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Image and video hosting by TinyPic Ring Name: Roman Reigns
Date of Birth: May 25, 1985
From: Pensacola, FL
Pro Wrestling Debut: 2010
Leati “Joseph” Anoa’i is a former American professional football player turned WWE Superstar. He signed with the WWE in 2010, where he worked in the developmental sector FCW under different variations of his name until settling on Roman Reigns. He made his main roster debut in November 2012 alongside Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose as the Shield. Reigns is a 3-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion, a one-time WWE Tag Team Champion (with Rollins), and was the 2015 Royal Rumble winner. He has many achievements including Superstar of the Year, and setting records at both Survivor Series and Royal Rumble. He has main evented Wrestlemania 3x including Wrestlemania 32 where he became 3-time World Heavyweight Champion. Roman Reigns has proven that this is his yard and we can’t wait to see what he does next.

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Published By: Brittany
Date: April 11th


The Shield Comes To Daniel Bryan’s aid

Kane sends Bryan into the ringside barrier while Batista and Orton send the Usos back into the ring. Orton hits an RKO on Jey while Jimmy is set up for a Batista Bomb. Kane rearranges the announce table for Daniel Bryan. Kane grabs Bryan by the throat but Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose attack Kane. Roman Reigns joins in and they triple team Kane.

Batista and Orton wait in the ring for the Shield and The Shield get on the apron. Orton and Batista leave the ring and go up the ramp.

Kane tries to attack the Shield but Bryan hits Kane with a flying knee to stop Kane’s attack with the steel chair. Bryan stands back while he watches Kane fall victim to the Cerberus Bomb.

We go to credits.

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Date: April 9th
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Daniel Bryan and The Usos went to a double count out against Kane, Randy Orton and Batista. Bryan got the biggest pop of the night when he got the hot tag and cleaned house. They all brawled to the floor for the count out. Kane, Orton and Batista got the upperhand after the bell until The Shield came out. Orton and Batista ran off together and Bryan laid Kane out with a flying knee. SmackDown ends with Bryan and The Shield celebrating to “yes!” chants.
Published By: Brittany
Date: April 9th

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Main Event kicks off with the entrance of The Shield. They’ll face the Wyatt Family to open the show. The Wyatt’s are here and they head to the ring.

The Shield vs. The Wyatt Family

Ambrose starts the match with Rowan. Ambrose slaps the mask off of Rowan. Rowan shoves him, but Ambrose hits a back elbow from the second rope. He tags in Rollins and they hit a double suplex. Rowan fights off Rollins and controls him in the corner. He charges Rollins in the other corner and runs into a boot. Rollins punches and chops Rowan. Rollins jumps on top of Rowan and locks in a hold. Rollins breaks the hold and all members of both teams hit the ring and face-off. We head to break.

Back from break, where Bray Wyatt and Rollins are in the ring. Wyatt takes control of Rollins. Wyatt drags Rollins into his corner and tags in Rowan. Harper hits Rollins from the ring apron with a knee. Rowan hits a backdrop on Rollins. Rowan tags in Harper. Harper whips Rollins to the corner and hits a splash. Rollins throws Harper into the second turnbuckle. He tags Reigns. Reigns cleans house and eventually hits a huge clothesline on Harper. He tags in Ambrose and they hit a double team. Ambrose is hit with a superkick. Bray is tagged in. He hits a big splash on Ambrose in the corner. He slaps Ambrose. Rowan is tagged in and he hits a scoop slam on Ambrose. Rowan goes to a hold on a grounded Ambrose. Ambrose fights back, but runs into a sidewalk slam. Harper tags in. Harper hits Ambrose with a European Uppercut. Rowan is tagged back in. Rowan grounds Ambrose with a huge punch. Rowan grabs the face of Ambrose and squeezes. Ambrose fights out of it, but Rowan throws him over the rope. Ambrose holds on and attempts to skin the cat, but Rowan kicks him out of the ring. We head to break.

