Event: WWE Breaking Point Pay-Per-View
Airdate: Sunday, September 13th, 2009 (Pay-Per-View)
Location: The Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec
Results by Ryan Clark of WZROnline.com
“Yes, sir, we promised you a great main event?”
WWE Breaking Point Opener:
WWE begins Breaking Point in very familiar fashion, with a video package highlighting the championship feuds going into tonight.
Michael Cole welcomes us to the Pay-Per-View and hypes the submission stipulations in place tonight. JeriShow’s music hits, and it’s time to start the macthes.
Unified Tag Team Title Match
Big Show and Chris Jericho (c’s) vs MVP and Mark Henry
Jericho and MVP start things out for their teams. Jericho is slow to start, and actually bails to the floor before coming into contact with MVP. Jericho makes his way back into the ring at three and the two men lock up.
MVP is able to surprise Jericho with a quick flurry of right hands and a hip toss. Jericho stumbles into MVP’s corner and gets clocked by Henry. Jericho starts to fight back with a couple of right hands, but his rally is quickly stopped by a drop toe hold and neckbreaker from MVP.
Henry tags in and Jericho is quick to make the tag to Show. Show makes his way into the ring and both men square off, eventually locking up. Neither man is able to get much advantage off the bat, but Show suckers Henry in with a test of strength, kicking Henry. Show sends Henry into the corner and goes for a splash, but Henry catches Big Show, puts him in the corner and hits a splash of his own. Henry goes for a body slam, but Jericho comes in and knocks Henry down.
Big Show pounds on Henry in the corner before tagging in Jericho who quickly beats on Henry with forearms. Jericho gets shoved down by Henry and it’s not long before Show is back in the match. Each man hits a big lariat at the same time and both are down.
Jericho and MVP both tag in and MVP comes up with the advantage, surprising Jericho with a jumping clothesling and a ballin’ elbow. MVP goes for the cover but Jericho kicks out at two. Jericho pops up out of nowhere and goes for the Walls of Jericho but MVP fights out.
Jericho makes the blind tag and Show comes in and hits a huge spear on MVP. Big Show locks in a front face lock and attempts to wear MVP down. Jericho tags back into the match and kicks away at MVP’s head and side. Jericho locks in a modified sleeper and tries to wear MVP down even more.
MVP is finally able to fight out of the submission attempt, and he surprises Jericho with a quick near fall and lariat. MVP almost makes the tag but Jericho is able to prevent it, propping MVP up in the corner and choking him with his boot. MVP hits a quick DDT and both men are down in the middle of the ring
MVP makes the hot tag and Henry comes in and goes to work on Jericho. Jericho tries to hit a second rope cross body block, but Henry grabs Jericho out of mid air and hits a gorilla press slam. Henry follows up with a big splash, but Big Show breaks it up. Show sends MVP to the outside, Henry sends Show to the outside and goes for another pin but Jericho gets his foot on the rope. Jericho goes for the code breaker out of nowhere, but Henry wont go down and he tosses Jericho aside instead. Big Show is up on the apron where he hits the knock out punch, Jericho makes the pin and the ref counts to three.
Winners: Big Show and Chris Jericho
Josh Matthews is backstage with Legacy, he asks them about their match tonight. Cody says tonight won’t be a match, it’ll be a fight. Cody says that there are variables in finding a man’s breaking point. Dibiase says they will make DX tap for the first time ever. Ted says that DX is the past and that Legacy is the future.
United States Title Match
Kofi Kingston (c) vs The Miz
The Miz is out first, he says something in French about being awesome. Kofi is out next to a decent pop.
Kingston and Miz lock up right away with Kingston backing the Miz up into the corner. Miz returns the favor by grabbing Kofi’s hair and shoving him in the corner, but instead of breaking clean he hits a kick to the mid-section. Miz locks in a headlock, and when Kofi fights out, he puts Kingston down with a shoulder block. Miz goes for his finisher, but Kofi fights out and hits Miz with a flurry of kicks and a big European uppercut.
