WWE SummerSlam is all set to pop off tonight (Sun., Aug. 23, 2015) from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York at 7:00 p.m. ET, live on the WWE Network. You may also be able to watch this on pay-per-view (PPV) if your cable provider is carrying the event.
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WWE SUMMERSLAM QUICK RESULTS
Undertaker def. Brock Lesnar
Seth Rollins def. John Cena
Ryback def. Big Show and The Miz
Roman Reigns & Dean Ambrose def. Bray Wyatt & Luke Harper
The New Day def Primetime Players, Lucha Dragons, and Los Matadores
Kevin Owens def Cesaro
Team PCB def. Team Bella and Team B.A.D.
Neville & Stephen Amell def. Stardust & King Barrett
Dolph Ziggler and Rusev fight to a double count-out
Sheamus def Randy Orton
WWE SUMMERSLAM LIVE BLOG & MATCH COVERAGE
BaconStrips here. Let's do this
- Apologies everyone. At the VERY last minute, I was suckered into going to get some Chinese food, so I missed about 15 minutes of this preshow. The various discussions of various skulduggery were likely had about various matches on the undercard.
- There is a VERY good cosplay of Dusty Rhodes behind the preshow panel.
- As the panel talks about Cesaro vs Kevin Owens, Owens comes out and calls the panel out on their comments. Owens vows to turn the Cesaro Section into the Silent Section. He steals Byron Saxton's Mountain Dew as he leaves.
- Rich Brennan interviews Sheamus about his rivalry with Randy Orton. Sheamus changes the subject and talks about the Money in the Bank briefcase being as good as the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, and he almost had it when Orton RKO'd him. Due to this, Sheamus is gonna hit Orton with Brogue after Brogue after Brogue after Brogue after...you get the idea. After Orton is taken out, Sheamus will cash in.
- Jojo interviews Stephanie McMahon about the so-called Divas Revolution. Steph says that the upcoming trios match will define the dominant women's team in WWE. She then starts talking about various successful women in sports and such.
- Stephen Amell and Neville are in the social media lounge. They're asked about strategy, and Neville brings up the Bullhammer and Stardust's unpredictibility. Amell says that he needs to remember that the ring has four
ropessides and that they hurt, among others. Neville is asked about his road to WWE, and he talks about his size being an issue. Other questions involve Neville maybe being on Arrow and Amell being nervous about his upcoming match.
WWE Signature and we go straight to the Barclays Center where host Jon Stewart is in the ring.
He welcomes us to SummerSlam and hypes the show as being a historic affair. He shares the difference between politics and reality: the WWE performers respect their audience. He hypes some of those performers to varying reactions. He gets to Brock Lesnar, and he says that he's going to interview him with some backup: Mick Foley, whose beard is growing to mythic proportions.
After a trademark Foley cheap pop, he shares a brief story about how he thought he was coming to interview "Rock", but he missed the "B" in "Brock". If Stewart would have enunciated the "B", Foley wouldn't be here right now. A "Rocky" chant starts as Foley reveals that he fears Lesnar. Stewart tries to inspire Foley by bringing up his Hell in a Cell match with Undertaker...something that happened 17 years ago.
Foley has no desire to visit Suplex City, so he splits.
A hype video about SummerSlam in Brooklyn is aired before the official intro and pyro
Randy Orton vs Sheamus
- As Orton is making his way to the ring, we learn that there is a French announce table tonight along with the usual English and Spanish table.
- The bell rings, and Orton immediately goes for the RKO. Sheamus escapes and grabs a mic to tell us something: "I do not look stupid; you look stupid." As Sheamus tells us to respect the hawk, Orton takes Sheamus' legs from under his legs. They head back inside where Sheamus eats a dropkick.
- The two head outside again where Orton eats the ring post and barricade. Back inside, Sheamus drops a top-rope knee for two. Sheamus takes control as the crowd supports Mike Chioda.
- After an Irish-Curse Backbreaker, Sheamus asks if we're entertained, and the crowd is clearly not interested in Sheamus' skulduggery.
