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Here is a Main Event contest I wrote for my Backlash pay-per-view a few months back. The thread never got off the ground, but I was sort of proud of this match.


WWE Championship Match – Fatal Fourway
Triple H(c) vs. Randy Orton vs. Mark Henry vs. Batista


All four men stand in respective corners of the ring, staring one another down. Batista then paces to the middle of the ring, assuming an athletic position. Orton darts in but changes his mind, just before Henry bull rushes The Animal. Henry drives Batista back to his corner, as Triple H and Orton begin to trade right hands in the middle of the ring. Triple H blocks a right hand from Orton drives him back to the ropes as Batista reverses Henry in the corner and begins to nail some big rights. Triple H connects with a big shoulder knockdown as Batista attempts to whip Henry across the ring. Henry reverses, sending The Animal instead. Henry charges, but Batista connects with a vicious elbow. Henry staggers backwards, where Triple H is waiting with a big series of right hands. Triple H tries to whip Henry into the corner, but Henry reverses, sending Triple H instead. The champion crashes off the turnbuckle and lands on the canvas. Batista meets Henry with a big right hand and the two giants trade punches yet again. Orton turns his attention to Triple H, stomping away at him. Henry connects with a thumb to the eyes of Batista before whipping him from the ring. Henry then throws Orton away from Triple H before stomping away at the champion himself. Orton rushes back at Henry, and the two trade right hands in the middle of the ring. Henry gets the advantage, sending Orton off the ropes before connecting with a vicious clothesline. Triple H gets back to his feet, and Henry whips him across the ring into the corner. The World’s Strongest Man charges, connecting with a splash that staggers The Game. Henry then lifts Triple H into the air, but Triple H lands on his feet behind Henry, avoiding a slam attempt. Triple H fights back with big rights before running to the ropes. Unfortunately, Henry refuses to budge when The Game connects with a clothesline. Triple H bounces off the ropes again, and Henry scores with a shot of his own, knocking The Game back to the canvas. Henry turns his attention to Randy Orton, pulling him from the corner and sending him thundering across the ring. Orton hits the opposite turnbuckle with a sickening thud, crashing to the canvas. Henry pursues Orton with some stomps, but the Legend Killer rolls to the outside to avoid Henry. Henry turns as Batista reenters the ring, poised for a fight. Batista and Henry trade right hands, and Batista runs for the ropes. He connects with a clothesline that staggers Henry, Batista bounces off the ropes again, and this time he takes Henry down with a big clothesline. Triple H reaches his feet, as he and Batista make eye contact. They lift Henry and team to whip him from one turnbuckle to another. Henry crashes to the canvas with tremendous force, overwhelmed by the combined effort of Triple H and Batista. For now, Batista and Triple H work together. Batista lifts Henry to his feet, connecting with hard right hands in the corner. Triple H hits some shots, before Batista charges, connecting with a clothesline in the corner. Henry staggers, and Triple H bounces off the ropes, connecting with a chop block that takes the giant down. Batista and Triple H then team to lift Henry to his feet before whipping him out of the ring. Triple H and Batista are the only ones left in the ring at this stage, and they begin to stare each other down. They get in each other’s face, neither man showing any sign of backing down. Triple H then connects with a right and Batista returns in kind. They trade right hands until Batista gets the advantage and sends The Game off the ropes. Triple H ducks a clothesline from Batista before bouncing off the ropes again. Both men connect with shoulders and both fall to the ground. Orton reenters the battle at this stage and begins to stomp away at a downed Triple H. The Game rolls to the corner but Orton continues to nail him with stomps and a series of blasts to the face and head. Orton turns his attention to Batista, connecting with a stomp to the knee before taking Batista down and stomping away at his legs. Batista powers Orton away, but the Legend Killer gets back on Batista as The Animal tries to use the ropes to rise. Orton charges and takes himself and Batista over the ropes with a clothesline attempt. Orton pulls Batista to his feet, bashing his head off the ring post. Back in the ring, Mark Henry enters, and he and Triple H begin to exchange right hands. Orton tries to send Batista into the steel steps, but Batista reverses and sends Orton for the ride instead. Batista then lifts Orton to his feet, giving him a hotshot over the guard railing. Back in the ring, Henry is nailing Triple H with right hands in the corner. The Game connects with a thumb to the eyes before bouncing off the ropes. Triple H connects with a chop block that takes Henry down. Batista joins the action, driving The Game away from Henry before whipping him to the corner. Triple H crashes off the turnbuckle with tremendous velocity, staggering across the ring. Batista lifts him into the air, dropping him with a Military Press Slam. Batista turns, only to be drilled by a big clothesline from Henry. This time, Henry lifts Batista into the air, giving him a Military Press Slam from the ring. Batista hits the ground hard, and Henry heads to the outside after him. Henry lifts Batista to his feet, hitting some big right hands. Batista fights back, but Henry gets the advantage, sending him into another set of steel steps. Back in the ring, Orton begins to stomp away at a fallen Triple H in the corner. Henry lifts Batista into a Bearhug like position before ramming his back into the ring post. Henry does this a second time, before allowing Batista to slump to the ground. Back in the ring, Orton is working on a downed Triple H with a painful rear-chinlock. Henry lifts the set of steel steps, throwing them over the top rope and into the ring. Orton sees this and desperately gets to his feet. Orton meets Henry who has reentered the ring, and begins reasoning with him, pointing to Triple H. Henry has none of it, knocking Orton down with a big right hand before lifting him to his feet. Henry sends Orton off the ropes before connecting with a big Back Body Drop. Henry then lifts the upper portion of steel steps with him in the ring, poised to use them. Triple H is the first to rise, and Henry throws the steps at the champion. Triple H is knocked from the ring by the impact. Henry then turns his attention to Orton. Henry lifts the steps again, throwing them at the Legend Killer as he rises. Orton is sent crashing to the canvas. Henry stalks Orton, the steps in hand. Like a man possessed, Henry slowly watches as Orton rises yet again. Henry charges with the steel steps, using them as a weapon to ram Orton. The Legend Killer falls to the ground, as Henry throws the steel steps from the ring. He then lifts Orton, delivering a Guerilla Press Slam that sends Orton from the ring. Mark Henry stands alone in the ring, his opponents wounded on the outside at his hands. At this point, The World’s Strongest Man seems unstoppable. Henry taunts his enemies before choosing which one to pursue. He chooses Batista, and heads to the outside after The Animal. Batista unloads with some right hands, and Henry fights back. Henry clasps Batista around the waist, once again ramming him into the ring post. This proves effective yet again. Henry lifts Batista by both legs, draping The Animal over his right shoulder before throwing him forcefully against the ring post. Batista slumps to the ground, and Henry rolls him back into the ring. Henry begins to choke Batista in the corner with his boot, slowly draining the life from him. Henry ends his attack before lifting Batista to his feet yet again. Henry expertly drags Batista to the center of the ring, lifting The Animal into the air. Henry connects with a big Delayed Vertical Suplex. Henry rolls Batista over, before attempting the first cover of the match.