Back from break, where Bray tosses Ambrose into the ring. Harper comes in and goes for a cover. He gets two. Rowan executes a gator roll and then goes to a hold on the ground. Ambrose counters with a jaw breaker. Harper grounds Ambrose. Bray tags back in. Bray chokes Ambrose on the middle rope and then kicks him. Rowan tags in and drops a knee on Ambrose. Rowan locks in a bear hug on Dean. Rowan picks Ambrose up for a slam, but Ambrose locks in a sleeper on his back. Rowan drop Ambrose to his back and tags in Harper. Harper goes to work on Ambrose with uppercuts. Ambrose hits a clothesline and goes for a tag, but Bray tags in and cuts him off. Bray charges Ambrose in the corner and runs into a boot. With Ambrose on the top turnbuckle, Bray follows him up. Ambrose blocks the superplex attempt and headbutts him to the mat. Ambrose is caught off the rope and slammed by Bray. Reigns breaks up the pin and the ring is littered with wrestlers. Harper eventually hits a suicide dive on Reigns. Bray goes for Sister Abigail, but Ambrose counters with a roll-up for two. Rollins comes in. He dumps Rowan and Harper to the outsides and hits dives on both of them. Rollins throws Rowan into the ring and hits a forearm on him in the corner. From the apron, he kicks Bray to the ground. He hits sliced bread #2 on Rowan. His pin is broken up. Bray gets Ambrose out of the ring. Reigns hits the Superman punch on Bray. Rowan dumps Reigns out of the ring. Rollins hits Rowan and Harper with huge kicks. Reigns dropkicks Rowan. Ambrose is tagged in and Rollins hits the flying knee on Rowan. Ambrose follows it with Dirty Deeds for the three-count.

Winners: The Shield

After the match, Renee Young interviews The Shield in the ring. Rollins says that it feels good to beat the Wyatt and that no one can stop a Shield united. Renee asks about how they helped Daniel Bryan. Rollins explains that they are not anonymous or expendable, like the Authority said they were. Reigns plays to the crowd and even gets a Roman Reigns chant. Reigns introduces himself to Triple H and says that he’s standing ring here. Young asks if there’s any fear of retribution from the Authority. Rollins says that they are prepared for war. Rollins says that Triple H fired the first shot and that they will fire the last.

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Date: April 9th

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We are told the Shield and Wyatts will face on Main Event tomorrow! Daniel Bryan vs Triple H is up next.

We return and are shown the opening segment from tonight.

We go backstage with Stephanie, The Shield, and Kane. Stephanie says all of them have to make sure that Triple H needs to be champion. Kane then gets upset with the Shield and says that they are thought of as nameless faces to the Authority, and that Triple H is the one that sicked all the teams on the Shield on Smackdown. Stephanie then tells Kane to shut up and that she has given them all orders, and that they all must be on the same page tonight. Kane understands and The Shield with a look of disdain, say they understand everything “crystal clear”. We go to commercial.

Before the main event, Batista, and Orton come to the ring and begin to beat down on Daniel Bryan. Orton hits an RKO on Bryan, and then Batista hits a Batista Bomb. Kane then comes down and hits a chokeslam on Daniel Bryan. Out comes Triple H. We are getting our title match.

Triple H vs Daniel Bryan – WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match

Triple H mocks the Yes Chant, and is about to pick up the win, but out comes the Shield! The Shield stare down Batista, Orton, and Kane from the other side of the ring, with Triple H trying to tell both teams this is not going to happen. The Shield get in the ring and Triple H tells them to step down. Batista, Orton, and Kane then enter the ring. He tells them to step back as well. Triple H then turns around and is hit with a spear!

Winner: No Contest

Everything breaks down, with Kane, Orton, and Batista being taken out. The Shield then surround Triple H! Triple H then turns around and takes the running knee from Daniel Bryan! The Shield and Daniel Bryan stand tall as Monday Night Raw concludes!

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Date: April 9th

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Backstage, The Shield talk about their upcoming match against Kane and the New Age Outlaws.

Kane and The New Age Outlaws vs The Shield

Kane and Dean start things off by trading punches with each other. Dean hits the rebound clothesline and he takes in Roman who nails Kane with Samoan Drop. Roman hits the Superman Punch on Road Dogg but Rollins comes in and takes out Kane with a knee and a roll over the top rope. Bill Gunn is alone in the ring but Road Dogg pulls him out and allowing Dean and Seth to hit a Stereo Suicide Dive. Rollins pins Billy Gunn after a Double Triple Powerbomb on The Outlaws.

Winners: The Shield

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Date: March 31st

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Back from the break and we see the latest beatdown on The Shield. Fans can vote right now for which member of The Shield Kane will face.

