The WWE Payback Preshow kicks off from the Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore, Maryland, where Renee Young, Booker T, Corey Graves, and Byron Saxton welcome us to the show. The panel starts running down the card, and turns their focus to the main event, where Seth Rollins will defend the WWE World Heavyweight Championship against Dean Ambrose, Randy Orton, and Roman Reigns with the stipulation that if Rollins does not retain, Kane will lose his spot in The Authority. Graves says Rollins will win, so Kane has nothing to worry about. Booker says Kane will do what’s best for business to make sure he can still pay his bills.
We go backstage with Eden Stiles and Dolph Ziggler. Ziggler we will see the same Ziggler as always tonight, but he doesn’t know which Sheamus will show up tonight. He says it’s not about stealing the show tonight; it’s about payback and ending this tonight. We see Tom Phillips in the Social Media Lounge, where he says Sheamus will join him in the Lounge later in the preshow.
We go back to the panel for the discussion on the feud between John Cena and Rusev. We see a video package highlighting the feud between the two. Renee brings up the fact that Cena has never lost an “I Quit” Match, and Graves says that will not change tonight. He says the lone win Rusev has over Cena was when Lana was firmly at his side back in February, and ever since then they haven’t seen eye to eye. Saxton says Cena may need to watch out tonight, because the turmoil between Rusev and Lana may be enough to push Rusev to the win. Booker says Cena has legitimized the United States Championship and will continue to do so with a win tonight.
We see a video hype package for the Elimination Chamber WWE Network-exclusive event, which will be on Sunday, May 31st. We go back to the panel, who take us back to Monday Night Raw where Daniel Bryan vacated the WWE Intercontinental Championship due to his ongoing injury problems. Renee confirms that a new Intercontinental Championship will be decided in an Elimination Chamber Match in two weeks time.
We go backstage where Eden is interviewing The Bella Twins. She asks Brie about Daniel and Brie gets emotional. She says it’s tough, but Daniel is a warrior and has a ton of heart. She says Daniel will do whatever it takes to get back into the ring. She thanks the WWE Universe for their support. Nikki says emotions will not get in the way tonight and Naomi will finally run out of excuses as to why she is not the WWE Divas Champion.
We see various audition videos for Tough Enough, and then go down to ringside where Jerry Lawler, Michael Cole, and John Bradshaw Layfield are standing by. Bonus match forthcoming.
R-Truth vs. Stardust
Stardust shoves Truth, Truth returns the shove, and then Stardust slaps Truth across the face. Truth takes Stardust down with a couple arm-drags, but Stardust comes back and sends Truth off the ropes. Truth holds on and dances a bit and then tosses Stardust to the apron. Stardust drapes Truth on the top rope and then dumps him to the floor. Truth gets back into the ring and Stardust stomps away on him. Stardust slams Truth’s head into the turnbuckle and then stomps him again. Truth fights back, but Stardust keeps control. Truth sweeps Stardust’s legs and goes for the cover, but Stardust kicks out at two. Stardust applies a side-headlock down on the mat and then goes for a suplex, but Truth fights out and plants Stardust face-first to the mat. Stardust goes to the apron, but Truth follows him. Stardust drapes Truth neck-first over the top rope and takes him down with a dropkick. Stardust goes for the cover, but Truth kicks out at two. Stardust stays in control and drops Truth with a clothesline and goes back to the headlock. Truth fights his way out and slams Stardust into the corner. Truth charges at Stardust, but Stardust counters and slams Truth down to the mat. Stardust goes for the cover, but Truth kicks out at two. Stardust takes off his glove and slaps Truth with it. Truth counters with a dropkick and then delivers a few right hands. Truth plants Stardust with a face-buster and gets the pin fall.
We see that Stone Cold Steve Austin’s podcast will return to the WWE Network on Monday, June 1, and his special guest will be Paul Heyman. We then see the video hype package for the feud between Bray Wyatt and Ryback. The panel talks about the match for a bit before we go back to the Social Media Lounge, where it is time for Sheamus’ Q&A session. Someone asks Sheamus about his hair, and he goes ballistic and talks about making everyone fear him. Someone asks him about teaming with someone, but he says he doesn’t do tag teams because any partner would be a hindrance to him. Someone asks him what he would be doing if we wasn’t in WWE. Sheamus says that is a garbage question and to move on. Someone asks if he is afraid of Dolph Ziggler beating him again. Sheamus asks Tom if he looks afraid. Sheamus says last time, Ziggler got lucky, but tonight is a different story.