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The Animal drapes a leg over the ropes, ending the count. Henry is furious upon realizing this. Triple H then begins to pull Henry out of the ring by his legs. Henry resists, but The Game manages to pull him out after a brief struggle. Triple H and Henry trade right hands, before Triple H goes downstairs with a shot to the gut. He then plants Henry on the outside with a tremendous DDT. Triple H slowly rolls back into the ring, as The Legend Killer does the same. Batista begins to rise, as all three former members of Evolution stare one another down. Triple H and Orton begin to exchange right hands, as Batista rests in the corner. Triple H gets the advantage before sending Orton off the ropes. He tries a big right that Orton ducks before bouncing off the ropes yet again. Orton ducks a clothesline from The Game before leaping to deliver a big dropkick that sends him to the canvas. Orton then clasps Triple H’s throat, choking him temporarily, before turning his attention to Batista in the corner. Orton hits some thunderous right hands before attempting to send Batista across the ring, but the Animal reverses, sending Orton instead. Batista charges, but Orton gets a boot up. Batista is staggered, and Orton takes advantage by drilling him with a big dropkick. Orton turns to Henry, who has now staggered back up on the ring apron. Orton heads in his direction, pulling Henry’s head through the ropes before executing his special Implant DDT. Orton then turns his attention to the WWE Champion. Orton mounts Triple H in the corner, connecting with a big series of right hands. Orton nails Triple H with ten consecutive blows before turning his attention elsewhere. Triple H sinks to the canvas, as Orton lifts Henry to his feet. Orton blasts The World’s Strongest Man with a straight European Uppercut before connecting with an Inverted Headlock Backbreaker. Orton covers Henry.

