|Fatal Four Way 3|
|Date||February 24th, 2012|
|Last Event||New-WWE Extreme Rules 5|
|Next Event||New-WWE Vengeance|
|Pre-Show||Lemarcus Carter def. Jacob Marley||Singles Match||Raw|
|1||The Michigan Blonds (c) def. Justin Gabriel and Daniel Bryan||Tag Match for the WWE Tag Team Championship||N/A|
|2||Chris Johansen def. Belmont||Number One Contender's Match (Winner gets a World Heavyweight Title shot at Vengeance.||Smackdown|
|3||Kharma def. Trish Stratus (c), Maria Lopez, and Maryse||Fatal Four Way Match for the Divas Championship||N/A|
|4||Jacob Cass def. The Miz||Singles Match||Raw|
|5||TRS (c) def. Christopher Cauckel||Singles Match for the Intercontinental Championship||Raw|
|6||Ted DiBiase def. Drew McIntyre (c), Edge, and Pablo Alfonzo Gonzales||Fatal Four Way Match for the World Heavyweight Championship||Smackdown|
|7||CM Punk def. Alberto Del Rio (c), John Cena, and Cody Rhodes||Fatal Four Way Match for the WWE Championship||Raw|
- 6. Randy Orton, who was originally scheduled to compete in this match, was suspended moments before the match began and replaced by Ted DiBiase.
Back on Track
After a lackluster start to their reign, the Michigan Blonds retain tag team gold.
Chris Johansen re-earned his title shot at Vengeance, defeating Belmont.
Bad Kharma for Trish
Kharma decimated the competition, capturing her first Divas Championship.
Humbled Once Again
Jacob Cass swiftly defeated Miz, taking advantage of the Awesome One's ego.
TRS triumphed over Christopher Cauckel, rolling him up after a brief tussle with a chair.
Orton's loss, DiBiase's Gain
Taking the place of a suspended Orton, DiBiase captured the World Championship!
Back On Top
When the dust settled, CM Punk was the last man standing; and the new WWE Champion!