- Orton breaks a chinlock, but Sheamus maintains his dominance with some strikes and another knee drop. The crowd starts chanting "How you doin'" as Orton and Sheamus trade strikes.
- Sheamus locks another chinlock as an "Ole" chant rings (this feels just like the WrestleMania XXIX fallout show). Orton breaks the lock and rallies back with some clotheslines and a backbreaker. He goes for a draping DDT, but Sheamus enters the ring just to be thrown out via exploder suplex.
- Orton mounts Sheamus, messes up the 'hawk, and goes for some mounted punches. Sheamus breaks the punches and hits a powerslam for two. Orton is now bleeding as Sheamus locks in an inverted sharpshooter (Edgucator for those Edgeheads; Royal Arch for whatever Damien Sandow calls his fans).
- Orton reaches the ropes to break the hold. He gets up and promptly hits a powerslam for two. The two start trading blows in the corner until Orton gets the upper hand, sets up Sheamus on the top rope, and delivers a draping DDT.
- Orton calls for the RKO, causing Sheamus to roll outside. Orton and Sheamus trade strikes for a moment until Sheamus goes for a battering ram. Orton responds with a RKO, but cannot pin Sheamus as he rolls outside.
- Orton exits and circles his prey before throwing Sheamus back inside. Orton starts thinking for a moment, then lines up for a punt. Orton kicks air, and gets dropped by White Noise for two.
- Sheamus mocks Batista's thumbs-down chant as he lines for a Brogue Kick. Sheamus goes for one, but Orton dodges and goes for a second RKO. Sheamus escapes and Brogue Kicks Orton into the corner. Orton staggers into another Brogue Kick to give Sheamus the win.
Sheamus def Randy Orton
A video is aired highlighting a Draft Kings contest thing.
The New Day vs The Primetime Players vs Lucha Dragons vs Los Matadores (WWE Tag Team Championship)
- Before the match, The New Day cuts a promo calling Brooklyn disgusting and calling themselves clean and good-looking (Tyler Breeze would disagree). Kofi Kingston tells us that they're gonna teach New York about hip-hop (knocking Jay-Z in the process). All three pull out mouth organs, blow them, and start singing about themselves in the tune of Empire State of Mind. This gets applause and a "New Day rocks" chant.
- LOOK AT KOFI'S SHOES!!!
- Big E and Titus O'Neil start, and Kofi immediately tags himself in and tries to pin Big E to win (yes, this is legal).
- After this brilliant skulduggery, Sin Cara is tagged in and is head-scissored by Kingston. Sin Cara tags Kalisto, sentons Kingston, and monkey flips Kalisto onto Kingston for two. Kingston quickly gets up and tags Big E.
- Kalisto works over Big E before E staggers to the corner of the Primetime Players, where Darren Young tags himself in. Kalisto and Young have a cool athletic sequence before Kalisto climbs the turnbuckle in the New Day's corner. Kingston tags himself in and immediately gets worked over by Young.
- Young works over Kingston, sending him sliding to the outside. Young follows and slides onto the apron to get splashed by Big E. Young makes it back inside and Los Matadores start tagging back and forth to work over Young. After a minute or so, New Day is tagged in and do their signature corner stomps as Xavier Woods gives a sermon to the cameraman.
- After a pin attempt from Kingston, he locks a chinlock on Young. The lock is released, and Big E is tagged and the two perform a cool double team gutbuster/head kick. Big E locks in an abdominal stretch as blood comes out of Young's mouth.Young briefly escapes, but Big E continues working him over as Woods continues his revival on the outside.
- Kingston is tagged and goes for a top-rope move, but falls into an inverted atomic drop from Young. O'Neil is tagged in and go insane like he always does, taking everyone out. After wrecking one of the Matadores, O'Neil splashes both him and Kingston in a corner. As this happens, Diego tags himself in, kicks O'Neil, and cross-bodies him for two.
- After the cross-body, some insanity occurs as Sin Cara enters and does stuff before diving outside. More insanity follows as Xavier Woods and El Torito get involved, leading to a pile of bodies outside. The pile gets bigger as Big E spears Darren Young out of his boots.
