Christy Hemme is backstage with Karen Angle. Karen says Jeff Jarrett is the ultra man, the ultra dad, and the ultra loves. She says Jeff has this covered and she had nothing to worry about.
"Ultra Male Rules" 2 Out of 3 Falls
Fall 1 Pinfalls only, Fall 2 Submission match, Fall 3 Escape the cage
- Kurt Angle vs. Jeff Jarrett w/Karen Jarrett
Karen Jarrett (sorry for calling her Angle earlier, it's out of habit) is sent to the back before the match is even able to begin.
Both men are in the cage and the door is closed, and this one is set to begin. Jarrett climbs up on the ropes and tests the strength of the steel cage by shaking the walls. The bell rings, and we're ready to go. Jarrett looks apprehensive. Angle locks in a head lock and takes Jarrett right down to the mat. Jarrett fights up and takes Angle to the corner, hitting him with a big right hand and following up with a couple more. Angle comes right back with a big suplex. Angle hits Jarrett with a big right, but Jarrett is able to take Angle off his feet and lock in the figure four. The first fall is supposed to be submision only, but the referee is counting pinfalls. Angle tries to turn the submission over, and when he does, Jarrett immediately grabs the ropes to force a break. Angle gets up to his feet and launches Jarrett with a t-bone suplex before locking in the ankle lock. Jarrett fights it off quickly.
Jarrett is able to lock in the sleeper hold, taking Angle down to the mat and locking his legs around Angle's midsection. Angle is able to fight back up to his feet, and he locks in the ankle lock in the middle of the ring, but Jarrett fights out quickly again. Angle charges Jarrett in the corner, but Jarrett moves and Angle hits the steel post with his shoulder. Jarrett kicks Angle in the shoulder and locks in an arm bar, but Angle is able to turn it around into the ankle lock in the middle of the ring with the leg grapevined. Jarrett taps.
Angle wins the first fall
At the beginning of the second fall, Jarrett launches Angle face first into the cage and connects with the stroke, very quickly. Jarrett goes for the pin but Angle is able to kick out at two. Jarrett goes to the top for a cross body, but Angle reverses into a pin, Jarrett kicks out. Jarrett connects with a right hand before choking Angle against the middle rope. Both men connect with clotheslines, and both are down.
Both men trade right hands in the middle of the ring, and Angle gets the upper hand with a flying forearm and big clothesline. Angle connects with a belly to belly suplex but can still only get a two couple. Jarrett catches Kurt with a knee and slams him into the cage wall, but Angle comes right back with a German suplex. He holds on and connects with a second, but when he goes for a third, Jarrett holds on to the ropes and low blows Angle, preventing it. Jarrett stands up and goes for the stroke again, but Angle launches him into the cage wall and follows up with the Angle slam. Angle pins Jarrett but he only gets two.
Angle sits Jarrett on the top rope and tries to follow, but Jarrett tosses him back. Angle tries to run up the ropes but loses his footing. After a stumble, Angle connects with a super belly to belly suplex but Jarrett still won't stay down. Angle peppers Jarrett with right hands and connects with another big clothesline. Angle connects with an RKO (probably to get back at Orton for WM). Angle goes for another Angle slam, but Jarrett rolls through and rolls Angle up, holding the tights and getting the three.
Jarrett wins the second fall and we're tied at one a piece
Jarrett ambushes Angle and slingshots him into the cage wall. Jarrett goes to the cage door and he's able to unlock the chain holding the door closes. Angle is able to use the time to recover and he comes up with a big German suplex, then a second, third, fourth (Angle will not stop!), and fifth. Angle looks to exit the cage through the door, but he climbs back inside instead. Angle goes back out to the steps, but again decides it's not done, and he closes the door behind him, chaining it back up, and putting the key in his trunks before flipping Jarrett off. Angle slams Jarrett head first into the cage repeatedly.
Jarrett is split open and Angle rakes Jarrett's face against the cage wall. Jarrett bags off, and begins to climb up the cage to get away from Angle, but Angle catches him and punches him repeatedly. Angle goes to escape instead, and Jarrett goes for a top rope powerbomb that has a DISGUSTING ending, with Angle flipping completely over and coming down on top of his head. Jarrett goes up, and Angle leaps right up to his feet and up the ropes to take Jarrett down with a top rope Angle slam.
Angle goes for the door, but he locked it earlier. He goes to climb the cage instead and Immortal's Gunner comes down to ringside and he's got a steel chair to fend Angle off, preventing him from coming down. Angle goes to the corner of the cage and he stands up at the top. Angle launches himself off with a humungous moonsault that barely catches Jarrett. Scott Steiner is headed out to the ring and he chases off Gunner. Angle is somehow still not dead, and he's found the keys to the door. Angle goes over and unlocks the padlock, opening the door. Karen runs down to ringside and sprays perfume into Angle's eyes before he can exit the ring. Angle, blinded, clocks the referee. Karen tries to help Jarrett out of the ring, but Angle pulls him back into the ring with an ankle lock. Karen slides Jeff a guitar, and he uses it to blast Angle.
Jarrett takes time to gloat, but Angle will not die, and he tries to pull Jarrett back in with another ankle lock, but Karen swings the cage door closed on Angle's head, and Kurt drops Jeff, letting him fall to the arena floor.
Jeff Jarrett wins two falls to one
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