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We go backstage to The Shield talking. Seth Rollins says it doesn’t matter who win the app vote because Kane is in trouble. He says The New Age Outlaws will get hit if they try to interfere. Dean Ambrose talks about the six-man match at WrestleMania. Roman Reigns says The Shield is not to be messed with. The Shield stands united and that’s it.

Jerry Lawler is in the ring to tell us who will face Kane in the Korporate Kane versus Shield singles match tonight. The opponent for Kane is . . . Roman Reigns.

Match Number Seven: Roman Reigns vs. Kane

They lock up and Kane backs Reigns into the corner and he misses a punch. Reigns with punches and head butts but he runs into a boot from Kane. Kane with a punch and uppercuts to Reigns. Kane with a forearm to the back followed by a back elbow. Kane gets a near fall. Kane with an Irish whip and splash into the corner followed by a side slam for a near fall.

Kane sets for the choke slam but Reigns powers out of the hold and Reigns with a kick and punches. Reigns with a flying clothesline and then he hits a splash into the corner followed by a punch. Reigns with a kick to the head and then he goes to the floor for the running drop kick to the head while Kane hangs over the ropes.

Reigns sets for the Superman punch but the New Age Outlaws make their way to the ring but Rollins and Ambrose attack them. Kane misses a clothesline and Reigns with the Superman Punch. Rollins and Ambrose get in the ring and the referee warn them. Rollins kicks Kane and the referee calls for the bell.

Winner: Kane (by disqualification)

After the match, Rollins, Reigns, and Ambrose kick Kane and then they keep The Outlaws out of the ring, but they are able to pull Kane to safety.

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Date: March 29th


The WashingtonPost.Com recently sat down with Roman to get his thoughts on the biggest pay per view of the year Wrestlemania. Roman talks about many other things such as his future as a Main Eventer, WrestleMania XXX, Fan Reaction and more! The full interview can be read below:

For wrestling royalty, Roman Reigns traveled a crooked path to the bright lights of World Wrestling Entertainment. His father, Sika, and uncle, Afa, worked as the Wild Samoans, who won the WWE (known at the time as WWF) tag-team championship three times in the early 1980s and were inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2007. Other wrestling relatives include cousins Yokozuna, a former WWF champion, and the current tag-team champions, the Usos.

But rather than leap into the ring, Reigns (born Leati Joseph Anoa’i) first tried butting heads in football. He played defensive tackle at Georgia Tech, earning first-team all-ACC honors in 2006, before spending time in NFL training camps with Minnesota and Jacksonville and playing in a handful of games with the CFL’s Edmonton Eskimos.

In 2010, Reigns signed a developmental deal with WWE. His surprise debut came two years later at Survivor Series, when he and teammates Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins interfered in a title match.

That trio, known as the Shield, is still wreaking havoc. Calling themselves the “hounds of justice,” they have won over fans with a unique ring entrance and an intense style that combines high-flying artistry with the power moves of the 6-foot-3, 265-pound Reigns, who has slimmed down — and muscled up — from his football days.

Reigns and the Shield will continue their feud with “Corporate” Kane when WWE hits Verizon Center on Monday for “Raw.” It’s the last major show before wrestling’s crown jewel event, Wrestlemania 30, in New Orleans on April 6, where the Shield will face Kane and the New Age Outlaws in a six-man tag match.

Reigns, 28, spoke with The Washington Post about the evolution of his career and character. This is an edited version of that conversation.

You came from a large and prominent wrestling family but didn’t dive right into the sport. Why did you wait?

Roman: My mom and dad wanted me to just do something different, try new things. Especially down where I grew up in the South [Florida], football is such a big thing. And last time we checked, pro wrestling didn’t get you a scholarship to college.

Once I got a bit older and we could see there could be a future in football, it was everyone’s blessing to chase that dream. And it did me a lot of good: It put me through college, it gave me an education, it got me a little taste of pro ball and a lot of good memories. I don’t regret any of it.

When you turned to wrestling, you didn’t go with a Samoan name, character or outfit, as so many from your family have. Was that your decision?

Roman: It was a process. Of course, immediately the thought was: “He’s Samoan, so let’s run with that.” But then I think they saw my personality, being more of a cultured guy, going to college, playing ball, things like that, just the kind of guy I am, you know, just be me — don’t try and focus on a nationality or an ethnicity or anything like that. Just be myself.

