WWE RAW Results 10/13/14

WWE Monday Night RAW Results
October 13, 2014
Atlanta, Georgia
Results by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com

“Then. Now. Forever.” The WWE video leads us into the show.

The show kicks off with a video of Triple H booking John Cena and Dean Ambrose in a match at WWE Hell in a Cell. The winner of that match will go on to face Seth Rollins in a Hell in a Cell match later in the evening. Ambrose then gave Cena a Double Arm DDT. On Smackdown, their match was turned into a No Holds Barred Contract on a Pole match. Cena then gave Ambrose an Attitude Adjustment.

Dean Ambrose makes his way to the ring to a great reception from the crowd. Ambrose says there is nothing he’d like more in this world than to be locked inside a Hell in a Cell with Seth Rollins. All that steel and danger excites him because he can brutalize and pummel him so badly, Rollins will wish he’d never heard of him. Before he gets there, he’s got something standing in his way that really pisses him off. It has to do with a 15-time World Champion, a little matter with the face of WWE, John Cena. He has to get through Cena first in a No Holds Barred Contract on a Pole match. He told Cena that he had no problem dropping him where he stands, and he did that last week. Cena then did the same to him on Smackdown. It’s quite clear what The Authority is trying to do. They want him and Cena to tear each other apart to protect the golden boy, Seth Rollins. Ambrose says there is only one way to do this. He’s going to go to Hell in a Cell, grab the contract off the pole, rip the pole down, and beat Cena senseless with it. Then he’ll go to the Hell in a Cell and beat Rollins head off the cell like a basketball. There is nothing The Authority or Cena can do about it.

John Cena’s music hits, and he comes out to his typical mixed reaction. Cena says this is why they call it “Hotlanta.” Cena tells Ambrose to relax because the match is already made. They’re going to fight in two weeks at Hell in a Cell. This is a match that the WWE Universe wants to see because they know both men have a chance. They want to see who will get their hands on Seth Rollins. Now, Ambrose is out here beating his chest and talking trash. Maybe Ambrose can leave him unconscious again. Maybe Ambrose walks out of here. Maybe he doesn’t. Cena says he’ll do him a favor and give him some veteran advice. Ambrose has the match of his life coming up at Hell in a Cell in two weeks. Shut up and use the two weeks to get ready for the biggest match of his career because he’s going to bring it at Hell in a Cell.

Cena goes to leave the ring, and Ambrose sarcastically says, “Thanks for the veteran advice, big brother.” Ambrose says he was born ready to whoop his ass for years. Ambrose warns him to not talk to him like he’s some kind of chump or act like he gives a damn about him. Ambrose says he doesn’t trust him for one second. Cena says it’s Ambrose’s instability that will ruin his opportunity. Cena tells him to try to drop him now so he can see why he’s been to the mountaintop fifteen times. Ambrose will realize he’s out of his league and over his head. Ambrose has a hell of a match coming up in two weeks.

The Authority’s music hits, and Triple H comes out to the stage with Stephanie McMahon. Triple H says they’ve still got two weeks at Hell in a Cell where they can rip each other apart in a No Holds Barred Contract on a Pole to see who will face Seth Rollins. Everyone can see it for $9.99. For their own amusement, how about they fight in tag team competition. Triple H doesn’t think they could get along as partners for five minutes. Stephanie thinks they’re afraid to fight each other. Triple H asks if she wants to bet. Stephanie then books a triple threat tag team match with Cena and Ambrose facing The Usos and the WWE Tag Team Champions, Gold and Stardust. This match is next.

