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WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins rewarded The Authority

The lesson, as always, is that it pays to be in good with the WWE World Heavyweight Champion. After The Authority put aside weeks — months? — of squabbling to reunite and drop Brock Lesnar in Raw’s closing moments last week, Kane and J&J Security received their due reward for coming to Seth Rollins’ aid. First, The Architect bestowed a trio of brand-new Apple Watches on his squad, with a special shout-out to Jamie Noble for suffering three broken ribs in the course of his duty. Kane — already scheduled to team with Rollins against Dean Ambrose & Roman Reigns in the main event — got an all-expenses paid trip to Maui, which left Noble & Joey Mercury empty-handed by comparison. They needn’t have worried, for Rollins had a coup de grace in his back pocket: A brand new car!

WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins & Kane vs. Dean Ambrose & Roman Reigns

As the mind games escalate between Roman Reigns and Bray Wyatt, The Eater of Worlds had yet to make his physical presence felt (though he did send a dispatch) up until The Big Dog’s main-event tag team contest alongside Dean Ambrose against Seth Rollins & Kane. That streak of peace ended for Reigns in epic fashion, however, when Wyatt made his move in Raw’s final moments.

The New Face of Fear picked his moment perfectly in the No Disqualification contest, materializing out of the dark and laying waste to the former WWE Tag Team Champion. That left The Lunatic Fringe to suffer a Pedigree and pinfall and, when Reigns came to the aid of his fallen friend, The Authority pounced with a group beatdown of The Big Dog. Then, and only then, did Wyatt finish the job, administering Sister Abigail to what was left of Reigns as Raw crashed to black.

Links:
1. Digitals:: WWE.com > Raw > 2015 > June 29
2. Screencaptures:: Screencaptures > 2015 > Monday Night Raw > June 29

     

WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins apologized to The Authority

So it’s come to this: Seth Rollins, the man who did it all on his own, was forced to grovel his way back into The Authority’s good graces. It was all in an attempt to regain his precious support system before he goes to the mat with Brock Lesnar at Battleground. Kane and J&J Security seemed relatively amenable to Rollins’ proposition, but when Lesnar crashed the party, only The Devil’s Favorite Demon stayed to defend Rollins from The Beast with a sneak attack.

Despite Lesnar initially getting the better of Rollins, Kane managed to land a Chokeslam, at which point Rollins and Joey Mercury quickly closed ranks and, against all odds, the corporate power got the job done. The Authority targeted Lesnar’s leg, set him up for the Pedigree and, as Raw faded to black, Lesnar had been taken down, Paul Heyman was silent, the champion was standing tall and his comrades were once again at his side. Here comes the pain?

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1. Digitals
2. Screencaptures

     

Seth Rollins responded to the reemergence of Brock Lesnar

WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins journeyed to SmackDown to publically respond to Monday’s monumental Raw return of Brock Lesnar. The Architect acknowledged that his showdown with The Beast Incarnate was “how it had to be” for him to cement his legacy. He then claimed that his new No. 1 contender knew how just dangerous the “Future of WWE” could be and that he couldn’t wait to face The Anomaly at WWE Battleground.

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1. Digitals
2. Screencaptures

     

WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins thanked himself

In case you were somehow unaware that Seth Rollins retained the WWE World Heavyweight Title all by his lonesome at Money in the Bank, allow him to remind you. Again, and again, and again. The Architect turned Raw’s opening moments into a lofty perch from which to crow about his grueling victory over Dean Ambrose. The champion channeled Chris Jericho by rechristening the show “Monday Night Rollins” and whipping out a laundry list of people to thank — and all of them happened to be some variation of Seth Rollins.

And yet, every great, preening villain needs a foil to keep him honest, and Ohio hero Ambrose, who eloquently channeled Dusty Rhodes after the show last night, wasn’t about to let Rollins style and profile his way into the sunset without a fight. The Lunatic Fringe crashed the champion’s self-coronation, chased him away and sat himself in a chair until he got the fight he came for.

