Mr. Kennedy had promised to put an end to Undertaker's decade and a half of destruction at No Mercy. While Kennedy will go down in the record books as the winner of the non-title match by disqualification, Undertaker made it clear his reign of pain was far from over.

Like so many other brash young men before him, Kennedy looked to make a name for himself by toppling the Phenom. Kennedy made quite an impression with his in-ring performance, showing explosive energy and the ring savvy of someone far more seasoned. Over the course of the match, the brash newcomer made the Deadman turn purple with a choke hold, hit him a Ken-ton Bomb and even used Undertaker's signature move, the Tombstone Piledriver, against him.

Undertaker may have lost the match when he hit Kennedy over the head with the United States Championship, but the Phenom didn't come to No Mercy to win a match. He came to the RBC Center at North Carolina State University to silence another arrogant upstart, and he did just that when he followed up the blow to the head with the championship with a vicious Tombstone Piledriver on Kennedy. He drove the point home when he also Tombstoned referee Charles Robinson for disqualifying him and making Kennedy as the victor.

For all of Kennedy's cockiness leading up to the match, his eyes told a different story when Undertaker made his entrance into the arena. While Kennedy's lifeless body was left laying in the ring, the fact remains that he won that match, much like he's won matches against King Booker, Batista and Rey Mysterio. Will it be enough for the brash Kennedy or will his ego get the best of him and drive him to go for a pure victory over the Deadman? 

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Mr. Kennedy had promised to put an end to Undertaker's decade and a half of destruction at No Mercy. While Kennedy will go down in the record books as the winner of the non-title match by disqualification, Undertaker made it clear his reign of pain was far from over.

Like so many other brash young men before him, Kennedy looked to make a name for himself by toppling the Phenom. Kennedy made quite an impression with his in-ring performance, showing explosive energy and the ring savvy of someone far more seasoned. Over the course of the match, the brash newcomer made the Deadman turn purple with a choke hold, hit him a Ken-ton Bomb and even used Undertaker's signature move, the Tombstone Piledriver, against him.

Undertaker may have lost the match when he hit Kennedy over the head with the United States Championship, but the Phenom didn't come to No Mercy to win a match. He came to the RBC Center at North Carolina State University to silence another arrogant upstart, and he did just that when he followed up the blow to the head with the championship with a vicious Tombstone Piledriver on Kennedy. He drove the point home when he also Tombstoned referee Charles Robinson for disqualifying him and making Kennedy as the victor.

For all of Kennedy's cockiness leading up to the match, his eyes told a different story when Undertaker made his entrance into the arena. While Kennedy's lifeless body was left laying in the ring, the fact remains that he won that match, much like he's won matches against King Booker, Batista and Rey Mysterio. Will it be enough for the brash Kennedy or will his ego get the best of him and drive him to go for a pure victory over the Deadman? 

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