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September 12, 2004 - Portland, Oregon
Rose Garden

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Sunday Night Heat Match
Maven def. Rodney Mack
w/Jazz
via Pinfall (4:42)
Notes: Jazz grabbed Maven's leg, and he was jawing at her when Rodney rolled him up. Maven kicked out of it, sending Rodney into Jazz. In the confusion, Maven grabbed a handful of tights and rolled up Mack for the win.

Match #1
Chris Benoit &
William Regal
def. Ric Flair
& Batista
via Submission (15:06)
Notes: Benoit was about to finish off Flair when Batista came in and broke it up. He then engaged William Regal, and the two fought outside the ring. This left Benoit alone with Flair. Flair went for the Figure-Four, but Benoit countered it into the Crossface.

Match #2 - WWE Women's Championship
Trish Stratus
Champion
w/Tyson Tomko
def. Victoria
Challenger
via Pinfall (8:22)
Notes: Victoria was in control when she, for whatever reason, took down Tomko with a high cross body on the outside. Tomko chased her back into the ring where Trish was waiting with the Stratusfaction. Tomko was manhandling Victoria after the match when the red-headed "mystery woman" saved Victoria. Tyson was left in the ring irate, and called the mystery woman back out. Which leads us to...

Match #3
Tyson Tomko def. "Mystery Woman" via Pinfall (6:25)
Notes: This was an official match, and a bad one at that. Tyson just ripped the women's clothes off of Steven Richards, and beat him down. Waaaay too long, and hardly any maneuvers.

Match #4 - WWE Intercontinental Championship - Ladder Match
Chris Jericho
Challenger
def. Christian (22:28)
Notes: I enjoyed this match quite a bit, except for the outcome, that is. Christian had quite an extensive background in ladder matches, and Jericho has had a few encounters with ladders as well. At one point, Christian was hanging in the middle of the ring, grasping the cable that the belt was on, until Y2J nailed him with the ladder, causing a long fall with a sudden stop. In the match, Jericho also fell down from the ladder and landed right on one of the bottom legs, right on the ass. Ouch. But the end came when both men were on a ladder, Christian's being slightly taller than Jericho's. Y2J grabbed Christian's head and both men crashed into the mat below. Y2J recovered first, and snagged the title.

Match #5 - No Disqualification Match
Shawn Michaels def. Kane
w/Lita
via Pinfall (18:02)
Notes: Did Lita stand by her man? Of course not. Kane was going to clobber HBK with a chair, but Lita took it away from him. HBK went for Sweet Chin Music, but Kane dodged it and grabbed HBK for a chokeslam. HBK broke the grip and then connected with his boot to the chops. It was enough to stun Kane and give HBK the pinfall.

Match #6 - WWE World Tag Team Championship
"La Resistance"
(Sylvan Grenier & Rob Conway)
Champions
def. Tajiri &
Rhyno

Challengers
via Pinfall (9:41)
Notes: Sylvan accidentally took a flagpole to the groin, and then was on the receiving end of a Gore. But Conway was there to put Sylvan's foot on the rope when Rhyno went for the cover. Tajiri attacked Conway for this, and the referee was jawing at them when Sylvan used the flagpole on Rhyno and made the cover.

Match #7 - World Heavyweight Championship
Triple H
Challenger
def. Randy Orton
Champion
via Pinfall (24:44)
Notes: -TITLE CHANGE- Randy went for the RKO but HHH pushed him off and into referee Earl Hebner. Randy then connected with the RKO on Triple H, but there was no referee. Ric Flair and Batista came down and got involved as well. Triple H connected with a low blow, and The Coach ran down to the ring, throwing on a referee shirt as he went. Randy was able to kick out and punch Coach, but Batista laid him out with a spinebuster. Orton kicked out of the pin, countered Triple H's Pedigree with a back body drop, and then delivered the RKO to Coach. But now Flair came in again, this time with a steel chair, and he received an RKO. Batista entered, and he got two fists to the groin. But during all this, Triple H grabbed the chair and really connected on Orton. And for good measure, he delivered the Pedigree right onto the chair. Hebner was tossed in to make the count.

Commentary:Jim Ross and Jerry "The King" Lawler (RAW)
w/Todd Grisham, Jonathan Coachman
Spanish: Carlos Cabrera, Hugo Savinovich
Ring Announcer:Lilian Garcia
Referees/Officials:Mike Chioda, Chris Kay, Jack Doan, Earl Hebner, etc.

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