Undertaker showed CM Punk that its not nice to play with dead people. Taker is now the new World Heavyweight champion after trouncing Punk, and taking the belt.
This match was much anticipated by many fans including myself. It was the very first match of the evening.
Punk was introduced and he had the look of someone who has a huge ego and was smiling, and he was in awe of himself. Once he went into the caged ring, his demeanor totally changed.
The look of determination was in his eyes and in his body language. He looked like the devil hisself. He didn't look like he had a care in the world, but he had another thing coming.
Undertaker came down the ramp with smoke whirling around him. The arena was somewhat dark. Electricity filled the air. Fans were screaming. Slowly and deliberately walking towards the caged ring, the Hell in the Cell.
Punk thought that maybe just maybe, he had a chance of beating Taker and retaining his belt. That means pull out all the stops. Anything goes. Was that enough to beat the Phenom? No it wasn't.
Give Punk his dues, he put up a great fight and didn't back down like he did on Smackdown last week.
When the opening bell rang, it was on. Punk tried to put the dead man away early, but that was not to be. He had a few near falls but Taker was too much for the former champion to handle.
This match was intensifying. There was a point when I thought Punk would win but that was for a split second if that.
I couldn't take my eyes off of that big screen at the bar. Everyone there was hollering for Taker. He didn't let his fans down.
He did what he said he was going to do. Taker didn't even need to use the Hell's Gate to beat Punk.
I can still see that match as if I was watching it at this very moment. I felt the chills running down my spine when he gave Punk the Tombstone and pinned him.
Taker taught Punk a very valuable lesson: That you shouldn't play with dead people, especially if his name is the Undertaker.