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Batista dives atop Orton to break up the count, and the Legend Killer quickly regains his vertical base. Orton and Batista trade big right hands before Batista gets the advantage. He sends Orton off the ropes before bending for a Back Body Drop. Orton if lifted, but the Legend Killer lands on his feet. Orton kicks Batista in the knees before nailing an Inverted Headlock Backbreaker on him as well. Orton once again attempts a cover.

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Batista is able to kick out, and Orton seems frustrated. He angrily works on the arm of Batista, wrenching it twice before going downstairs with a nasty stomp to the knee. With Batista on one knee, Orton now applies a chinlock. Triple H gets to his feet, and charges forward, knocking Orton to the ground. Triple H mounts Orton, firing away with a big series of straight right hands. Triple H then targets Batista, waiting for The Animal to rise. Triple H connects with a Neckbreaker on Batista. Triple H pulls Orton to his feet, sending him off the ropes. Triple H tries a clothesline but Orton ducks the attempt. Orton bounces off the ropes again, and Triple H goes downstairs with a kick to the gut. Orton staggers and Triple H bounces off the ropes, using momentum to deliver a huge uppercut to the jaw. Batista rises, and Triple H goes downstairs with another shot to the gut. Triple H gives Batista a big suplex. The Game seems fired up, bouncing off the ropes and dropping a knee in Batista’s face. He then bounces off the ropes again, giving Orton the same treatment. Triple H then turns his attention to Mark Henry, dishing out some big right hands in the corner. Triple H then charges Henry, hitting a big elbow in the corner. The World’s Strongest Man staggers forward, and Triple H takes him down from behind with a nasty chop block. Triple H fires several stomps and right hands at Henry’s leg, attempting to further weaken the body part. Triple H then pulls Orton to his feet, before whipping The Legend Killer into the corner. Triple H hits a big series of right hands, before Orton slumps to the ground. Triple H then turns his attention to a rising Henry, nailing him with a big stomp to the face. Triple H then attempts to whip Henry into the corner where Orton is seated, but Henry reverses and sends The Game there. Orton rolls around the canvas in pain while Triple H falls to one knee. Henry returns the stomp to the face The Game dished out earlier, but he seems hard pressed to stand. Henry does not realize Batista is behind him, and The Animal takes Henry down with a big right hand. Batista then lifts Henry to his feet, hitting another series of rights before sending Henry off the ropes. Batista bends, sending Henry into the air with a massive Back Body Drop. To make matters worse, Henry lands directly on top of Randy Orton. Batista falls to the ground, clutching his back, while Henry and Orton roll around the canvas. Triple H is also down. With all four superstars down, it appears no man is in position to emerge as champion. Triple H attempts to stand, steadying himself in the corner. He charges forward, stomping Henry in the face and chest. He then turns his attention to Orton, stomping away at him as well. Batista gets to his feet, as he and The Game trade right hands. This time, the punches are slow and methodical, with each man winding back to deliver the maximum amount of impact. Batista gets the advantage, and The Game teeters very close to the ropes. Batista charges, but Triple H is ready. The Cerebral Assassin uses Batista’s own momentum against him, hurling Batista over the top rope to the outside of the ring. Batista hits the ground with a sickening thud. Triple H then begins to nail Mark Henry with straight right hands. With Orton rolled to the outside, Triple H tries to send Henry off the ropes, but The World’s Strongest Man reverses. Triple H is ready, and connects with a Facebuster upon bouncing from the ropes. Triple H then runs for the ropes himself, taking Henry down with a huge clothesline. The Game falls to the mat, applying a headlock on the World’s Strongest Man – trying to force the air from his body. There is a long struggle, and Henry appears on the verge of giving up, but he never does so. The World’s Strongest man shows impressive resilience, slowly but surely rising to one knee. Triple H keeps up the pressure, but Henry begins to connect with some vicious elbows. Triple H runs for the ropes, realizing he cannot sustain the hold. This time, it is Henry who connects with an elbow to the face. Triple H falls to the ground, as Henry stands over him. Henry runs for the ropes himself, dropping all of his weight on to Triple H with a massive splash. He hooks the leg, believing he has won the WWE Championship.