Miz fights back with a quick snap suplex, but when he sends Kingston into the ropes, Kofi counters with two cross body blocks and a single leg drop kick. Kingston sends Miz into the corner and charges after him. When Kofi goes to the top rope though his legs are swept out from under him and Miz kicks away at Kofi’s back. Miz slingshots Kofi on the bottom rope and locks in a rear chin lock.
Kofi tries for another cross body block but the Miz gets his boot up and catches Kofi in the chest. Miz locks in another rear chin lock, but it isn’t long before Kingston fights out. Kingston’s advantage doesn’t last long and the Miz is kicking away at Kingston on the ground. Miz tries to grab Kofi around the waist, but Kingston sends Miz to the outside. Kofi tries to follow on the apron, but Miz sweeps Kingston’s feet out from under him.
Miz sends Kingston back into the ring and goes for a couple of quick pins but Kingston will not stay down. Miz sends Kofi into the corner and beats down on him before hitting his signature clothesling in the corner. Miz goes up top and hits a double ax handle smash, but when he pins Kofi, Kingston kicks out again.
Miz kicks away at Kofi’s sides and makes a belt motion across his waist. Kofi and Miz get into a kick battle in the middle of the ring with the crowd solidly behind Kingston, who gets the advantage, almost holding the Miz down for a three count. Miz hits a backbreaker reverse DDT combo and goes for the pin, but Kofi kicks out at two.
Kofi goes for his big leg drop, but the Miz is able to get his knees up to counter. Miz and Kofi trade near falls, but neither man can hold the other down for three. Kofi hits a side Russian leg sweep and follows up with the boom leg drop, but when he pins Miz, Miz kicks out at two. Kofi goes up to the top rope and hits a big splash, but Miz rolls through and pins Kingston for a two count.
Miz rolls up Kingston and pulls on the tights, but Kingston still kicks out. Miz starts getting frustrated and he pounds on Kingston. Miz goes for his high knee/neckbreaker combo, but Kingston counters with Trouble in Paradise out of nowhere. Kingston pins the Miz and gets the three count.
Winner and STILL US Champion: Kofi Kingston
Submissions Count Anywhere Match
DX vs Legacy
We get a video package highlighting the feud between these two teams, which surprisingly includes some of DX’s raunchier footage from the 90’s. DX is out first with a slightly less impressive entrance than SummerSlam, but they still get a huge pop.
Hunter and Shawn did their usual prematch routine and the Montreal crowd loved it. However, when it came time for Hunter to deliver the dedication, they chanted, “You screwed Bret.”
Hunter dedicated it to Montreal. He said he knows there was an incident a few years ago that some people can’t let go of. Shawn was making a funny, uncomfortable facial expression. Hunter said it was all Shawn’s fault. Funny. There were more boos when Hunter passed the mic to Shawn for his “If you’re not down with that…” line, but the masses delivered the “suck it” line.
Things start out quickly with DX jumping Legacy and pounding on them in the corners. Rhodes is sent out to the floor and Dibiase falls victim to a face breaker and chop block. Rhodes is back in and he falls victim to a shin breaker and a chop block. The action spills outside and bear with me as this one will be mighty hard to cover.
Michaels and Rhodes spill out into the crowd and it’s not long before Hunter and Dibiase follow. This is really just a brawl with all four men wailing away at each other. Hunter and Rhodes start to climb the stairs with HBK and Ted following close behind, brawling all the way. Hunter and Rhodes are out of sight, apparently at a concession stand, as Michaels has a submission locked in using one of the hand rails on the staircase. Dibiase fights out and the cameras cut to Hunter and Rhodes who are fighting in front of a crowd going nuts.
HBK and HHH lock in dual figure fours, but Legacy is able to fight out. The crowd starts an Ole chant (something that makes me think of El Generico). The fight goes back into the arena proper and all four men start the fight down the staircase.
