Ambrose tore through Cesaro on Monday despite disqualifying himself in the process, he certainly sent a message to the Authority as well as his opponent. Foolishly, Cesaro requests a no disqualification rematch for Friday night Smackdown. And they call Dean the lunatic?
Foolishness aside, Dean’s more than happy in this kind of environment and immediately launches himself at Cesaro all over again. Beating him from corner to corner and taunting him and then taking things to the outside. He digs under the ring and finds himself some kendo sticks, then digs around the other side to pull out chairs. This is completely his playground. However as he gets up on the apron to take a chair in to the ring, Cesaro hits him with a big boot to the face and knocks him back to the outside. Cesaro takes control and tries to batter Dean with a kendo stick, but Dean ducks out of the way then throws Cesaro over the barrier. Beating him relentlessly on the outside, Dean grabs the ring bell and leaps from the barrier, striking Cesaro around the head with it! He then picks up a kendo stick and gets up on the announce table, jumping from it intent on striking, only for Cesaro to counter with a blow of his own to Dean’s middle.
With Cesaro taking control he slams Dean on to the seats of some chairs and then he goes straight for Dean’s shoulder. Ramming a kendo stick in his mouth and contorting him in the middle of the ring. Dean refuses to give up however and endures the torture, only to laugh in Cesaros face! Dean captures the kendo stick and strikes back, setting up his own nasty chair configuration. Cesaro blocks his attempts to suplex him on to them but Ambrose is relentless, eventually getting his way he suplexes Cesaro on to one of the chairs.. ouch, bad landing.
Cesaro somehow survives this and strikes back with a rollup out of the corner that Dean kicks out of. But it puts Cesaro back on the offensive, going after that shoulder again and ramming Dean in to the ringpost. Dean battles through and after a well timed suicide dive, goes back under the ring and retrieves a whole stack of chairs, piling them up on the ring. However after he rolls Cesaro back inside, Seth Rollins attacks! Dean foils his attempt through, hurling Rollins over the barricade and going back after Cesaro and the stack of chairs. A plan that would backfire horribly as Cesaro knocks him down from the turnbuckles then reverses the suplex, sending Dean crashing down on to the chairs. Miraculously, Dean kicks out of a pin and then counters with a rollup and gets the win!
The victory is very short lived though as Rollins jumps him from behind, beating him down in the corner. Cesaro then hits Dean with the Neutralizer, followed by Rollins’ Curb Stomp. It’s a bad ending to a great week for Dean.
After the mayhem of Battleground Seth Rollins kicked off RAW by sulking to his daddy Triple H, saying that he deserved to be named number one contender for Summerslam. Triple H reminds him that’s pointless, he already has the MITB Briefcase and besides, he’s being hunted by Dean Ambrose – Muahaha. Seth insists he can take him out but Triple H seems less convinced, instead Cesaro makes an appearance and promises he can take out Ambrose permanently. Triple H makes the match for the Main Event.
Ambrose is more than happy to oblige. Looking at lot more pleased with himself than we saw on Smackdown, Ambrose arrives in the ring still with his shoulder taped, but the nice aftertaste of revenge still in his mouth. He and Cesaro barely wait for the bell before tearing in to each other and Ambrose is like a rabid dog on the attack, viciously assaulting Cesaro and tossing him out of the ring to the outside. Following him out by launching himself off of the apron on to Cesaro and beating him all around ringside. Dean throws Cesaro back in to the ring but as he gets in, Cesaro kicks him square in the shoulder. He follows that up by running Dean in to the ringpost. The dissection of his injured begins again. Cesaro picking him apart while backstage Orton, Rollins and Triple H watch on the monitors.
Cesaro gives Ambrose a taste of his own medicine, taking things to the outside with a brutal suplex then taking things back in. Cesaro twists his arm up in the center of the ring but Ambrose refuses to quit. You’d have to nuke him to get him to wave the white flag and even then he’d probably jab you in the eye with it instead. Dean absorbs the punishment and tries to make a comeback, knocking Cesaro out of the ring again, but as he tries to jump the ropes to attack, Cesaro hits him with that deadly European Uppercut in mid air. Things aren’t looking so good for Dean. During a commercial break Cesaro attacks the shoulder relentlessly, as we come back, Cesaro tries to suplex Dean off of the turnbuckles however he manages to take an advantage back, shoving Cesaro all the way down to the mat. Dean follows with his missile dropkick and despite his hurting shoulder, now it seems like Cesaro is hurting too! Adrenaline bites hard and Ambrose goes back on the attack. A suicide dive taking things back outside. They trade brutal clotheslines in the middle of the ring and Dean’s mental state begins to crumble, until eventually he’s had enough.
Outside, he grabs a chair and as Cesaro hands near the ringpost, Dean blatantly smashes him around the head and shoulders with it. Instantly earning himself a Disqualification. But does he care? Not at all. He grabs another chair and tosses it in to the ring, taking himself a casual seat as Cesaro bolts to the back, he gestures for the Authority to bring on more.
TAMPA, Florida — The WWE Universe might not have gotten the match they wanted between Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins at WWE Battleground, but if you were expecting an all-out brawl between these two bitter rivals, it was impossible to be disappointed.
Early in the night, the always-unpredictable Ambrose ambushed Rollins during the Shield turncoat’s pre-match interview. The sudden attack — halted by a small army of referees, officials and security personnel — prompted Triple H to eject The Lunatic Fringe from the Tampa Bay Times Forum. Because Ambrose was barred from the building before his scheduled bout with Rollins, the vindictive Mr. Money in the Bank demanded that he be announced the winner of the match by forfeit and have his hand raised in victory.
