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By Buck Woodward on 2009-09-13 22:40:54

The events leading to the WWE Title match were shown.  The announcers emphasized that if anyone interfered on behalf of Randy Orton, he would lose the WWE Title. 

WWE Champion Randy Orton vs. John Cena in an "I Quit" match.

Both men got mixed reactions, but far more boos for Orton.  They stared at each other at the bell.  For quite a while.  Then they locked up and Cena pushed Orton in a corner.  Cena hit a belly to belly suplex, then a cradle suplex.  Cena hit a right hand, but missed a shoulderblock attempt.  Orton knocked Cena off the apron, sending him into the announcers table.  Randy Orton grabbed a TV monitor and hit Cena in the head with it.  Orton put Cena on the ring apron, then pulled him in for the hanging DDT off the ropes.  Orton told the referee to ask Cena if he quit.  Cena said no, and Orton dropped him with the DDT. 

Orton went to ringside and grabbed a chair.  Orton set it up in the ring and went for the RKO on the chair.  Cena shoved it off and hit a shoulderblock, then a second.  Cena hit a back suplex into a powerbomb.  The referee tossed the chair out of the ring.  Cena did the "You Can't See Me" and hit the Five Knuckle Shuffle fistdrop.  Cena went for an Attitude Adjustment, but Orton floated out of it onto the apron, then yanked Cena throat first across the top rope.  Orton went for a punt, but Cena avoided it and went for an STF, but Orton kicked it away.  Orton rolled to the floor, and Cena went after him, but Orton reversed a whip and sent Cena into the steps.  

Orton picked up a section of the steps and hit Cena in the head with it. Orton then pulled Cena onto the larger section of the steps and stomped Cena's head against the steel.  The referee asked Cena if he quit, and Cena said no, so Orton stomped his head again.  Cena refused to quit again.  Orton tossed Cena into the ring, then pulled out a back from underneath it.  Orton pulled out a pair of handcuffs, along with a chain with the keys on it.  Orton put the chain around his neck. Orton cuffed Cena to the top rope.  Orton stomped Cena repeatedly and had the referee ask him again.  Cena said no again.  

Orton got on the mic, but instead of saying anything, he just hit Cena with it.  Orton, to boos, uncuffed Cena from the ropes, then cuffed his hands together.  Orton used the handcuff chain to hang Cena from the ringpost outside the ring and pound him with body blows.  Orton then hit some punches to the face.  Orton grabbed a bottle of water and threw it at Cena, saying "You ain't passing out on me".  Cena responded by spitting water back at Orton.  Orton reached under the ring and pulled out two Singapore canes.  Orton hit Cena in the gut and legs with the cane.  Orton then caned him in the head.  Cena refused to quit again. 

Orton choked Cena with the cane, and Cena kicked Orton in the nads.  Cena got unhooked from the ringpost, but his hands were still cuffed together.  Cena had some nice welts on his midsection now.  Cena got to his feet, and Orton hit him in the head with a chair.  Orton uncuffed Cena, then cuffed him to the turnbuckle connector on the bottom rope.  Orton picked up the chair and hit Cena across the back.  Cena screamed, and Orton had the referee ask him.  Cena refused again.  Orton went for a chairshot, but Cena ducked and Orton hit the ringpost.  Cena backdropped Orton, then grabbed the key from around Orton's neck.  Cena uncuffed himself from the connector, then cuffed himself to Orton.  

Orton punched Orton and rammed him into the ringside tables over and over, then rolled him into the ring.  Cena hit a back suplex and pounded Orton on the mat.  Cena pulled Orton to his feet and went for an Attitude Adjustment, but Orton wriggled out and hit an RKO.  Orton saw that the keys were on the mat, and dragged the unconscious Cena towards them.  Cena woke up and pulled to keep Orton from reaching the key.  Cena put Orton in an STF variation, using the handcuffs to pull Orton's own arm around his neck.  Orton quickly said "I Quit" to end the match at the twenty minute mark.  Cena got on the mic and proclaimed "I did not quit".

Winner and new WWE Champion: John Cena.  

The events leading to the main event were shown.

World Champion CM Punk vs. The Undertaker in a Submission match.

Punk pointed at the belt during the introductions, saying "it's mine" to Undertaker.  At the bell, Punk bailed out to the floor and stalled.  He got back in the ring, but avoided getting close with Undertaker.  Punk threw some kicks, punches and elbows in a corner, then Taker grabbed him and just flung him over the top rope and to the floor.  Taker chased after him, and back into the ring.  Undertaker hit a clothesline, then decked Punk.  Undertaker hit a body blow, then a headbutt.  Undertaker worked over Punk in a corner, kicked his leg and head.  

Undertaker tossed Punk to the floor, but when he went out after him, Punk landed a kick and a forearm.  Taker returned fire with a punch, decking Punk.  Undertaker went to throw Punk into the ringpost, but Punk avoided it.  Taker hit a knee to the gut and kicked Punk in the head.  Undertaker whipped Punk into the security wall, then Taker went for a running boot, but Punk moved and Taker crashed into the wall.  Punk hit a running knee and stomped Undertaker on the floor.  Punk grabbed a chair and hit Taker in the gut, then the head.  Undertaker crawled back into the ring. 

Punk hit a jumping knee in the corner, but had hit bulldog attempt pushed off.  Undertaker hit some short arm shoulderblocks, then yanked on the arm and hit another.  Undertaker went for the Old School ropewalk, but Punk crotched Taker in the corner.  Punk went for a superplex, but Undertaker headbutted him to the mat.  Punk got up and hit Undertaker with an enzugiri, then went for the superplex again, this time hitting it.  Punk hit Undertaker with some kicks, but Undertaker responded with punches.  Undertaker decked Punk, then whipped him into a corner and hit a clothesline.  

Undertaker hit Snake Eyes, then a running boot, and followed with a legdrop.  Undertaker called for a chokeslam, but Punk used a kick to the head to escape, knocking Undertaker to the mat.  Punk crawled over to Undertaker, and Undertaker immediately trapped him in Hell's Gate.  CM Punk tapped out at the nine minute mark. 

Smackdown General Manager Theodore R. Long came out and said that since Vickie Guerrero banned the Hell's Gate "a long time ago", the match had to continue. 

The bell rang, and Undertaker gave Punk a boot to the face.  Undertaker went for a Last Ride powerbomb, but Punk floated over it and clipped Undertaker's knee.  Punk put on an Anaconda Vice.  Referee Scott Armstrong immediately called for the bell.  

Winner: CM Punk.

Armstrong and Punk rolled out of the ring, Armstrong gave Punk the belt, and Armstrong ran out of the building.  Punk ran up the stage, and stood next to an emotionless Teddy Long.  Undertaker stood in the ring, looking angry, and Jim Ross made it clear, while they showed replays, that Undertaker did NOT submit. 

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