Tetsujin Posted August 21, 2018 Report Share Posted August 21, 2018 The whole purpose of this match was to introduce the new Dean Ambrose, and holy shit he ruled here. The grappling opening sequences felt organic, Ambrose's headlock was ruthless, but then he started to give Ziggler some brutal chops and lariats and even a great fallaway slam. No rebound lariats, no shitty stinger's splash followed by a running bulldog, no suicide dive, none of that, just power. And it fix Ambrose's new body and attitude perfectly. The Dirty Deeds outta nowhere was a great finish for a very good tv match, and a perfect reborn for the Lunatic Fringe. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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