The announcers hype a new taller, re-enforced steel cage for tonight's match. We go to the ring and out first comes Triple H. Brock Lesnar with Paul Heyman are out next. Lesnar gets pyro before making his way to the cage. They go right at it when the bell rings. HHH hits an early spinebuster after some offense. Lesnar blocks a Pedigree and backdrops HHH into the steel.
Lesnar takes over control and works HHH around the cage. Lesnar tosses HHH across the ring and into the steel several more times. Lesnar jogs around the ring and waits on HHH to get up. HHH blocks a shot and sends Lesnar face first into the steel. HHH with big right hands and a jumping knee to the face. Lesnar comes right back with another big throw. Lesnar tosses HHH into the steel again. Lesnar charges with a high knee but HHH moves and Lesnar hits his knee on the steel. Lesnar sells the knee injury now. Heyman tells him to shake it off. Lesnar meets HHH on the top. Lesnar with a massive powerslam but he goes down on the hurt knee. Lesnar yells to Heyman.
Lesnar locks in the kimura lock but HHH fights out by hitting the knees. Lesnar stops HHH with a big clothesline. Heyman opens the cage door for Lesnar to exit. HHH tries to escape but Heyman shoves the referee and shuts the door on HHH. Lesnar nails a F5 on HHH for a close 2 count. Lesnar tells Heyman to get him a steel chair. Lesnar goes to work on HHH with the chair now. Lesnar is still complaining to Heyman about his knee. Lesnar goes for another F5 but his knee buckles. HHH comes back and takes Lesnar down by his knee. HHH gets up and uses the chair on Lesnar now. Heyman begs HHH to stop. HHH focuses on the injured knee and takes Lesnar to the corner. Lesnar locks in the kimura out of nowhere.
HHH goes for the Figure Four and locks it in. They battle while in the hold and Lesnar looks to turn it around. Lesnar starts climbing the cage as Heyman cheers him on. Lesnar makes it to the top of the cage but HHH stops him with a chairshot to the injured knee. HHH climbs up and they fight on the cage wall. HHH sends Lesnar to the mat. HHH smiles and reaches up to the top of the cage, pulling out a steel sledgehammer. Lesnar nails HHH and brings him back to the mat. Lesnar grabs the sledgehammer but HHH ducks. HHH goes for the Sharpshooter and locks it in. Heyman runs in the cage and HHH breaks the hold. HHH nails Heyman with a Pedigree. HHH decks Lesnar with the sledgehammer and hits a Pedigree on him. HHH covers for a close 2 count. HHH grabs the sledgehammer but Heyman hits a low blow from behind and HHH goes down. Lesnar grabs the sledgehammer and nails HHH in the jaw with it. HHH lays motionless as Lesnar limps around him. Lesnar yells and lifts HHH up. Lesnar nails a F5 and covers HHH for the win.
Winner: Brock Lesnar
- After the win, Lesnar lays the sledgehammer on top of Triple H's chest. Lesnar limps out of the cage and we go to replays. We come back and Triple H is being tended to by trainers. Lesnar stops and smiles on the ramp before limping to the back. Heyman has been helped up the ramp by referees. Heyman raises Lesnar's arm as we go back to Renee Young, Wade Barrett, Mick Foley and Titus O'Neil to kick off the pre-show.
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