and works over the champ. Rock fights to his feet, but Punk pulls him right down to the mat. Punk releases the hold and hits a couple of knee and elbow drops. Punk goes for the pin but is only able to get a two count, so he goes right back into the chin lock.
Rock fights to his feet and out of the hold, but he runs right into a back heel kick from Punk that leads to another near fall. Punk pulls Rock up and hits him with a big suplex that puts Rock down for another two count. Punk puts on another rear chin lock, and Rock is quick to fight to his feet this time. He gets out of the hold and hits Punk with a big right, then another. Punk is able to catch Rock with a big boot, then a springboard clothesline which is good for another near fall. Punk goes back to the well for another rear chin lock.
Rock fades, but eventually he's able to get back up to his feet. Rock fights Punk with a series of rights, but Punk ducks a clothesline in the corner and Punk connects with a high knee. Punk stalks Rock and backs up across the ring. He runs in with another high knee, then puts Rock down with a right hand. Punk goes to the top rope hitting the elbow drop for another two count. Punk picks up Rock and dumps him to the outside, following himself. Punk begins taking apart the Spanish announce table, but Rock responds with a series of right hands before bouncing Punk's head off the announcer's table and sending things back into the ring. Rock tries for the Rock bottom, but Punk fights it off and hits Rock with a big kick to the side of the head.
Punk picks up Rock and tosses him to the outside again. This time he gets him up on the Spanish announcer's table, and he hits the Rock bottom, planting Rock on the table. The table doesn't break, I guess they reinforced it too much after last month. Punk rolls back into the ring and smiles, but Rock is able to beat the count. Punk mounts Rock and hits him with a series of punches to the face. Punk hits the ropes and runs right into a big Samoan drop from Rock.
Both men get to their feet and Rock hits Punk with a giant right hand, then another. Punk responds with a couple of his own, but Rock gets the upper hand with a big clothesline. Rock hits a DDT, then waits for Punk to stand up. Rock tries for the Rock bottom, but Punk fights it off with a series of elbows to the head and neck, then the back of the Rock. Punk rolls out to the apron and gets to his feet, trying for another springboard clothesline. Rock catches Punk with a Rock bottom, and he goes for the pin, but Punk kicks out at two.
Punk rolls to the outside and Rock follows, bringing things back into the ring. Punk tosses Rock into the referee and the ref falls to the outside. Punk hits the Rock with the G2S, and Punk covers the Rock for a ten count, clean, but there's no referee. Heyman is pleading with the referee to get up. Another official is down. Punk tries for another G2S, but Rock fights out and hits a spinebuster. Rock hits the People's elbow and pins Punk, but Punk kicks out at two!
Punk knocks over the other official, causing him to roll his ankle, before hitting Rock with a kick to the side of the head. Punk calls for Heyman to get him the title, and Heyman obliges. Heyman gives the belt to Punk and then holds Rock. Punk winds up and aims for Rock, but Rock ducks and Punk hits Heyman. Rock hits Punk with the Rock bottom and the original official is in. Rock pins Punk for three.
Winner and STILL WWE Champion: The Rock
They air replays of the match.
In what is a "GIANT shocker", The Rock successfully defends the WWE Title and will go on to face John Cena for the second time in a lifetime. Rock celebrates with his title as the fans celebrate with the Great One. The show ends with Rock standing tall and holding his title high. Also at WrestleMania 29, we'll see Alberto Del Rio vs. Jack Swagger for the World Title. Brock Lesnar vs. Triple H 2 and The Undertaker vs. CM Punk are also both rumored for the event. Add Daniel Bryan vs. Kane as well.