- Back inside, Kalisto and Sin Cara try to position one of the Matadores for something. The Matador slips off, and the other takes his place. O'Neill gets involved and hits a Tower of Doom.
- The insanity continues as O'Neill hits Clash of the Titus on a Matador. Kingston comes in OUT OF NOWHERE and hits a penalty kick on O'Neil. Big E rolls O'Neill out as Kingston covers the Matador to win.
New Day def Primetime Players, Los Matadores, and Lucha Dragons; gain the Tag Team Championship
The New Day are going to Disney World!
Backstage, Jon Stewart and his son are chatting up Neville and Stephen Amell when the lights dim and The Undertaker strolls by. Smoke passes, and the lights come back up. A startled Stewart asks Amell to sign his son's shirt.
Rusev vs Dolph Ziggler
- Lana has ditched the business suit, and is now wearing clothing designed by Ziggler's clothing designer. On the other hand, Hot Summer comes out in a sparkly suit that Vanna White may have worn at one time.
- Rusev and Ziggler stare down before Ziggler starts throwing punches. Rusev takes control momentarily until he eats a dropkick from Ziggler. Ziggler hits a few corner punches until being shoved off by Rusev. He tries to follow with a splash, but Rusev moves, causing Ziggler to crash into the buckle.
- Rusev drops multiple elbows for a two count, and starts working Ziggler over, eventually locking in a bearhug. Ziggler eventually escapes just to get hit with a huge side slam for two.
- Ziggler struggles to his feet and starts throwing strikes, staggering Rusev for a moment until the Bulgarian throws some clubbing blogs. Rusev goes for a military press powerslam, but Ziggler counters into a big DDT, laying out both men.
- Both get back to their feet, and Ziggler starts to hit his rally moves. After a neckbreaker, Ziggler points at Lana before dropping an elbow for merely one. Ziggler tries to hit a clothesline and rebounds a couple times before eating a spinning heel kick from Rusev for two. Rusev is starting to get frustrated and climbs the buckle. Ziggler follows with a Super X-Factor for a two count.
- Ziggler goes for a superkick, but Rusev blocks it and hits a spinning back suplex before hitting a somersault senton for two. Rusev gets frustrated and starts calling for DAT KICK. Ziggler dodges and lands a sunset flip for two. Rusev gets up and goes for another kick, but Ziggler dodges and locks in a sleeper hold that Rusev soon powers out of.
- Ziggler dodges a corner splash from Rusev and lands an awesome Famouser for two. He goes for the Zig Zag, but Rusev hangs on to the ropes, lands a front flapjack on Ziggler before landing DAT KICK.
- Rusev locks in the Accolade, and Lana starts screaming at Ziggler to fight it. Hot Summer walks over to slap Lana, but Lana blocks it and slaps Hot Summer. Rusev breaks the hold to confront Lana as Ziggler rolls outside.
- As Rusev holds Ziggler and Lana begs for mercy, Hot Summer takes Lana down. During the distraction, Ziggler superkicks Rusev onto the announce table. Unfortunately, Ziggler cannot make it into the ring before ten, causing a double count-out.
Dolph Ziggler and Rusev fight to a double count-out
After the bell, Rusev and Ziggler brawl until Hot Summer heads in to pound on Ziggler. Lana follows to attack Hot Summer until both men separate the women.
Neville and Stephen Amell vs Stardust and King Barrett
- The video package for this is pretty cool with the comic book art style.
- Stardust and Barrett have some pretty cool, villainesque capes on tonight. Stardust has also lost his sleeves.
- Neville and Barrett start this one off as Jerry Lawler references Andy Kaufman a bit. Neville and Barrett trade a few strikes before Neville starts his flippy stuff with his corner-to-corner flips that lead into a cross-body. Barrett tags Stardust after a head-scissors. Stardust does not want Neville; he wants Amell.
- Amell is tagged in, and Amell jumps from the rope RIGHT into Stardust's face. Stardust shoves Amell down before taunting him. As Stardust goes on, Amell kips up and kicks Stardust in the gut.
