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WWE Madison Square Garden "Lesnar vs. Big Show"
Saturday, October 3, 2015
From Madison Square Garden in New York City
Report by Sean Hopkins of WrestlingNewsWorld.com

The show opens with a video package hyping tonight's live event, featuring the return of Brock Lesnar to MSG to face off against the Big Show. There's also a good bit of time spent on Cena vs. Rollins for the United States Championship inside a steel cage.

There's no pyro, and (I believe) Byron Saxton welcomes us to the show. Sheamus' music hits, and the Irishman makes his way out to the ring to a pretty decent reaction from the crowd. Sheamus is carrying his Money in the Bank briefcase as he makes his way down the aisle.

There's a different announce team than normal as Rich Brennan is joined by Byron Saxton and JBL. Rusev is the next man to make his way out, of course accompanied by Summer Rae.

Dolph Ziggler is the first man out for his team, and the Show-off gets a pretty great pop from the New York fans.

Randy Orton is the final man out for this match, and the Viper also gets a great reaction. Hopefully these fans continue to stay this hot all night.

Tag Team Match
Rusev and Sheamus vs. Randy Orton and Dolph Ziggler

The bell rings no one gets out of the ring immediately as both teams stare each other down. It looks like Sheamus and Orton will kick things off. Sheamus attacks Orton in the corner, punching and kicking him before hitting him with an uppercut. Sheamus sends Orton across the ring, and Orton responds with a clothesline before mounting him in the corner for a series of punches. Sheamus pushes Orton off, then eats a quick dropkick. Sheamus tags out to Rusev, but Orton waves off the tag from Ziggler. Rusev backs Orton into the corner and punches at him furiously before being backed off by the ref. Orton pokes Rusev in the eye, then tags out to Ziggler who comes in with a big dropkick. Ziggler hits a splash in the corner and follows it up with a neckbreaker, then a leaping elbow drop for a one count.

Ziggler knocks Sheamus from the apron with a superkick, but is then slammed to the mat by Rusev. Sheamus tags back into the match and stands over Ziggler before picking him up and dumping him to the mat with a huge suplex. Sheamus clamps on a rear chin lock and grinds Ziggler into the mat. Ziggler refuses to quit, making his way to his feet and breaking the hold, but Sheamus waves off a dropkick and hits a huge clothesline. Rusev tags back in and stomps at Ziggler before hitting a headbutt. Rusev locks in the claw on Ziggler's shoulder. Ziggler stands and breaks the hold with a series of punches, but Rusev blocks a dropkick, launching Ziggler into the turnbuckle with a slingshot before picking him up and slamming him back to the mat. Sheamus tags in once more and taunts Orton while standing over Ziggler.

Ziggler strains for the tag, but Sheamus puts him back to the mat and stomps away before tagging Rusev back in. Rusev yells in Ziggler's face before picking him up to his feet. Ziggler tries to fight back, scoring with a couple of punches and a kick to the knee, but when Ziggler tries to leap over Rusev, Rusev catches him and plants his face in the top turnbuckle. Rusev slams Ziggler to the mat once more before tagging Sheamus back in. Sheamus tries for a slam, but Ziggler drops to his feet and slams Sheamus to the mat. Rusev tags in and Ziggler slips out of another slam attempt, and slams Rusev to the mat. Both men make the tag and Orton hits Sheamus with a couple of big clotheslines and a snap powerslam. Sheamus goes to the apron and Orton brings him back in with a suspension DDT to a lot of love from the crowd. Orton drops to the mat, and when he stands he tosses Rusev to the apron. Ziggler knocks Rusev off the apron with a superkick, but Orton is distracted and he turns around into a clothesline from Sheamus. Sheamus tries for the brogue kick, but misses. Ziggler hits Sheamus with a superkick and Orton follows with the RKO. Orton pins Sheamus for three.

