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The “Buried Alive” match is up next, which means that Kane is likely retaining. Josh Matthews is standing in the grave going over the rules of the match while this creep music played in the background complete with fake lightning.

Buried Alive Match for the World Heavyweight Championship
Kane (c) vs. The Undertaker

The Undertaker entered the ring first. Kane was next, but Undertaker wasted no time and attacked Kane as he was making his way to the ring. reader Nathan Amos, who is at the event, noted that Kane’s pyro sticks are attached to the ring posts which is further evidence that Kane is retaining since his pyro wasn’t used during his entrance.

Taker beat on Kane outside of the ring, including throwing him into the ring steps. Taker then took the fight into the stands, and continued to dominate his brother. Taker then threw Kane back towards the ring and threw several steel chairs into the ring. Taker took the top of the table off ad then went into the ring.

Taker grabbed a chair and went to hit Kane, who retreated outside of the ring. Taker continued to dominate Kane and went back into the stands. They finally came back to the ring and Kane was able to finally gain control, nailing Undertaker with a steel chair several times across the back. Kane continued his assault with the chair and then hit a chokeslam. As Taker got up, Kane ht him with another chokeslam. Kane then dragged Taker outside of the ring and started heading to the grave.

Undertaker recovered near the top of the ramp and both men traded blows as the crowd chanted “Boo/Yay!” Undertaker finally got the better of the exchange and Kane retreated towards the grave. Undertaker went for a chokeslam but was met with a thumb to the eye and a big boot. Kane tried to roll Taker into the grave but was met with Hells Gate Kane started tapping, which doesn’t count for this match. Kane eventually passed out and Taker rolled him into the grave as Paul Bearer tried to hide behind the tombstone.

Undertaker turned his attention to Paul Bearer and rubbed his face in the dirt. He went to chokeslam Bearer but the Nexus (sans John Cena) ran out and attacked Undertaker. Taker was able to fight them off initially until the numbers caught up to him. Kane got out of the grave and nailed Taker with the urn as he was held by Nexus, with Taker landing in the grave. The Nexus started shoveling dirt on Taker, but Kane waved them off and told them to get out of there. Kane’s pyro went off and the lights went red and dirt started falling into the grave from a bulldozer as Kane and Bearer celebrated.

Kane defeated The Undertaker in a ‘Buried Alive’ match to retain the World Heavyweight Championship.

Kane went to the back and Undertaker’s music started playing. Lightning hit the tombstone and the Undertaker’s symbol was shown on the tombstone. Man this is corny, I can’t wait for this feud to be over.