- After some time to recoup, Stardust starts to work over Amell before Amell flips out of a back suplex and lands a nice hip toss. Stardust is sent reeling and tags in Barrett, while Amell stays and takes some punishment. Amell whips Barrett, but Barrett responds with a kick to the midsection. Barrett and Stardust start to over Amell.
- After Stardust lands a front suplex facebuster, Amell hits an enziguiri out of nowhere and tags Neville in for some major house cleaning on Barrett, including a Phoenix Splash from the second rope.
- Stardust breaks the pin, and Neville sends him and Barrett outside. Neville teases a moonsault outside, but Amell stops him, climbs the turnbuckle, and cross-bodies both Stardust and Barrett.
- Barrett is brought back in to eat a Red Arrow.
Stephen Amell and Neville def Stardust and King Barrett
Big Show vs The Miz vs Ryback (WWE Intercontinental Championship)
- The bell rings and Big Show and Ryback tussle as The Miz goes outside to let the two big men work each other. Miz hits a drive-by and is chased inside by Ryback. Big Show grabs both and goes for a chokeslam, but the two fight out and go for a double suplex. Instead, Show suplexes both of them simultaneously.
- Show lines Ryback up and drops a sort-of somersault senton on him, but Miz sneaks in to try to steal one to no avail. Show punishes Miz with chops before hitting both with corner butt-blocks. Ryback takes Show's knee out and eventually splashes Miz. As soon as Ryback splashes Miz, Show chokeslams Ryback onto Miz. Miz rolls out and Show gets a two count.
- Show goes for a KO Punch, but Ryback dodges and hits a spinebuster on Show before landing another splash. He lines up for a Meat Hook, but Show grabs Ryback's throat. Ryback counters with a Shell Shock, and Miz hits Ryback immediately with a Skull Crushing Finale. Miz tries to pin both men multiple times to no avail.
- Ryback goes for a Shell Shock on Miz,but Show is there with a KO Punch. Show covers Ryback, but Miz breaks the pin and tries for a pin himself to no avail.
- Eventually, Show hits Miz with a KO Punch, and Ryback dodges a KO and clotheslines Show outside. Ryback covers Miz to win.
Ryback def The Miz and Big Show; retains the Intercontinental Championship
A lone Jon Stewart attempts to interview one Brock Lesnar, but is met be Paul Heyman. Heyman tells Stewart that it isn't a good time, and asks about what happened when HIS GUY (Undertaker) was ended by Brock Lesnar. Stewart channels his inner wrestling fan by knocking Lesnar's defeat of Undertaker.
After asking for Heyman's response, Heyman starts singing the Battle Hymn of Brock Lesnar before making a dig at David Letterman.
Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper vs Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns
- Wyatt comes out and he's grown horns.
- We start with Ambrose and Harper. Ambrose starts with a head of steam and takes down Harper with a bulldog after some trikes. Wyatt tries to get involved, but Reigns stops him.
- Outside, we get some brawling as Reigns and Wyatt keep going at it. Wyatt is sent over the barricade, and Ambrose runs across the announce tables to clothesline Wyatt before continuing his working of Harper. The two brothers exchange tags to work Harper until Ambrose lands an elbow for two.
- Wyatt provides a brief distraction, allowing Harper to control Ambrose. Reigns tries to beat Wyatt more, but this is stopped by a Black Hole Slam to the apron followed by a superkick. Ambrose tries to stop this, but he has a rebound clothesline stopped by a boot from Harper.
- Wyatt is finally tagged in and start working Ambrose with a suplex throw. Harper gets back in and starts working Ambrose with some chops before retagging Wyatt, who keeps the pressure on with a draping suplex/DDT hybrid to the floor.
- Harper is tagged in and locks in a crossface after booting Ambrose. Wyatt and Harper continue trading tags and working over Ambrose for a good while until Ambrose hits a rebound clothesline on Wyatt.