-Commercial Break-

Dean Ambrose and John Cena vs. Gold and Stardust vs. The Usos

The bell sounds as soon as we come back from commercial. Dean Ambrose will start against Jimmy Uso. They lock up, and Ambrose applies a side headlock. Jimmy whips him off, and Ambrose hits a shoulder block. Ambrose hits the ropes and counters a hip toss into one of his own. Ambrose executes a headlock takeover before grudgingly tagging in John Cena. Cena wrenches the arm and applies an arm bar. Cena whips him to the corner and hits a running bulldog for a one count. Ambrose is tagged back in, and they hit a double-team back elbow. Ambrose hits a snap elbow drop for a one count. Ambrose sends him to the corner, but he runs into a boot. Jey Uso is tagged in, and he runs into a drop-toe-hold. Ambrose applies a double arm chin lock before hitting a short-arm clothesline. Cena is tagged in, and they hit a wishbone split on Jey. Jey comes back with an uppercut on Cena before hitting a cross-body block. Cena rolls through and lifts him for an AA. Jey slides off and superkicks him down for a two count. Jimmy tags in, and he splashes Cena in the corner for a two count. Jimmy applies an overhead wristlock, but Cena fights up and dropkicks him down. Cena runs into a Samoan Drop trying to tag in Ambrose for a two count. Jey tags in and hits an arm drag. Jey continues to wrench the arm and dropkicks him down. Cena sidesteps an avalanche in the corner.

Ambrose and Jimmy are tagged in. Ambrose hits some running forearms on him before having a whip reversed. Ambrose comes back with a running cross-body and some wild punches. Ambrose sends him into the ropes, but he lowers his head and eats a kick. Ambrose then rebounds off the ropes with a clothesline. Stardust pulls Jimmy out of the ring and sends him into the barricade.

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see Stardust punching Jimmy before tagging in Goldust. Goldust and Stardust then give him a double stomp. Jey breaks up the pinfall. Jimmy punches him away and knocks him down. Stardust is soon tagged in, and he stomps away at Jimmy. Stardust hits a snapmare before applying a rest hold. Goldust is tagged in, and he punches him down. Goldust sends him to the corner, but Jimmy knocks Stardust off the apron and boots Goldust down. Goldust pulls Jey off the apron before Jimmy can tag in. Ambrose then clotheslines Goldust at ringside.

Jimmy tags in Cena. Stardust tags in as well. Cena hits a pair of running shoulder blocks before hitting a back suplex powerbomb. Cena hits the Five Knuckle Shuffle before going for an AA on Stardust. Stardust lands on his feet. Goldust powerslams Cena before eating a superkick from Jey Uso. They Usos then take Gold and Stardust out with stereo over the top rope dives. Cena then takes all four men out with a big cross-body block. Ambrose then goes to the top rope and hits a cannonball elbow drop on all five men. Ambrose throws Goldust and Cena into the ring. Cena gives Goldust a back body drop. Stardust runs in and takes a kick. Ambrose hits a Double Arm DDT on Goldust as Cena hits an AA on Stardust for the win.

Winners by Pinfall: Dean Ambrose and John Cena
Match Rating: * 1/2

The Authority’s music hits, and Triple H and Stephanie McMahon come back to the stage. Triple H says she was right, and they could get along. Triple H then gives her a dollar before saying that he hates to lose. Maybe they don’t have the proper motivation. Maybe they need that spark to make this all go down. They both want a shot at Seth Rollins inside Hell in a Cell. Why wait to find out who gets it? Let’s hang a contract on a pole in that corner. In a No Holds Barred match, John Cena and Dean Ambrose will tear each other limb from limb. Only one of them will get a chance to face Rollins. It’ll be the man who brings the contract down. They will tear each other apart for that right. Tonight, hell starts for both of them.

The commentators talk about how excited they are for Ambrose vs. Cena later tonight. We’ll also see Big Show face Rusev later on.

AJ Lee makes her entrance. Replays are shown of her walking out on her partner Emma last week. She’ll be in tag team action, next.

-Commercial Break-

AJ Lee and Layla vs. Paige and Alicia Fox

A pre-taped interview is shown with AJ Lee. AJ says she wouldn’t walk off on Layla because out of all the Divas, she dislikes her the least. She can get along with Layla for one night. They then have a really awkward hug.