The Authority revealed Seth Rollins’ No. 1 contender

He’s baaaaack. After a whole night of The Authority teasing a mystery opponent for Seth Rollins’ next title defense — and Rollins himself baiting his tenuous allies into accepting the position — Triple H and Co. made a hard left in Raw’s final moments. He summoned Brock Lesnar from exile, naming The Beast Incarnate as The Architect’s No. 1 contender for WWE Battleground. Despite Rollins’ eagerness to live up to whatever “pressure” came his way, The Authority’s decision to un-shutter Suplex City (as a potential punishment for Rollins’ recent attitude?) left The Architect literally shaking in his boots. That is, at least until he beat a terrified retreat. Is the decision best for Rollins’ personal health? Probably not. But for once, The Authority and the WWE Universe are on the same page in saying it is definitely best for business.

Links:
1. Digitals – Raw 6/15
2. Screencaptures – Raw 6/15

     

We get the rules and introductions from Lilian Garcia. The WWE World Heavyweight Title belt hangs high above the ring. Dean Ambrose makes his way out first to a pop. Seth Rollins is out next and he looks ready to fight.

They lock up and start going at it. Ambrose takes Rollins down first and goes to work. Ambrose with a hard kick to the side. Ambrose backs Rollins into the corner and whips him across the ring but runs into boots. Rollins takes him down and drops knees. Rollins with kicks in the corner now. More back and forth now. Ambrose hits a running bulldog. Rollins counters a move and sends Ambrose head first into the turnbuckle. Rollins sends Ambrose to the floor with a knee to the back. Rollins follows and slams Ambrose on the floor. Ambrose comes back and takes Rollins down. They finally bring a ladder into play. Rollins sends Ambrose into it at ringside. Rollins avoids being whipped into it. They trade shots on the apron as fans chant for Justin Bieber. Rollins goes to dive through the ropes but Ambrose shoves the ladder int him. Ambrose slides the ladder into the ring and stands it up.

They both try to climb the ladder and keep pulling each other off. They go up different sides and trade shots now. Ambrose sends Rollins head first into the ladder and it tips over. Ambrose leans the ladder in the corner and stomps on Rollins. Ambrose goes to suplex Rollins onto the ladder but it’s blocked. Ambrose fights back and hits the double underhook onto the ladder. Ambrose climbs up the ladder but not for the title. He drops the big Bionic Elbow for Dusty. Ambrose clotheslines Rollins to the floor. Ambrose climbs back for the title but Rollins comes in with a steel chair and stops him. Rollins takes out the knees with a chair and Ambrose falls to the mat.

Ambrose limps and pulls Rollins off the ladder. Rollins kicks the leg out and the ladder is tipped over. Rollins goes to work on the leg as fans chant for Ambrose. Rollins rams the ladder into Ambrose’s hurt knee and laughs about it. Rollins puts the leg in between the ladder legs and stomps on it. Rollins talks trash and pushes Ambrose around. Ambrose turns it around in the corner but Rollins goes for the leg and stops him. Rollins applies the Figure Four around the ring post. Rollins bring it back in the ring and applies another Figure Four while talking trash. Ambrose finally turns it over and reverses the hold but Rollins breaks it. Rollins goes right back to work. He takes Ambrose to the top and turns him upside down. Rollins stomps away. Rollins grabs another steel chair from under the ring and smacks the knee with it.

With Ambrose still upside down in the corner, Rollins climbs up and nails a stomp to the face. Rollins stands the ladder up but Ambrose manages to stop him and make a comeback. Ambrose goes for the bounce back clothesline but Rollins puts the ladder in the way and they go down. Rollins goes to the top but Ambrose throws a chair at his face. Ambrose climbs up with him for a superplex but Rollins fights him off. Rollins goes to springboard in from the apron but gets crotched. Ambrose with a huge clothesline from the top. Ambrose unloads with punches and chops but Rollins cuts him off. Ambrose with a bad knee to the gut. Ambrose with a clothesline that sends them both over the top to the floor. They fight in the entrance way. Rollins sends Ambrose head first into the barrier support. Rollins runs back to the ring and stands the ladder up.