We see a video hype package for NXT TakeOver: Unstoppable, which is this upcoming Wednesday night.
The Mega Powers (Curtis Axel and Macho Mandow) vs. The Ascension (Konnor and Viktor)
Axel and Konnor start the match and Axel “Hulks up.” Axel drops Konnor with a big boot and a leg drop, but Viktor breaks it up. Viktor knocks Mandow off the apron and then goes after Axel. Viktor chops Axel and then drops him to the mat. Viktor applies a headlock, but Axel fights his way out and tags in Mandow. Mandow slams Viktor into the corners and then drops him with a clothesline. Mandow drops Viktor over the top rope and then Axel sends Konnor out to the floor. Mandow slams Viktor down to the mat and goes up top, but Konnor shoves him down and tags into the match. Konnor and Viktor hit the Fall of Man on Mandow and get the pin fall.
Winners: The Ascension.
We see the video hype package for the Fatal Four-Way main event. Graves says Rollins will win, Saxton goes with Orton, Booker says it’s every man for himself and the preshow comes to a close.
WWE Payback opens with the video package for the entire show, covering the biggest matches of the night, including the Fatal Four-Way and the “I Quit” Match. We go live into the arena, where Jerry Lawler, Michael Cole, and John Bradshaw Layfield welcome us to the show.
Dolph Ziggler vs. Sheamus
Ziggler unloads on Sheamus with right hands and then tapes him down with a dropkick. Ziggler dumps Sheamus to the outside and then dives onto him on the floor. Ziggler tosses Sheamus back into the ring and drapes him over the top rope. Ziggler connects with a cross-body from the top rope and goes for the cover, but Sheamus quickly kicks out. Sheamus comes back and drops Ziggler down to the mat and then delivers an elbow to Ziggler’s knee. Ziggler rolls to the outside, but rolls back into the ring at the eight count. Sheamus stomps away on Ziggler and then suplexes him back into the ring. Sheamus stomps away on Ziggler and then applies a headlock. Sheamus slams Ziggler to the mat and keeps the headlock applied. Ziggler fights his way free, but Sheamus drops him with the Irish Curse back-breaker. Sheamus goes for the cover, but Ziggler kicks out at two. The crowd chants “You look stupid” at Sheamus as he stomps away on Ziggler again. Sheamus applies the headlock again, but Ziggler counters with a jaw-breaker. Ziggler elbows Sheamus and side-steps as Sheamus goes shoulder-first into the ring post. Ziggler delivers a few right hands to Sheamus, but Sheamus counters with a knee to the midsection. Ziggler delivers a few forearms to the face and takes Sheamus down. Ziggler dropkicks Sheamus in the corner and then drops him with a DDT. Ziggler goes for the cover, but Sheamus kicks out at two. Ziggler beats down Sheamus in the corner. The two trade finishers, bu Sheamus eventually gets the win and Ziggler if left a bloody mess.
We go backstage and we see Seth Rollins, J&J Security, and Kane. Kane says if Rollins loses tonight, Rollins gets what he wants and Kane will lose his job, but if Rollins loses, Kane gets what he wants because Rollins wouldn’t bw champion anymore. Kane says he hasn’t thought about what he is going to do tonight and walks away.
We see another hype package for NXT TakeOver: Unstoppable.
The New Day cut a promo before the match and run down the Baltimore Orioles and tell everyone to “think positive.” Xavier Woods says they don’t have to be losers forever because they can change. The crowd chants “New Day sucks,” as New Day claps.
WWE Tag Team Championship Two-Out-of-Three Falls Match: The New Day (Big E and Kofi Kingston, w/Xavier Woods) vs. Cesaro and Tyson Kidd (w/Natalya)
Cesaro and Big E start the match and Cesaro slams Big E down to the mat quickly. Kingston tags in and Cesaro stomps on both Kingston and Big E. Kidd gets tagged in and goes for a cover on Kingston, but Big E breaks it up. Cesaro sends Big E to the outside and then Cesaro and Kidd double-team Kingston. Cesaro swings Kingston and Kidd drops Kingston down to the mat and gets the first pin fall.
Winners of fall one: Tyson Kidd and Cesaro.
