Not being in great ring shape, Cowboy Bob Orton had to use his conniving wit as his greatest asset in this Handicap Casket Match that pit him and his son Randy against the legendary Undertaker.

At one point in the match, the Deadman knocked Cowboy Bob into the casket while the Hall of Famer was holding a fire extinguisher. The fire extinguisher proved to play a huge part of the outcome.

With Cowboy Bob still in the casket, Randy and Undertaker continued their battle in the ring. Eventually, Undertaker hit his Last Ride Powerbomb onto the younger Orton. As the Deadman lifted the casket, however, Cowboy Bob sprayed him with the contents of the fire extinguisher, temporarily blinding him. Randy then nailed Undertaker with a steel chair, as the Deadman finally found himself at the bottom of the casket.

The Ortons quickly closed the casket, signifying the end of Undertaker. After the match, Bob and Randy locked the casket, covered it in gasoline and set it on fire.

This was clearly a horrible sight to see for those in attendance and watching live on pay-per-view. But what happened when the fire went out was plain shocking. Insistent on seeing their handy work, the Ortons opened the charred casket, only to find out that the Undertaker was no longer inside.

Not being in great ring shape, Cowboy Bob Orton had to use his conniving wit as his greatest asset in this Handicap Casket Match that pit him and his son Randy against the legendary Undertaker.

At one point in the match, the Deadman knocked Cowboy Bob into the casket while the Hall of Famer was holding a fire extinguisher. The fire extinguisher proved to play a huge part of the outcome.

With Cowboy Bob still in the casket, Randy and Undertaker continued their battle in the ring. Eventually, Undertaker hit his Last Ride Powerbomb onto the younger Orton. As the Deadman lifted the casket, however, Cowboy Bob sprayed him with the contents of the fire extinguisher, temporarily blinding him. Randy then nailed Undertaker with a steel chair, as the Deadman finally found himself at the bottom of the casket.

The Ortons quickly closed the casket, signifying the end of Undertaker. After the match, Bob and Randy locked the casket, covered it in gasoline and set it on fire.

This was clearly a horrible sight to see for those in attendance and watching live on pay-per-view. But what happened when the fire went out was plain shocking. Insistent on seeing their handy work, the Ortons opened the charred casket, only to find out that the Undertaker was no longer inside.