- Reigns gets a hot tag to boos as he works over Harper and Wyatt.This goes until Reigns eats a superkick and sit-out powerbomb from Harper for two. Wyatt is tagged in and eats a superman punch after a failed double team. Ambrose is tagged in and Wyatt eats a Doomsday Device for two when Harper breaks the count.
- Harper eats a second superman punch and then a double powerbomb. Wyatt eats Dirty Deeds followed by a spear for the loss.
Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns def Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper
John Cena vs Seth Rollins (WWE World Heavyweight AND United States Championships)
- Seth is wearing all white for some reason.
- Cena and Rollins tie up for a moment, then breaks as the crowd does their dueling Cena chants. They tie up again and do some technical wrestling with Rollins hitting a hip toss followed by a dropkick before mocking the "You Can't See Me" chant. Cena respond with a strike followed by more technical stuff.
- Cena hits a belly-to-belly slam then locks a chinlock after a very brief pin. Cena whips Rollins into the corner, but Rollins dodges, climbs the buckle, and lands a blockbuster followed by two suicide dives and a top-rope plancha...Rollins is working face here.
- Back inside, Cena lands his shoulder blocks and goes for the protobomb, but Rollins hits a Sling Blade for two.
- Rollins runs at Cena in a corner, who forces him over the rope. Rollins goes for a flying knee, but Cena grabs the leg and goes for the STF. Rollins escapes and talks into a protobomb. As Cena goes for the Five Knuckle Shuffle, Rollins kicks Cena and goes for a Pedigree. Cena reverses, causing Rollins to land on his feet. Cena hits a springboard stunner and the Five Knuckle Shuffle.
- Rollins gets back up and, after downing Cena, lands a running shooting star press for two. Rollins puts Cena on the top turnbuckle, but Cena knocks him off briefly. Rollins gets back on the turnbuckle and knocks Cena into a tree of woe. Cena sits up in the tree just in time to eat a double stomp for two.
- Rollins argues with the ref a bit as Cena struggles to his feet. As Rollins taunts him, Cena hops up and hits an AA for a close two count. Both get to their feet and trade some strikes with Cena blocking the face.
- Rollins goes for the Pedigree again, but Cena reverses this and catapults Rollins onto the buckle. Rollins catches himself right as Cena lands an electric chair facebuster for two. Cena then goes to the turnbuckle and hits the leg drop for two.
- Cena goes for another AA, and then places Rollins on the buckle for a Super AA. Rollins flips off and, after a sloppy moment, hits a buckle bomb on Cena. Rollins goes to the top rope and lands a MASSIVE frog splash for....WAIT A MINUTE, CENA CAUGHT HIM INTO AN AA GRIP!!! Rollins flips out of the AA and lands a dropkick. Moments later, Rollins catches Cena into his own AA for two!
- Both men are down as the "this is awesome" chant starts. Rollins gets to thinking, and looks at the buckle. He's going for broke as he climbs for a Phoenix Splash. He goes for it, but Cena dodges. However, Rollins rolls out of it, but is caught by a STF. Rollins fights out, but Cena goes for an AA. Rollins escapes this and goes for a Pedigree. Cena escapes this and LOCKS IN A FIGURE FOUR!!!
- After a little bit, Rollins reverses the pressure for a while until Cena reaches the ropes. Rollins staggers into two right hands from Cena. Cena goes to the top, but Rollins FOLLOWS WITH A SUPERPLEX INTO A FALCON ARROW FOR A TWO COUNT!!!
- Rollins lines Cena up for the Phoenix Splash, but faceplants. Cena goes for the AA, but a ref bump happens. Cena hits the AA and goes for a pin, but the ref is out. As Cena tries to figure things out, Rollins gets a knee into Cena's face. As the two are down, Jon Stewart comes with a chair...AND HITS JOHN CENA WITH IT!!!
- Rollins lands a Pedigree on the chair FOR THE WIN!!!
Seth Rollins def John Cena; retains the WWE World Heavyweight Championship and gains the United States Championship
Some WWE Network announcements are made, including a Stone Cold Podcast with Edge & Christian as well as an upcoming live show from Madison Square Garden featuring Brock Lesnar on October 6th.
