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By Buck Woodward on 2007-08-26 22:34:58

They hyped Undertaker's return at Unforgiven again. 

They showed a video package on the Batista vs. Great Khali feud. 

World Champion Great Khali vs. Batista.

Khali shoved Batista in the corner at the bell and stomped him down, then hit a series of right hands to the head.  Batista fired back with punches, but Khali just shoved him back into the corner and hit some elbows.  Khali hit a clothesline, then a short-arm clothesline.  Khali kicked Batista in the head, and he fell through the ropes and to the floor.  From the apron, Batista pulled Khali throat first across the top rope.  Batista got in the ring and hit two clotheslines.  Khali blasted Batista with a chop to stop his momentum and got a two count with his foot on Batista's chest.  Khali pounded Batista some more, then applied a double nerve hold.  Batista made the ropes for a break, and Khali hit a forearm to the back, then shoved Batista into the ropes and hit another forearm to the back.  Khali applied the double nerve hold again.  

Batista started to pass out in the hold.  Fans chanted "boring".  Batista powered up and hit a jawbreaker to break out, but Khali hit a boot to the face, and got another two count standing on Batista's chest.  Khali went for the head vice, but Batista blocked it and gave Khali a spinebuster.  Batista set up for the Batista Bomb, but Khali shoved it away.  Batista hit an elbow to the mouth, then went to the top rope. Batista jumped into a Khali choke.  Khali hit the double handed chokeslam for a two count.  Ranjin Singh slid a chair in to Khali.  Khali shoved the referee to the side and hit Batista in the back with the chair. Khali was disqualified at the eight minute mark. 

Winner via DQ: Batista. 

Khali went for a post-match chairshot, but Batista ducked it and hit Khali with a spear.  Batista grabbed the chair and hit Khali repeatedly in the back with the chair until the referee finally pulled it away from him.  

They promoted the DVD release of The Condemned

Backstage, Vince McMahon was chatting with Jonathan Coachman.  William Regal said a woman had arrived.  Before Regal could explain, Vince told him to bring her in.  Regal brought in Mae Young and the Fabulous Moolah.  Regal explained that Mae didn't give birth to Vince's son, but she wants to give birth to one.  Mae tackled Vince and put him in a liplock.  Regal and Moolah eventually pulled Mae out of the room.  Vince spat and complained about the taste in his mouth.  Coach offered him a Tic-tac.  Vince suddenly realized he liked the taste, and said that Mae had turned him on. Coach said that was disgusting, and Vince said "Old chickens make good chicken soup".  

Jim Ross announced that there were 17,441 fans in attendance at the Continental Airlines Arena tonight.

A video package on the John Cena-Randy Orton feud was shown. 

WWE Champion John Cena vs. Randy Orton.

Mixed reactions for both men as they came to the ring.  They locked up and jockeyed for position.  Cena grabbed a headlock and Orton struggled in the hold.  Orton shoved him off, but Cena hit a shoulderblock and applied the headlock again, taking Orton down with a side mare.  Dueling chants for Cena and Orton.  They went to the ropes, and as they broke, Orton grabbed a headlock.  Orton hit a shoulderblock, then he grabbed a side mare and kept Cena in a headlock.  Cena shoved it off and hit a drop toe hold, then went for an STFU, but Orton made the ropes.  Orton decked Cena with a punch, then stomped Cena down on the mat.  Orton hit some punches, and Cena sold it like he was totally dazed.  Orton hit an uppercut, but Cena reversed a whip into the corner and hit a bulldog for a two count.  Cena went for a backdrop, but Orton kicked it away and hit a forearm to the back of the head for a two count. 

Cena hit some shots, but missed a flying forearm when Orton dropped down and crashed to the mat.  Cena rolled to the apron and Orton hit a shoulderblock, sending Cena off the apron and head first into the announce table. Orton rolled Cena back into the ring for a two count.  Orton applied a chinlock, more like a rear naked choke, and Cena began to slump to the mat.  Cena got back to his feet and hit a back suplex to break out.  Cena missed a charge and ran into the turnbuckles.  Orton covered for a two count. Orton stomped Cena's left shin, then the right shin.  Orton kept stomping Cena's extremities, but took his time between stomps.  Orton stomped the side of Cena's head, but then missed a kneedrop after taking another long pause. Cena bounced off the ropes, but Orton hit a powerslam for a two count. 

Orton applied a rear chinlock on the mat, as the fans were doing chants for both men again.  Cena powered up and got out of the chinlock, but Orton nailed him with a dropkick for a two count. Cena and Orton traded punches, then Orton applied a sleeper.  Cena tried to suplex out, but Orton turned it into a side mare and clamped on a side headlock.  Orton rolled into a sleeper, and wrapped his legs around Cena with a bodyscissors. Cena got to his feet and rammed backwards into the corner to break the hold.  Cena hit some punches and a pair of shoulderblocks.  Cena hit a back suplex into a powerbomb, then did the "You Can't See Me" gesture. Cena hit the Five Knuckle Shuffle fistdrop.  Cena went for the FU, but Orton hit a pair of elbows to the head to break out of it, and then hit Cena with a side backbreaker.  Cena rolled to the apron and Orton dragged Cena in, so Cena was hanging off the second rope by his feet.  Orton hit a DDT and got a two count. 

Orton began measuring Cena for the RKO.  Cena slowly got up, and Orton went for it, but Cena shoved him into the ropes.  Cena charged, but Orton dropped down and pulled down the top rope.  Cena fell to the floor.  Randy went after him on the outside and whipped him into the ringsteps.  Orton rolled Cena back into the ring and covered for a two count.  Orton ran into a Cena elbow.  Cena hit a Throwback, although it ended up more like a hangman's neckbreaker.  Cena went to the top rope, but Orton crotched him.  Orton hit some forearms, then set up for a superplex.  Cena blocked it and shoved Orton to the mat.  Cena hit a top rope Rocker Dropper then went for an FU, but Orton grabbed the top rope.  Orton pulled himself to the ring apron and then dropped down to the floor and pulled Cena throat first across the top rope.  

Cena was down, and Orton measured Cena for the RKO again. Cena wasn't moving, so Orton instead prepared for the kick to the head.  Cena started to move, and Orton went for the kick, but Cena dodged it, gave Orton a drop toe hold and applied the STFU.  Orton struggled in the hold and made the bottom rope.  Cena released the hold and staggered back.  Cena moved forward and Orton grabbed him and hit the RKO.  Orton held his knee, then crawled over to Cena and covered, but Cena kicked out at two.  Orton went to pick Cena up off the mat, but Cena popped up and grabbed the FU for the pin at the twenty-one minute mark. 

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