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Don’t let last week’s unexpected rescue fool you: Dean Ambrose still isn’t down for a mini-Shield reunion with Seth Rollins. Despite having rescued The Kingslayer from The Miz & The Miztourage last week, The Lunatic Fringe assured his former brother that Rollins was simply in the vicinity of his intended target — that’d be The Miz — and his distrust of the former Authority man hasn’t dimmed one bit since Rollins disintegrated The Hounds of Justice.

Rollins, looking to finally put the past in the past, offered an unprecedented apology to Ambrose and even a free crack with a steel chair, but The Lunatic Fringe couldn’t bring himself to follow through. Miz and The Miztourage had no such qualms, however, surrounding the ring and picking both Rollins and Ambrose apart with steel chairs of their own. The numbers game strikes again — though not against the Superstars you’d expect.

It was later announced by Kurt Angle, that Seth and Dean will face The Miz, Curtis Axel and Bo Dallas in a Handicap match next week on RAW

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The Miz managed to hold off Dean Ambrose and retain his Intercontinental Title at WWE Great Balls of Fire (with assists from Maryse and The Miztourage, of course), so he came to Raw with one thing in mind: to give himself and his people some awards.

In fact, The first-ever “Mizzies” were little more than an excuse for Miz to present trophies to his team: Bo Dallas & Curtis Axel co-won Best Supporting Actor, Maryse won Most Beautiful, Gorgeous, Sexy Leading Lady and Miz himself won Greatest Man in WWE. And during his “acceptance speech,” The A-Lister came out of left field to label The Hardys, Akira Tozawa and Seth Rollins as “frauds.”

But The Lunatic Fringe was ready to play spoiler, crashing The Mizzies and taking the fight back to the Intercontinental Champion. Much like WWE Great Balls of Fire, Ambrose found himself outnumbered, at least until he cleared the ring with a clutch assist from one of the very same men Miz called a fraud: Seth Freakin’ Rollins.

Despite the brief reunion, however, Ambrose wasn’t exactly raring to re-team with his old running mate in a pointed backstage confrontation.

A jab to the eye cost Seth Rollins his bout with Bray Wyatt at WWE Great Balls of Fire, but the rematch on Raw was, ironically, eye opening in several capacities. To begin with, it reaffirmed Wyatt’s power — despite Rollins compromising his hand so he couldn’t cheap-shot him again, The Reaper of Souls reversed Rollins’ jumping knee with a headbutt to the eye and hit Sister Abigail to win.

For another, when Wyatt vanished after the end of the match, The Miz and The Miztourage reappeared to pick the bones, and Dean Ambrose came to his former brother’s rescue with a chair, an eye-opening change of tune given his fight-our-own-battles speech to Rollins earlier in the night.

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Seth Rollins may never believe that Bray Wyatt is a “god,” but The Reaper of Souls cast The Architect down all the same in the opening match of the first-ever WWE Great Balls of Fire pay-per-view event, and he did so with absolute relish.

After weeks of absorbing insults — “blasphemy,” in his words — from Rollins, Wyatt seemed to enjoy getting in The Kingslayer’s head in the early goings of their long-brewing confrontation. The Reaper of Souls laughed off The Architect’s early attacks and dangled upside-down off the ring post, stopping Seth cold right as he was about to pounce. Wyatt only turned on the jets once Rollins had been good and duly unmanned, and once he did, The Eater of Worlds quickly looked like a “god” of the Old Testament variety. The Kingslayer was subjected to all manner of savagery, landing face-first on the steel steps before suffering a superplex off the top rope and an unorthodox maneuver that spiked him forehead first into the apron.

The Kingslayer only managed to find daylight after dodging a running senton from his foe, and Rollins quickly threw his body to the wind in an attempt to claw out of the abyss. Bray answered in kind, blasting The Architect with a clothesline that forced Seth to deplete his own strength with maneuvers like a Michinoku Driver. Rollins’ persistence led Wyatt to scream “FIGHT ME!” at the top of his lungs, and The Architect obliged, driving The Eater of Worlds out of the ring with a flurry of fists and kicks.

Alas, boxing with a self-proclaimed “god” turned out to be a bad move for The Man. While the ref attempted to peel Rollins off his foe, Wyatt jabbed The Architect in the eye with his thumb. Quite literally blinded by Wyatt’s power, Rollins was easy pickings for a Sister Abigail that put him down for three.

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Before a live event show at the MSG in NY, Seth did media rounds in the early morning and took a visit at the Jim & Sam show. They talked about Seth’s upcoming movie “Armed Response”, which will be in theatres and on-demand on August 4th, Seth’s earliy starts in the wrestling business and much more!

Seth Rollins will dare to step into the darkness and go head-to-head against Bray Wyatt when the two intense adversaries battle at the first-ever WWE Great Balls of Fire pay-per-view on Sunday, July 9.

Wyatt considers himself a “god” and has set his mystical sights of Rollins, though he’ll get no worship from The Kingslayer, who toppled the would-be deity with a sacrifice dive from the top rope to the outside on the June 19 edition of Monday Night Raw – resulting in Rollins needing three stitches to close a gash on the side of his face.

The Eater of Worlds’ labyrinthine proclamations seem to have had no effect on Rollins, who has continued to label Wyatt a “coward.” Nevertheless, one week after their high-flying altercation, Wyatt made a calculated move of his own when he challenged the WWE 2K18 cover Superstar to a showdown at WWE Great Balls of Fire. The Eater of Worlds claimed the event would be the day of Rollins’ “reclamation” where he would either embrace what Wyatt claimed he really was or “burn.”

With these two fierce competitors preparing to do battle, will Rollins regret his so-called “blasphemy” toward his ominous foe? Or will it prove to be a scary outcome for The New Face of Fear? Find out this Sunday at 8 ET/5 PT at the inaugural WWE Great Balls of Fire pay-per-view, streaming live on the award-winning WWE Network.