The Shield has wrestled some of the best matches in WWE of late. On “Raw” in Chicago, the crowd was chanting your name as well as “This is awesome,” and I noticed you broke out in a huge smile during the heat of the match. Do you notice crowd reaction, and does it affect how you perform?

Roman: I try to live in the moment. When you’re in a singles match, you’re in there, and the guy’s on top of you, and you’re in a hold and you’re being smothered: You’re in the fight at all times. But when we’re doing these team fights, you have a little time to take in the moment and just absorb the energy of the crowd.

Especially with the crowds nowadays. They’re very opinionated; you can almost sense that the crowd has taken a leadership role within their own product. This is what they take joy in and take pride in. And if they’re not into something, they’re going to let you know. If they’re into something, same thing: They’re going to let you know.

You’re experiencing team success, but you’ve had individual moments that stand out. You keep getting mentioned as a main eventer and future champion. Where do you see this going?

Roman: I’ve always pictured myself being in the main event. It’s always been my expectation to be the top guy, the face of the company, the one with all of that responsibility. But that should be everybody’s goal. I didn’t get into this to just be in the middle of the pack. If you want to do that, go work in a different line of work. This isn’t the place to camouflage yourself. I’m trying to be the most exotic animal on this safari.

In a way, Wrestlemania 30 — WWE’s equivalent of the Super Bowl — marks the end of your season. How does that affect your approach? And when that show is in the books, what’s next?

Roman: It’s Mania first. We want to get there the right way, and we want to just tear the house down. We wanna burn it down, put cracks in the wall, just demolish that place and have an awesome match.

As far as the next day? There’s going to be some gaps. There are going to be a bunch of big names that are gonna compete [at Wrestlemania] and then not be there on Monday. That’s when guys like myself, the rest of the Shield, Cesaro, the Usos . . . there’s a bunch of guys who want this and are willing to work every single day. If I’m a fan of the WWE, I would feel safe to know that your entertainment is in the right hands.

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Date: March 29th


The BostonHearld.Com recently sat down with Roman Reigns. In the interview Roman talks about Headlining a WrestleMania, Facing Veterans at WM XXX, The Shield, and more. Read the full interview in its entirety below:

The future of pro wrestling has a name, and that name is Roman Reigns.

Known behind the curtain as Joe Anoa’i, the 6-foot-3, 265-pound behemoth played defensive tackle for Georgia Tech and enjoyed a cup of coffee in the NFL before fulfilling his destiny in the ring.

The 28-year-old is a member of the legendary Anoa’i family, a dynasty with wrestling running through its veins. Anoa’i’s father, Sika, is one-half of the WWE Hall of Fame tag team The Wild Samoans, and a sampling of his cousins includes Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, the Uso brothers, Rikishi, Umaga and Yokozuna.

“My whole life I’ve been fed by the WWE,” said Anoa’i. “My father was fortunate enough to provide for his family through wrestling. I’ve always been fortunate to have a seat at the table, but there’s a great deal of pride in being a provider. Now it’s my chance to sit at the head of the table.”

In addition to his place in one of the world’s most famous wrestling families, Anoa’i is also an integral piece of the most popular faction in wrestling, The Shield. Alongside Dean Ambose and Seth Rollins, the black-vested group has steamrolled all other competition in the WWE over the past 18 months.

“We didn’t know we would complement each other so well,” said Anoa’i. “Everything from what we wear, entering through the crowd, even the triple powerbomb in itself, it’s clicked and been so organic. That’s been the most exciting part.”

Due to the strains of the intense work schedule, the newly engaged Anoa’i only sees his fiancee roughly 90 days a year. He spends nearly 300 days a year traveling with Shield mates Ambrose and Rollins.

“We spend so much time together,” explained Anoa’i. “We’ve jumped the friend stage in the past year and a half and become brothers.”

The Shield is set to engage in a six-man tag battle in WrestleMania XXX on April 6 against the team of Kane and The New Age Outlaws. Anoa’i predicts a painful night is ahead for his veteran opponents.

“The faces will always change, the styles will evolve,” said Anoa’i. “I respect what people before me have done, but my time is now.”

WWE fans witnessed Anoa’i break the Royal Rumble elimination record in January, as well as tie the elimination record in Boston at last November’s Survivor Series pay per view.

“Ever since the Survivor Series, any time we go to Boston, I feel like I own the place,” said Anoa’i. “I will never forget the fans in the TD Garden and the reaction they gave me that night.”

