A vignette for the impending debut of Kenzo Suzuki was shown.
John Cena was still celebrating in the crowd.
The events leading to The Undertaker vs. Booker T were shown.
The Undertaker, with Paul Bearer, vs. Booker T.
Booker had his voodoo pouch with him as he came to the ring. Undertaker had a big pyro and smoke filled entrance. Booker T backed Undertaker into the corner on the lockup and broke clean, but then shoved the Undertaker. Taker threw Booker in the corner and decked him with a punch. Booker rolled to the floor to regroup with his voodoo bag. Back in the ring, Booker hit a knee to the gut and a series of punches. Taker reversed a whip and went for a backdrop, but Booker kicked him. Undertaker just stared at Booker, then hit a clothesline. Undertaker went to work on the arm of Booker, who responded with a back kick. Undertaker reversed a whip into the corner, then hit a sideslam and a legdrop for two. Undertaker clotheslined Booker T over the top rope and to the floor. Booker got on the apron and pulled Undertaker throat first across the top rope. Booker hit a top rope dropkick for a two count. Booker pounded Taker down in a corner, went to his voodoo pouch for inspiration, and walked right into a series of Undertaker rights. Booker went for a side kick, but Undertaker ducked it and hit the flying clothesline. Undertaker did the Old School ropewalk and hit the top rope forearm. Undertaker hit a facedriver and applied a reverse full nelson, but Booker got his feet on the ropes. Undertaker signaled for the Last Ride but Booker floated out of it, crashing into referee Nick Patrick. Booker went to his pouch and threw dirt in the eyes of the Undertaker. Booker went to hit Taker, but Taker was not blinded and pounded Booker. Undertaker missed a boot to the face, and caught his leg on the top rope. Booker then went to work on Taker's leg, pulling it over to the steel ringpost and ramming his leg into it. Booker tossed Undertaker leg first into the ringsteps. Booker hit a forearm off the apron to the floor. Taker responded with a back elbow, but Booker slugged him and tossed him back into the ring. Booker hit a sidekick for a two count, then applied a front facelock.
At the ten minute mark, Undertaker fought out of the facelock with a series of punches, but Booker hit an ax kick for a two count. Undertaker sat up, and gave a charging Booker a big boot to the face. Undertaker hit a chokeslam (almost losing the handle as he did it). Undertaker then hit the tombstone for the clean pin at the eleven minute mark.
Winner: The Undertaker.
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