AJ Lee will start the match against Alicia Fox. Alicia goes for a body slam, but AJ takes her down with a spinning heel kick. AJ tries to force Paige to tag in, but she refuses. Alicia reverses a whip and hits a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker for a near fall. Paige tags in, and she skips around the ring. AJ gets to her feet while Paige has her back to her. Paige then sees her and runs away. Alicia is quickly tagged in, and she attacks AJ from behind. AJ avoids a kick from Alicia and goes to tag in Layla, but she gets off the apron. Alicia rolls her up, but AJ kicks out and hits the Shining Wizard for the win.

Winners by Pinfall: AJ Lee and Layla
Match Rating: 1/4 *

AJ attacks Layla as she goes up the ramp and sends her into the barricade a few times. AJ then grabs the WWE Divas Championship and skips away from the ring.

Footage is shown of Big Show tearing down the Russian Federation flag two weeks ago. He’ll face Rusev later tonight. We’ll also see John Cena and Dean Ambrose fight in a No Holds Barred Contract on a Pole match.

-Commercial Break-

Stephanie McMahon is fixing Triple H’s lapel in the back. Randy Orton walks in. Orton says before he goes out and destroys Dolph Ziggler to prove that no one can hang in the ring with him, he wants to get something straight. Seth Rollins says he’s the future of the WWE, so the future must still be far off. Rollins also wants the spotlight, and he can have it as long as he doesn’t take from him. John Cena and Dean Ambrose can both beat Rollins any day of the week, but they can’t beat him. Orton wants a match at Hell in a Cell as well. Whoever Rollins faces at Hell in a Cell, he wants the other guy. It’ll either be Randy Orton versus John Cena or Randy Orton versus Dean Ambrose in the main event at Hell in a Cell. Triple H says that sounds good.

The commentators talk about how we’ll now see two Hell in a Cell matches.

A video showcases the new and improved Erick Rowan who is childlike and had his innocence robbed of him.

Dolph Ziggler makes his entrance. He’ll face Randy Orton, next.

-Commercial Break-

Cesaro will be on commentary for the next match.

Dolph Ziggler vs. Randy Orton

They take their time before locking up. Orton backs Ziggler into the corner and gives a clean break. They lock up again, and Ziggler backs him into the corner. Ziggler tries to give a clean break, but he has to block a punch from Orton. Ziggler punches Orton out of the ring before bouncing him off the steel steps. Ziggler rolls him into the ring and punches him down. Ziggler punches away at him before hitting a stinger splash. Ziggler taunts him before going for an elbow drop, but Orton moves. Ziggler then applies a chin lock. Orton powers up and counters with a back suplex. Orton stomps the face for a one count. Orton taunts the crowd a bit before Ziggler makes a comeback. Ziggler bounces him off the turnbuckles a few times before hitting a dropkick for a two count. Orton quickly pulls Ziggler face-first into the turnbuckle. Orton stomps him before hitting a front suplex on the top rope. Orton taunts the crowd before pulling on Ziggler’s hair. Ziggler snaps him off the top rope for a two count. Orton rolls out of the ring to recover. Ziggler grabs him and sends him into the barricade before rolling him into the ring for a two count. Orton reverses a whip into the corner and sends him into the ring post shoulder first.

Orton begins to smile and taunt the crowd some more. Orton gets them going before going for a hanging DDT. Ziggler counters and drops him to the apron before dropkicking him to the floor. Ziggler taunts him and tells him to get into the ring. Seth Rollins then saunters out to the stage with the Money in the Bank briefcase. Orton yells at Rollins as we go to commercial.

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see Orton applying a headlock to Ziggler. During the commercial, Orton gave Ziggler a back suplex on the commentary table. Ziggler fights up and stuns him with a right hand. Orton counters a dropkick into a catapult into the corner for a two count. Orton puts him on the top rope and punches away at him. Rollins is seen watching the match from the ramp. Orton takes some time before attempting a superplex. Ziggler fights him and head-butts him to the mat. Orton quickly hits the ropes to crotch him up there. Orton then connects with a big superplex for a near fall.