Team Bella vs Team BAD vs Team PCB
- Brie Bella and Becky Lynch start this match. Brie forces Becky to the corner briefly but Becky responds with a couple armdrags and a dropkick. Brie goes for and hits Brie Mode.
- Team BAD start working over Becky now, with Sasha getting pops for each tag. Sasha and Naomi land sitting sentons on Becky before tagging Tamina to do some hoss work, including hossing Becky into the apron. Charlotte stops this by spearing Tamina, but this is short lived as Naomi and Sasha each do somersault planchas onto everyone on the outside. The Belllas follow with suicide dives.
- Alicia Fox and Paige fight on the turnbuckle until Alicia is sent crashing and burning to the crowd. Paige reminds us that this is her house before somersaulting into the mess.
- Back inside, Tamina works Becky a bit more before Brie tags herself in and hits a super Bella Buster to pin Tamina
- Team BAD is eliminated
- Nikki immediately hits Becky with the Rack Attack, but both Charlotte and Paige break the count. Paige is tagged and starts to work over Nikki, eventually hitting a fall-away slam, but Nikki rolls outside.
- Paige follows outside into the clutches of Nikki, who lands an Alabamaslam on the outside. Paige gets in at 9, but barely. Nikki continues to work her over.
- Brie is tagged and works Paige after a double flapjack is hit. Brie goes for Daniel Bryan's signature kicks, and Paige is able to roll-up Brie when she goes for the big finale. Brie kicks out and some triple teaming occurs before Alicia is tagged in and land her beautiful Northern Lights suplex for two.
- Alicia and Nikki continue working Paige over for a bit. After good while, Paige hits Alicia with a Boma Ye and tags Charlotte in to do some work. Charlotte locks Alicia in the Figure Eight, but Nikki breaks it. Paige spears Nikki out of the ring as Charlotte and Alicia big boot each other.
- Hot tag #2 happens when Becky Lynch and Brie Bella are tagged in. They go at it for a bit until Brie kicks her from the corner...then air-balls a missile dropkick. Becky lands a pumphandle uranage for the win for her team.
Team PCB def Team Bella and Team BAD
Kevin Owens vs Cesaro
- The bell rings, and both men start to exchange strikes. Cesaro goes for a swing, but Owens kicks him away and, after a few moments, dumps Cesaro outside and follows with a plancha to a huge reaction. As Owens mouths to Michael Cole, Cesaro follows with a spinning plancha of his own.
- Back inside, Cesaro hits a cross body for two. Cesaro teases another swing, but delivers a double foot stomp instead. Owens heads outside to recover, and Cesaro gives chase and is driven into the barricade. Owens follows up with a cannonball on the barricade.
- Owens gets Cesaro back inside for a two count before throwing some good strikes. Owens delivers two consecutive sentons to Cesaro's abdomen and back for a two count, then barks to the crowd. Owens keeps the pressure up before opening Chinlock City.
- After the chinlock, strikes are traded until Cesaro uppercuts the turnbuckle. Owens follows with an inverted TKO for two, then he follows with a flipping leg drop for two (Harlem Hangover from a run).
- Owens chinlocks Cesaro to the ground, and Owens tells Cesaro to stay down as the crowd does the "Ole" chant for Sami Zayn. Owens slaps Cesaro, sparking a flurry from the Swiss Superman. After a right hand from Owens, Cesaro hits an alpamare waterslide for two.
- Owens starts to climb the turnbuckle, but eats a couple uppercuts. Cesaro chases up and lands a super gutwrench suplex for two.
- Cesaro lines up for a Neutralizer, but Owens fights out. After some strikes, Cesaro goes for it again, but Owens back drops him. Shortly after, Owens hits a springboard tornado DDT for two.
- Owens gets up to the turnbuckle and goes for the double jump moonsault, but Cesaro dodges and hits his flurry of running uppercuts until Owens lands a huge superkick for two. Owens starts to get frustrated with the ref.