Winners: Dolph Ziggler and Randy Orton

After the match, Rusev grabs a mic and tells Sheamus he's a stupid non-American. He ruined this whole match. He could have beaten them himself. Sheamus is useless, even more than Lana. Rusev tells Sheamus to go back, pack his suitcase and leave. Sheamus starts to exit the ring, but makes his way back in when Rusev turns his back. Rusev starts to run down Lana, but Sheamus hits him with a brogue kick first. Sheamus asks for his briefcase, then grabs the mic. Sheamus tells Rusev to kiss his arse.

The announcers send it to a video package to recap the 'performance review' segment from Raw featuring Seth Rollins and Kane.

Renee Young is standing backstage with Kane, in non-demon mode. She asks how Kane's leg is. Kane says his leg feels good. It's hard to get around on crutches, but he looks at challenges like this as an opportunity for personal growth. He came here tonight for one reason only, Seth Rollins, he's got an opportunity to win the US Championship back tonight against John Cena, and he wouldn't miss the opportunity to see it. He said Rollins was nervous when he saw Kane earlier, but if Kane sees the demon lurking anywhere around MSG, he'll send him packing.

Back in the arena, Stardust makes his way out to a bit of a lackluster reaction from the MSG crowd.

Neville is the next man to make his way out, and he too gets a pretty subdued reaction from the fans, but it's a bit louder than Stardust's.

Singles Match
Stardust vs. Neville

The bell rings and both men circle each other for a bit before locking up. Stardust goes right for a headlock, but Neville pushes him away. Stardust knocks Neville to the mat, does a cartwheel, and dances for the crowd. Stardust and Neville trade position for a bit before Stardust knocks Neville back down to the mat. Neville blocks a kick, sweeps the leg, and does a cartwheel and dances for the crowd. Neville avoids Stardust in the corner, and flips across the ring before hitting a splash from the second rope and following with a quick hurricanrana. Stardust backdrops Neville to the apron and knocks him down with a beautiful disaster kick before stomping away at Neville. Cody drops down and grabs Neville's cape, but he's rolled up for two. Neville stands and is immediately dropped with a huge clothesline. Stardust goes for the pin but only gets two.

Stardust clamps on a rear chinlock, but Neville fights to his feet. Stardust pulls him back down to the mat and stomps away at him before leaning down and punching Neville's face. Stardust buries his knee in Neville's back and goes right into another rear chinlock. Neville fights up once more and breaks the hold, but eats a flying forearm to the face. Stardust pulls Neville to his feet, and Neville begins fighting back, stunning Stardust with a chinbreaker. Stardust stops Neville and drops to the outside, teasing wrapping his leg around the ring post, but Neville pulls back and sends Stardust face first into the post. Stardust makes it back into the ring, but Neville ducks a springboard splash and scores with a series of kicks, including one to the side of Stardust's head that sends him scurrying to the outside. Neville heads to the apron and scores with a kick to the chest and a springboard moonsault. Neville sends Stardust back into the ring and goes for the top, but when Stardust stand, he stops him. Neville heads back into the ring, but he's slammed to the mat hard.

Stardust goes for the cape once more, putting it on this time. Stardust heads to the top rope and leaps off into a shot to the gut from Neville. Neville kicks Stardust in the chin, then heads to the top rope where he hits the red arrow for a three count.

Winner: Neville

Neville immediately puts his cape back on to celebrate his victory.

Backstage, Renee Young is standing alongside Paul Heyman. Heyman says that's not how she does it. Heyman introduces himself and says on behalf of all of the homegrown New Yorkers, he wants to welcome everyone to the world's most famous arena, Madison Square Garden. Heyman says if you can catch your breath here, you really don't belong because this place is special. Heyman is surprised that Big Show has the guts to walk into the Garden like the Boston Celtics. Except his home team won't be on defense tonight, his home team, the Beast, will be on offense. Because tonight, live at MSG on the WWE Network, it's city hall for Suplex City. Big Show has had a wonderful time leading up to this match, but tonight it's eat, sleep, conquer, repeat thanks to Brock Lesnar.