Orton punches away at Ziggler. Ziggler comes back with punches of his own, but Orton cuts him off with a kick. Ziggler hits a pair of clotheslines before connecting with a stinger splash. Ziggler follows up with a neckbreaker and an elbow drop for a two count. Orton blocks a superkick, spins him around, and hits a powerslam for a near fall. Orton plants him with a hanging DDT, and he signals to the crowd that it’s time for the RKO. Ziggler surprises him with a rollup for a near fall. Ziggler goes for a famouser, but Orton moves. Ziggler then superkicks him for a near fall. They take their time pulling themselves up. Orton holds on to the ropes to counter a Zig-Zag. Orton counters a famouser by getting him on his shoulders in a powerbomb position before sliding him off into an RKO for the win!

Winner by Pinfall: Randy Orton
Match Rating: ** 1/2

Randy Orton celebrates in the ring as Seth Rollins watches from the ramp. Rollins then approaches the ring and gets in. The crowd chants, “You sold out” toward Rollins. Orton yells at him to get out of the ring. Rollins then hits Ziggler with a Curb Stomp before holding up the Money in the Bank briefcase.

John Cena will face Dean Ambrose in a No Holds Barred Contract on a Pole match later tonight. The winner faces Seth Rollins at Hell in a Cell and the loser will face Randy Orton at the same show. Both matches will be contested in the Hell in a Cell.

-Commercial Break-

Seth Rollins vs. Jack Swagger w/ Zeb Colter

They circle the ring, and Rollins applies a side headlock. Swagger pushes him off, but he misses an avalanche. Rollins taunts him before trying for another side headlock. Swagger applies one of his own, but Rollins gets out and sidesteps him again. Rollins taunts him, and Swagger applies a headlock. Rollins counters into a hammerlock, but Swagger gets out. They hit the ropes, and Rollins slides out of the ring to waste time. Rollins smiles and says it’s too easy. Rollins gets on the apron, avoids a chop block, but eats a shoulder block. Swagger brings him into the ring the hard way before trying to choke him on the top rope. Rollins elbows him away and goes to the top rope. Swagger goes for a top rope belly-to-belly suplex, but Rollins snaps his arm off the top rope. Rollins wrenches the arm a few times before hitting an arm breaker. Rollins bends the arm and stomps it. Rollins bends the arm back a few times before putting him in a hammerlock and send him into the corner.

Swagger counters out of an arm bar and hits a belly-to-belly side suplex. Swagger knees him in the corner before throwing him across the ring. Swagger goes for a Swagger Bomb, but Rollins rolls out of the ring. Swagger leaves the ring and clotheslines him down. Swagger bounces him off the steps and throws him into the ring. Randy Orton then comes down the ramp to watch this match, just like Rollins did to him a little while ago. Rollins quickly attacks the distracted Swagger before taking him out with a suicide dive.

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see Swagger punch Rollins back. Rollins slingshots over him and catches him with an enzuigiri for a near fall. Rollins hits a running forearm smash in the corner before taunting the crowd. Rollins knees him in the midsection a few times. Swagger tries to fight back, but Rollins kicks him in the midsection. Rollins hits a snapmare and kicks him in the spine. Rollins talks a little trash to Orton as the crowd chants that Rollins sucks. Rollins stomps away at him a few times before applying an overhead wristlock. Swagger fights up and counters a slingshot into a wheelbarrow German Suplex for a near fall!

Swagger hits a big clothesline before sending him hard into the corner to turn him inside out. Swagger then catches him with a back body drop. Swagger hits the Swagger Bomb for a near fall. Swagger goes for a Gutwrench Powerbomb, but Rollins slides off and boots him in the face. Rollins comes off the second rope, but Swagger catches him and slams him down for a near fall. Swagger hits a chop block and applies the Patriot Lock, but Rollins soon rolls through. Rollins rolls him up before letting go and kicking him in the face. Rollins goes for a Curb Stomp, but Swagger avoids it and applies the Patriot Lock. Rollins quickly gets to the bottom rope. Swagger throws him into the corner before going for a slam, but Rollins rolls him up and grabs the tights for the win.

