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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?

Links:
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

     

Seth Rollins vs J&J Security

Two weeks ago, Seth Rollins had a title, a security team and a 7-foot enforcer. He had none of those things by Raw’s end when, having goaded J&J Security into a match he felt would be a tune-up, Rollins instead suffered one of the most demoralizing losses of his career. It’s not that Joey Mercury & Jamie Noble are slouches — far from it. But their track record hasn’t been great and Rollins has.

Despite all that, The Architect’s plans were dashed to pieces when Dean Ambrose, whose tour of New Orleans had taken him to ringside with Rollins WWE World Heavyweight Championship, dangled the prize in his former “brother’s” face. The distraction allowed Mercury to schoolboy The Architect for the pin. To add insult to injury, Ambrose crushed his former friend even more after the loss, hitting Dirty Deeds and taking the title back before posing atop a ladder with the title in hand. Let the good times roll, Dean-o.

Links:
1. Digitals
2. Screencaptures

The Authority called out Dean Ambrose

For those of you keeping score at home, Dean Ambrose is still AWOL with Seth Rollins’ stolen WWE World Heavyweight Title in his possession. Triple H promised consequences for The Lunatic Fringe should the title go unreturned, and since Ambrose was nowhere to be found, The Game decided to focus his attention on the madman’s accomplice instead. That’d be Roman Reigns, who assisted in Ambrose’s heist and was left to take the proverbial bullet for his “brother.”

It’s not that Reigns minded a chance to laugh in the face of the flustered King of Kings, though, as he was also there to offer Ambrose’s terms. Ambrose would show his face again if, at Money in the Bank, The Authority granted him a Ladder Match for the title. Despite the outcome — a belligerent Rollins accepted and stormed off — The Game soon found a way to wipe the smile from The Big Dog’s face. The COO opted to punishhiminstead of the absentee Ambrose in the form of a match with Reigns’ Money in the Bank spot on the line.

Roman Reigns vs Bray Wyatt

He’s still money — what’s left of him, anyway. Roman Reigns, already raked in the face and pulverized in the ribs, was forced to put his Money in the Bank opportunity up for grabs for the third time in a single night. And with Bray Wyatt across from him, The Big Dog had his work cut out for him in a big way. The 2014 Superstar of the Year stepped up in a big way as well, brawling through the pain to keep The Eater of Worlds on his heels, despite the presence of The Authority at the top of the ramp.

The corporate power didn’t wait too long to interfere in the match properly, surrounding the ring after a last-gasp Superman Punch left Wyatt out and Reigns spent. Reigns recovered in time to turn the tide, shoving The New Face of Fear into Kane on the apron and exploding into a Spear on the rebound for three. Dean Ambrose finally made his entrance right as The Authority began to swarm in the aftermath, assisting The Big Dog in beating back Kane, Seth Rollins and J&J Security before escaping, once again, into the crowd. The craziest part? Ambrose even gave Rollins his title back, tossing it into The Architect’s hands before Dirty Deeds’ing it out of his clutches and absconding with the prize once again. Who says Dean Ambrose doesn’t do as he asks?

Link:
1. Digitals
2. Screencaptures

 

The Authority issued an ultimatum to Dean Ambrose

Under duress” is a polite way to describe the manner in which Dean Ambrose got his WWE World Heavyweight Title opportunity against Seth Rollins last week, but The Authority, fair sports that they are, decided to honor The Lunatic Fringe’s unique negotiation tactics … provided a bit of formalities were out of the way first. Triple H, Stephanie McMahon & Co., in a Raw-opening address to the WWE Universe, told the former U.S. Champion the match was all his, provided his name was on the official contract by night’s end.

Given that this wasn’t shaping up to be so simple as lending the guy a pen, Roman Reigns stormed to his brother-in-arms’ aid when it looked like Dean was headed for the wrong end of a group beatdown. Which turned out to be both a blessing and a curse; while Ambrose was temporarily saved, the Shield vets found themselves wrangled into a tag-team bout against Rollins & Kane.

Seth Rollins and Kane vs Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns

Everything’s coming up Ambrose! Even though The Lunatic Fringe hadn’t yet put his name on the official WWE World Heavyweight Title Match contract, the No. 1 contender — with some backup from Roman Reigns — showed his mettle with an (wait for it) authoritative victory over Seth Rollins & Kane in a match the Shield veterans controlled handily from the word jump.

The only point it looked like The Authority might win, in fact, was when Rollins bailed Kane out of a Superman Punch-elbow drop combo from his old buddies. The Achitect briefly put Ambrose on his heels after that and nearly pulled his team out of the fire, but he found himself toasted by The Lunatic Fringe when his attempt to reverse Ambrose’s rebound lariat was itself reversed into a backslide for three. Unfortunately for Ambrose, though, a post-match scuffle that ended with the cameraman taking an errant hit ended in an arrest for simple assault by a pair of New York police officers. The Lunatic Fringe is going to jail.

Dean Ambrose signed his WWE WHC Contract

Turnabout is fair play, and technicalities are a funny thing. With Dean Ambrose temporarily incarcerated (even though Rollins instigated the fracas that sent him away in the first place) and therefore unable to sign his title match contract, Roman Reigns once again came to his friend’s rescue, rushing the ring and taking the fight to all The Authority at once for trying to rob his friend of his title match.

In an inverse of the night’s opening incident, just when it looked like Roman was headed for a world of hurt, Ambrose, exonerated by some cell-phone footage by a backstage worker, made a triumphant return to the arena behind the wheel of the same paddy wagon that took him away, assisting Reigns in clearing out The Authority with a pair of nightsticks as the night came to an end. The best part? He even signed the contract! Signed, sealed and completely legal.

Links:
1. Digitals
2. Screencaptures

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.

Links:
1. Digitals
2. Screencaptures