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The Cerebral Assassin kicks out. Henry cannot believe it. He argues with the official, but the referee insists the count was only a long two. Henry is frustrated, and spots Randy Orton climbing back on the ring apron. Henry knocks him off yet again with a hard right hand. Orton falls to the outside, and Henry follows. Henry finds the set of steel steps he used so effectively earlier, this time positioning them on the base of the entrance ramp closest to the ring. Henry then scoops Orton into the air, before dropping him on the steel steps. Orton writhes in pain, as Henry lifts him again. This time, Henry holds Orton in front of him, before delivering a deadly Fall Away Slam that sends Orton crashing into the steps yet again. Henry seems pleased with himself as he heads around the ring where a fallen Batista is beginning to rise. The two big men trade right hands on the outside, as Batista seems determined not to go quietly. He staggers Henry, and then bashes his head off the announce table. Batista then rams Henry’s head into the steel ring post. Batista goes downstairs with a kick to the gut and attempts to suplex Henry, but the World’s Strongest Man refuses to budge. Suddenly, Triple H joins the effort. He and Batista make eye contact once more, and they team to nail Henry with a suplex on the outside. Henry writhes in pain, as Triple H commands Batista to roll the big man back into the ring. The Animal does so, as a watching Triple H clutches his back. Both men reenter the ring, and begin to stalk a downed Henry. The World’s Strongest Man rises, and Triple H bounces off the ropes, nailing Henry with a big clothesline that takes him down. Triple H looks at Batista, smiling and commenting on his hard shot. Batista returns a sly grin, before assuming an athletic position. As Henry rises, Batista is the one who bounces off the ropes. He then nails Henry with a hard shot of his own, taking the giant down. Triple H and Batista continue to exchange words, in an obvious contest at the expense of Henry. Triple H allows Henry to rise, before lifting instructing Batista to watch him. Triple H shows amazing strength, scooping Henry into the air before dropping him with a Body Slam. Batista seems impressed, but insists he can do one better. He allows the fallen Henry to stagger to his feet, before lifting the giant into position. Batista hits a Gutbuster, driving his knee into Henry’s gut, causing the World’s Strongest Man to writhe in pain. Triple H and Batista have their eyes on Henry when they see a desperate Randy Orton rolling back into the ring. Orton realizes he has walked into a bad situation when he observes the fact Triple H and Batista are both staring downward at him. Orton pleads his case but it’s no use. Triple H and Batista begin to stomp away at him, mercilessly nailing him in the corner with several vile shots. They then lift him to his feet. Triple H goes downstairs with a kick to the midsection before whipping Orton into an opposite turnbuckle. Batista charges, connecting with a clothesline. As Orton staggers forward, he walks directly into a running knee from Triple H. Orton rolls to the ground, as Batista seems coiled and ready to strike. Triple H lifts Henry to his feet, sending the monster outside of the ring as Batista continues to have his sights set on Orton. As Orton, he tries to stagger forward, throwing a right hand. Batista blocks the shot before connecting with a big Spinebuster. Triple H seems very impressed, grinning at Batista. However, The Game then lifts Orton, whipping him off the ropes. This time, it is The Game that connects with a huge Leviathan Spinebuster. Orton writhes in pain, his back having absorbed so much punishment at the hands of Henry and the steel steps, and the double-team from Triple H and Batista. Triple H casts his eye towards the string of broadcast tables on the outside, and the duo of Batista and Triple H waste little time hurling Orton towards the outside. They follow, and command the Spanish broadcast team to get out of the way. Batista clears the table, as Triple H readies Orton. Batista and Triple H join together in a final act of teamwork, lifting Orton into the air and crashing him through the Spanish announce table with a tremendous double-suplex. Orton merely rolls to his back with the table split beneath him. His eyes are closed, and a small trickle of blood emerges from his mouth. Batista and Triple H get to their feet, and the WWE Champion rolls into the ring as Batista continues to watch Orton. Batista turns to see The Cerebral Assassin, standing in the ring, motioning for The Animal to enter. “It’s you and me, now,” Triple H says. Batista smiles, commenting, “I know.” Batista rolls into the ring, as he and The Game stare one another down yet again. Suddenly, Triple H is blindsided by Mark Henry. Henry then begins to nail Batista with some hard shots in the corner. Henry gets a head of steam before nailing Batista with a clothesline. Henry then whips Batista to an opposite corner, charging to deliver another hard clothesline. Henry lifts Batista into the air as The Animal staggers forward, dropping him with a big Sidewalk Slam. Henry attempts a cover, certain he has won.