Winner by Pinfall: Seth Rollins
Match Rating: * 1/2

Randy Orton immediately runs into the ring and gives Swagger an RKO before getting in Rollins’ face. Orton and Rollins go face to face, and the crowd is really buzzing. They talk trash to one another before stepping away. Rollins leaves the ring and grabs his briefcase.

John Cena will face Dean Ambrose in a No Holds Barred Contract on a Pole match later tonight. The winner faces Seth Rollins and the loser faces Randy Orton at Hell in a Cell.

-Commercial Break-

Renee Young is backstage with Dean Ambrose. Renee says he’s already had one match tonight. Now he needs to face John Cena in a No Holds Barred Contract on a Pole match. Ambrose tells her not to expect him to be a nice guy to John Cena because he’s not a nice guy. Triple H has known him for a while. When he says anytime, anywhere, he means it. When you’re big star bound, it’s a long, hard ride. He’s going to put John Cena in his place two weeks early. Ambrose says he’s stamping Rollins’ ticket to hell, and Cena will be right next to him. They’re on the highway to hell.

Todd Philips is backstage with Big Show. Philips asks him about standing up for 318 million Americans tonight. Big Show says he knocked Rusev unconscious and proved that he’s not unbeatable. Rusev has a glass jaw, and he’ll shatter it. Mark Henry came so close to beating him. No offense to Henry, but if anyone is going to carry America and Hotlanta, it’ll be him with the largest shoulders around. Big Show is going to show him what he learned in sensitivity training.

Rusev makes his entrance to the ring with Lana by his side. He’ll face Big Show, next.

-Commercial Break-

Lana speaks in her native tongue before saying today is Columbus Day in America. It’s a day to honor Christopher Columbus for discovering this pathetic country. Some would say he was stubborn, clueless, and an egomaniac that simply got lost. Others would say he wasn’t very nice to the Indians where they were banished to a reservation and built a casino. All of the Americans will go to those casinos and lose their money faster than the Atlanta Braves lose their baseball games. The crowd loudly boos her. Rusev takes the microphone and yells at the crowd. Rusev says Big Show’s actions will have consequences. A USA chant starts up. Lana tells them to shut up, and it gets louder. Rusev says if Big Show has a spine, he’ll rip it out with his hands. Just like Mark Henry, he will fail the stupid Americans. Big Show will be crushed.

Rusev w/ Lana vs. Big Show

Charles Robinson, my favorite referee ever, is the official for this match. The bell sounds, and Big Show quickly big boots him down. Big Show clubs the back before sending him to the corner. Big Show chops the chest and throws him out of the ring as a USA chant fires up. Big Show slams him off the commentary table before chopping the chest. Big Show sends him into the barricade and stands over him. Lana shouts at him as she angrily watches on. Big Show rolls him into the ring and catches him with a head-butt. Big Show chops the chest before pushing Rusev out of the ring again. Big Show sends him into the barricade as Lana shouts instructions to Rusev. Big Show throws him into the ring and chops the chest again. Big Show head-butts him down before dropping an elbow. Rusev gasps for breath and crawls to the corner. The crowd starts a tomahawk chop chant, and Big Show responds in kind with a “tomahawk” chop to the chest to a huge pop. Big Show then stands on Rusev’s chest. Big Show puts him in the corner and hits the ropes, but Rusev wipes him out with a big dropkick!

Rusev stomps away at Big Show before stomping the spine a few times. Rusev climbs on his back, but he cannot apply the Accolade. Big Show punches back at him before Rusev hits a throat thrust. Rusev then clotheslines him out of the ring.

