EST July 2004 | The only approved source for all things on WWE Superstar, Randy Orton.

Dolph Ziggler versus Randy Orton
They lock up and they try to jockey for position in the corner. The referee has to pull Ziggler out of the corner and the referee warns Dolph while Orton goes to the floor. Orton with forearms to Ziggler and then he sends Ziggler to the floor. Orton sends Ziggler into the ringside barrier and then Orton with a clothesline.

Orton gets a near fall when they return to the ring. Orton hangs Ziggler on the apron for an IEDDT but Ziggler gets to the floor and he runs Orton into the ringside barrier. Ziggler punches Orton and kicks him against the ringside barrier. Orton sends Ziggler into the ring post and then he rolls Ziggler back into the ring.

Orton stomps on the arm. Ziggler with punches and then he climbs the turnbuckles. Orton with an Irish whip but Ziggler with a taste of Orton’s medicine with a clothesline out of the corner for a near fall. Orton with a back breaker. Orton gets a near fall. Orton with an arm bar into a reverse chin lock. Ziggler with a jawbreaker. Ziggler with a flying clothesline followed by a neck breaker. Ziggler with a leaping elbow drop for a near fall. Randy avoids a Fameasser and Orton with a kick and he sends Ziggler to the apron. Ziggler returns to the ring and hits the Fameasser for a near fall.

Orton with an Exploder suplex and Ziggler goes to the apron. Orton sets for the IEDDT and he connects. Orton looks around for the spot to turn to the mat for the RKO and he does it. Orton sets for the RKO but Ziggler with a drop kick for a near fall. Ziggler tries for a Zig Zag but Orton holds on to the ropes. Orton with an RKO for the three count.

Winner: Randy Orton

Stephanie McMahon and Triple H are in the ring with the official contract signing table and chairs.

Randy Orton comes out first. He is followed by Daniel Bryan.

Hunter says the special guest referee needs no introduction but he will give him one anyway. He brings out Shawn Michaels.

Stephanie welcomes everyone to the official contract signing while the crowd chants for Shawn Michaels. Stephanie says that as the face of the WWE, Randy Orton has the floor.

Randy tells Daniel he has to give credit where credit is due. Every week he has beaten him down physically, mentally, and emotionall, but he keeps getting back up. After Hell in a Cell, Daniel will not be getting right back up. Orton says that he has survived against the Undertaker at Hell in a Cell. He has beaten Sheamus and John Cena inside that cell. He can say with the utmost confidence that Daniel has no idea what he is going to get into. On Sunday, he will make sure that Daniel’s first Hell in a Cell will be his last.

Randy signs the contract.

Daniel says that he expects nothing less than threats like that from him. Randy is a ten time champion and he has pushed him to the limit each time. If it wasn’t for the Shield, the Authority, or Triple H, he would be standing in the ring as the WWE Champion.

Daniel says that he will smash in Randy’s face because he has done it again. He has two words for Randy. Thank you. He thanks Randy for making him more than a B+ player. He thanks Randy for exposing himself as a patsy. He thanks Randy for exposing Triple H and Stephanie as the spoiled brats that they are.

Hunter says that he has seen guys like Daniel come and go. People like Jericho and Rob Van Dam. They were top guys. They were popular, but they were never the one. Hunter says that it has to be said. If any of those guys had been the face of WWE back in the day, everyone would be working for Ted Turner.

Daniel has no idea what he is involved in. When he steps inside Hell in a Cell, he will prove that all he is is a B+ player.

Daniel says that Hunter sure talks a big game behind that suit. He tells Hunter to trade in that suit for wrestling gear to show how good he is.

Hunter says that proves how out of it Daniel is. If he gets back in the ring, it will be to fight a star. It would be to face The Undertaker, the Rock, or Brock Lesnar. It would not be against Daniel Bryan. He fights A+ players. He fights stars because they want to fight a star.

They wouldn’t waste their time fighting someone like Daniel. Shawn Michaels shouldn’t have ever wasted his time training Daniel.

Shawn joins the conversation. He did not waste his time training Daniel. He is good. He is very good. Shawn asks Hunter what has happened to him. What happened to the guy who raged against the machine with him? What happened to the guy who drove the tank into WCW? What happened to the guy who played strip poker on live TV? He does not care what Hunter’s title is with the company. He does not care that he trained Daniel Bryan. He cares that the people voted for him to make sure that there is a new champion on Sunday.

Randy says that he told Hunter last week what Shawn was doing. He says that Shawn has an agenda against him.

Hunter says that at the end of the day, Shawn will do what’s right.

Shawn will do what is right for the business he loves and what the people love. What does he have against Daniel? Is it because he is smaller? Is it because of the beard? Is it because he marches to the beat of a different drum? Is it because after everything that Hunter has thrown at him, Daniel has proven him wrong?

Randy tells Daniel he cannot beat him. On Sunday, he will take this A+ player straight to hell. Orton starts saying Yes.

We see a truck pull into the garage on the TitanTron. The truck drives into the arena.

Bryan with a flying knee to Orton and he leaves the ring as we go to credits.

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