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Sunday, Dec 17 | 12 AMET/9 PMPT


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World Heavyweight Champion Batista & WWE Champion John Cena def. King Booker & Finlay


On paper, the tag team main event of Armageddon had all the makings of an explosive blockbuster. By the time the match was over, the elite competitors involved delivered on the high expectations. Making WWE history as the first set of reigning World Champions to tag, Batista and John Cena disposed of bitter rivals King Booker and Finlay at Armageddon.

The hostility between the teams has been brewing for months, and the physicality within the match reflected every ounce of it. In the weeks leading up to Armageddon, there was doubt as to whether King Booker and Finlay could function as a team. However, when the match started, it was clear the question had been answered and the team of Cena and Batista would be in for a gut check.

Relying on their advantage in experience, the veteran King's Court formed a cohesive unit and held their powerful opponents in check for much of the match. A botched and somewhat dubious incident involving Finlay's Little Bastard contributed in turning the tide back toward the Champions. Bastard entered midway through the match and attempted to kick the WWE Champion. However, the undersized Irish icon misjudged his target and kicked himself right between the eyes, rendering him useless for the rest of the contest. From there, it was all Batista and Cena.

With Finlay neutralized by the WWE Champ, the Animal finished off the King. A thunderous Batista Bomb shook the Richmond Coliseum, sending the crowd into a frenzy as the World Heavyweight Champion recorded the pin, and another huge victory.

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RELATED CONTENT

John Cena's Superstar page

Batista's Superstar page

King Booker's Superstar page

Finlay's Superstar page


 

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On paper, the tag team main event of Armageddon had all the makings of an explosive blockbuster. By the time the match was over, the elite competitors involved delivered on the high expectations. Making WWE history as the first set of reigning World Champions to tag, Batista and John Cena disposed of bitter rivals King Booker and Finlay at Armageddon.

The hostility between the teams has been brewing for months, and the physicality within the match reflected every ounce of it. In the weeks leading up to Armageddon, there was doubt as to whether King Booker and Finlay could function as a team. However, when the match started, it was clear the question had been answered and the team of Cena and Batista would be in for a gut check.

Relying on their advantage in experience, the veteran King's Court formed a cohesive unit and held their powerful opponents in check for much of the match. A botched and somewhat dubious incident involving Finlay's Little Bastard contributed in turning the tide back toward the Champions. Bastard entered midway through the match and attempted to kick the WWE Champion. However, the undersized Irish icon misjudged his target and kicked himself right between the eyes, rendering him useless for the rest of the contest. From there, it was all Batista and Cena.

With Finlay neutralized by the WWE Champ, the Animal finished off the King. A thunderous Batista Bomb shook the Richmond Coliseum, sending the crowd into a frenzy as the World Heavyweight Champion recorded the pin, and another huge victory.

Get FREE FedEx 2-Day Shipping now at WWEShop.com.

RELATED CONTENT

John Cena's Superstar page

Batista's Superstar page

King Booker's Superstar page

Finlay's Superstar page