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see Big Show trapped in a cobra clutch. Big Show fights up and punches out. Rusev knees him before avalanching him in the corner. Rusev applies a front face lock, but Big Show soon slides out. Big Show fights up after a bit and head-butts him away. Big Show goes to the second rope for an elbow drop, but Rusev rolls out of the way. Rusev quickly goes back to a front face lock. Big Show fights up and gets out with a body slam. Big Show clenches his fist and goes for a Knockout Punch, but Rusev hits a thrust kick. Rusev stomps the spine and applies the Accolade! Mark Henry makes his way to ringside and cheers Big Show on. Henry gets on the apron, and Rusev knocks him off. Rusev stomps the spine and reapplies the Accolade on the Big Show. Henry then clotheslines Rusev off Big Show.

Winner by Disqualification: Rusev
Match Rating: **

Mark Henry helps Big Show to his feet. Big Show grimaces in pain before having some words with Henry. Big Show then acts like he understands. Big Show and Henry then corner Rusev at ringside. Rusev punches away at Henry before turning into a Knockout Punch from Big Show! Big Show and Henry stand over the unconscious Rusev before going off to the back.

John Cena will face Dean Ambrose in a No Holds Barred Contract on a Pole match later tonight.

Sheamus is walking backstage when Renee Young stops him. Renee asks how he feels about getting another shot at The Miz. Sheamus says there is only one thing worse than The Miz and that’s two Miz’s. Sheamus says they’re like a rash that won’t go away, so he’ll give him two Brogue Kicks and have them call him in the morning.

-Commercial Break-

A sneak peek of “Chrisley Knows Best” is shown. Todd Chrisley is shown at ringside with his two sons. Todd Philips interviews him, and he talks about how much his son loves the WWE. Chrisley then says he just wants to raise good kids.

Sheamus vs. The Miz w/ Damien Mizdow

The bell rings, and Miz quickly avoids a clothesline and gets out of the ring. Sheamus chases him around the ring, and Miz stomps him as he gets in the ring. Sheamus clubs him before sending him into the ropes for a back elbow. Miz gets away and tries to leave the ring, but Sheamus grabs him and hits a hip toss. They show Mizdow at ringside mimicking everything that is going on in the match. Sheamus then throws Miz out of the ring into Mizdow. Sheamus taunts him. Miz gets in the ring, and he falls to the mat to avoid a punch. Miz punches and kicks away at Sheamus before hitting his trademark corner clothesline. Miz punches away at him before booting him in the face for a near fall. Miz applies a chin lock as the crowd chants, “We want Sandow.”

Sheamus fights out and hits some Irish hammers before shouldering him in the corner and hitting a high knee lift. Miz avoids a high knee to the chest and hits a kneeling DDT for a near fall. Miz slaps away at him, and Sheamus gets fired up. Sheamus blocks a kick and pushes him out of the ring. Mizdow lays next to him and mimics him. They both try to crawl under the ring. Sheamus grabs Mizdow by accident and Brogue Kicks him. Miz then gets to the other side of the ring and gets in to win by count-out.

Winner by Count-Out: The Miz
Match Rating: * 1/4

The cast of Total Divas is talking to someone from the Real Housewives of Somewhere when Cameron comes up and gives her attitude.

John Cena and Dean Ambrose will face each other in a No Holds Barred Contract on a Pole match later tonight.

-Commercial Break-

Nikki Bella, Cameron, and Summer Rae vs. Brie Bella, Natalya, and Naomi w/ Rosa Mendes

NeNe Leakes is introduced to the ring. She comes out to a less than receptive crowd. Natalya will start the match against Cameron. Cameron misses a slap before connecting. How does that even happen? Natalya slaps her down and things happen. Honestly, Cameron is so horrible it’s hard to recap what she does. Nikki Bella is tagged in, and she shoulder blocks Natalya down for a two count. Nikki slams her head off the mat a few times before taunting Brie. Natalya rolls her up for a two count. Nikki then stops her from tagging her partners. Summer Rae is tagged in, and she kicks Natalya before taunting the crowd. Natalya then avoids a leg drop. Brie Bella is tagged in, and she clotheslines her. Brie kicks her in the face and scares Nikki away. Brie dropkicks Summer down before getting the crowd into it. Brie knees her in the face for a two count broken up by Cameron. Naomi runs in, and Cameron throws her out. Natalya and Cameron fight out of the ring. Summer hits Brie with a jawbreaker, and Nikki Bella tags in. Nikki attacks her sister and goes for the Rack Attack, but Brie flips through. Brie then kicks her and hits a sit-out face-buster for the win.