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Batista barely is able to get a shoulder up, and Henry seems furious about it. He angrily lifts Batista to his feet, connecting with some huge uppercuts in the corner that cause The Animal to slump to the ground. Henry then lifts Triple H into the air, sending him to the ground with a big Body Slam. Henry lifts Batista to his feet before whipping The Animal off the ropes. Henry connects with a big Tilt-O-Whirl Falling Slam that rocks Batista. The World’s Strongest Man beats his chest in triumph, pacing around the ring. He looks on at his two fallen foes, before angrily lifting Triple H to his feet. Henry nails Triple H with a big Belly to Belly Throw, before kicking The Game out of the ring. The WWE Champion falls to the outside, as Henry turns his attention to the fallen Animal. Suddenly, Henry seems to have a change of plans. He goes to the outside himself, retrieving a steel chair from around the ringside area. Henry bashes the chair against his own skull in frustration. He heads back into the ring, and watches as Batista reaches his feet. Henry swings with everything he has, smashing Batista in the skull with the steel chair. Henry then begins to swing again and again, nailing Batista in the back with the weapon. Henry nails Batista with the steel chair seven times. Henry triumphantly parades around the ring, showcasing the dented chair. He then angrily tosses the chair into the crowd. Batista is unable to stand, and Henry watches as a dazed Triple H crawls back into the ring. Henry kicks The Game in the head, causing the WWE Champion to fall towards the mat. Henry then heads to the outside again, methodically looking to destroy his opponents. Henry gets another steel chair, patiently heading back into the ring with the weapon. Triple H barely manages to stand as Henry enters the ring, The World’s Strongest Man charges, but Triple H avoids the blow before connecting with a vile stomp to the gut. Triple H hooks Henry’s arms as the giant drops his second chair. Triple H is about to pull the trigger on the Pedigree, but Henry powers out, dropping The Game with a big Back Body Drop. Henry retrieves his steel chair, aware that nothing can stop him now. He slowly waits for The Game to rise, stalking the WWE Champion in an effort to deliver a final blow. Henry then swings, nailing Triple H with the steel weapon. Henry crashes the chair a second time over a fallen Triple H’s skull, before throwing it too into the crowd. Henry then lifts The Game into the air, ready to end the contest now. In the center of the ring, Henry pulls the trigger, delivering The World’s Strongest Slam to a battered WWE Champion. Henry makes the cover.

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At the last possible moment, a valiant Batista somehow manages to break up the count. Henry cannot believe it, and he angrily argues with the referee. Henry backs the official into a corner, furious at the “slow” count. While this is going on, Triple H rolls out of the ring. Batista slowly begins to rise, as Henry’s discussion with the referee continues. Across the ring, Batista anchors himself with the ropes, preparing himself for the battle he knows is to come. When Henry turns, he is met with a right hand from Batista. The Animal staggers Henry, who quickly responds with another big right hand. Batista is staggered, and he bounces off the ropes to deliver another shot. Henry soon fires another big blow, and again Batista staggers backwards. The Animal bounces off the ropes again, but this time Henry blocks his shot. Henry connects with a sickening headbutt Batista staggering backwards into the ropes. Henry whips The Animal across the ring, connecting with a huge Powerslam. He reaches his feet again, beating his chest and parading around the ring as if the match was already finished. Henry waits for Batista to rise, before lifting him into position. As Henry prepares to pull the trigger for the World’s Strongest Slam, The Game reenters the equation, his sledgehammer in hand. Triple H nails Henry with a low blow using the sledgehammer, and The Game watches as Henry staggers backwards and crumples to the ground. With Batista down in the corner, Triple H rips Henry from the canvas, positioning him for the Pedigree. Triple H pulls the trigger, delivering a thunderous Pedigree, and desperately hooks a leg as the official scrambles into position.

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Winner: Triple H(c) (22:49)
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