Kane took control of the match early on. The match went to the outside of the ring where Cena threw Kane into the steel steps. Cena got Kane back into the ring and went for an AA, but dropped Kane. Kane then worked Cena's neck over and clotheslined him from the top rope. Kane went for a chokeslam, but Cena countered. After a series of counters, Kane brought a chair in the ring and got disqualified for hitting Cena in the gut.
Kane started to head to the back, but went back to the ring to deliver a tombstone. Cena countered with an AA and celebrated to end the show.
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