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The bell rings, and they circle the ring. Jericho punches and kicks him to the corner before chopping the chest. Jericho sends him into the ropes, but Rollins holds on before escaping. Jericho goes outside and clubs him down. Jericho then bounces him off the barricade before chopping the chest. Rollins comes back with a chop, but Jericho kicks him and puts him in the ring. Rollins boots him in the face as he tries to get in. Rollins goes for a suicide dive, but Jericho punches him in the face. Jericho kicks him in the ribs and hits a textbook suplex. Rollins turns him before he kicks and punches him down in the corner. Rollins sends him to the opposite corner, but Jericho slingshots over him and hits a step-up enzuigiri for a two count. Jericho then chokes him on the ropes before kicking him in the ribs. Jericho kicks him in the face before hitting the ropes. Rollins then dropkicks him down. Rollins then punches away at him before sending him into the ropes. Rollins goes for a leapfrog, but Jericho holds on to the ropes. Jericho back drops him onto the apron and takes him down with a springboard dropkick. Jericho high fives a fan at ringside.
We come back from the break to see Jericho trapped in a chin lock. During the commercial, Rollins sent him into the top of the turnbuckle before hitting a suicide dive. Jericho fights up and elbows out. Rollins takes him down by the hair before hitting a forearm smash in the corner for a two count. Jericho rolls to the apron to recover. Rollins talks some trash before biting his forehead. Rollins sends him to the corner and goes for a splash, but Jericho sidesteps him. Jericho hits a shoulder block and a running forearm. Rollins sends him to the apron, but Jericho hangs on and runs to the top rope. Jericho then hits a jumping axe handle. Jericho pumps the crowd up before going for a bulldog, but Rollins avoids it and hits a headlock slam for a near fall.
Rollins head-butts him and jabs at him. Jericho comes back with some chops before sending him to the corner. Rollins then counters him with an STO into the turnbuckle. Rollins goes to the top rope, but Jericho crotches him. Jericho chops the chest before attempting a superplex. Rollins fights him off and head-butts him. Rollins goes for a sunset flip powerbomb, but Jericho counters with a back body drop. Jericho then hits a cross-body block for a near fall. They trade punches with Rollins coming out on top with a knee to the midsection. Rollins hits the ropes, and Jericho turns him inside out with a back elbow. Rollins rolls out of the way of a Lionsault, and Jericho crashes and burns. Rollins then hits a turnbuckle powerbomb before attempting a Curb Stomp, but Jericho avoids it and rolls him up for a two count. Jericho goes for the Walls of Jericho, but Rollins hangs on to the ropes. Rollins climbs the ropes, and Jericho flips him to his feet. Rollins then hits an enzuigiri!
Rollins pulls himself up on the apron as the crowd chants, “Y2J.” Rollins springboards off the top rope, and Jericho catches him mid-air with a Codebreaker! The Wyatt Family’s video flashes and the lights go out. When the come back on, Jericho is in the ring with The Wyatt Family.
Gallery:: Home > WWE.com > Raw > 2014 > Jul 28
Sure, Seth Rollins picked up a victory over Dean Ambrose at WWE Battleground in controversial fashion, but it was a win nonetheless. Add in a victory over Fandango on WWE Main Event and Mr. Money in the Bank finds himself at No. 3 on the rankings.
In an ultra-brutal Raw rematch that incorporated kendo sticks, the ring bell, numerous mangled chairs, a distraction by Seth Rollins and an incredible Superplex by Cesaro onto nothing but steel, the tough-as-nails Dean Ambrose was able to rise above his opponent with a quick pinfall.
But, before the dust could settle, Rollins delivered a second attack on the winner. This sparked a massive 2-on-1 assault that ended with The Swiss Superman’s post-match Neutralizer and the Curb Stomp by Mr. Money in the Bank.
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Calling all potential Aerialists, Architects and Money in the Bank Ladder Match winners: Seth Rollins wants to recruit you. The former WWE Tag Team Champion and current Money in the Bank contract holder is starting his most ambitious venture yet: The Black & The Brave Wrestling Academy, which looks to train potential independent (and WWE) competitors in a wholly unexpected way. Just a few weeks ahead of the school’s first training session, Rollins sat down with WWE.com to discuss his academy’s origins, its relationship with the WWE Performance Center and the one piece of advice any recruit must heed to succeed.
Fandango proved to be a formidable foe for Seth Rollins, almost scoring victory with two near pinfalls over Mr. Money in the Bank. But Rollins turned the tables by slamming the dancing Superstar spine-first into the turnbuckle followed up by a crushing Curb Stomp for the win.
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Backstage Segment: Seth Rollins, Triple H and Cesaro
Triple H is backstage talking to Seth Rollins about why he shouldn’t face John Cena at Summerslam. Triple H says he has the Money in the Bank contract and you can’t put your cards on the table like that. Rollins asks what the point is. Every time he tries to make a play, Dean Ambrose interferes. Cesaro walks up, and he says he should face Cena at Summerslam. He’s a walking Money in the Bank contract. Anytime you put him in a championship match, he’ll get the job done. Triple H is all about what’s best for business. He made a business decision. As of right now, he is no longer a “Heyman Guy.” He wants to be Triple H’s guy. Rollins says that Triple H already has a guy. Triple H says this is uncomfortable. Triple H says there is some unfinished business around here. If Cesaro can finish that business against Dean Ambrose tonight, that would impress him. Cesaro shakes hands with him and tells him to consider it done. Cesaro walks off. Rollins asks what that was about. Triple H says he doesn’t know but they’ll see what he’s got.
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 Money in the Bank contract — or from being safe from him anywhere ever again.