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WWE World Heavyweight Championship - No Holds Barred
Kane (c) vs. The Undertaker

The Undertaker entered the ring first, followed by Kane. Before Kane could get far, The Undertaker ran up the ramp and started attacking Kane. They started fighting at the top of the stage with Undertaker wailing away on Kane. Undertaker then threw Kane into the pillars used for the set.

Both wrestlers continued to brawl at the top of the stage and then fought their way back to the ring, where Kane was able to throw Taker into the ringside steps. Kane followed up by ramming The Undertaker's head on the steps and then stomping on Taker's head. Kane continued to beat on the Undertaker at ringside, throwing him into the post and nailing him with the championship belt. Kane threw Taker back in the ring and nailed him with a clothesline and followed up with a legdrop.

Kane continued to beat down the Undertaker, but was unable to get the three count. Kane brought Undertaker out of the ring and continued to beat down The Dead Man at ringside. Kane hit Undertaker in the head with the top of the announce table. Kane went to throw Taker into the steel steps but Taker was able to reverse and throw Kane in the steps. Undertaker started nailing Kane with punches and a legdrop on Kane's throat. Taker leaped over the barricade and took Kane to the ground. Regardless of what Taker did, Kane was able to get quickly back to his feet.

Kane blindsided Taker with a steel chair to the ribs. The match spilled out into the crowd. They brawled in the stands, and Kane nailed Taker with a knee to the head while Taker was propped up against a barricade. Kane beat on Undertaker back to the ringside area. Kane climbed to the top of the ringside barricade and nailed Taker with a right hand and then threw Taker back in the ring.

Back in the ring, Kane started dropping punches and kicks. Kane was jabbing away, punching Undertaker around the ring. Kane continued to drop punch after punch and Taker would motion to Kane to bring it. Kane started punching away and Undertaker started countering, and the two traded blows, this time with Undertaker getting the better of it. Taker followed up with a flying clothesline and splashed Kane in the corner. Undertaker hit snake eyes, a big boot and a legdrop, but only got a two count. Taker then hit a chokeslam and motioned for the tombstone. Taker got Kane up for the tombstone but Kane countered and nailed Undertaker with a tombstone to get the pin.

Kane defeated the Undertaker via pinfall to retain the World Heavyweight Championship.

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