Ambrose ducks a ladder and comes in to fight. He eats a kick, a kick to the head but then comes back with the clothesline. Rollins slides out of Dirty Deeds and goes to the floor. Ambrose follows but gets pushed back. Rollins goes through the crowd and Ambrose chases him fighting. They fight through the crowd and to a production area. Rollins leaves Ambrose laying and heads back to the ring. Rollins gets a ladder from under the ring but is dragging. Ambrose runs over the barrier and floors Rollins. Fans chant “this is awesome” now. Ambrose has a ladder bridge built from the apron to the announce table. They come back in the ring and Rollins goes for a powerbomb onto the bridge. Ambrose fights out of it. Rollins gets backdropped from the ring to the ladder bridge and it buckles. A “holy shit” chant starts up.

Ambrose pulls a ladder from under the ring and brings it in. Ambrose stands it up and slowly climbs it with his bad leg. Rollins comes in and stops him but Ambrose sends Rollins to the floor. Ambrose clotheslines Rollins over the Spanish announce table and flies over with him. Ambrose nails Dirty Deeds on top of the announce table. Ambrose rolls to the floor and tries to make it back in the ring. He makes it in and Rollins is still down on the announce table. Ambrose starts climbing the ladder on one leg. Rollins runs in and slams a TV monitor into the bad leg. Rollins climbs but Ambrose comes from behind and stops him. They go to the mat and Rollins drops him with the Pedigree. Rollins climbs back up but here comes Ambrose again. Rollins kicks him in the jaw. Ambrose sends Rollins back to the floor after side stepping. Rollins pulls Ambrose out and rams him head first into the ladder bridge. Rollins launches Ambrose with a powerbomb into the barrier. Rollins grabs Ambrose and runs for another big powerbomb into the barrier. Rollins pulls chairs and ladders from under the ring and makes a pile on the floor. Rollins with a sitdown powerbomb on the pile. Cole calls it the symbolic burial of Ambrose. Rollins goes back in and climbs the ladder as fans boo. Ambrose jumps up and runs in the ring. He climbs up after Rollins and grabs him. They both get their hands on the title and fall down with it but Rollins is clutching it. The bell rings and Rollins is announced the winner to retain his title.

– After the match, we go to replays as they both try to recover. Rollins stumbles away with his title and looks back at Ambrose, who is trying to get to his feet. Triple H walks up as Rollins is yelling trash to Ambrose. Triple H raises Rollins’ arm and they leave together. We get more replays as Triple H hypes Rollins and applauds him. We get another replay of the finish. JoJo comes out and congratulates Rollins on retaining. Rollins says he told us so, nobody can hang with him and he’s the best WWE has to offer. Rollins says he’s the greatest WWE World Champion of all-time. His music hits as we get yet another replay. Money In the Bank goes off the air with Ambrose looking on as Rollins celebrates with his title.

Links:
1. Digitals – Money In The Bank
2. Screencaptures – Money In The Bank
3. Video – Seth Rollins vs Dean Ambrose (Ladder Match)

     

Dean Ambrose played a joke on Seth Rollins

On Monday, Dean Ambrose toured New Orleans with Seth Rollins’ WWE World Heavyweight Title still in his possession, before helping J&J Security defeat the reigning titleholder and flooring his onetime “brother” with Dirty Deeds.

It was in the wake of all this, The Lunatic Fringe kicked off SmackDown, promising to walk out of Sunday’s Ladder Match against Rollins as the World Champion. Rollins soon emerged, vowing to overcome Ambrose Sunday and demanding his title back. To the surprise of the WWE Universe, Ambrose opted to oblige — only to reveal moments later that it was not the real title after all.

As it turned out, The Architect would have more immediate problems, as Director of Operations Kane joined the party and placed him into a match against Money in the Bank Contract Ladder Match competitor Dolph Ziggler.

Seth Rollins vs Dolph Ziggler

At the height of a chaotic contest between Seth Rollins and Dolph Ziggler, The Architect rolled through The Showoff’s crossbody and scored a victory with a handful of tights. Will he have the same luck this Sunday when he attempts to defend his World Title against Dean Ambrose in a Ladder Match?

Links:
1. Digitals
2. Screencaptures