Natalya takes Woods down on the outside and Big E dives to the floor after Kidd moves out of the way. Kidd takes Kingston down and goes to the outside, but Big E catches him and suplexes him down to the floor. Kidd gets back into the ring, but Big E stomps away on him in the corner. Big E tags in Kingston, who also stomps away on Kidd. Big E and Kingston exchange tags and stomps on Kidd. Kingston backs away and then dropkicks Kidd in the corner. Kingston chops Kidd and goes for the cover, but Kidd kicks out at two. Kingston and Big E double-team Kidd and then Big E applies a bear-hug. Big E tosses Kidd down to the mat and then splashes him in the middle of the ring. Cesaro breaks the pin up at two, but Big E spears him through the ropes. Big E gets back into the ring and tags in Kingston. Kingston goes for the cover on Kidd, but Kidd kicks out at two. Kingston goes up top, but Kidd counters with a dropkick. Kingston tags in Big E, who charges at Kidd, but Kidd rolls him up quickly and Big E kicks out at two. Kidd knocks Kingston to the floor, but Big E grabs him and he and Kingston double-team Kidd and get the second fall.
Winners of fall two: The New Day.
Kingston goes for a quick cover, but Kidd kicks out. Kingston tags in Big E, who belly-to-belly suplexes Kidd down to the mat. Big E charges, but Kidd trips him up in the corner. Kingston and Cesaro are tagged in and Cesaro goes to work on Kingston with upeercut after uppercut. Cesaro throws Kingston down onto Big E and then delivers a flying uppercut to Kingston. Cesaro goes for the cover, but Kingston kicks out at two. Cesaro kicks Kingston in the face and Kidd tags in. Cesaro and Kidd double-team Kingston, but Kingston kicks out at two after a flying elbow from Kidd. Kidd applies the Sharpshooter and Cesaro sends Big E over the announce table. Kidd tosses Kingston into Cesaro, who delivers a big uppercut. Big E gets back into the ring and breaks it up. Xavier Woods sneaks into the ring and rolls up Cesaro and the referee counts it for the pin fall.
Winners and still WWE Tag Team Champions: The New Day.
We see the video hype package for the return of the Elimination Chamber, which is two weeks away on May 31st.
We go backstage and Ryback is being interviewed by Byron Saxton. Ryback says he doesn’t know what to expect in his match tonight. Ryback says Bray Wyatt has tried to intimidate him with fear. Ryback says he doesn’t fear Bray Wyatt and says the Eater of Worlds gets eaten tonight.
We see the video hype package for the feud between Bray Wyatt and Ryback.
Bray Wyatt vs. Ryback
Ryback takes Wyatt to the corner and drives his shoulder into his midsection repeatedly. Ryabck drops Wyatt with a shoulder block and goes for the tackle, but Wyatt kicks out at one. Wyatt comes back and delivers a headbutt to Ryback, but Ryback takes him down with a Thesz Press. Wyatt goes to the outside, but Ryback follows him. Ryback drives Wyatt into the barricade and then tosses him back into the ring. Ryback slams Wyatt into the corner and comes off the ropes, but Wyatt counters with a shoulder block of his own. Wyatt delivers a couple right hands and chokes Ryback over the middle rope. Wyatt applies a headlock down on the mat, but Ryback fights out. Ryback drops Wyatt with a right hand and then a scoop slam. Ryback goes for the cover, but Wyatt kicks out at one. Ryback charges at Wyatt, but Wyatt moves and Ryback goes shoulder-first into the ring post. Wyatt plants Ryback face-first onto the ring apron. Wyatt gets back into the ring, but then dives out onto Ryback on the outside. Back in the ring, Wyatt continues the attack on Ryback. Wyatt beats down Ryback in the corner and gets on the second rope, but Ryabck counters with a power bomb. Ryback slams Wyatt down to the mat and goes for the cover, but Wyatt kicks out at two. Wyatt rolls to the outside, but Ryback comes out after him. Wyatt turns around and drops Ryback with a big clothesline. Wyatt tosses Ryback back into the ring and goes for the cover, but Ryback kicks out at two. Wyatt drives a knee into Ryback in the corner and backs away, but Ryback follows him and clotheslines him in the corner. Ryback drops Wyatt with a spine-buster, but Wyatt kicks out at two. Ryback sets Wyatt up for Shell Shocked, but Wyatt counters and drives Ryback into the corner. Wyatt gets Ryback on the ropes and goes for a suplex, but Ryback counters and headbutts Wyatt down to the mat. Ryback dives off the top rope and splashes down on Wyatt. Ryback goes for the cover, but Wyatt kicks out at two. Wyatt grabs Ryback and goes for Sister Abigail, but Ryback reverses and goes for Shell Shocked. Wyatt sends Ryback into the exposed steel in the corner and hits Sister Abigail for the pin fall.
