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Dean Ambrose crashed ‘Seth Rollins: Architect of a Dream’

With Randy Orton noticeable by his absence, Dean Ambrose dispatched by Bray Wyatt and Roman Reigns out of his hair until SmackDown, Seth Rollins had plenty to celebrate during the “Architect of a Dream” shindig organized for him by The Authority.

That said, Ambrose wanted a WWE World Heavyweight Champion Match, and a title match he was going to get. After getting denied earlier in the night, The Lunatic Fringe crashed the party and asked, once again, for a championship bout. And it took a conveniently placed pile of cinder blocks and a steel chair to convince The Authority to give it to him. Rollins, ultimately, was the one who got the last laugh for the time being, however, dispatching Ambrose with a Pedigree after The Authority temporarily overwhelmed The Lunatic Fringe. Aggressive negotiating at its best, WWE Universe.

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WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match

J&J Security pull Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns out early. Randy Orton with a big right hand to Seth Rollins. Ambrose sends Rollins over. Ambrose takes out Rollins and Orton with a suicide dive. Reigns with a huge leap over the top rope taking everyone out! We can see Kane pacing around the ring. In the ring, Reigns plants Rollins with a tilt-a-whirl scoop slam. Reigns with a big right hand to Rollins. Rollins drives Reigns face first into the corner. Ambrose comes flying off the top rope with an elbow to Rollins. Orton breaks that up with uppercuts to Ambrose and right hands in the corner. Ambrose with rights of his own and connects with a running bulldog on Orton. Ambrose with jabs and chops to Orton. Orton drops Ambrose over his back. Reigns is back in with shots to Orton. Ambrose and Orton go over the top after Reigns avoided an RKO from Orton. Rollins goes on the attack on Reigns. Rollins with big stomps in the corner to Reigns. Reigns and Ambrose work together to drop Rollins. They fist bump over Rollins as Ambrose drops some rights. Reigns also gets in some rights of his own. Ambrose with a pulling clothesline on Rollins. He tells Reigns to get the Superman ready. Kane pulls Reigns out and tosses him into the barricade. Ambrose goes on the attack with Kane. Kane with a big uppercut to Ambrose and tosses him back in for Rollins. J&J Security and Kane attack Orton at ringside. Rollins with a springboard flying knee that catches Ambrose for a two count. Rollins with a corner powerbomb and superkick combo on Ambrose. Ambrose with a huge clothesline that drops Rollins. Ambrose with shots to J&J Security. Kane with a chokeslam on Ambrose when Ambrose had Rollins setup for the Dirty Deeds. Orton pulls Kane off the ring apron and Reigns with a kick to the head of Kane. Orton then tosses Reigns away and knocks Ambrose out. Orton with a T-Bone suplex on Rollins. Rollins drops Orton off the top rope. Superplex by Orton on Rollins. Orton drops Rollins back first off the ringside barricade. Orton starts clearing off the main announce table at ringside next. Reigns sends Orton face first into the steel ring post. Reigns, Ambrose and Rollins all start to triple team Orton. We are getting a mini-Shield reunion. Ambrose and Rollins put Orton on the shoulders of Reigns. Reigns puts Orton through the announce table! Rollins celebrates with them extending his fist. Ambrose and Reigns immediately attack Rollins. Ambrose and Reigns fight off Kane next. Ambrose lifts up Kane and Reigns powerbombs Kane over Rollins. The Spanish announce table doesn’t break. The crowd chants “ONE MORE TIME” and Reigns yells to pick him up. Ambrose picks up Kane and Reigns powerbombs Kane over Rollins a second time and this time the table breaks. Ambrose and Reigns smile at each other. Reigns says, “Loser buys the beers?” Reigns gets in the ring and they smile at each other. Ambrose and Reigns exchange rights. Ambrose with a tackle and rights. Reigns with a roll up. Reigns holds on and powerbombs Ambrose! Ambrose avoids a Superman Punch for a close roll up. Reigns lands the Superman Punch this time and Ambrose kicks out. Ambrose catches Reigns with a knee blocking a spear. Reigns connects with a spear. Rollins breaks up the pinfall. J&J attack Reigns. Reigns fights them off. Reigns chases Rollins. Ambrose clotheslines Reigns and Dirty Deeds on Rollins. Kane pulls Ambrose out and throws him into the steps. Kane picks up the steel steps and nails Ambrose and Reigns with it. Kane with a chokeslam on Reigns over the stairs. Orton trips up Kane who falls on Reigns. RKO on Noble and Mercury in the ring. Orton with a powerslam on Rollins and then a DDT through the ropes. RKO on Kane. Rollins with a Pedigree on Orton. Rollins hooks the leg and gets the pinfall.

After the match, we see replays including the mini-Shield reunion. Back live, we see Seth Rollins clutching the WWE World Heavyweight Championship on the ground. Triple H walks out smiling, picking up Rollins and holding up his arm.

