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Street Fight
Triple H vs. Sheamus

Triple H gained the early advantage and dominated the opening minutes of the match. He beat on Sheamus outside of the ring, and then brought him back in the ring and hit a spinebuster. He went for a pedigree, but couldn't hit it because of the nerve damage in his left arm from the attack earlier in the night. Sheamus then gained the advantage and took the match outside of the ring.

Sheamus started driving Triple H back first into the ringside barricade. Sheamus then got The Game back in the ring and worked him over with chinlocks and punches. Michael Cole and Jerry Lawler seem to be bickering with Matt Striker more than usual. It's obvious that they can't stand Striker, who really adds nothing to the broadcast team.

Sheamus continued the beatdown on HHH. Shaemus then grabbed the pipe from outside of the ring and went to attack HHH, who was able to dodge it and regain the advantage. Before he could fully capitalize, Sheamus nailed HHH with the pipe and got a two count. Sheamus then went for the Razor's edge, but HHH countered and tossed Sheamus outside of the ring.

Sheamus punched HHH in the gut to regain the advantage outside of the ring and grabbed a kendo stick from under the ring. HHH threw Sheamus into the steel steps and grabbed the kendo stick and proceeded to smack Sheamus over the back with it several times. HHH kept beating Sheamus with the stick and then went for a pedigree on the ramp, but Sheamus backdropped him and followed it up with a big boot to the face. Sheamus then dragged HHH back to the ring and hit another big boot. Sheamus hit HHH with two more boots to the face and got the win.

Sheamus defeated Triple H via pinfall.

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