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WWE Over the Limit

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Sunday, May 23 | 12 AMET/9 PMPT

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WWE Over the Limit : Full Details

WWE Champion John Cena def. Batista in an "I Quit" Match

DETROIT -- When WWE Champion John Cena and his opponent Batista faced off in an "I Quit" Match, it seemed entirely appropriate that the two Hemi-powered heavyweights found themselves dueling in the Motor City. Each man buried the speedometer as they

Randy Orton vs. Edge ended in a Double Count-out

DETROIT — Few rivalries in WWE have been as heated as the one between Randy Orton and Edge.

Big Show def. World Heavyweight Champion Jack Swagger by Disqualification

DETROIT - At Over the Limit, Big Show triumphed over World Heavyweight Champion Jack Swagger by disqualification. Though the match's result ultimately denied The World's Largest Athlete the World Title, his rage made "The All-American American" pay dearly

Rey Mysterio def. CM Punk (S.E.S. Pledge vs. Hair Match)

DETROIT -- Bald loser. That sums up CM Punk after Rey Mysterio defeated him with a seated crucifix then shaved his head at Over the Limit.

Unified Tag Team Champions The Hart Dynasty def. Chris Jericho & The Miz

Detroit—With Bret "Hit Man" Hart in their corner, The Hart Dynasty delivered a decisive ego-shattering blow to Chris Jericho & The Miz, defeating the arrogant duo to retain the Unified Tag Team Championship.

Kofi Kingston def. Drew McIntyre (New Intercontinental Champion)

Kofi Kingston used his second chance to its full potential at Over the Limit, officially defeating Drew McIntyre for the Intercontinental Championship. McIntyre's devastating loss was capped off by a shocking attack by a returning Matt Hardy.
DETROIT — It takes a lot to silence the arrogant Maryse. But the stunning Eve managed to do it at Over the Limit, driving her rival's perfect face into the mat to pick up the win and hold on to her coveted Divas Championship.
All the money in his trust fund couldn't buy Ted DiBiase a victory over R-Truth at Over the Limit. The "Fortunate Son" thought that hiring his father's old man servant and manager, Virgil, would be enough to ensure him a victory in his first pay-per-view