Both members of DX have submissions locked in again, but neither man submits. DX clotheslines Legacy over the ringside barricade and the action spills back into the ringside area. Hunter grabs a chair and thrusts it into Cody’s throat, before pulling Cody through the chair and locking in a modified sharpshooter. Michaels locks in a camel clutch, but Dibiase is in to break it up. Dibiase throws HHH into the ringside stairs before sending him back into the ring.
HHH surpriises Ted with a spinebuster out of nowhere and he locks in the crossface. Rhodes breaks it up, and he tries to send Micheals to the outside, but Micheals skins the cat, grabs Rhodes around the neck with his feet and sends him to the outside. Dibiase sends Michaels to the floor where Rhodes locks in a Gory special, but it’s broken up by Triple H who sends Rhodes into the steel steps.
Dibiase and HHH fight in the ring while Rhodes and Michaels fight out to the entrance ramp and back into the crowd. Rhodes tries to go up the stands through the fans, but Michaels follows. Cody and HBK fight to the side of the stands where Cody pushes Michaels about eight feet down off the side. Referees yell for help and Hunter looks on at HBK while Legacy regroups. Hunter spots Legacy and attacks them like a man possesed.
Hunter goes for a pedigree on the entrance ramp on Rhodes, but Dibiase breaks it up. Hunter and Rhodes fight to the back when Dibiase runs in to quickly break things up again. Legacy double team Hunter with Cody pounding on Triple H while Dibiase holds him. Dibiasy locks in the million dollar dream, but Hunter fights out of it.
Hunter hits Dibiase with a spinebuster through a table full of food, and Michaels is up. Hunter has a submission locked in on Rhodes but it’s so dark I can’t see what it is. Dibiase hits Hunter with a big cooler and breaks things up before Rhodes can submit. Dibiase grabs a chair and whacks HHH over the head and it looks like Hunter is out. Rhodes and Dibiase leave Hunter and go back to the entrance ramp to deal with HBK.
Legacy beat Michaels all the way back to the ring where they punch and kick away at him. Michaels actually begins to fight back a bit, dodging an elbow drop and sending Dibiase to the floor. Michaels turns his attention to Rhodes, but Rhodes surprises him with an ankle lock. HBK gets to the ropes but it doesn’t break the submission, Michaels gets to a single leg, still in the ankle lock, fights off Dibiase, sends Ted to the outside and hits Rhodes with a superkick.
Cameras show Hunter stirring in the back, as Rhodes and HBK make their way to their feet. Michaels locks in the figure four on Rhodes, but Dibiase is in to break up yet another submission attempt. Legacy try to double team Michaels, going for a spike pile driver, but HBK fights out, sending Rhodes to the floor and backdropping DiBiase.
Michaels begins to tune up the back, but Rhodes sweeps out his legs from behind. Rhodes wraps Michaels legs around the post before pounding away at his head. Rhodes locks in a ringpost assisted figure four and Dibiase comes in from behind to lock in the million dollar dream. Triple H comes rolling (literally) down the aisle, but it’s not enough as Michaels taps out.
Josh Matthews tries to get a reaction from Orton about Legacy’s victory over DX. Orton tells Matthews if he wants to talk to him to have a seat. Matthews asks if Orton has a reaction to Leagacy’s victory. Orton says he has no reaction because he knew Legacy would win. Matthews tries to ask another question, but Orton cuts him off. Matthews tries to ask him a question again, but Orton interrupts, saying that John Cena says that can’t say the words ‘I quit’. Orton says Cena can’t know that, he can’t be sure. Orton says tonight he’s going to make Cena feel like every bone in his body is about to shatter. Orton gets in Matthews face and tells him to watch his match tonight, because John Cena says one thing, but tonight he’s going to make him say something else. Tonight he’ll make him say ‘I Quit’.
Singapore Cane Match
Kane vs The Great Khali
Both men are out to a pretty low amount of fanfare. Kane tries to get the jump on Khali going right after a cane, but Khali attacks, chopping him in the corner.
Khali and Kane both grab canes and swing at each other. Khali connects with Kane’s back and the action spills out to the floor. Kane attacks Khali’s legs and grabs the cane, whacking Khali across the back a number of times. Back in the ring, Kane continues to wail on Khali with the cane.
