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

Evolution makes its way to the ring and Batista is wearing no blue in any visible areas. Orton is dressed for a fight while Batista and Hunter are in suits. Hunter has a black eye, which is focused on when he enters the ring. Hunter says that they say it is always darkest just before the dawn. Funny thing is, they think they have won. Do you think they have won? Do you think this is over? The Shield think this is over. You don’t get it. None of you get it. He does not lose. He never loses. He always wins. This will continue until the Shield exists no longer.

That happens tonight.

Batista takes the mic and he says that he is done with it. Batista wants his one on one championship match like Hunter promised him. Hunter takes another mic and he tells Dave there is a reason why he is the leader. There is a reason why he is the boss. It is because he has the ability to see the bigger picture. There is a bigger picture in play. There is a plan.

Batista says that he doesn’t care about the plan or the Shield. He did what he said he would do. He won the Royal Rumble and he earned a one on one championship match and he wants it tonight. Hunter points out that Daniel Bryan is injured and cannot compete. Even if he could do it, he cannot give Dave a shot at the WWE Championship. He says that even if he did, Dave would probably choke. Hunter apologizes and he says that things are a little stressful around here. There is a plan. Is this how you want this to go down? Do you want to be remembered as the man who went down to the Shield? He does not get into fights to lose. This ends when the Shield is no more. When that happens, Dave will get everything that he is promised. Until then, no one gets anything.

Batista says that he understands . . . and he quits. Batista leaves the ring and Hunter tells him to get back into the ring. Is he going to run back to Hollywood? When your movie craps out, don’t come running back to him.

The Shield come to the ring and Dean asks how do they look because they feel great. They are bruised and beaten up. They faced their biggest challenge to date against Evolution. When the napalm settled, they did what they said they would do. A clean sweep without a single casualty. That is what he calls domination.

Seth says adapt or perish. That was the situation. The Shield adapted while Evolution perished. Earlier tonight, the world was witness to their implosion. The reason Evolution perished is because while they are three of the greatest superstars in the industry, they were not one . . . like the Shield. In the end, they were three strangers who were standing on the same side of the ring.

Roman says that they were not brothers. He tells Randy to bring his ass out here so he can break his jaw with the symbol of excellence.

Triple H says that what he does better than anybody is adapt. Last night was Plan A. Tonight is Plan B. There is always a Plan B.

Seth hits Reigns in the back with the steel chair he brought into the ring. Rollins hits Ambrose with the chair. Rollins continues to hit Ambrose with the chair. Rollins with Black Out onto the steel chair.

Rollins leaves the ring and he joins Orton and Hunter. Rollins gives the chair to Orton and Orton walks into the ring and he has the chair. Orton hits Reigns in the back with the chair and he drives it into his back and then his chest. Orton removes Reigns’ flak jacket. Orton gives Reigns an RKO on the chair.

Hunter, Orton, and Rollins stand over Reigns and Ambrose as we go to credits.

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