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Ambrose proved he had Rollins’ back right from the bell as he stepped to McIntyre when it appeared Drew was going to inject himself into the contest. Rollins embodied that same mentality, quickly taking the fight to Dolph with an array of strikes and chops. Ziggler cunningly took advantage, swarming Rollins with gritty offense designed to keep The Architect both cornered and down.

Rollins then countered a Ziggler-attempted crossbody, which resulted in Rollins dropping The Showoff (and inadvertently himself) over the top rope onto the floor with an unbelievable suplex. Each Superstar scored with big hits from there. Ziggler spiked Rollins with a ring-rattling spike DDT onto the edge of the ring. The Kingslayer battled back and hit Dolph with an awe-inspiring reverse Superplex from the top freaking rope, which he then followed with a Falcon Arrow.

That unbelievable sequence had Rollins closing in on the victory, but The Scottish Psychopath chucked Ambrose into the steel steps on the outside, which distracted Rollins. Ziggler used the opening to connect with the Zig Zag, but The Architect miraculously kicked out, which brought McIntyre to the apron, but The Lunatic Fringe stopped The Scottish Psychopath and dropped him with Dirty Deeds.

With the fight now even, Rollins countered Ziggler’s superkick with one of his own and then put Ziggler’s lights out with a Stomp for the victory and his second Intercontinental Championship.

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Believe this: Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins, brothers-turned-rivals and back, reformed their alliance and burned down “The Bar,” defeating Cesaro & Sheamus in Brooklyn’s Barclays Center to become the new Raw Tag Team Champions.

Yes, this really happened. Not only did The Lunatic Fringe successfully win tag team gold with the man he once vowed to hunt to the ends of the Earth, but the two reunited Shield-mates knocked off one of the most imposing tandems in WWE to do it. Cesaro & Sheamus held an undeniable early advantage over the challengers, bullying them around the ring and employing a tag team strategy that was all but ironclad. The Swiss Cyborg knocked Ambrose off the apron into the path of a waiting Brogue Kick, while Sheamus joined in with his partner to smash Rollins hip-first onto the arena floor.

With The Lunatic Fringe briefly kayoed, Sheamus metaphorically tore Rollins to pieces, while Cesaro leapt over the outside barricade and literally tore apart a beach ball that had been making its way through the capacity crowd. Even though Ambrose roused to life and helped get his team back in the match, “The Bar” held a narrow advantage by the skin of their fingertips. Even as Ambrose & Rollins got more and more innovative, the titles remained just beyond their reach, usually because either Cesaro or Sheamus saved the other from disaster. (The King of Swing had the biggest save of all, bailing Sheamus out of a potential double powerbomb.) Now, it was Ambrose who found himself isolated and trapped in Cesaro’s Sharpshooter after Sheamus flattened Rollins with a rolling senton to the outside. The champs took full advantage of the two-on-one, hitting a top-rope clothesline-powerbomb combo and landing a cheap blow after a brief distraction of the referee.

This wasn’t exactly overwhelming to The Lunatic Fringe, who all but dared the champions to hit him with their best shot. So, they did, setting him up for a double-team White Noise variation. But the move never hit home. Rollins repaid Ambrose’s earlier assault and rose to life, connecting with a springboard hurricanrana that hurled Cesaro into his partner, then superkicking both champs and blasting the legal man Sheamus with his ripcord knee to the face. Ambrose provided the finishing touch to The Alabaster Gladiator, hitting Dirty Deeds to break “The Bar” and win the Raw Tag Team Titles.

Given that the new titleholders celebrated their win with the old-school Shield fist bump, allow us to sum it up in the only way that feels appropriate: “November, Echo, Whiskey, Charlie, Hotel, Alpha, Mike, Papa, Sierra.”

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One is a team of two rivals, thrown together by circumstance and hardened by respect into a two-time title-carrying tandem. The other is a team of brothers, ripped apart by ambition and slowly, painfully, reformed by redemption. And one of them will walk out of SummerSlam as the Raw Tag Team Champions.

Having finally reconciled their differences after a knock-down, drag-out brawl, Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins will challenge Cesaro & Sheamus for Team Red’s tandem titles, bringing the most rabid rivalry of The Shield’s dissolution to a long-awaited end. And it certainly took a hard sell on Rollins’ part to get it to happen: After weeks of Rollins attempting to make amends for his betrayal three years ago, Ambrose finally came around to The Kingslayer’s cause when the former turncoat rescued him from a beatdown by the dominant Raw Tag Team Champions. Only now it was Rollins who wasn’t ready to play nice, fed up with The Lunatic Fringe’s unwillingness to take him at his word that he was a changed man.

In a heated confrontation the next week on Raw, the two put their cards on the table and worked out all their pent-up aggression, and The Swiss Cyborg and The Alabaster Gladiator took that moment to jump on their recent rivals. Only Ambrose & Rollins fought back in unison this time, driving the champs away and finally delivering a (reciprocated) Shield fist bump moments before the match was sanctioned in earnest. Now, the team nobody expected takes on the reunion many thought would never come. And if Ambrose & Rollins have retained even a specter of their old dominance … well, it just might be time to re-set the bar.

To see who walks out of Brooklyn as Raw Tag Team Champions, tune in to SummerSlam, streaming live this Sunday at a special start time of 7 ET/4 PT on the award-winning WWE Network.