Khali grabs Kane around the throat, but Kane continues to work over Khali’s knee and hit at him with the Kane, maintaining his advantage. Kane uses the cane to assist in an arm lock and he tries to hit Khali again but Khali grabs the cane. Khali uses to the and whacks away at Kane about ten times. Khali hits the big over hand chop and tries for the pin, but it’s only good for a two count.
Khali grabs Kane in the vice grip but Kane grabs a cane and hits Khali over the head to break the hold. The crowd starts a boring chant and Kane climbs to the top rope. Kane comes off and hits Khali with the cane. Ranjin is in and he hits Kane with a cane, and almost falls victim to Kane before Khali breaks things up. Kane attacks Khali from behind, hitting him with a cane and wrapping it around his neck before dropping him backwards over the top rope. Kane hits a big chokeslam and pins Khali for the three count.
Eve is backstage with CM Punk. She asks him about his last minute thoughts before his match with the Undertaker. Punk says no one gives him a chance. He says it’s funny because no one gave him a chance at SummerSlam, but he proved everyone wrong and then he got rid of Jeff for good. Punk says that three weeks later, Hardy did what he does. Punk says it’s all in black in white. He says that you’ll never see his mug shot on TV. Punk says that if you live a good life, good things will happen to you, and that if you live a clean lifestyle, you can overcome the Undertaker. The lights go out and Punk freaks out, it turns out to be Jimmy Wang Yang who’s playing a prank. Yang wishes Punk luck, and shakes his hand, but Punk takes out Yang, before saying that the Undertaker should be worried about him.
ECW Title Match
Christian (c) vs William Regal
Christian is out first to a (kind of) hometown pop (all Canadian wrestlers get hometown pops pretty much all over Canada), while Regal, who’s escorted by Kozlov and Ezekial Jackson doesn’t get much of a reaction at all.
Ring announcer Tony Chimmel announced that interim general manager Tiffany had banned Zeke and Vlad from ringside. They headed backstage.
The match starts out quickly and Christian almost surprises Regal with an early killswitch again, but Regal fights out. Christian locks in a wrist lock, but Regal fights out. Christian connects with a dropkick and goes for the pin but Regal kicks out at two. Regal sends Christian to the outside, but Christian is quick to make his way back into the ring with a cross body onto Regal.
Christian goes to the top turnbuckle, but Regal catches him with a couple of big forearms, the last of which sends Christian to the floor. Regal sends Christian back into the ring where he locks in a modified choke hold.
Christian goes to the top turnbuckle, but Regal catches him with a couple of big forearms, the last of which sends Christian to the floor. Regal sends Christian back into the ring where he locks in a modified choke hold.
Christian fights out of the submission attempt and surprises Regal with a monkey flip. Regal hits Christian with a head butt, and follows up with an exploder suplex before pounding on Christian with forearms to the head. Regal locks in a modified surfboard with a dragon suplex for good measure.
Christian fights out and hits a springboard sunset flip, but Regal rolls through and hits a big running knee. Regal locks in a full nelson, but Christian fights out, only to get caught with a modified Regal-plex. Regal goes for the pin and as soon as Christian kicks out, Regal locks in a submission.
Regal puts Christian up on the top, where Christian fights back and connects with a tornado DDT, Christian goes for the cover, but Regal kicks out at two. Regal surprises Christian with a big forearm out of nowhere and he grinds his forearm into Christian’s face on the mat. Christian goes for the killswitch, but Regal counters with the Regal-plex. Christian kicks out and Regal starts to get frustrated.
Christian begins to fight back with a flurry of quick offense that ends in a running knee. Christian goes up top and hits a missile dropkick. Christian goes up to the top again for another missile dropkick, but Regal moves out of the way and hits a rolling senton. Regal props Christian up in the corner but when he charges in Christian gets his feet up. Christian goes for the killswitch but Regal fights out. Christian goes for the killswitch again and connects this time, he pins Regal and gets the three count.