We get a recap of the Divas action on Monday Night Raw that saw Paige attacking Natalya and betraying Charlotte and Becky.

Team Bella make their way out to the ring for the next match, and they get a bit of a reaction out of the crowd, which actually seems to be a bigger reaction than either Neville or Stardust got in the previous match.

Paige is out next, to a little bit of heat. Becky Lynch is out next to a pretty good pop from the fans, and she's followed by the Diva's Champion, Charlotte, who gets her fair share of 'woos' from the crowd.

Six Diva Tag Team Match
Team Bella vs. Paige, Becky Lynch and Charlotte

The bell rings and it looks like Becky and Alicia Fox will be kicking things off. We get a lock up and Alicia tosses Becky across the ring. Another lockup and Becky tosses Alicia. Becky scores with a quick heel kick and slams Alicia to the mat before hitting a series of quick legdrops. Paige makes the blind tag and hits a quick knee to Fox's face before tossing her into the corner for a running knee. Paige continues the assault with knees to the face before sending Alicia across the ring and kicking her in the face for a two count. Paige tags Becky back into the match and Before hits a couple of uppercuts, but Alicia is able to turn things around and tag in Brie. Brie comes in and kicks Becky, but Becky catches a second kick, and hits an exploder suplex that sends Brie to the floor.

Becky chases Brie, and mows down Alicia on the floor, but Brie makes the tag and Nikki attacks Becky from behind. Alicia tags in and she and Nikki hit a double suplex that's good for a two count before Alicia starts stretching Becky's arms. Alicia picks Becky up and slams her back to the mat before tagging in Brie who comes in with a flying clothesline. Brie hits Becky with a series of elbows to the shoulder, and then locks in a modified rear chinlock. Becky fights up to her feet, but can't make the tag as she's thrown into the ropes. Brie hits Becky with a running knee to the face that's good for a two count.

Nicky tags in and snaps Becky's neck before tossing Charlotte from the apron. Becky scores with a quick rollup before tagging out to Charlotte. Charlotte hits Nikki with a couple of quick chops, a neckbreaker, and a spear. Charlotte sets up for the figure eight, but Paige tags herself in, and she and Charlotte argue for a bit. Paige turns around into a big clothesline from Nikki, who tags Brie back in. Brie goes for a quick pin, getting a two count. Brie takes Paige into the corner before tagging out to Alicia. Alicia hits a nice Northern lights suplex, bridging into a pin for two. Alicia follows it up with a rear chinlock.

Alicia tosses Paige back into the corner and tags in Nikki, who wipes Paige out with a rear elbow that's good for another near fall. Nikki traps Paige in another rear chinlock, then rolls her into a front facelock. Paige fights up to her feet, and Nikki breaks the hold. Paige scores with a kick to the chest and both women hit a clothesline at the same time. Paige crawls for the corner, but both Becky and Charlotte drop from the apron and refuse the tag. Paige is grabbed from behind by Nikki, who hits the rack attack for three.

Winners: Nikki Bella, Brie Bella, and Alicia Fox

Nikki gives Becky and Charlotte a thumbs up as they walk to the back. Charlotte and Becky make their way slowly up the aisle, staring Paige down on their way backstage.

Paige grabs a mic and says she can't believe her teammates would do that to her. That they would leave her high and dry like that. She's their best friend. Paige says she would never do anything to her teammates like that. She doesn't know whether she can forgive Charlotte and Becky. Paige drops the mic and makes her way toward the back.

We get a recap of Bray Wyatt vs. Roman Reigns from Raw, and their confrontation on Smackdown leading to their Hell in a Cell match later this month, in the form of a video package.

Chris Jericho makes his way out to the ring for the next match, getting a huge pop from the fans.

