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By Buck Woodward on 2007-11-18 22:45:24

A video package on the WWE Title match was shown. 

WWE Champion Randy Orton vs. Shawn Michaels 
- If Michaels uses the superkick, he is disqualified and will not get a return match.  
- If Orton gets disqualified, he loses the title.

They locked up and Michaels grabbed a side headlock, then switched to a hammerlock, then a cravate.  Michaels took Orton down to the mat with the hold and got a two count.  Michaels snapmared Orton and maintained the cravate. Orton punched and tried to slam out of it, but Michaels maintained the hold.  Orton backed Michaels into the corner to force a break.  Orton hit a series of right hands to the head, then slapped Michaels and trash talked him.  Michaels shoved Orton, then seemed to be poised for a superkick, but took Orton down instead and hit a series of punches.  Orton shoved Michaels to the ropes and dropped down, but instead of jumping over him, Michaels dropped onto Orton and put on a rear naked choke with a body vice.  Orton tried to stand up, but Michaels switched into a front facelock.  Orton tried to stand up, but Michaels drove his knee into Orton's head.  Orton got to his feet and tried to lift Michaels, but Michaels wouldn't release the hold and hit a series of knees to the head again.  Orton managed to get his body under the bottom rope and went to the floor.  

Michaels hit a baseball slide kick between the middle and bottom rope.  He teased a pescado, and Orton ducked, but Michaels landed on the apron and hit an Asai moonsault to the floor.  Back in the ring, Shawn Michaels went for a flying bodypress, but Orton rolled through it for a two count.  Orton hit a forearm uppercut, then delivered another one.  Orton went for a kick to the gut, but Michaels grabbed it and tripped Orton to the mat.  Michaels applied the Sharpshooter.  Happy Anniversary!  The crowd reacted to the move being applied, but didn't boo it.  Orton struggled in the hold, and made the ropes for the break.  Orton rolled to the apron and poked Michaels in the eyes.  Orton yanked Michaels' neck across the top rope and he dropped to the floor.  Back in the ring, Orton stomped Michaels to the apron, and hit a series of punches.  Orton hit a DDT with Michaels' feet hanging on the second rope.  Orton scored a two count. 

Orton applied a rear naked choke and a body vice.  Michaels fought to his feet, broke out, and hit a chop.  They traded chops and punches.  Michaels got the better of it, and hit a flying forearm.  Michaels kipped up and gave Orton a reverse atomic drop.  Michaels hit a series of punches, but Orton avoided another reverse atomic drop and hit a standing dropkick for a two count.  Orton went for another dropkick, but Michaels avoided it and rolled up Orton for a two count.  Michaels slammed Orton twice, then went to the top rope.  Michaels hit the elbowdrop, then started stomping in the corner.  Instead of a superkick, Michaels grabbed Orton with a small package for a two count.  Michaels went for a sunset flip, but Orton sat on him to get a two count.  They got up, and Michaels took Orton down with an arm-trapped crossface.  Yes, the old Crippler Crossface.  The crowd reacted to that one too.  Certainly didn't expect to see that move again this year on a WWE show.  Orton made the ropes to break the hold.  Michaels went for it again, but Orton rolled through it and hit a clothesline.  

Orton hit a side backbreaker, then measured Michaels for the RKO.  Orton then changed his mind and set up for a kick to the head.  Orton went for the kick, but Michaels caught it and put Orton in an ankle lock.  Hi Kurt! Orton went for the ropes, but Michaels pulled Orton back into the center of the ring.  Michaels added a leglace to the ankle lock. Orton managed to turn in the hold and kick Michaels in the head to escape the hold. Orton went to kick Michaels, but Michaels caught the kick and tripped Orton.  Michaels went for a spinning toe hold, but Orton kicked Michaels away.  Michaels went over the turnbuckles and hit his head on the ringpost.  Orton went for an RKO, but Michaels shoved Orton away.  Orton went to lift Michaels for a slam, but Michaels floated over and was about to go for a superkick, then stopped himself.  That hesitation allowed Orton to hit the RKO for the clean pin at the nineteen minute mark. 

Winner: Randy Orton. 

Orton started to leave the ring, then went back in and pulled Michaels up off the mat and propped him in the corner.  Orton slapped Michaels and said he wanted Michaels to say he was the best.  Orton kept bragging, and slapping Michaels.  Orton then went to pick up his title belt, and when he turned back around, Michaels decked him with a superkick.  Michaels then rolled out of the ring, leaving an unconscious Orton in the ring.  Eventually, Orton got up, was announced as the winner, and left. 

One of those "Save Us" videos aired.  It looked like it will be revealed tomorrow on Raw (in case you didn't know). 

Batista was shown in the back, as they began lowering the Cell. They then aired a video package on the main event. 

World Champion Batista vs. Undertaker - Hell In A Cell. 