Winner and STILL ECW Champion: Christian
In the Arena:
Pat Patterson, the first Intercontinental Champion ever is introduced and makes his way to the ring. Patterson takes the mic and thanks the crowd in English and French. Patterson addresses the crowd in French and since I don’t speak French, we’re all in the dark on this one. Patterson says it’s not too bad for him starting out in Montreal and now he’s the Intercontinental champion. Patterson says he’s happy to introduce, but he’s interrupted by Dolph Ziggler’s music.
Patterson says there’s no need to shake hands because he knows who Dolph is. Patterson says he talked to a lot of people in Montreal last night and Ziggler won’t be able to believe who asked about him last night. Nobody. Patterson says he’s only having fun. Patterson says Ziggler has a great future ahead of him, and if he’s good enough, he’ll be IC Champion. Ziggler grabs Patterson before he can leave and asks for the mic. Ziggler says first Bob Barker, now Patterson, when did this company get taken over by senior citizens. Ziggler asks Pat if the retirement home knows he snuck out. Ziggler says he’s just having fun.
Ziggler says before tonight, he thought Pat was dead. Ziggler says that Pat looks good though, even his hairpiece. Ziggler says he can’t believe that they’re wasting time on a fossile like Patterson. The crowd starts a ‘shut the f*** up’ chant. Ziggler continues to make fun of Patterson’s age. Ziggler pushes Patterson and calls him a coward before kicking him in the stomach.
Ziggler starts to leave the ring but he goes back toward Patterson, John Morrison is out to make the save and he helps Patterson back to his feet.
The events leading to Randy Ortov vs. John Cena are shown.
WWE Championship “I Quit” Match
Randy Orton (c) vs John Cena
Randy Orton is out first to a fairly split reaction from the crowd. John Cena is out next to a huge face pop. We get the big time match introductions for both men. The bell rings, and this one is underway.
Cena and Orton stare each other down for a little while before Cena backs Orton into a corner and puts him down with a belly to belly suplex. Cena hits a (kind of) fisherman suplex and he tries for a diving shoulder block, but Orton ducks and sends Cena to the outside. Orton picks up one of the announcers moniters and hits Cena in the head.
Orton and Cena make their way back into the ring and Orton hits the rope assisted DDT, but not before the ref shoves the mic in Cena’s face for him to say ‘no’. Orton goes to the outside and grabs a chair. Back in the ring, Orton locks in a front face lock and tries to go for an RKO on the chair, but Cena fights out of it, hits two shoulder blocks and a belly to back suplex.
Cena hits the five knuckle shuffle, and tries for the AA, but Orton fights out and snaps Cena’s neck against the top rope. Orton sets up to punt Cena but Cena moves out of the way. Cena tries for the STF, but ORton fights out and rolls to the outside. Cena follows and is quickly sent into the steel ringside stairs.
Orton picks up one of the sets of steps and blasts away at Cena. Orton places Cena’s head on the set of stairs and stomps down hard on Cena’s temple. The ref asks if Cena quits and Cena says ‘no’.
Orton rolls Cena back into the ring and begins to look under the ring, finally grabbing a black bag. Back in the ring, Orton pulls out a pair of handcuffs and places the key, on a chain, around his neck. Orton handcuffs one of Cena’s hands and puts the other end on the top rope.
Orton pounds away on Cena, punching and kicking, telling the ref to ask Cena, but Cena refuses to quit. Orton grabs the mic from the ref and hits Cena square over the head before unlocking the handcuff from the top rope and handcuffing Cena’s hands together. Orton hangs up Cena on the ringpost by the handcuffs and punches away at Cena’s midsection.
Orton grabs a bottle of water to douse over Cena’s head to keep him awake and the ref asks Cena if he quits, but Cena still will not. Orton looks under the ring again and comes up with a pair of Singapore canes. Orton whacks away at Cena’s midsection and legs, causing Cena to scream in pain. Cena takes another whack at Cena’s head before the ref can ask, but Cena will still not quit.
Orton starts to choke Cena with the cane, but Cena catches Orton with a low blow and he’s able to get himself off of the ringpost. Cena is first to his feet, but he’s blasted with a steel chair to the head from Orton.
