Slammiversary (2009) - Results - King of The Mountain Match

King of The Mountain Match

Qualification No. Wrestler Wrestler pinned or submitted Method
1 Kurt Angle Samoa Joe Joe attacked Angle before the match and was disqualified and placed in the penalty box.
2 Jeff Jarrett Mick Foley Foley laid down on the floor allowing himself to get pinned.
3 Samoa Joe Mick Foley Passed-out after Joe used the Coquina Clutch.
4 Mick Foley Kurt Angle Pinned after a diving elbow drop from the top of the penalty box.
5 A.J. Styles Mick Foley Pinned after falling off a ladder.
6 !Winner Kurt Angle Hung the belt to win.

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