Kim Kardashian announced that 74,635 fans were in attendance tonight, a Citrus Bowl record.
The excellent Undertaker-Edge video package from Smackdown was shown.
World Champion Edge vs. The Undertaker.
This will shock you. Undertaker had an awesome entrance. Edge also had a big entrance, and came out alone. Edge then waved out Vickie Guerrero, who was wheeled out by Theodore R. Long. Edge kissed her, then Teddy wheeled her to the back while Edge walked down the aisle alone. As Edge got halfway down the aisle, he stopped and there was a huge fireworks display.
They faced off at the bell, and Undertaker made a throat-slashing gesture. Edge went right at him with punches, but Taker reversed a whip into the corner and hit a clothesline. Taker clotheslined Edge over the top rope and to the floor. Undertaker chased him back into the ring, and Edge tried to stop him on the apron, but Taker yanked him throat first across the top rope. Back in the ring, Undertaker hit a clothesline for a two count. Taker hit a short-arm shoulderblock, then went to the top rope for the Old School ropewalk. Edge yanked Taker down, but Taker held on and armdragged Edge. Taker hit a headbutt in the corner and choked Edge. Undertaker hit a jumping knee in the corner, but his momentum took him over the top rope and he fell to the floor.
Taker got on the ring apron, and Edge hit a shoulderblock that sent Taker off the apron and into the security wall. Edge hit Taker with a baseball slide kick, then went after him and rammed him back first into the ring apron. Edge took Undertaker up on the apron, then gave him a neckbreaker across the top rope. Taker fell back to the floor and Edge posed in the ring. Edge hit a headbutt to the back, then a series of shots in the corner before hitting a shoulderblock to the ribs. Edge dropped a pair of elbows to the gut, then kicked Taker repeatedly. Taker fire back with a punch and headbutt, then lifted Edge for a slam, but his back gave out and Edge fell on top for a two count.
Edge hit some punches and a standing dropkick. Edge went to the top rope, but Undertaker shoved him off and sent Edge falling down hard to the floor. Undertaker hit the ropes and launched over the top rope into a tope, blasting Edge on the floor. Undertaker put Edge in the ring, he head hanging off the ring apron, and kicked him in the head. Undertaker dropped a legdrop across Edge's chest on the apron, then pulled him into the ring for a two count. Undertaker set up for a Last Ride powerbomb, but his back gave on him and he couldn't lift Edge. Edge hit a kick to the head for a two count. Edge took Undertaker to the floor, then dropped him back first across the security wall. Undertaker landed in the front row.
Edge rolled Undertaker into the ring for a two count. Edge pounded Taker's back and applied a single leg crab. Edge drove his knee into Undertaker's back. Undertaker managed to turn the hold and roll up Edge for a two count, but Edge got back on top and tied up his legs, but Taker managed to kick him away. Edge hit some shots to the back, but Taker returned fire with punches. They traded shots, with the crowd cheering Taker's punches and booing Edge's. They went back and forth, with Taker finally getting the better of it. Taker hit two avalanches in the corner, then hit Snake-Eyes. Undertaker set up for the running boot to the face, but Edge countered with a dropkick.
Edge went to the second rope, but jumped into an Undertaker choke. Edge kicked Taker to escape it. Edge went for a clothesline, Undertaker ducked and grabbed the chokeslam again, but Edge countered it mid-move and hit an Implant DDT for a two count. Edge went for a spear, but Undertaker blocked it with a knee to the head. Undertaker hit a chokeslam for a two count. Undertaker went for the Old School ropewalk, but Edge crotched Taker in the corner. Edge delivered a superplex and crawled onto Undertaker for a two count. Edge pounded Undertaker in a corner, but Taker pulled Edge out in position for the Last Ride powerbomb. Edge floated out of it and hit a neckbreaker for a two count.
Edge went for a backdrop, but Undertaker kicked it away. Undertaker picked up Edge and hit the Last Ride powerbomb. Undertaker covered Edge, but Edge kicked out at two. Undertaker called for the Tombstone. Undertaker lifted Edge, but Edge floated over and hit a reverse facebuster, driving Taker down on the back of his head, for a two count. Edge went for a whip, but Undertaker reversed it and hit a kick. Undertaker went for Old School again, this time hitting the top rope forearm to the back of the head. Undertaker went for a running kick, but Edge moved and Taker kicked the referee, knocking him down. Edge gave Undertaker a reverse DDT, then punched him on the mat. Edge yelled "It ends, Deadman". Undertaker reached up from the mat and grabbed Edge by the throat. Edge kicked Undertaker between the legs to block it.
Edge went to ringside and grabbed a television camera, Edge got in the ring and blasted Undertaker with it. Edge went to revive the referee, who rolled off the apron and to the floor. Undertaker sat up in the ring. Edge called for a tombstone and picked up the Undertaker, but Undertaker reversed it and nailed Edge with the tombstone piledriver. Referee Charles Robinson, who had a long way to run, came down the aisle and into the ring. Edge kicked out at the two count. Undertaker looked stunned. Zack Ryder and Curt Hawkins ran down. Taker met them at the apron and knocked one off, then chokeslammed the other one on top of him at ringside. Edge hit Undertaker with a spear, but Taker kicked out at two. Edge went for another spear, but Undertaker caught him in the gogoplata (or, as I call it, the Bloody Shin Choke or, if you're Michael Cole "That submission maneuver"). Edge struggled, then tapped out at the twenty five minute mark.
Winner and new World Champion: The Undertaker.
Undertaker posed with the belt in the ring and a huge fireworks display went off to end the show.
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