Orton uncuffs Cena’s hand and this time cuffs it to the bottom turnbuckle. Orton grabs a chair and hits Cena across the back. The ref asks but the answer is still no. Orton tries to catch Cena’s head between the steel post and a chair, but Cena ducks and backdrops Orton. Cena grabs the key from around Orton’s nexk and unlocks himself from the top turnbuckle, handcuffing himself to Orton.
Cena starts pounding on Orton, bringing him back in the ring and hitting a belly to back suplex. Cena buries his knees in Orton’s back. Cena stands Orton up and goes for the AA, but Orton fights out and hits the RKO.
Orton looks around for the key, which is on the other side of the mat, and he tries to go for it, but Cena pulls on the handcuffs. Dueling chants from the crowd and Cena locks in a handcuff assisted STFU, forcing Orton to quit. Well, Superman is back in action.
Winner and NEW WWE Champion: John Cena
After the match, Cena grabs the mic and yells ‘I did not quit’.
The events leading to CM Punk vs. Undertaker are shown.
World Heavyweight Championship Submission Match
CM Punk (c) vs The Undertaker
Punk is out first to a mixed reaction from this crowd (possibly in light of recent goings on with one Hardy boy?). Undertaker gets a huge pop, which is to be expected.
Punk bails at the very beginning of the match as soon as the Undertaker charges at him. Back in the ring, Punk continues to try and stay away from Taker, catching him in the corner with quick strikes and kicks. Undertaker grabs Punk around the throat and throws Punk to the outside. Back in the ring, Undertaker catches Punk with a jumping clothesline.
Undertaker props Punk up in the corner and grinds down on him with forearms and elbows. Undertaker sends Punk to the outside and follows him out. Both men try to send each other into the ring post, but neither is successful. Undertaker catches Punk with a big knee and launches him into the barricade.
Undertaker charges Punk but ends up crotching himself on the barricade. Punk takes advantage with a couple of running knees. Punk grabs a chair and buries it in Taker’s midsection before hitting him over the head. Both men make their way back into the ring and Punk hits his corner running knee strike. Undertaker fights back and begins to go to work on Punk’s arm, wrenching it. Undertaker tries for Old School, but Punk fights back and causes Undertaker to crotch himself on the top turnbuckle.
Punk tries for a superplex but Taker fights out. Punk catches Undertaker with a kick to the side of the head and tries for another superplex, which is successful this time. Punk kicks away at Taker’s midsection and the two square off in the middle of the ring, with Taker getting the upper hand with his big right hands.
Taker with a big boot to Punk’s face followed by a leg drop. That series of moves seems familiar for some reason. Taker waiting for Punk to get up, signaling for the chokeslam. He slaps it on but Punk hits Taker with a standing roundhouse kick to the head. Both guys are down. Punk is crawling over for a pin attempt but Taker slaps on the Hell’s Gate triangle choke. Punk quickly taps. That was an amazingly uneventful finish. Maybe because this show seemed to be running long? Definitely terrible booking if that was the actual planned finish.
Undertaker press slams Punk into the top turnbuckle and tries for the chokeslam, but Punk catches Undertaker with a roundhouse kick to the head. Out of nowhere, Undertaker locks in the triangle choke and Punk taps immediately.
Winner and NEW World Heavyweight Champion: The Undertaker
After the match…
As Undertaker is celebrating, Teddy Long comes out and says he regrets to inform us that Taker’s Hell’s Gate submission hold was banned on SmackDown! a long time ago by Vickie Guerrero. He says unfortunately that rule still stands so this match must continue. The bell sounds and Punk immediately jumps on Taker. Taker picks Punk up for the Last Ride but Punk chopblocks Taker down. Punk sets up the Anaconda Vice and the bell sounds in like half a second. The ref runs and Punk runs. Taker looks in disbelief. Oh god, again with the omage’ to Survivor Series ’97? Seriously guys?
Winner and STILL World Champion: CM Punk
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