Time and location
Sunday, Jul 22 | 12 AMET/9 PMPT
Where to watch
The Bash : Quick Hits
- World Heavyweight Champion The Great Khali def. Batista and Kane (Triple Threat Match)
- WWE Champion John Cena def. Bobby Lashley
- ECW Champion John Morrison def. CM Punk
- Randy Orton def. Dusty Rhodes (Texas Bull Rope Match)
- Women's Champion Candice Michelle def. Melina
- United States Champion MVP def. Matt Hardy
- Intercontinental Champion Umaga def. Jeff Hardy
- Carlito def. Sandman
- Hornswoggle wins a Cruiserweight Open (new champion)
The Bash : Full Details
World Heavyweight Champion The Great Khali def. Batista and Kane (Triple Threat Match)
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Kane thought he was ready. Batista saw it as his ultimate opportunity. But at the end of Sunday night's Triple Threat Match at The Great American Bash, it was The Great Khali who stood tallest once more, holding the World Heavyweight Championship high above his 7-foot-3, 420-pound frame.
WWE Champion John Cena def. Bobby Lashley
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- John Cena and Bobby Lashley locked eyes each other and nodded at as our fans at the UP Pavilion stood and applauded. The Great American Bash provided the stage for one of the most anticipated WWE Championship matches in a long time, and our fans knew they had witnessed a special moment in sports-entertainment history.
ECW Champion John Morrison def. CM Punk
One swift kick to the knee and John Morrison had locked up his first win under his true name. CM Punk fell victim to the ECW World Champion's vicious style as Morrison got the three-count and retained his gold.
Randy Orton def. Dusty Rhodes (Texas Bull Rope Match)
SAN JOSE, Calif. - The Texas Bull Rope Match was made famous by WWE Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes, and for the first few minutes of his encounter with Randy Orton, "The American Dream" showed why. But in the end, The Great American Bash was a nightmare for Rhodes, as Randy Orton beat the legend at his own game in the first Texas Bull Rope Match in WWE
Women's Champion Candice Michelle def. Melina
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Melina bared her teeth as she burned a hole into Candice Michelle. She fought back tears and could not believe her eyes as her hated rival hoisted the Women's Championship in the air. Though Melina had repeatedly lost previous matches --including one for her Women's Championship last month at Vengeance: Night of Champions - to
United States Champion MVP def. Matt Hardy
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- United States Champion Montel Vontavious Porter has claimed for weeks that he is better than everyone, including his opponent at The Great American Bash -- Matt Hardy. On Sunday night, MVP's boisterous claims were backed up when he stole a victory and retained the U.S. Title against Hardy.
Intercontinental Champion Umaga def. Jeff Hardy
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Umaga held his Intercontinental Championship in his teeth and cocked his head to the left. Boos rained down from the rafters in the HP Pavilion as the Samoan Bulldozer's wild eyes surveyed the broken body of Jeff Hardy.
Carlito def. Sandman
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Few gave Carlito a chance going into his match with Sandman at The Great American Bash. After all, he was going to attempt to beat the longtime ECW Original-turned-Raw Superstar in his own game, a Singapore Cane on a Pole Match. And Sandman had made a career out of using his trademark cane to take foes to the extreme in these
Hornswoggle wins a Cruiserweight Open (new champion)
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Our fans in San Jose's sold-out HP Pavilion erupted to its feet to hail a new Cruiserweight Champion Sunday night. Unfortunately, some of our more vertically challenged fans might have had a harder time seeing the new Cruiserweight Champion, Hornswoggle, celebrate with his new gold atop the SmackDown announcers' table.