Winner: Bray Wyatt.
We see the video preview for the Money in the Bank pay-per-view, which is on Sunday, June 14th. We are reminded that Stone Cold’s podcast will return on June 1st, and his guest will be Paul Heyman.
We see the video hype package for the final match in the feud between John Cena and Rusev.
WWE United States Championship “I Quit” Match: John Cena (c) vs. Rusev (w/Lana)
Rusev tells Cena to quit and he will spare the pain, but Cena goes right after Rusev. Rusev takes control of the match and the crowd chants “We want Lana” as Rusev goes insane. He gets a chair and tells Lana to sit in it. Rusev gets back into the ring, but Cena takes control with a suplex. Rusev comes back and beats Cena down and tells the referee to ask, but Cena doesn’t quit. Rusev decks Cena with a right hand and a dropkick. The referee asks Cena, but Cena doesn’t quit. Rusev takes Cena down again, but Cena shoves the referee away. Rusev picks Cena up, but Cena drops him with a clothesline. Rusev takes Cena down with a heel-kick and then goes to the outside. Rusev yells at Lana and then gets back into the ring. Rusev clubs Cena down to the mat and tells Lana to give him the Russian flag. Rusev waves the flag in the ring as Cena is down. Cena gets to his feet and takes Rusev down with shoulder tackles and a side slam. Cena delivers the Five-Knuckle Shuffle and then goes for the AA. Rusev counters and drops Cena with a fall-away slam. The referee asks Cena, but Cena doesn’t quit. Rusev slams Cena into the steel steps and the referee asks Cena again, but Cena doesn’t quit. RUsev tosses Cena back into the ring and then puts the steel steps in the ring. Rusev sets the steps up in the corner and then slams Cena into them. Rusev lays the steps flat in the middle of the ring, but Cena back drops Rusev to the mat. Cena comes off the ropes, but Rusev catches him and slams him down on the steel steps. The referee asks, but Cena doesn’t quit. Rusev goes to stomps Cena on the steps, but Cena moves and then delivers an AA to Rusev on the steps. The referee asks, but Rusev doesn’t quit. Rusev rolls to the outside and Cena picks up the steps. Cena throws the steps outside, but Rusev moves out of the way. Cena slams Rusev into the ring post. The referee asks, but Rusev doesn’t quit. Cena spears Rusev through the barricade wall and into the timekeepers area. The referee asks, but Rusev doesn’t quit. Cena walks out onto the concrete floor and grabs a blue equipment case, but Rusev kicks Cena in the face. The referee asks, but Cena doesn’t quit. Cena and Rusev battle in the equipment area and Cena drives Rusev back first and hits Rusev with a weapon. The referee asks, but Rusev doesn’t quit. Cena hits Rusev with a laptop and goes for the AA< but Rusev counters and drives Cena through a table. The referee asks, but Cena doesn’t quit. Rusev stalks Cena and goes to kick him against a stage prop, but Cena counters and delivers an AA to Rusev and the prop explodes. Lana gets up to check on Rusev. The referee asks, but Rusev doesn’t quit. Cena grabs the metal barricade and nails Rusev in the head with it. The referee asks, but Rusev doesn’t quit. Cena goes for an AA through the metal barricade, but Rusev counters and suplexes Cena through it. The referee asks, but Cena doesn’t quit. Rusev tosses Cena back into the ring and kicks him in the face. Rusev stomps on Cena’s back and locks in the Accolade. Cena gets to his feet and backs Rusev in the corner, but Rusev doesn’t release the hold. Cena fades and falls back to his knees. The referee asks, but Cena doesn’t quit. Cena is knocked out, but he didn’t say “I quit,” so the match continues. Rusev takes apart the top turnbuckle and loosens the top rope. Rusev grabs a bottle of water to wake Cena up. Rusev grabs the metal of the top rope and goes to hit Cena with it, but Cena ducks under and locks in the STF with the top rope. Rusev says no, but Lana grabs the microphone and quits for Rusev.
