October 13, 2014
Dean Ambrose gets a hero’s welcome in Atlanta. Ambrose would love to be trapped in a locked cell with Rollins but something is stressing him out. The way to Rollins is through John Cena. Much to no one’s surprise, Cena joins Dean in the ring. John gives Ambrose some “veteran advise”, which consists of Ambrose shutting his mouth and training like mad to beat John Cena. Ambrose is insulted by the way he is being talked to, Cena uses veiled threats towards Dean and Ambrose drops his mic cold. HHH and Stephanie shuffle onto the ramp just before the two come to blows. HHH announces Cena and Ambrose teaming in a triple threat tag match, right now.
Cena and Ambrose face off against the Dust Brothers and the Uso’s. John starts with the Uso’s and the brothers keep him off balance with frequent tags. Ambrose is tagged in and goes to work clearing the ring and collecting cheers before Stardust slaps him on the back, a blind tag allowing the Dust Brothers into the match for the first time. Jey Uso is quarantined in the Dust Brothers corner and cannot reach his brother for the tag. A close tag is averted when Jimmy is pulled from the apron. Jey is alone, his only option is to tag John Cena. Stardust gets a Five Knuckle Shuffle and the flood gates open to interference. Uso’s dive over the ropes to the outside, tackling the Dust Brothers. Cena mounts the top ropes and dives on top, Ambrose will not be left out, a diving elbow to the five men outside completes the circuit. Ambrose tosses Cena into the ring so that he can collect the pin fall on Stardust. The unlikely duo has won. HHH come out again not to pleased that things didn’t go differently, he makes a match for tonight, Ambrose verses Cena, contract on a pole match, no holds barred, winner gets Rollins at Hell in a Cell.
AJ has a new partner tonight, Layla hopes that AJ won’t abandon the team like she did with Emma last week. Paige and Fox come into the match confident of another win. AJ takes the lead, she punishes Fox and Paige. AJ tries to tag Layla but her partner drops from the apron and refuses the tag. AJ is rolled up from behind but kicks out at two. AJ uses her anger to lay out Fox and get the win herself. AJ slides out of the ring and confronts Layla on her desertion. AJ tosses her former partner into the barricade a couple of time to put an exclamation point on it.
Randy Orton has been thinking. Randy Orton has a plan. He asks HHH and Stephanie for a simple favor, he wants the the loser of the Cena/Ambrose match at Hell in the Cell. HHH agrees and the match is made, the opponent to be determined tonight.
Cesaro joins the announce team to vocalize his intent on the Intercontinental Championship and Dolph Ziggler. Dolph has bigger problem tonight in the Viper. Dolph is focused on Orton but Randy seems to be overlooking this match, he’s not focusing. Ziggler has an answer for everything Orton serves. Randy is getting frustrated and backs away from the ring as if to retreat. Rollins comes out on the ramp and Orton wants to know what Seth thinks he is doing. Orton returns to the ring with a renewed vigor, he will not be upstaged by the Golden Boy, Rollins. The Viper is in control for the first time in the match. Orton commits to a Superplex off the top turnbuckle but only collects a two count. No one can finish, there has been numerous pin attempts but the job remains. Ziggler finds himself on Randy’s shoulders locked in a Powerbomb position but Orton changes things up, pushing Dolph into the air from his shoulders, The Viper hits an RKO. Randy has pinned the Intercontinental Champion. Seth comes into the ring and delivers a Curb Stomp to Ziggler. Orton is left wondering why.
“Randy Orton is beyond vintage tonight.” -@thehachland
Seth stays in the ring as he has a fight with Swagger next. Rollin, still high on himself, after the Ziggler Curb Stomp, starts the match off strong, but Swagger is no slouch. Jack is tough and uses his brute strength to illustrate to Rollins that he will not be put down easily. Seth is distracted when Orton returns to ringside, no doubt to mess with Seth’s head the way Seth messed with Orton. Rollins is fueled by this and gets Swagger under his control. Swagger has a Patriot Lock left in him but Rollins escapes, a second attempt leaves Seth clutching at his ankle. Jack hoists Rollins for a Belly to Back Suplex but Rollins transforms the momentum into a roll up pin fall. Rollins has won. Orton slides into the ring and finishes Jack with an RKO, right in the face of Rollins.