Batista grabbed a headlock at the start, then hit a shoulderblock and a clothesline.  Taker hit some punches, but Batista returned fire.  Batista missed a shot and Taker went for a chokeslam, but Batista elbowed out of it.  Undertaker hit a clothesline for a two count.  Fans seem to be behind Taker more than Batista.  Taker kicked Batista in the head and hit an elbowdrop, then rammed Batista into a corner. Undertaker threw Batista into another corner and hit Snake Eyes, then delivered a big boot that flipped Batista over.  Undertaker got a two count, then went under the ring for a chair.  As Taker got into the ring with it, Batista hit a spear.  Batista charged Undertaker with the chair, but Taker booted it into Batista, then hit a clothesline for a two count.  Undertaker went for a triangle choke, but Batista quickly avoided it and rolled to the floor.  Undertaker rammed Batista into the steps and hit some punches on the outside.  

Undertaker raked Batista's head against the steel fence.  Undertaker put Batista in the ring and hit the apron legdrop.  Undertaker put a chair under Batista's chin and rammed him into the ringsteps.  Batista grabbed at his throat and had blood flowing from his mouth.  Taker then jabbed Batista in the ribs with the chair and threw him back into the ring.  Undertaker scored a pair of two counts, pushing on Batista's throat on the cover. Undertaker rammed Batista into a corner, then hit some short arm shoulderblocks.  Undertaker went for the Old School rope walk, but as he jumped off the ropes, Batista caught him and hit a spinebuster. Batista crawled onto Undertaker for a cover, but he kicked out.  They traded punches, with Batista getting the better of it.  Batista hit a clothesline for a two count.  Batista hit some shoulderblocks in the corner, then a clothesline in the corner.  Batista hit a running powerslam for a two count. 

Batista threw Undertaker out of the ring and rammed him into the ring steps.  Batista threw Taker into the steel fence, then nailed him with a clothesline on the floor.  Batista went for a whip, but Undertaker reversed it and sent Batista into the ring steps.  Undertaker kicked Batista, then put him over his shoulder and ran him headfirst into the steel fence.  Batista was busted open.  Undertaker hit Batista in the head with a chairshot.  Insert joke about Vince telling CNN they wouldn't be doing those anymore here.  Undertaker rolled Batista into the ring for a two count.  Undertaker went for the rope walk again, but Batista knocked Taker down on the top rope and set up for a superplex.  Batista nailed it, but as he went for the cover, Undertaker grabbed him with a triangle choke.  Batista grabbed the ropes and the referee called for a break.  The announcers wondered what the referee could do, seeing as he couldn't disqualify anyone. Undertaker jumped through the ropes to the floor to give Batista a bodyblock.  Batista was a bloody mess. 

Undertaker picked up a section of ring steps and went to hit Batista with them, but Batista kicked the steps back into the Taker.  Batista rammed Undertaker head first into the ringpost, then hit him twice with the steps in the head.  JBL earned a bonus by saying Taker "may have hurt his hand" when Taker, in clear view of the camera, reached into his glove (presumably to get a blade). Batista rolled a now bleeding Undertaker into the ring and stood on the second rope and bit him.  Taker pulled Batista off the ropes and powerbombed him for a two count.  Undertaker then delivered a chokeslam for a two count. Undertaker called for the tombstone.  Batista floated over it and hit a spinebuster for a two count.  Batista hit another spinebuster, then went under the ring and pulled out a table.  He slid it into the ring and set it up near a corner.  Batista went for a powerbomb, and hit it, throwing Taker through the table.  Batista had to pull Taker away from the wreckage of the table to cover him, and Undertaker got his shoulder up just before the three count. 

Batista brought a section of the ring steps into the ring.  Batista set up for a powerbomb, but Taker backdropped him onto the section of ring steps. Undertaker covered Batista, but Batista grabbed the bottom rope to stop the count.  Undertaker lifted Batista and hit a tombstone.  Batista got his shoulder up before the three count, and Undertaker's eyes bugged out.  Undertaker gave Batista a tombstone piledriver on the ring steps.  Undertaker covered Batista, but the referee was pulled from the ring by Edge, (who apparently was masquerading at a camera man or was under the ring all night).  Edge entered the ring and hit Undertaker with a television camera.  Edge then took Undertaker and put his head on the ring steps.  Edge then took a chair and hit a Conchairto, sandwiching Undertaker's head between the steps and chair.  Edge then took the unconscious Batista and put him on top of Undertaker.  The referee had no choice but to count the pin at the twenty two minute mark. 

Winner: Batista. 

Edge exited, and Undertaker was starting to get up, so Edge went back to the ring and blasted Undertaker in the head with a chair. Edge started to exit again, and started at Undertaker, who was slumped against the bottom rope with his eyes rolled back.  Batista was still unconscious, and the announcers wondered why Edge targeted Undertaker as the show ended. Elite Subscribers will be able to hear the exclusive post-PPV audio show. To become an Elite Subscriber, click here.

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