waist lock. Slater with an elbow and punch but Miz with a knee to the midsection and he kicks Slater in the head. Slater sends Miz to the apron but Miz slides under and gets a near fall with a sunset flip. Miz with Reality Check and he gets a near fall. Miz kicks Slater and Mahal grabs the leg and Slater with a leaping leg lariat for a near fall.
Slater punches Miz and he connects with jabs and hits a neck breaker for a near fall. Slater with a reverse chin lock. Miz with elbows and a snap mare but Slater misses a charge into the corner. Miz with a running forearm followed by a knee lift and a boot to the head. Miz with the Awesome Clothesline and he goes up top for a double sledge and then he wants to apply the figure four but Slater gets to the ropes.
Slater with a punch and he goes up top but Miz punches Slater on the turnbuckles and then he knocks Mahal off the apron. Miz sends Slater onto McIntyre and Mahal. Miz sends Slater back into the ring and Slater is limping and Miz with a drop kick to the knee and then he applies the figure four leg lock and Slater taps out.