Big Show is no longer suspended. He has completed his “sensitivity training” and is wanting to show Rusev how sensitive he can be. Rusev invites the Giant to the ring, Rusev is ready to “Crush!”. Big Show’s pyro booms and he is making a B-Line to the ring, no smiles or high fives with the fans, Show has a mission to accomplish, one for the American people. Rusev strikes but hits a wall named Big Show, Rusev is tossed like a rag doll. Big Show dominates, Rusev is being crushed. “Hot” Atlanta is swinging the Tomahawk and Big Show gives Rusev a Chop of his own, the arena pops! This momentary lapse in focus lets Rusev land a surprise Dropkick. Show is Clotheslined to the outside and Rusev regroups. Rusev has the upper hand now as Big Show falters. Show misses the KO Punch and his momentum puts him off balance. Rusev plants Show on the mat and applies the Accolade. Mark Henry comes to ringside and cheers on Big Show. Rusev drops his submission to knock Henry from the apron, then he reapplies the submission. Show will not tap, Rusev wrenches back. Henry rushes in and attacks Rusev, Big Show is disqualified. Rusev celebrates waving the Russian flag. Show and Henry box him in and the cornered pseudo Russian tries to fight his way out, he attacks Mark but turns around into a KO Punch from Big Show. Rusev is down.
The crowd is chanting, “We want Sandow!”, but he is just a prop in this battle as Sheamus and Miz face off again. Mizdow’s antics are pulling attention from the action and the crowd wants more of it. Sheamus tosses Miz to the outside and Mizdow gets involved, his mimicry distracting Sheamus from The Miz. Sheamus grabs a pair of legs before they disappear under the ring but he has a hold of Mizdow, not Miz. Sheamus doesn’t discriminate, he Brogue Kicks Mizdow out of his boots. Miz has slipped back into the ring on the other side, just in time to beat the referee’s ten count. Miz wins by count out. Mizdow was the sacrificial lamb tonight.
Nattie, Naomi and Brie have a guest manager for the six lady tag match in Ne Ne Leaks. Cameron, Summer and Nikki could care less and show that by quickly isolating Nattie from her team. The three heels take turns slapping and stomping Nattie until she finally reaches out to Brie for the tag. Brie is put down as well and Nikki tags in looking for the advantage over her sister. Brie gets a second wind and hits her sister with the X Factor. Brie pins her twin and celebrates with Ne Ne and the girls.
“I don’t care how much you like the Bella feud, there is no reason that Brie should finally have her “big win” over Nikki there.” -@TheBerge_
This Contract on a Pole match is No Holds Barred! Ambrose is set to go “face to face with the guy who runs the place”, John Cena. HHH and Stephanie have taken their seats beside the announce table but they are not the only interested parties. Seth, Orton and Kane come ringside, in turn. Ambrose and Cena dash for the pole as the bell sounds. The two exchange blows before Dean tosses John to the outside. Instead of making a play for the contract, Ambrose slides out of the ring to deliver more abuse to Cena. John gets Dean back to the ring and puts him in the STF, Ambrose bites his way out, Cena rolls outside. Ambrose has a second clear shot at the contract but chooses to confront Cena instead, the two fight outside the ring, Ambrose is thrown into the Three Amigos and everyone is down. Orton, Kane and Rollins attack both men but Cena and Ambrose fight out of it. As Cena delivers the AA to Kane, Ambrose is perched beneath the contract. Dean looks John in the eyes before he retrieves the contract and solidifies his place opposite Rollins at Hell in a Cell. Dean Ambrose has defeated John Cena.
“Oh wow, I am legit going to cry. PMS is a hell of a thing.” -@indiandeathlock
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