The events leading to Cena vs. Umaga were shown.
WWE Champion John Cena vs. Umaga, with Armando Alejandro Estrada.
They did the "big match" style introductions after the entrances. Cena is giving up over a hundred pounded to Umaga. Cena dodged an advancing Umaga and threw some punches and shoulderblocks. He dodged another Umaga charge, and hit a bulldog. Cena sidestepped Umaga and threw him out of the ring. Umaga freaked out at ringside, then got on the apron. Cena tried to knock him off, but Umaga gave him a shoulderblock through the ropes, then grabbed Cena by the back of the neck and tossed him over the top rope and to the floor. Umaga tossed Cena into the ringsteps. Back in the ring, Umaga hit Cena with right hands, but ran into a Cena elbow. Cena ran into an Umaga clothesline.
Umaga threw some shots at Cena's arm, then Cena fought back with punches, but Umaga planted him with a Samoan Drop. Cena rolled to the apron, stood up, and Umaga knocked him off the apron and into the announce table at ringside. Umaga rammed Cena into the table, then went back into the ring. Cena threw a pair of shoulderblocks from the apron, then tried a slingshot sunset flip. Umaga didn't go down, then went to drop his weight on Cena, but Cena moved out of the way. Cena lifted Umaga for a slam, but Umaga shifted his weight and Cena went down. Cena kicked out at two. Umaga dropped a leg, then kicked Cena in the chest. Cena went to the apron, and pulled Umaga down throat first on the top rope. Cena scurried to the top rope and went for a flying bodypress, but Umaga caught him and planted him with a spinning sidewalk slam. Cena got his foot on the bottom rope at the two count.
Umaga delivered a headbutt, then hit a clothesline. Cena slid under Umaga after a whip into the ropes, and he hit the Throwback, but Umaga got right back up and hit a spinkick. Umaga hit a headbutt, then chopped Cena in the head. Umaga chopped Cena to the mat, then game off the second rope with a Banzai Drop. Umaga gave Cena a second, and Armando called for a third. Cena got his knees up on the third one, and Cena went for an FU, but collapsed under the weight and went face first into the mat. Umaga grabbed Cena and flung him over the top rope and to the floor. Umaga hit Cena in the back of the head as he crawled back in. Umaga hit some shots to the shoulder, setting up for the Samoan Spike. Umaga applied a nerve hold, and continued to pound him.
Cena struggled in the nerve hold and finally broke out of it, but Umaga took him right down with a back elbow. Umaga went to the second rope and dove off for a Spike, but Cena moved out of the way. Both men got to their feet and began trading punches. Cena got the better of it, then hit two clotheslines, but Umaga cut him down with a shot to the gut. Umaga missed a charge in the corner, and Cena rammed Umaga head first into the steel ringpost, sending Umaga over the turnbuckles in doing so. Cena suplexed Umaga to a huge pop. Cena did the "You Can't See Me" bit, then dropped the Five Knuckle Shuffle fistdrop. Cena went for the FU, but couldn't get Umaga up, and Umaga gave him a belly to belly suplex.
Umaga hung Cena in the Tree Of Woe, then drove in a flying headbutt to the chest. Cena fell out of the Tree of Woe, and was slumped down in the corner. Umaga charged, but Cena threw his feet up and caught Umaga in the face, then grabbed a cradle for the pin at the 18 minute mark. The announcers put over that Cena was unable to use the FU, so he went with a basic move and got the win.
Winner: John Cena.
Cena left almost immediately, and Umaga freaked out at ringside. Cena came back out on the stage and held the belt up while Umaga was wrecking the monitors at ringside. That closed the show.
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