Winner and still WWE United States Champion: John Cena.
We go to the expert panel, who talk about what has happened so far tonight. We revisit the preshow, where The Ascension defeated The Mega Powers V.2. We go backstage and we see The New Day celebrating by drinking glasses of milk. Byron Saxton walks up and Woods says their victory is as great as a glass of milk. Big E says they are good role models. Woods says they never lie, never cuss, and never complain. Byron says he has some new about Elimination Chamber. He says they will defend their titles in the first ever Tag Team Championship Elimination Chamber, and then New Day proceeds to cuss and complain.
Naomi and Tamina vs. The Bella Twins
Nikki and Naomi start the match and Naomi stomps away on Nikki in the corner. Nikki comes back with a kick to the face and goes for the cover, but Naomi kicks out at two. Brie tags in and she and Nikki double-team Naomi. Brie goes for the cover, but Naomi kicks out at two. Brie knees Naomi in the face, but Naomi rolls to the outside. Brie grabs Naomi and tosses her back into the ring. Tamina kicks Brie in the face and the referee checks on her. Naomi tosses Brie back into the ring and goes for the cover, but Brie kicks out at two. Naomi stands on Brie’s hair and pulls her up by her arms. Naomi slams Brie down to the mat and tags in Tamina. Tamina slams Brie down in the corner and tags in Naomi. Naomi keeps the attack on Brie and then tags Tamina back in. Brie kicks Tamina and gets free, but Tamina backs her into the corner. Tamina tags in Naomi, who slams Brie down to the mat. Naomi goes for the cover, but Brie kicks out quickly. Naomi goes for a face-buster, but Brie counters with a jaw-breaker. Brie gets free and tags in Nikki. Nikki takes Naomi down with a dropkick and then drops her with an Alabama Slam. Nikki goes for the cover, but Tamina breaks it up. Nikki dropkicks Tamina out of the ring, but Naomi rolls her up from behind and gets a two count. Tamina distracts Nikki and Naomi hits the Rear View, but Nikki kicks out at two. Brie takes out Tamina on the outside and Naomi attacks Nikki in the ring. Nikki counters and takes Naomi down, but Tamina slams Brie into the barricade. Naomi takes advantage and slams Nikki down in the ring and gets the pin fall.
Winners: Naomi and Tamina.
We go backstage and we see Rusev and Lana. Rusev yells in Bulgarian and tells Lana to get out. She just sits there, and he tells her to get out again. She leaves this time and he trashes the room.
We go back to this past Monday’s Raw, where Daniel Bryan relinquished his Intercontinental Championship. We are reminded that a new Intercontinental Champion will be crowned in an Elimination Chamber Match in two weeks.
King Barrett vs. Neville
Barrett backs Neville into the corner, but Neville rolls him up for a quick two count. Nville springboards across the ring and takes Barrett down with a cross-body. Barrett rolls to the outside, but Neville dives to the outside. Barrett moves, but Neville kicks him in the midsection. Barrett counters and takes Neville down to the floor. Barrett backs Neville into the apron and then slams him into the corner. Barrett clubs Neville on the back and then drives a knee into his midsection. Barrett goes for a cover, but Neville kicks out at two. Barrett applies a headlock, but Neville fights back. Neville kicks Barrett in the face and goes for a springboard, but Barrett kicks him to the apron. Barrett delivers a back-breaker to Neville and goes for the cover, but Neville kicks out at two. Barrett chokes Neville over the middle rope and delivers a few knees. Barrett sends Neville to the outside and goes outside after him. Barrett tosses Neville back into the ring and goes for the cover, but Neville kicks out. Barrett applies a headlock down on the mat, but Neville fights back and kicks Barrett in the midsection and then in the head. Neville takes Barrett down with a cross-body and then delivers a standing shooting star press. Neville goes for the cover, but Barrett kicks out at two. Neville goes up top and sets up for the Red Arrow, but Barrett cuts him off. Barrett delivers a kick to the midsection and sets up for the Royal Bullhammer, but Neville ducks under. Barrett hits the Winds of Change and goes for the cover, but Neville kicks out at two. Barrett picks Neville up, but Neville fights back. Neville takes Barrett down with an arm-drag and then connects with an enzuiguri. Neville goes up top for the Red Arrow, but Barrett rolls to the outside. Neville dives over the top rope and takes Barrett out. Neville gets back into the ring, but Barrett gets intentionally counted out.