Winners by Pinfall: Brie Bella, Natalya, and Naomi
Match Rating: 1/4 *

The main event of John Cena and Dean Ambrose will be coming in a little bit despite it being 10:45 EST already.

-Commercial Break-

Sheamus will team with The Usos to take on The Miz and Gold and Stardust this Friday on Smackdown.

Renee Young is backstage with John Cena. Cena says in moments they’ll get the main event for Hell in a Cell. He’ll face Dean Ambrose in a match that has been trending all night. The WWE Universe leapt to their feet after Ambrose laid him out last week. Ambrose is a loose cannon, but he has the guts to stand in the ring with him. Tonight is about toughness, guts, and brains. The Authority thinks they’ll rip each other to shreds, and that will happen to get a shot at Seth Rollins. Cena says the brightest young star in the WWE is going one-on-one with the man who runs the place, next.

A video is shown of Bray Wyatt talking about Sister Abigail.

The Authority makes their way to the ring. The main event is next.

-Commercial Break-

No Holds Barred Contract on a Pole Match
John Cena vs. Dean Ambrose

Before the match begins, Seth Rollins’ music hits. Rollins comes to the foot of the ramp. Randy Orton’s music hits, and he joins Rollins at the foot of the ramp. Kane’s music then hits, and he comes out as well.

This supposed PPV main event is starting up at 10:59 EST. The bell sounds, and both men make a break for the pole. Ambrose punches away at Cena before having a whip reversed on him. Ambrose ducks a clothesline and hits a running cross-body block followed by some fast right hands. Ambrose stomps him down in the corner and begins climbing the corner where the pole is. Cena takes him out with a back suplex. Cena then hits a quick fisherman’s suplex before repeating the move. Cena hits a third suplex as Kane, Orton, and Rollins are smiling and clapping. Cena sends him into the corner and goes for a bulldog, but Ambrose throws him off. Cena falls out of the ring, and Ambrose follows him outside to beat Cena up some more. JBL yells over why Ambrose wouldn’t just get the contract. Cena goes for an AA on the stage, but Ambrose slides off and gives him a suplex on the steel. Ambrose jogs down to the ring holding his lower back. Ambrose slowly climbs the ropes, and Cena catches him with an electric chair drop.

Cena climbs the ropes, but Ambrose pulls him off. Cena goes for the AA, but Ambrose slides off and goes for a Double Arm DDT. Cena counters into an STF, but Ambrose soon bites the hand to get out. Ambrose dropkicks him out of the ring and takes him out with a suicide dive. Ambrose bounces him off the steps, but Cena comes back with some step spots. Ambrose then reverses a whip into the barricade. Randy Orton talks trash to Ambrose, so he slaps him back. Cena attacks Ambrose from behind and throws him into The Authority. Kane, Rollins, and Orton attack the two men. They soon clear the ring of them. Cena hits Kane with an AA. When he turns around, he sees Dean Ambrose on the top rope. Ambrose does the “You can’t see me” taunt before pulling the contract down.

Winner: Dean Ambrose
Match Rating: * 1/2

Dean Ambrose will face Seth Rollins in a Hell in a Cell match. John Cena will face Randy Orton in a Hell in a Cell match. Rollins and Orton have a stare down with their opponents at Hell in a Cell.


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Quick Match Results

Dean Ambrose and John Cena def. Gold and Stardust and The Usos
AJ Lee and Layla def. Paige and Alicia Fox
Randy Orton def. Dolph Ziggler (non-title)
Seth Rollins def. Jack Swagger
Rusev def. Big Show via DQ
The Miz def. Sheamus via CO
Brie Bella, Natalya, and Naomi def. Nikki Bella, Cameron, and Summer Rae
Dean Ambrose def. John Cena in a No Holds Barred Contract on a Pole match

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