Rumors are floating that a breakup for The Shield is imminent and a singles career for Roman Reigns is looming. Anoa’i did not stutter when asked if he ever dreams of headlining a future WrestleMania.

“Every single day,” confirmed the ambitious Anoa’i. “Somebody just asked me if I would like to take on the Undertaker and beat his (WrestleMania) streak. I would rather retain the WWE world heavyweight championship while taking out the streak.

“My motivation is to be the best,” said Anoa’i. “I have a deep responsibility to leave things better than the way I found them. I don’t want to live off potential, so the first thing I have to do is capture the gold.”

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Match Number One: Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins (with Roman Reigns) vs. Jinder Mahal & Drew McIntyre (with Heath Slater)

Rollins and Mahal start things off and they lock up. Mahal with a wrist lock and hammer lock but Rollins with a waist lock. Mahal with a wrist lock. Rollins with a reversal into a waist lock. Mahal with an elbow but Rollins with a drop kick. Rollins with a front face lock followed by a suplex and he rolls through for a second one. Rollins holds on and he tags in Ambrose and Rollins with a third suplex and Ambrose with a sliding clothesline for a near fall.

Ambrose with a snap elbow drop and boot to the chest. Rollins tags in and he punches Mahal. Mahal with a knee to the midsection followed by a punch. Mahal sends Rollins into the turnbuckles and Drew tags in. Drew with a suplex and he gestures to Reigns. Rollins tries to get to his corner through Drew’s legs. Rollins lands on his feet on a belly-to-back suplex attempt and Ambrose tags in.

Dean knocks Mahal off the apron and then he hits a Thesz Press on Drew and he punches Drew. Ambrose with a knee to the midsection and punches to Drew. Dean with a drop kick to Drew while Drew is against the ropes. Mahal tries to interfere but Ambrose avoids him and Rollins sends Mahal over the top rope to the floor. Rollins with a pescado onto Mahal.

Drew with a forearm but Ambrose bounces off the ropes for a clothesline followed by the Dean Driver for the three count.

Winners: Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins

After the match, Kane’s pyro goes off and he comes to the stage with his tag team partners for Wrestlemania and they are all wearing suits.

Kane congratulates them on their victory. What they did to 3MB is exactly what they are going to do to the Shield at Wrestlemania. They will do it like men. They will not ambush them like the Shield did to their next opponents.

Match Number Two: Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins (with Roman Reigns) versus Curtis Axel and Ryback

Ryback with a back elbow to Ambrose as the match is joined in progress. Ambrose with a drop toe hold to Axel and then he ties up the legs and pulls at Axel’s face. Ambrose with a rear chin lock but Axel with a knee. Axel sends Ambrose over the top rope but Ambrose lands on the apron. Ambrose with a shoulder to Axel and then he knocks Ryback off the apron. Axel with a clothesline to the back of Ambrose’s head that knocks Ambrose off the apron.

Axel with punches to Ambrose and then he sends Dean into the ring. Ambrose is sent into Ryback’s knee and Ryback tags in and slams Ambrose. Ryback goes to the turnbuckles and he belly flops onto Ambrose. Axel tags in and hits a forearm from the turnbuckles and gets a near fall. Axel with a kick and he tags Ryback back in.

They send Ambrose back first into the turnbuckles and Ryback gets a near fall. Ryback with a suplex attempt but Ambrose counters and hits a DDT and both men are down. Rollins tags in and so does Axel. Rollins with a clothesline to Axel and then he knocks Ryback off the apron. Axel runs into a boot from Rollins and then Rollins with a Blockbuster to Axel.

Rollins with a running forearm into the corner followed by a running drop kick. Axel sends Rollins to the apron and Axel goes for a shoulder but Rollins moves. Rollins misses a kick but he does not miss with an enzuigiri from the apron. Ryback tries to knock Rollins off the apron but Rollins leaps over Ryback. Rollins with a kick and Ambrose with a Thesz Press onto Ryback using the steps. Rollins with a back body drop that sends Axel over the top rope to the floor.

Rollins with a flip dive onto Ryback and Axel. Rollins rolls Axel back into the ring and Rollins tries for a springboard move but Axel with a boot. Rollins avoids the fisherman’s suplex and he hits an enzuigiri followed by Black Out for the three count.