Jericho's got a mic and he welcomes the crowd to 'MSG is Jericho'. He says this is also the 25th anniversary of Jericho in this business tonight. October 3rd 1990 in Alberta, Canada, the moose hall in front of 50 people, against Lance Storm (who's in the crowd tonight), they did a 10-minute broadway (draw), and now he's in the most famous arena in the world, in New York City. It makes so much sense because he remembers being 3 years old and watching his dad, Ted Irving, play with the New York Rangers. Now here he is, all these years later, in front of some of his oldest friends in the business. Jericho points out some of his other wrestler friends sitting in the crowd, and says the fans are some of the greatest in the world. Big Y2J chants from the crowd. Jericho says thanks for letting him live this amazing dream, and tonight he's got the chance to become the WWE Intercontinental Champion for the 10th time tonight. Either way he's going out to the streets and having a great time tonight, and all of the fans will never, eeeeeeever be the same again!

Kevin Owens makes his way out next, and the Champion gets a pretty great reaction, but Jericho is a hard act to follow.

WWE Intercontinental Championship Match
Kevin Owens vs. Chris Jericho

The bell rings and both men circle each other before Owens attacks Jericho in the corner, hitting him with forearms and kicks. Owens hits the ropes and runs right into a big dropkick from Jericho. Owens drops out to the apron, and Jericho hits him with a springboard dropkick that sends him to the floor. Jericho follows to the outside where he slams Owens head into the announcer's table before sending Owens back into the ring. Owens catches Jericho with a kick to the chest and a running knee to the side of the head on his way back into the ring. Owens screams at Jericho and stomps away at him before punching him, and kneeing him in the side of the head once more. Jericho fights back with a couple of quick chops, but misses a dropkick and eats a quick running senton from Owens that's good for a two count.

Owens clamps on a rear chinlock and talks trash to Jericho. Jericho fights up to his feet and out of the hold, but Owens catches him with a forearm. Jericho responds with a kick to the chest and a couple of chops. Owens tosses Jericho out to the apron and Jericho scurries up to the top rope quickly, coming off with a double axe handle. Jericho goes for the walls of Jericho, but Owens fights it off. Jericho hits an enzugiri, but can't keep Owens down for three. Jericho kicks at Owens in the corner, hitting a big forearm before leaning in with a huge chop. Owens reverses a whip into the corner, but Jericho leaps over Owens. Owens responds with a giant clothesline that's good for a two count. Owens tosses Jericho into the ropes, but misses with the pop up powerbomb. Owens counters the codebreaker, and hits a package sit-out powerbomb that's good for another two count.

Owens runs right into a big chop from Jericho, then is planted face first on the mat. Owens gets his knees up to block the lionsault, then hits the running cannonball in the corner. Owens heads to the top rope and comes off with a swanton, but Jericho gets his knees up. Jericho is able to turn Owens over and lock in the Walls of Jericho, but Owens makes it to the ropes to break the hold. Owens avoids a charging Jericho in the corner and sends him shoulder first into the ring post before rolling him up for two. Jericho hits the codebreaker out of nowhere, but is slow to make the cover. Owens grabs the rope at two to break the pin.

Jericho hits Owens with a series of rights to the face before kicking at his ribs. Owens stands and hits a superkick out of nowhere before sending Jericho into the ropes. Jericho counters the pop-up powerbomb with a hurricanrana, but Owens rolls through for a pin. Jericho kicks out, but gets poked in the eye and wrapped up in a small package for three.

Winner and STILL WWE Intercontinental Champion: Kevin Owens

Big Show is shown backstage getting himself psyched up for his match later tonight, but it's not long before we look to head back into the arena. We get a nice little video package that shows the recent events that have led to New Day putting their Tag Team Championships on the line against the Dudley Boyz tonight.

