Punk sent the opening moments of the match working over Orton's injured leg. Punk went for the GTS, Orton was able to squirm out but was met with a kick to the face.
I'm not sure if it's a mic issue, but the crowd has been pretty quiet since the opening match.
Orton was able to catch Punk on the top rope and hit a top rope superplex to change the tide of the match. It was short-lived, as Punk gained control again and applied a figure four on the corner post.
Punk continued to work over the injured knee. Orton managed to break free and hit Punk with several clothelines and a power slam. He started teeing off on Punk's head and hit a side suplex for a two count.
Orton hit Punk with a DDT on the ropes. He started stomping the mat and signaled for the punt. Orton went for the punt, but his knee gave out on him. Punk started smiling and got back to his feet. As Punk started walking over, Orton managed to get Punk ready for the RKO, but Punk slid out.
Punk then climbed to the top rope and came flying at Orton, who transitioned the move into an RKO, flooring Punk and allowing Orton to get the pin. Good match, but lacked crowd heat until the end.
Randy Orton defeated CM Punk via pinfall.
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