John Cena won the WWE World Heavyweight Championship Fatal 4-Way Match

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July 20, 2014

Momentum swung back in Cena’s favor when he dropped Reigns with an AA, but Kane stopped that pin attempt. The Demon had his brightest spot of the match when he took out Reigns and Cena with consecutive chokeslams, but that wasn’t enough to keep either man down. Michael Cole was beginning to sound like the Micro Machines pitchman as he attempted to keep up with this breathless action.

And then, it all unfolded in what couldn’t have been more than 10 seconds time. First, Reigns speared The Demon only to turn into an RKO from Orton, who had reemerged from out of nowhere. The Viper — rising to his feet with the grogginess of a punch-drunk fighter — was directly hoisted onto Cena’s shoulders and AA’d onto the still-prone Kane. Immediately, The Champ covered the Demon and scored the pin, beating the odds to retain the title.

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As “My Time Is Now” blared over the loud speakers, Reigns stared into the ring at the champion with the look of a man who just had been mugged in public. Cena’s celebration continued on regardless. With Seth Rollins’ having fled Dean Ambrose earlier in the evening, The Authority did not have “Plan B” at their disposal.

All was well in Cena’s world. Of course, he had no way of knowing that moments earlier Paul Heyman had sent out a tweet that read, “In case you're wondering ... Heading to pick up #PlanC ... Just in case.”

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