However, Rollins had little opportunity to savor his “victory.” As he strode up the entrance ramp, Ambrose appeared out of nowhere and assaulted his one-time ally again, repeatedly throwing Rollins into the barricade and taking the fight into the crowd. After Ambrose grabbed Rollins by the hair and hurled him onto the Spanish announce table, a host of security personnel, WWE officials and even The Game himself intervened and pried apart the embattled former Shield brethren. Ambrose was dragged kicking and screaming from the arena a second time, while Rollins was taken to the locker room area by the incensed WWE COO.
Moments later, as Rollins attempted to flee the arena in his car, Ambrose —in true slasher movie fashion— emerged from Mr. Money in the Bank’s trunk and continued the pummeling. Rollins ultimately escaped the onslaught, but only barely.
Even though Rollins technically emerged victorious from WWE Battleground, The Authority’s “Plan B” hardly looked like a winner as he fled into the night. As for Ambrose, the unhinged Lunatic Fringe was left unsatisfied, and will no doubt continue his ongoing mission to prevent his former “brother” from cashing in his coveted Money in the Bank contract — or from being safe from him anywhere ever again.
WWE.com have the staff predictions up on the outcome of Sundays match, personally I have to say I’m with Joey Styles, I think this is going to get ugly – fast. What do you think? Share your thoughts on our Twitter or in Comments!
@JoeyStyles: There is just too much mutual animosity between these former Shield teammates for this match not to end in a double count-out, double disqualification or even a no-contest if they get their hands on each other before the opening bell rings. Seth Rollins vs. Dean Ambrose is a very personal issue that needs to see these two locked in a steel cage so they can unleash their animalistic attacks in unfettered fashion. Until such time, no clear cut winner will emerge victorious. Winner: n/a
@HowardFinkel: I’m looking forward to seeing this match. These two know each other very well — perhaps too well. Yet, for me, I will give the nod to Ambrose, strictly because I truly believe that he wants Rollins more than Seth wants him. It’s that simple. WINNER: Dean Ambrose
Ryan Murphy: Is it strange that I’m concerned for Seth Rollins’ wellbeing? Sure, he’s sleazy, but he’s young and über talented and I hate the thought that Dean Ambrose is going to take five years off his career with the beating he gives him at WWE Battleground. That being said, Rollins asked for this. And if you poke a pit bull with a stick, you better be ready to get bit. WINNER: Dean Ambrose
James Wortman: Oh, man. How good is this going to be? This confrontation won’t be for the faint of heart, with The Lunatic Fringe embracing his more hardcore tendencies since ditching his tactical gear. Even though Ambrose suffered a debilitating backstage attack on Raw, the brawler seems to use his pain as a power source. Dirty Deeds await Rollins, who, despite his alignment with The Authority, won’t be able to match the ferocity of his former brother. WINNER: Dean Ambrose
John Clapp: In this likely “Match of the Night” contender, I fully anticipate an unhinged Ambrose, injured or not, redlining his engine and throwing caution to the wind from the word “go.” It’d be impossible for Rollins to not get flustered, but he’s called The Architect for a reason. The man’s a strategist, and by hook or by crook, he’s walking away with the win. WINNER: Seth Rollins
Noted Ring Names: Dean Ambrose, Jon Moxley From: Cincinnati, Ohio Date of Birth: December 7, 1985 Working For: WWE Debut: Survivor Series 2012 WWE Titles Held: United States Championship Mini Biography: Dean Ambrose started his career back in 2004 under the name of Jon Moxley. Earning high praise from independent companies around the world, he became a household name for the hardcore, holding championship gold in companies such as Combat Zone Wrestling. With his name capturing the attention of wrestling fans across the globe, Jon soon earned a developmental contract with the WWE. He then took on the name of Dean Ambrose and began the process of cementing his name in stone. Feuding with William Regal and Seth Rollins most notably on NXT, Ambrose went on to make his much anticipated main roster debut at Survivor Series 2012, coming in alongside Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns to make a massive impact in the main event, aiding CM Punk in retaining his WWE Championship. The Shield have torn an unstoppable path through the WWE and at Extreme Rules 2013, Dean laid claim to his first taste of WWE gold, capturing the United States Championship. Described by WWE as "Fearless, wild and always unpredictable" as well as a "world class competitor and infamous troublemaker" - Dean Ambrose is the rising star to watch! Full Biography:Click Here! Full Statistics:Click Here!
Show: Smackdown July 25th, 2014 Match: Dean Ambrose def. Cesaro Summary: Dean cost himself a match on RAW against Cesaro when he attacked him with chairs, so he heads in to a No DQ rematch on Smackdown. A match thats brutal from the outset, neither man holds back in their mission to prove a point. Kendo sticks and chairs used to their best effect. As Dean looks set to take the win by suplexing Cesaro through a stack of chairs, Seth Rollins attacks. But this time Dean foils his plans! Tossing Seth over the barricade, Dean goes back after Cesaro. A suplex is reversed as Ambrose finds himself smashed down on to the stack of chairs himself, but he kicks out of a pinfall attempt and rolls Cesaro up to get the win! Read the full review below! Full Review: Click Here! Digitals:Click Here! Screencaptures:Click Here!
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