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

Randy Orton makes his way to the ring to talk to the people of Tulsa about his match against John Cena. Randy says in 10 days at TLC, it will be champion versus champion. John Cena’s World Title and his WWE Title will be on the line. In 10 days, he will prove that he is the Champion of Champions. He will also prove that he can overcome what John Cena did to him on Monday night. He wants us to take a look back at the atrocity and we see the footage from Raw. Randy says that while he is broken and beaten up on the inside, he is not out here whining and crying like every other Superstar would be. He will prove that he is who he says that he is. The greatest superstar of this or any generation. He is not the most likable of characters. He does not like anyone. He does not like anyone in the back and he does not like John Cena.

He says that he likes and reveres Stephanie McMahon and Triple H. The Authority has done wonders for this company. They know what is best for business. He might not appreciate the generosity and maybe he takes things for granted. Randy says that he wants to publicly apologize to Stephanie and Triple H.

Before Randy can continue, he is interrupted by Daniel Bryan’s music and Daniel makes his way to the ring. Daniel says that Randy needs to apologize to all of the people for impersonating a champion. Out of all of the title matches that they had, it is safe to say that not once did Randy legitimately beat Daniel.

Just because he has been targeted by the Wyatts, he has not forgotten about all of the times that Orton screwed him over so he is not done with Randy. Whoever wins the match at TLCand becomes Champion of Champions, they will turn around and see Daniel Bryan at the front of the line waiting for a title shot.

Since they are both out here and he is looking into the Face of the WWE, Daniel feels like putting a knee right into it. Daniel suggests that they have a match tonight. Randy thinks about it and he tells Daniel ‘No’. Daniel decides to ask the people of Tulsa if they want the match and they appear to have a different answer than Randy.

Orton leaves the ring and he storms to the back.

Randy Orton versus Daniel Bryan

They lock up and go around the ring. The referee has to separate them in the corner. Orton with a kick and side head lock. Orton with a shoulder tackle but Bryan with a knee to the midsection. Bryan with kicks and punches.

Orton with head butts to Bryan. Bryan with punches to Orton followed by kicks. Bryan works on the arm and then he kicks Orton in the shoulder. Orton with a back breaker to Bryan and he gets a near fall. Orton with a boot to the head but he misses the leaping knee drop.

Bryan with kicks to the leg and then he drop kicks Orton over the top rope to the floor. Orton gets out of the way to avoid the suicide dive by Bryan.

We are back and Orton gets a near fall. Orton works on the arms and he applies a quarter nelson and chin lock. We see footage from the commercial break when Orton sent Bryan into the ring steps. Bryan with forearms but Orton with a knee to the midsection.

Orton gets a near fall. Orton with a boot to the midsection. Orton with a suplex for a near fall and then he applies a reverse chin lock. Orton with a head butt. Orton with an Irish whip but Bryan flips out of the corner and he hits a flying clothesline. Bryan with a running drop kick into the corner and then he hits a second one.

Bryan with kicks to the chest and he puts Orton on the turnbuckles. Bryan with a super rana and then he gets a near fall. Orton with a kick but Bryan drops down and Orton goes over the top rope to the floor. Bryan with a suicide dive.

Bryan sends Orton back into the ring and Bryan goes up top for a missile drop kick and he connects. Bryan kips up and he kicks Orton in the chest. Bryan sets for the round kick but Orton ducks and Orton with a power slam for a near fall.

Orton sends Bryan to the apron for the IEDDT and Orton hits it. Orton looks around for the place to spin to the mat and he falls to the mat and pounds it before trying for the RKO but Bryan counters with a backslide for a near fall. Bryan with a round kick and he goes up top.

We get the Wyatt Blipvert and the lights go out. The lights go back on and Rowan and Harper are at ringside.

Bryan gets off the turnbuckles and he looks at Rowan and Harper. Bryan must have forgotten that he is still in a match. Orton sends Bryan into the ropes and he hits the RKO for the three count.

Winner: Randy Orton

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