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Seth Rollins wanted a chance to take out both Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre, so Raw General Manager Kurt Angle gave him a tag team match with a partner of his choosing. Dean Ambrose is still injured, so he was out of contention. So was Tyler Breeze, despite the fact that he had a sweet team name picked out (CrossFit Breeze-us). Roman Reigns stepped up, but Stephanie McMahon pulled rank to protect the Universal Title Match at SummerSlam, even threatening to cancel that bout if Reigns defied her.

Reigns punched Constable Baron Corbin in his aching ribs as payback, but his brother received no such satisfaction: Rollins was fighting from underneath the entire time, only briefly finding daylight when he rammed McIntyre into the turnbuckle. The Scottish Terminator recovered in time to tag in and cut Rollins’ rally short, and he did so in such a ferocious manner that Rollins was forced to once again turn his focus to the former NXT Champion, leaving him vulnerable to a bullseye superkick from the Intercontinental Champion.

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Usually, it’s Drew McIntyre who plays spoiler during Seth Rollins’ matches against Dolph Ziggler. This time around, the roles were reversed: After McIntyre’s dominant performance was cut short by an out-of-nowhere Stomp from Rollins, the Intercontinental Champion provided an eleventh-hour save of his hulking enforcer, saving McIntyre the humiliation of a pinfall loss at the hands of The Kingslayer.

Unfortunately, Ziggler’s interference also cost McIntyre the match, albeit via disqualification. The Showoff took advantage of the surprise to briefly put Rollins on his back, though The Kingslayer rallied to hit a suicide dive on the champion and leave in one piece. Of course, by that time, McIntyre had gotten back to his feet and given Rollins a stare that indicated The Architect isn’t quite as in the clear as he thinks.

As it turns out, he wasn’t: Later in the show, Rollins was only seconds into a backstage interview when Ziggler & McIntyre struck, mobbing The Kingslayer and leaving him in a heap.

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Drew McIntyre promised to wipe the smile off Finn Bálor’s face, but the first-ever Universal Champion was still flashing those pearly whites at the end of the night, having defeated The Scottish Terminator not once but twice. Granted, the first was more of a moral victory than anything, as Dolph Ziggler interfered at a crucial moment to instigate a two-on-one beatdown that resulted in a disqualification and left The Extraordinary Man in a heap.

When Seth Rollins arrived to even the odds, Raw General Manager Kurt Angle restarted the bout as a tag team contest, and Finn & Seth pulled out the win there as well, with The Kingslayer scoring the fall by tossing McIntyre from the ring and administering a Stomp to Ziggler. And, off the strength of that victory, Rollins received another crack at the Intercontinental Title, as Angle sanctioned Ziggler vs. Rollins for SummerSlam. Smiles all around, and who can blame them?

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In the newest episode of “Chasing Glory with Lilian Garcia,” Lilian sits down with WWE Superstar Seth Rollins. Inside this episode, fresh off Extreme Rules, Seth reacts to his amazing Iron Man match with Dolph Ziggler— and what they both thought about the crowd chants. Rollins discusses what it was like growing up in Iowa, the struggles he experienced with his mom’s divorces, growing up as an introvert, and revealing— for the first time ever— that he doesn’t know his biological father. Find out how he overcame that and what he owes to his stepfather. Listen to how he discovered his love for wrestling and how he set his mind forth to conquer it, but it wasn’t the easiest of roads. It included driving over 3 hours just to go to wrestling school, going to college simultaneously while holding down various jobs at the same time. Then once he made it into the WWE and gained his stride, Seth talks about what he had to go through physically after his 2015 injury and how long it took him to get back into the game mentally. Hear what lessons he has learned that he would tell his younger self, what his current goals are, and what he hopes to accomplish with his The Black and Brave Wrestling Academy. It’s about to get real, raw, and inspiring, with Seth “Freakin” Rollins.

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