New Day is the first team to make their way out into the arena, and of course they've got something to say on their way to the ring. Big E says this is the final night of the Dudley Boyz goodbye forever tour. Kofi says since their return, you've seen all their greatest hits; Bubba shoving D-von for no reason, but you've also seen random television references from the 90's in 'whazzzzup'. Big E says these 9-time Champions, these legends have shown a different side. A non-sensical side like wearing glasses with no lenses. Woods says they've also shown a despicable side. Big E says look at Woods, a quiet, humble, introverted man. Woods says they put him through a table! Kofi says for shame, not only did they bring pain and suffering onto this perfect human being, they also brought pain and suffering onto a perfectly crafted table. Big E and Woods repeatedly shout 'shame'. Woods says tonight New Day saves the tables! They try to get a 'save the tables' chant going, but are interrupted by the Dudley's music.

The Dudley Boyz make their way out to a pretty nice reaction from the MSG crowd.

WWE Tag Team Championship Match
New Day vs. The Dudley Boyz

The bell rings and it looks like Kofi and D-von will kick things off while Woods toots on his trombone. D-von takes Kofi to the mat, but Kofi makes it to his feet and gets put right into a headlock. Kofi pushes D-von off, but falls to a shoulderblock. D-Von sends Kofi into the ropes and ducks a clothesline, coming back with a rear elbow. Big E tags in and falls to a flying shoulderblock from D-Von before Bubba tags in. We get a double shoulderblock, and double elbow drop from the Dudley's. Big E comes back with a headlock, but Bubba takes him over with a belly to back suplex. Kofi tags in and is thrown across the ring with a hip toss. D-Von tags in and we get some double team work from the Dudley's that includes a big boot from Bubba and a splash from D-Von.

D-Von works over Kofi for a bit before tagging right back out to Bubba. Kofi rakes Bubba's eyes, then tags in Big E. Big E slams Bubba to the mat and dances for a bit, but Bubba comes back, slamming Big E to the mat. D-Von heads to the top rope, but he's pushed off by Woods. The distraction allows Big E to score with a clothesline to Bubba. New Day make quick tags to stomp away on Bubba repeatedly. Kofi hits a seated Bubba with a dropkick in the corner, then picks him up for a series of knees to the chest. Bubba tries to fight back, but Big E tags in and kicks Bubba in the chest before raining down with a series of clubbing blows, and locking in a rear chin lock.

Bubba fights up to his feet and out of the hold, but runs right into a big back elbow from Big E, which is good for a two count. Big E tries for a big splash, but Bubba rolls out of the way. Both men make the tag, and D-Von takes it to Kofi with a series of elbows and forearms before hitting a flying shoulderblock. D-Von knocks both Big E and Woods from the apron, then stops Kofi from leaping out of the corner. D-Von stops Big E with a clothesline, and the Dudley's connect with the 3-D on Kofi. Woods breaks up the pin, and it looks like this one with end in a DQ.

Winners by DQ: The Dudley Boyz
STILL WWE Tag Team Champions: New Day

Following the match, New Day triple team the Dudley's for a bit before bringing a table into the ring. Kofi grabs a mic and announces that they're still the Tag Team Champions. Woods plays a little bit of taps before Big E shoulders D-Von. Bubba tosses Kofi off the top rope and D-Von tosses Big E from the ring. Woods tries to bail, but he's stopped by a clothesline from Bubba. Bubba and D-Von hit Woods with the 3-D, and leave him laying while the crowd cheers.

John Stewart is shown watching in the crowd before they begin hyping Brock Lesnar's return to Madison Square Garden, set to take place next. We get a video package highlighting some of the history between these two men, beginning with their match at Survivor Series 2002 where Big Show won the WWE Championship from Lesnar. We also get further highlights, like Lesnar and Show causing the ring to implode on Smackdown in 2003, and Lesnar destroying Show with a steel chair at the Royal Rumble in 2014.

The Big Show is the first man to make his way into the arena, yelling that he's not going to Suplex City on his way down to the ring.

Brock Lesnar is out next, accompanied by his handler, Paul Heyman. The Beast gets a great reaction on his way into the arena.