- Owens goes for the pop-up powerbomb, but Cesaro catches himself on the rope, goes to the other side, and lands a huge flying uppercut for two. Owens heads to the outside after the count. Cesaro chases and uppercuts Owens on the barricade.
- Cesaro calls for and delivers the swing and locks in the sharpshooter. Owens powers over to the rope to break the hold.
- Cesaro gets Owens on the top rope and lines up for a superplex. Owens tries to counter with his fisherman's buster, but Cesaro escapes and dropkicks Owens before getting back to the rope. Cesaro gets crotched and eats the fisherman's buster followed by the pop-up powerbomb for the loss.
Kevin Owens def Cesaro
This is the same man who went through hell in last night's ladder match...much respect, Owens
Undertaker vs Brock Lesnar
- Lesnar goes right after Undertaker as he enters the ring, and this war is on as both men trade bombs until Taker boots Lesnar and clotheslines him to the outside. Lesnar look back in anger as he circles Taker.
- Taker reenters, teh bell rings, and Lesnar takes Taker down and they start trading barbs MMA style until Lesnar is stunned. Taker works the arm a bit before going up for Old School. As Taker walks the ropes, Lesnar pulls him into the F5 position, but Taker escapes and goes for a chokeslam. Taker is forced from this into a corner where he receives some shoulder thrusts.
- Suplex City is opened up after a belly-to-belly and a German.
- SUPLEX CITY, BITCH!!!
- Taker is staggered as Lesnar gets him up for another German. However, Taker runs forward and forces Lesnar's head into the buckle. Taker shortly follows with Snake Eyes and a subsequent running boot.
- Lesnar heads outside , and he is bleeding as he is charged into the barricade and ring apron by Taker. Taker drapes Lesnar on the apron and hits the iconic leg drop on the apron.
- Taker reenters the two start trading strikes until Taker goes for a chokeslam. Lesnar fights out and lands a German for suplex #3.
- #4 is hit as Taker slowly struggles to get to his feet. Taker fights, but #5 is landed as Lesnar sneers.
- Lesnar starts to deconstruct the French announce table, but Taker catches him and sets up for a Last Ride. Lesnar counters and lands a F5 through the French table.
- A bloodied Lesnar reenters the ring as Taker writhes in pain. Taker eventually makes it in at 9, and Lesnar is unimpressed as Taker struggles to get up.
- "I'll kill you, you son of a bitch. Come on!" - Lesnar
- "You're gonna have to" - Taker
- After Taker fires back, Taker sparks up and delivers a HUGE chokeslam followed by a Tombstone Piledriver for two (very close at that). Both men are down as Lesnar sits up and laughs. Taker sits ups and mocks Lesnar before they two start trading punches. Both get to their feed and Taker gets forced into the corner and eats shoulder thrusts.
- Lesnar mounts Taker and locks in a Kimura for a little bit, but Taker is able to power Lesnar down with a Last Ride for two.
- Both make it to their feet, and Lesnar lands a second F5, but Taker is still able to kick out with authority. Lesnar is starting to get frustrated as he drips sweat and blood.
- Lesnar immediately lands a third F5, BUT UNDERTAKER WILL NOT DIE AS LESNAR LOOKS WITH A LOOK OF ABSOLUTE SHOCK
- Keep in mind that Lesnar landed three F5s before killing Taker at WrestleMania...remember this.
- Lesnar struggles to get Taker up until Taker suddenly locks in Hell's Gate. After a bit, Lesnar absolutely powers out and locks in a Kimura Lock. Taker pins Lesnar, but Lesnar counts out. Despite this, the bell rings, and Charles Robinson is PISSED.
- As Robinson yells and Lesnar and Heyman celebrate, Taker hits a low bow and locks Hell's Gate in again. As Taker applies the pressure, Lesnar flips Taker the middle finger before passing out in Hell's Gate.
Undertaker def Brock Lesnar
Upon the replay, it appears that Taker did tap out, so who knows.
After Taker leaves, a VERY pissed off Heyman rings the bell loudly before telling us that the REAL winner by tap out submission was Brock Lesnar
It's become clear that there is only one place big enough to end this feud, that that place is Texas...