Nashville is a very special city to the Rock. He asks us why, and says it's storytime. When he was 15, he and his family moved to Nashville. He signed up for McGavock High School (cheap pop!). He was big for his size, and got no play from the girls because they thought he was an undercover cop. He got to hang out in the bar, though, and got drinks. Then, not Jeff Jarrett or Willie Nelson, but a CRACKHEAD came into the bar, offering a beat-up Blue Thunderbird for $75. Everyone but the 15-year old Rock wisely ignored him, and he took up the offer. When he was driving, he heard a sound in the back, and it turned out to be another crackhead, whom the Rock told to get out of his "new ride." He figured the car was stolen, but instead of taking it to the cops, he left it at a Burger King and walked right back to Tootsie's Bar. He then mentions his very first match at the Nashville Fairgrounds
Punk's music hits, and he and Heyman out now, and Rock makes a Twilight joke about Punk and Heyman's hug from earlier. About the stipulation, he simply says "Bring It" and calls down Punk to the ring to get his ass whipped all around Nashville. Punk and Heyman head to the ring. They stop for a moment, Heyman says "I've got your back" and Punk charges into the ring, hammering on Rock, but the Rock with rights to Punk, who reverses and delivers some rights of his own. Rock reverses a whip into the spine-"on the pine"-buster, but Heyman trips him up on the People's Elbow attempt, and Punk drops Rocky with a Go To Sleep, before absconding with "his" WWE Championship. Punk on the mic, saying storytime is over for the Rock, and every time he decides to bring it, Punk will do what he just did now and TAKE it. He raises the championship in the air as Rocky struggles to get to his feet and we fade to black.
Credit: Ken Hill