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

Backstage: Somewhere in the bowels of the building, Randy Orton was looking for Kane. Kane told him he made a mistake coming here. Orton said that he made a mistake on Raw and was sorry. He looked for Kane to say he was sorry as well, but Kane said that as the Devil’s favorite Demon, he never gets to say he’s sorry. Orton said that was fine but they need to be on the same page because neither of them can let John Cena or Roman Reigns leave with the WWE title. Kane said that he assures him that the winner of the match is standing right here. He stared at Orton and walked off.

WWE World Heavyweight champion John Cena vs. Roman Reigns vs. Kane vs. Randy Orton
Everyone began battling at the bell. Cena and Orton went to the floor, where Cena was whipped into the stairs. Reigns was beating Kane in the corner. He saw Orton coming for him and went after him. Kane and Orton doubleteamed Reigns and Orton tried to pin him while Kane tried to prevent Cena from returning. Cena eventually returned and suplexed Orton but Kane broke it up.

Kane and Orton ended up run out of the ring, setting up a faceoff with Reigns and Cena. Before we could see them face off, Orton and Kane attacked, only this time they ended up at odds over which of them was going to be the champion. Kane nailed Orton and set him up for a superplex. This set up a huge Tower of Doom spot with everyone.

Cena and Reigns looked at each other, then teamed up to stomp the hell out of Kane. Orton slipped in and nailed a backbreaker on Reigns. He went after Cena and nailed he and Reigns with double hanging DDTs at the same time. Orton made the cover but Kane broke it up. Reigns nailed a Samoan Drop on Kane but Orton broke it up. Orton and Reigns battled back and forth. Orton whipped out the old Lance Storm Canadian Maple Leaf Crab. Reigns fought out and reversed it and locked it in on Orton. Cena grabbed Orton’s arm and locked in an STF. Kane broke it up. Cena nailed Kane out of the ring but was caught by Orton, who went for a backbreaker. Cena slipped out and Orton was trapped in the STF. Orton tried to make it to the ropes but was pulled back to the center.

Orton finally made it to the ropes but Reigns grabbed his arm, pulled him out and tossed him over the announcer’s table. This allowed Reigns and Cena to finally face off and they began exchanging punches in the center of the ring. Cena ducked a clothesline and went for the STF. Reigns escaped and nailed the Samoan Drop. Reigns went for the Superman Punch but Cena ducked and nailed the Blue Thunder Punch. Cena went for the Five Knuckle Shuffle but Reigns nailed the Superman Punch and speared him. Kane broke up the pinfall.

Reigns went back and forth with Kane and nailed him. Reigns cleaned house with big offense on all three and speared Orton through the guard rail. Reigns went for the spear but Kane grabbed him for the chokeslam. Reigns broke the grip and speared him but Cena broke up the pin. Cena tossed Roman Reigns to the outside and hit the AA on Kane. Reigns nailed Cena and covered Kane but Cena broke up the pinfall. Cena and Reigns exchanged punches. Cena nailed the AA on Reigns. Kane chokeslammed Cena and Reigns. He covered Reigns, who kicked out.

Kane called for the tombstone but Reigns speared him. Orton broke it up and nailed the RKO. Cena nailed the AA and scored the pin.

Winner: John Cena

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