Singles Match
Big Show vs. Brock Lesnar

The bell rings and Lesnar charges right in with a couple of big clotheslines, but Show just shrugs them off. Lesnar goes for the legs, but Show picks up Lesnar and dumps him over the top rope to the outside. Lesnar just smiles and laughs it off. Lesnar heads back into the ring and we get a stare down while the crowd chants 'suplex city'. Lesnar charges in again and goes for Show's legs, but Show punches Lesnar in the gut before tossing him into the corner. Show whips Lesnar across the ring and charges in with a shoulder. Lesnar avoids a second charge in the corner and buries his shoulder in Show's midsection a couple of times, but Show is able to fight off a German suplex attempt. Show hits Lesnar with three chokeslams in succession, but Lesnar kicks out at two.

Show tries for the KO punch, but Lesnar ducks and hits a gigantic German suplex, then a second, and Show is just bouncing off the mat. Lesnar waits for Show to stand and hits a third HUGE German suplex.

Lesnar shoulders Big Show, but can't keep him held up, and throws him down to the mat. Lesnar hits a fourth German suplex, and the crowd seems completely stunned. Lesnar waits for Show to stand, and he shoulders Show again, hitting the F5 this time, and this one is over quick as Lesnar gets the three count.

Winner: Brock Lesnar

Lesnar quickly makes his way to the back, as Show just lies on the mat recovering.

As Show makes his way out of the ring, Lesnar marches back down toward the ring. Show sees him coming and makes his way back into the ring, flipping Lesnar off. Lesnar smiles and leaps back up to the apron. Lesnar heads back into the ring and Show is staggered. Lesnar grabs Show around the waist and launches him with a belly to belly suplex. The crowd wants one more, so Lesnar shoulders Show again, and hits another F5.

Show is incredibly slow to make it back up to his feet, using the ropes to help him stand.

The cage is shown being lowered to the ring, and the announcers throw it to a video package highlighting some of the history between Seth Rollins and John Cena, beginning at SummerSlam when Rollins took the US title from Cena, and continuing last month at Night of Champions with Cena winning the title back from Rollins.

Seth Rollins is the first man to make his way to the ring, and the WWE World Heavyweight Champion holds his title high and smiles as he struts down the aisle, getting a pretty nice pop from the NYC fans.

John Cena is the next man out to the ring, and the United States Champion gets a great mixed reaction from the crowd, with quite a few singing about him sucking along to his music.

After formal ring introductions, and a quick run-down of the rules, we're ready to kick off the main event (which will hopefully last a little bit longer than the last match).

WWE United States Championship Steel Cage Match
John Cena vs. Seth Rollins

The bell rings and Cena and Rollins seem to soak in the crowd reactions for a bit before locking up. We get a clean break before both men go for another lockup. Cena goes behind and clamps Rollins in a headlock. Cena takes Rollins over and down to the mat. Rollins fights up to his feet, but Cena pulls him back down to the mat. Rollins fights up once more, and out of the hold, slamming Cena face first into the cage wall.

Rollins stomps on Cena before sending him into the cage wall once more. Rollins scores with a quick right hand, peppering Cena with a couple more before hitting a running forearm in the corner. Rollins pins Cena for a two count. Rollins calls for the door to be opened, but Cena stops him from leaving, and connects with a combination of lefts and rights before being stopped by a kick to the face from Rollins. Rollins begins to climb the cage, but Cena stops him. The two stand on the top rope and Cena hits a big head butt before bulldogging Rollins to the mat from the top rope for a two count.

Cena begins climbing the cage, but Rollins stops him with a big right hand while the two stand on the top rope. Rollins goes for a leaping knee of the top rope, but doesn't really connect with anything other than Cena's forearm, even though Cena drops to the mat and stays down for a two count. Rollins begins to climb once more, but stops and attacks Cena when he sees Cena going for the door. Rollins waits for Cena to stand, and he eats a dropkick to the chest once Cena does make it to his feet.

Cena begins to climb out of the cage, but Rollins pulls him down to the mat and hits the sling blade for another two count. Rollins grinds Cena into the cage wall while screaming that he's the new face of the WWE, and Cena's days are numbered.

