|By Christian Miller | March 28, 2013 | Comments|
Then, Dawson is backstage with John Cena. Cena says that Dawson has to button up his coat. He says that he will teach Dawson how to tie a full Windsor. He then starts talking about Wrestlemania. He says it's his shot at redemption, and his chance to even the score. He says last year, pressure was on him, but this years it's on the Rock. He says he knows what it's like to fail, but Rock doesn't. He says Rock doesn't know what it's like to see his world crumble. He says that on April 7th, he will humanize the Rock. He then tells Dawson to get a better tie next time.
Then, William Regal and JR are talking on commentary about Cena's words, and Kassius Ohno runs up out of nowhere and attacks Regal. Five refs come out and pull him off Regal as Ohno screams, "Who do you think you are?!"
Damien Sandow vs. Randy Orton
They tie up and Orton locks in a side headlock. Sandow shrugs him off, and Orton hits a shoulder knockdown. They tie up again, and Orton comes out on top with an elbow. He tries to slam Sandow's head into the corner, but Sandow reverses and slams Orton's head into the corner. He then kicks him multiple times. Orton comes back with a Lou Thesz Press. Sandow rolls out of the ring for a breather. Orton follows him and hits a clothesline.
Back from commercial and Orton is kicking Sandow in the ring. Orton misses a knee, and Sandow delivers several boots. Orton counters with a Suplex. He tosses Sandow to the apron and tries for his draping DDT, but Sandow backdrops him to the outside. Orton pulls Sandow out, and tries to whip him into the stairs. Sandow reverses and whips Orton into the stairs. He rolls Orton into the ring, and hits several boots.
He locks a headlock in on Orton. Sandow hits his somersault side Russian leg sweep, and then the Elbow of Disdain for a near pin fall. He hits a few strikes, and goes up top. Orton runs over and punches him, and then hits a superplex for a near pin fall. Orton lands a series of clotheslines, and then his snap powerslam. He mounts Sandow in the corner, and punches him ten times. He whips Sandow into the corner and charges him, and Sandow puts his foot up. Sandow hits a neckbreaker, and then tries to keep the attack up. Orton counters with an inverted backbreaker, and then hits his draping DDT. He signals for the RKO, and then hits it for the win.
Winner: Randy Orton
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