Winner via count-out: Neville
After the match, Barrett gets back into the ring and beats Neville down and then tosses him to the outside. Barrett slams Neville into the steel steps and then throws him into the barricade. Barrett gets back into the ring and puts on all of his king gear, but Neville gets back up and suplexes Barrett down. Neville goes up top and hits the Red Arrow on Barrett.
We see some Tough Enough audition videos.
Seth Rollins is walking backstage with J&J Security, when Kane appears. Kane tells Rollins good luck and walks away. We see the video hype package for the main event.
WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match: Seth Rollins (c) (w/J&J Security) vs. Dean Ambrose vs. Randy Orton vs. Roman Reigns
The match breaks down from the start and Reigns and Rollins eventually get back into the ring. They battle for a bit and then go back to the outside as Orton and Ambrose battle in the ring. Ambrose takes Orton to the corner, but Orton counters with a back-breaker. Orton goes for the cover, but Reigns breaks it up. Orton goes for the RKO on Reigns, but Reigns counters with a right hand. Ambrose and Orton go to the outside and Rollins gets back into the ring with Reigns. Rollins backs away to splash Reigns, but Ambrose cuts Rollins off. Ambrose and Reigns double-tea, Rollins for a bit. Reigns sets up for the Superman Punch, but Kane grabs him and tosses him into the barricade. Ambrose dives onto Kane, but Kane tosses Ambrose back into the ring to Rollins. Kane and J&J Security beat down Orton on the outside. Rollins plants Ambrose and goes for the cover, but Ambrose kicks out at two. Rollins delivers a knee to Ambrose’s head and goes for the cover, but Ambrose kicks out at two. Rollins power bombs Ambrose in the corner and goes for the cover, but Ambrose kicks out again. Rollins stomps away on Ambrose and dropkicks him into the ropes, but Ambrose drops Rollins with a big clothesline. Ambrose goes for Dirty Deeds on Rollins, but Kane grabs Ambrose and delivers a choke slam. Rollins goes for the cover, but Ambrose kicks out at two. Reigns drops Kane and Orton drops Reigns on the floor. Orton grabs Rollins and delivers a t-bone suplex. Orton goes for the cover, but Rollins kicks out at two. Rollins goes up top, but Orton cuts him off. Orton delivers a suplerplex to Rollins and goes for the cover, but Rollins kicks out at two. Rollins and Orton go to the floor and Orton drops Rollins with a clothesline. Orton takes apart the announce table, but Rollins drives Orton into the ring apron. Reigns slams Orton into the ring post. Rollins, Ambrose, and Reigns all beat down Orton and they triple power bomb Orton through the table. Rollins goes for the triple fist bump, but Ambrose and Reigns beat him down. Reigns and Ambrose go to put Rollins through the other table, but Kane cuts them off. Reigns and Ambrose power bomb Kane down onto Rollins, who was on the announce table, but it didn’t break. Reigns and Ambrose do it again, and Kane and Rollins crash through the table. Ambrose and Reigns get into the ring and slug it out. Ambrose takes Reigns down with a cross-body and goes for the cover, but Reigns powers out at two. Reigns slams Ambrose down and goes for the cover, but Ambrose kicks out at two. Reigns goes for the Superman Punch, but Ambrose rolls Reigns up for a two count. Reigns hits the Superman Punch and goes for the cover, but Ambrose kicks out at two. Reigns goes for the spear, but Ambrose counters. Ambrose goes for the cover, but Reigns counters and hits the spear. Rollins breaks up the count. Reigns destroys J&J Security on the outside and then delivers a Superman Punch to Rollins. Ambrose drops Reigns with Dirty Deeds and then goes for the cover, but Kane breaks it up. Kane levels Reigns with the steel steps and then choke slams Reigns onto the steps. Orton drops Kane from behind and gets into the ring. Rollins goes for the middle-rope DDT on Orton, but Orton counters and RKO’s J&J Security and drops Rollins with the power slam. Orton delivers an RKO to Kane, and Rollins hits Orton with the Pedigree to get the pin fall.
Winner and still WWE World Heavyweight Champion: Seth Rollins.
After the match, Triple H meets Rollins on the ramp and raises his hand in the air as Payback comes to a close.