with knees to the gut, but Lesnar reverses a whip and blasts Hunter with a nasty clothesline. Lesnar picks up Hunter and tries for a suplex, but Hunter is able to counter with a suplex of his own.
Brock tries for a splash, but misses and crashes and burns in the corner. Hunter tries for the pedigree, but Lesnar fights it off and whips Hunter into the corner, over the ropes and to the outside. Lesnar heads to the outside and Hunter launches him into the announcer's table stomach first. Hunter hits Brock with a fist to the gut and Lesnar yells out about his stomach. Hunter hits Lesnar with another punch to the gut.
Lesnar struggles back into the ring and Hunter follows. Lesnar tries for the kimura, but Hunter fights it off with knees to the stomach. Hunter hits Lesnar with a running knee to the stomach that looks more like it hit the arm. Hunter keeps going after the stomach, continuing to bury his knee in Brock's gut. Lesnar drops to the mat, and gets up, walking right into a spinebuster. Hunter waits for Brock to get up and he tries for the Pedigree. Brock counters, shouldering Hunter, but Hunter fights out and hits the pedigree. Hunter pins Brock, but Lesnar is able to kick out at two.
Lesnar connects with a blatant low blow, and the ref looks conflicted, but he ultimately doesn't call for the DQ. Lesnar stands and waits for Hunter. He shoulders Hunter and hits the F5. Lesnar rolls over into the pin, but Hunter is able to kick out at two.
Lesnar locks on the kimura again, dropping to the mat and clamping on the body scissors. Hunter makes it into the ropes but Lesnar wont let go. Hunter punches at Lesnar's side and stomach to break the hold. Both men make it to their feet and Hunter is able to connect with another pedigree. While rolling Lesnar over, Lesnar locks in the kimura lock in the middle of the ring and locks in the body scissors as well. Hunter tries to fight, but Lesnar twists Hunter's arm at a funny angle, and Hunter is forced to tap out.
Winner: Brock Lesnar
After the match, Lesnar smiles as he makes his way to the back. A trainer checks on Hunter in the middle of the ring, examining his arm. Hunter refuses treatment, waving the doctor off and rolling into the ropes. He looks pretty dejected. He continues to wave off treatment, shoving away the trainer. The crowd chants the Hunter tapped out. He looks at the crowd and says he's sorry. The show ends with Hunter walking sadly to the back, continuing to apologize and look like he's about to cry. Michael Cole asks "You have to wonder .... is this is the end of Triple H" and Jerry Lawler says "Wow, I think he just said goodbye" as the show ends.