Rollins begins to climb the cage, but Cena pulls him down with an electric chair sit out that's good for a two count. Cena heads up to the top rope, but Rollins stops him cold. Rollins heads up to the top and kicks away at Cena before trying to climb. Cena fights back and slams Rollins' face into the cage, causing him to fall to the mat. When Rollins stands, he leaps off, but Rollins counters into a sit-out powerbomb that's good for two.

Rollins picks Cena up to his feet and throws him face first into the cage again before posing for the crowd. Rollins plays to the crowd for a bit, then picks up Cena. He goes to toss Cena into the cage again, but Cena counters and tosses Rollins face first into the wall.

Cena hits a couple of flying shoulderblocks, and a belly to back suplex, before going for the five knuckle shuffle, but Rollins kicks Cena in the shoulder. Rollins crawls for the door, but Cena stops him. Cena pulls on Rollins' legs, but Rollins holds on to the ropes and ends up landing on his feet before kicking Cena in the side of the head. Rollins pins Cena, but only gets two. Rollins pulls himself to his feet using the ropes for leverage. Rollins calls for the five knuckle shuffle, but Cena kicks Rollins in the shoulder, hits a belly to back suplex, and the five knuckle shuffle. Cena shoulders Rollins, but Rollins grabs on to the cage wall. Rollins leaps off the top rope with a flying knee, but Cena catches him and counters into the STF. Rollins crawls for the door and tries to pull himself out of the ring, choking Cena on the bottom rope. Rollins crawls out of the door, but Cena pulls him back in. Both men trade crawling for the door and pulling the other in for a bit before Rollins slams the cage door on Cena's head, scoring another near fall.

Rollins picks Cena up to his feet and goes for the pedigree, but Cena counters, slingshotting Rollins into the corner. Rollins lands on the middle rope and immediately climbs up to the top of the cage. Cena stops Rollins, grabbing him by the hair and slamming him face first into the cage. Cena climbs up to the top of the cage, but Rollins stops him and brings him back in, hitting a superplex, and rolling right through into a sit out suplex that's good for another two count.

Rollins makes it up to his feet and begins the climb once more, making it to the top of the cage, but Cena is up quickly and grabs Rollins by the hair to bring him back in. Rollins and Cena both straddle the cage and trade right hands. Rollins sends Cena back into the ring, but Cena pulls Rollins in as well. Cena sends Rollins off the top rope, then leaps off with a tornado DDT that's good for a two count.

Cena heads for the door, but Rollins leaps to the top of the cage and kicks the cage door into Cena's face. Rollins begins to climb down, but Cena pulls Rollins back into the ring, shouldering him and going for the AA. Rollins lands on his feet and hits a superkick to a kneeling Cena, but it's only good enough for another two count.

Rollins grabs Cena, but Cena goes right into the STF once more. Rollins is in the center of the ring, and he tries to fight it off, finally reversing into an STF of his own. Cena stands with Rollins on his shoulders, and Rollins drops down and hits a low blow on Cena. Rollins begins to climb the cage again, making it to the top easily. Rollins looks down to the mat, but he's stopped show as Kane's music hits, and the Big Red Machine makes his way down to the ringside area. Rollins climbs down the cage, but Kane comes over and keeps Rollins on top of the cage since Rollins is too afraid to come down.

Rollins stand on top of the cage and leaps off with a frog splash, but Cena rolls out of the way, hits the AA, and pins Rollins for three.

Winner and STILL WWE US Champion: John Cena

Cena makes his way to the back with his title over his shoulder, and Rollins lies on the mat with his title. Kane makes his way into the ring and slams the cage door behind him. Rollins begs off in the corner, but Kane grabs him around the throat. Rollins tries to fight it off and goes for the door, but Kane stops him and hits the chokeslam.

Kane draws his thumb across his throat and shoulders Rollins, hitting a tombstone piledriver. The show ends with Kane holding the WWE World Heavyweight Championship high, then dropping it down across Rollins' waist before making his way out of the cage.

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