|Scars & Stripes|
|Date||July 7, 2013|
|Theme Song||"Happy" by Mudvayne|
|Last Event||WEDF Unforgiven 2|
|Next Event||WEDF Survivor Series 3|
WEDF Scars & Stripes is the tenth overall WEDF CPV of Season 3. Returning to the format most recently used in Season 2, it is exclusive to the Smackdown brand.
|Preshow||Matt Hardy (c) def. Alex Riley||Singles Match for the WEDF European Championship|
|1||Daniel Bryan def. Chavo Guerrero (c)||Singles Match for the WEDF Television Championship. All members of The Cartel are banned from ringside; furthermore, had Chavo gotten himself or Bryan counted out or disqualified, he would have still lost the Television Championship|
|2||Wade Barrett (c) def. William Regal||Singles Match for the ECCW World Championship. In addition to it being the final ECCW Championship match before its retirement, it was also be Regal's final match before his retirement from active competition.|
|3||Dolph Ziggler def. Kofi Kingston||Falls Count Anywhere Match|
|4||D'Angelo Dinero & The Suspect (c) def. Primo & Epico||Tornado Tag Match for the WEDF Undisputed Tag Team Championships|
|5||Cody Rhodes (c) def. Rey Mysterio||Singles Match for the WEDF Intercontinental Championship|
|6||Evan Bourne def. Danny Jackpot, Sheamus, Oshujax, Kurt Angle & Alberto Del Rio||#1 Contender's Six-Pack Challenge. Bourne gets a World Heavyweight Championship match at WEDF Survivor Series 3.|
|Main||CM Punk (c) def. Shawn Michaels||Singles Match for the World Heavyweight Championship|
Bryan becomes TV Champion
After a long pursuit of gold, Bryan makes Chavo Tap out to become the new TV Champion!
Regal's End of days
In Regal's last match against Barrett, he was unable to capture the ECCW Championship.
Ziggler redeems himself
In the most grueling match of the night, Ziggler beats Kofi in falls count anywhere
Rated RKO Reform?
Just moments after retaining the tag titles, the Congregation are assaulted by Orton and Edge!
Seeking vengeance, Smokey returns before Rhodes could increase more damage to Mysterio.
Bourne to win
Evan Bourne broke through the glass ceiling, outlasting 5 other superstars to earn a World Championship Match.
Still Best in the World
CM Punk outlasted Shawn Michaels in their epic World Championship rematch.