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

Renee Young is in the back with Randy Orton. Renee asks Randy about what happened with Big Show on Raw. We see the punch that knocked Orton out.

She wants to know what Randy’s message to the Big Show is. He says that he vouched for the Big Show at Wrestlemania and it got him knocked out twice. They say that when you mess with the viper, you are going to get bitten. He says that at Extreme Rules, there will be no antidote for what he does to the Big Show.

Big Show vs. Tensai (with Brodus Clay, Cameron, and Naomi)
Show with a kick and punches to Tensai but Tensai punches back. Tensai with shoulders in the corner followed by a knee and head butts. Tensai with another head butt and punches. Tensai with a splash and he sets for the Baldo Bomb but Show with the knockout punch and Show gets the three count.
Winner: Big Show

After the match: Show sees Clay checking on Tensai and Show goes after Clay. Clay with punches but Show with a spear to Clay and he waits for Clay to get up but Orton comes from out of nowhere and hits an RKO on Show.

Randy Orton vs. Antonio Cesaro
The two men worked some chain wrestling to start, and Orton gained the upper hand. Orton stomped Cesaro’s extremities. Cesaro began fighting back and dumped Orton to the floor as the show went to a commercial. Back from the break, Cesaro had Orton locked in a rest hold. Orton battled out, but Cesaro stayed in control and hit his gutwrench suplex for a two count. He followed with a European uppercut for a near fall.

Cesaro went back to the rest hold and Orton fought him off again. This time, Orton began to make his comeback with a series of clotheslines and a powerslam. Orton went for his hanging DDT, but Cesaro stepped through the ropes and caught Orton with a hotshot.

Cesaro attempted to hit Orton with a German suplex to the floor, but Orton managed to hold onto the ropes to save himself. Orton attempted a flying double-axe handle, but Cesaro stepped aside and Orton crashed into the barricade. Both men sold on the floor. The show returned to Cesaro working over Orton’s arm on the steel ring post. Cesaro went for a flying double-axe handle of his own, but Orton surprised him with a dropkick to the mush. Very good spot.

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Randy Orton walks in the back as we go to commercial.

We are back and Damien demands silence before he sings a song to the audience.

Randy has voices inside his head, just watching him puts him to bed. Puts me to sleep. Randy walks down here on this ramp his expression stays the same. Does his pose up in the corner, can’t think of anything more lame. All his tattoos are disgusting, all that oil on him is heinous. All you people get to sit back and watch him beat this ignoramus.

Randy Orton vs Damien Sandow
Orton punches Sandow and he must not be a fan of music. Orton puts Sandow on the apron and he tries for the IEDDT but Sandow gets to the floor. Orton with a clothesline and then he drops Sandow on the ringside barrier. Orton sends Sandow back into the ring but Sandow goes to the floor again.

Orton punches Sandow and sends him into the ringside barrier and apron. Orton hangs Sandow on the apron and he tries for an IEDDT but Sandow sends Orton into the ringside barrier. Orton with a back breaker followed by a European uppercut or two. Orton punches Sandow and he pulls Damien out of the corner. Orton with a stomp to the midsection. Sandow with a shoulder and knee to the midsection. Sandow with a punch but Orton with a punch of his own and a suplex.

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Randy Orton versus Damien Sandow
They lock up and Orton with a side head lock and shoulder tackle. They lock up again and Sandow with a side head lock. Orton with a reversal and shoulder tackle. Orton is sent into the turnbuckles by Sandow and Damien with kicks until the referee warns him. Sandow with punches. Sandow with a knee to the midsection followed by a snap mare and knee drop for a near fall. Sandow with a reverse chin lock.

Orton with punches but Sandow with a more effective punch. Sandow floats out of the corner but Orton with a clothesline out of the corner. Orton with another clothesline and he avoids one from Sandow. Orton with a power slam. Sandow goes to the apron and he sets for the IEDDT but Sandow gets into the ring and he puts Orton on the apron and Sandow drops Orton on the top rope.

Sandow with a running shoulder that knocks Orton off the apron and we go to commercial.

We are back and Sandow with a side head lock but Orton with a belly-to-back suplex. Sandow with a kick to the knee and a DDT for a near fall. Sandow with knees to the chest followed by the side Russian leg sweep. Sandow with the Elbow of Disdain and it connects. Sandow with a second one and he gets a near fall.

Sandow with a reverse chin lock but Orton with head butts and an uppercut. Orton with a drop kick to Sandow followed by a back body drop. Orton with an elbow and then Sandow rolls to the apron. Orton with the IEDDT and he looks around for the opportunity to twist into the mat and he punches the mat and hits the RKO for the three count.

Winner: Randy Orton

After the match, Big Show comes out and he has something to say to Randy. He says Orton must be the most amazing one on one competitor, but the problem is that Randy isn’t much of a team player. If Randy didn’t have such a big ego at Wrestlemania and would have let him make the tag, they might have beaten the Shield and Orton wouldn’t have been knocked out.

Sandow attacks Orton from behind and gives Orton Terminus.

Show laughs at what just happened to Orton and he says that was so funny. Show tells Orton that at Extreme Rules, there will be nothing funny about what he does to Randy.

12 Rounds 2: Reloaded Set for DVD, Blu-Ray, and Digital Release, 6/4
A twisted genius and a good man are going head-to-head in the ultimate game of cat and mouse! Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment and WWE Studios unveil a brand new chapter in its thrilling action franchise with 12 ROUNDS 2: RELOADED. The second installment, starring WWE Superstar Randy Orton, debuts on Digital HD on May 21 and on Blu-ray and DVD on June 4 – just in time for Father’s Day.

As paramedic Nick Malloy, Orton jumps into overdrive in this pulse-pounding, thrill ride filled with gripping suspense! Malloy receives a terrifying call from a vengeful psychopath connected to his past, and the maniac (Brian Markinson) threatens to unleash a murder spree unless Nick can complete a series of 12 challenges without involving the cops or missing a single deadline. With no time to spare – and his own wife’s life on the line – Nick must piece together cryptic clues and hunt down the killer before it’s too late!

12 Rounds 2: Reloaded Blu-ray/ DVD/Ultraviolet/Digital Copy Combo Pack Special Features:

– Randy Orton Reloaded
– The Action of 12 Rounds 2: Reloaded
– Locations: From Heller’s Lair to the Sugar Factory
– Audio Commentary

Randy Orton versus Cody Rhodes
They lock up and Orton with a side head lock take down and Rhodes with a head scissors but Orton escapes. Orton with a side head lock and shoulder tackle. They lock up again and Rhodes with a side head lock. Rhodes with a shoulder tackle. Orton with a back elbow. They lock up again and Cody works on the arm and he puts Orton in a top wrist lock.

Rhodes with a kick to the midsection but Orton with a kick and he sends Rhodes over the top but Rhodes skins the cat. Cody turns into a drop kick from Orton. Orton with another drop kick. Orton with a European uppercut and punches in the corner. Orton with another European uppercut to Rhodes. Orton with the Garvin Stomp to Rhodes. Cody with a kick to Orton.

The referee pulls Cody off Orton but Cody with a boot to the abdomen. Cody gets a near fall. Orton blocks a suplex and he hits a suplex of his own. Orton gets a near fall. Orton with a leaping knee drop. Orton with a wrist lock. Cody with a drop kick and a near fall.

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