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Seth Rollins vs Ryback

Prior to his match against Ryback, WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins took issue with Kane standing by as his WWE Payback opponents Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose and Randy Orton picked him apart on Raw. Despite all that, he promised that he would emerge victorious in the World Title Fatal 4-Way Match this Sunday!

Before Ryback could even get to the ring to face the outspoken titleholder, Bray Wyatt attacked him from out-of-nowhere. Nevertheless, the resilient Big Guy opted to compete anyway.

Despite a heroic performance, however, the damage had already been done. And with a little extra help from J&J Security, the “Future of WWE” finally reigned supreme with a big boot.

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Triple H returned to Raw

Daddy’s home.And he’s not happy with the mess that’s been made in his absence. While Triple H has been away, Seth Rollins and Kane have certainly played with each other’s minds, but The King of Kings’ return to Raw was all about restoring order between his warring charges before Rollins’ near-impossible title defense at WWE Payback. His scheduled powwow with The Architect and The Director of Operations didn’t quite go as planned. Champion and guardian were seconds from fisticuffs before The Game laid down a final ultimatum for the Fatal 4-Way at Payback: Should Rollins fail to retain the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at Payback, Kane would be fired.

Seth Rollins vs Randy Orton

Triple H’s first two challenges to The Authority did not pan out as he’d hoped. The third, pitting Seth Rollins against Randy Orton in an Extreme Rules rematch (sans cage), got a lot closer to the mark. It didn’t quite end the way The King of Kings had hoped, but Rollins fared better than J&J Security’s outmatched contest with Dean Ambrose and Kane’s scrapped brawl with Roman Reigns. Facing an opponent he knows almost as well as he knows himself, Rollins went move-for-move with The Viper, escaping both Orton’s backbreaker and a back drop with the greatest of ease until a hanging DDT seemingly had him dead to rights.

Joey Mercury and Jamie Noble broke up the match to end the bout in a disqualification, at which point Kane arrived, chair in hand and intended victim uncertain before Ambrose and Reigns arrived to expel J&J from the ring. As it turned out, Ambrose, Reigns and Orton had half a mind to test Kane’s loyalty, planting the champion with Dirty Deeds, a Spear and an RKO while Kane watched nonchalantly before tearing each other apart, with Ambrose getting the last laugh via Dirty Deeds on Reigns. Fair enough, given the task ahead, but payback (and Payback) Sunday might be, well, you know.

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WWE World Heavyweight Championship Fatal 4-Way Contract Signing

WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins used the WWE Payback Fatal 4-Way Match contract signing to turn his three No. 1 contenders against each other.

In fact, when order broke down, an accidental collision between Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns eventually led to an RKO to The Lunatic Fringe by Randy Orton. The Big Dog followed up with a Superman Punch to The Viper — all before The Architect returned to the ring to take down Reigns and stand tall over his three adversaries.

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Seth Rollins vs Dean Ambrose

Thanks to that trip through a ladder, Dean Ambrose was never able to make good on his promise to prevent Seth Rollins’ Money in the Bank cash-in. But thanks to a little dirty deeds by Kane — and some Dirty Deeds from The Lunatic Fringe himself — he may yet be the one to take the title away from The Architect come WWE Payback. With a spot in the WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match at stake in this SmackDown rematch thanks to Kane, Ambrose brought the crazy in convincing fashion against his onetime brother-in-arms, who was sorely hampered by the Kane-induced barring of J&J Security.

Rollins, for his part, was largely just playing catch-up as Ambrose emptied the entirety of his deep, ever-evolving arsenal to increasing returns. Except for a powerbomb into the barricade that almost earned him a count-out win, and despite an illicit match-crashing by J&J, the champion had trouble maintaining a consistent advantage. The Lunatic Fringe, meanwhile, came back for more and more eventually found paydirt with a schoolboy to send him to Payback. The wall of champions may be in play yet … pending a contract signing on SmackDown, of course.

Roman Reigns vs Randy Orton

Turns out Kane’s secret plan to control Roman Reigns vs. Randy Orton was to bring the entire Authority to ringside. With J&J as the guest timekeeper and ring announcer, Kane himself as the ringside enforcer, and Seth Rollins on commentary, the entire main event was brawled in the shadow of the assembled Authority.

And battle they did, trading blows until Kane tripped up Reigns after a Superman Punch, ending the bout in a disqualification. Of course, there was no bell to toll, as the timekeeper and the rest of The Authority barnstormed the ring and briefly turned the bout into Two Versus All until Dean Ambrose joined the fray to even the odds against the corporate power. The burst of teamwork flamed out fast once it came down to the four contenders to the title, and it became a game of one-upsmanship as Reigns Speared Rollins, Orton felled Reigns with the RKO and Ambrose followed suit, avenging his “brother” by striking The Viper down with Dirty Deeds in a display of charity and affection that may well not be there in two weeks’ time.

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