Winners: Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins

After the match Rollins with a suicide dive onto Ryback. Rollins says something to Kane and the New Age Outlaws on the stage and then Ambrose sends Ryback into the ring. Reigns with a Superman Punch and then they set up Ryback for the Cerberus Bomb.

We go to commercial.


March 28, 2018 – SD (HD 1080p) by AmbroseOrgReignsNet

Published By: Brittany
Date: March 29th

Digitals • Screencaptures • Video

Los Matadores  vs. Curtis Axel & Ryback

Forty-five seconds into the match, the crowd popped as The Shield walked through the crowd to watch the proceedings ringside. Un Matador then rolled up Axel from behind for a quick three count.

Post-match: The Shield hopped the guardrail and surrounded Axel and Ryback, who benefited from helping Kane carry out an attack on The Shield last Friday. Shield’s numbers advantage allowed them to take out Axel, then give Ryback a triple powerbomb. The trio stood tall in the ring with their fists joined together.

Backstage: Stephanie was shown adjusting Hunter’s suit, then The Shield walked in. “Hey guys,” Hunter casually said. Seth Rollins spoke first that he wants to know where Hunter was Friday on Smackdown. Dean Ambrose followed up by asking where they stand. Hunter blew off their issue as being with Kane and the Outlaws, not him. Stephanie spoke up next that they’ll put them in a match against the Real Americans tonight. Then they can sit down and talk things out. Shield walked off and Stephanie looked toward Hunter to see if they were in the clear.

The Shield vs The Real Americans

The Shield exit the ring as The Real Americans come out and a brawl ensues up the rampway. Back in the ring. Ambrose unloads on Cesaro but Cesaro turns it around. Ambrose back on the offense with punches and kicks. Ambrose rakes Cesaro’s eyes across the top rope. Neckbreaker by Rollins as Ambrose holds Cesaro in place. The Real Americans have the upperhand as the double team Rollins. Rollins fighting back delivering a suplex to Swagger. Ambrose gets the tag and a double suplex on Swagger. Ambrose unloads with punches on Swagger and an elbow drop. Ambrose off the ropes delivers a dropkick to Swagger. Rollins with a kick to the head and cover on Swagger. Elbow by Ambrose to Swagger. Ambrose has Swagger’s leg locked. Distraction by Cesaro as Swagger  slams Ambrose. Cesaro with a series of uppercuts and the double stomp on Ambrose. The crowd launches into a “We The People Chant”. Belly to belly suplex by Swagger on Ambrose. Swagger delivers the Swagger Bomb as Cesaro follows up with another double stomp. Chinlock on Ambrose by Cesaro. Ambrose tries to fight back but Cesaro drives him faced first into the corner. Swagger goes for another Swagger Bomb but Ambrose gets the knees up. Springboard elbow off the top rope by Ambrose. Rollins reaching out for a tag but Cesaro delivers a cheap shot sending Rollins crashing to the floor. Cesaro delivers the big swing to Ambrose. Ambrose gets blasted off the apron by Cesaro and The Real Americans grab Ambrose’s arms and legs and swing him into the barricade


Real Americans in control as Cesaro holds Ambrose in place with a front facelock. Ambrose tries fight back, Cesaro with an uppercut, backslide by Ambrose and Cesaro counters with a knee and slaps to the face. Ambrose dares Cesaro to slap him again and Ambrose unloads with slaps of his own and delivers a clothesline off the ropes. Rollins and Swagger in and Rollins unloads on Swagger with chops and kicks. Dropkick by Rollins. Forearm in the corner from across the ring and Rollins bounces Swagger’s head off the second turnbuckle. Cesaro sent airborne over the top rope. Rollins with a clothesline sending Swagger over the top rope. Cesaro almost clothesline over the barricade and Rollins takes out Swagger. Swagger rolled back in and Rollins with a leg to the side of the head. Cesaro pulls Rollins up and Ambrose takes Cesaro down. Cesaro sends Ambrose to the outside. Cesaro follows suit. Swagger with The Patriot Lock and Rollins fights out of it and lands a boot to the side of the face followed by The Black Out and the three count.

The winners of the match: Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins

Post Match: Roman Reigns delivers The Superman punch to Swagger and then exits the ring and spears Cesaro. The Shield then tear up the announce table. Ambrose picks Cesaro up and deliver the Triple Powerbomb through the announce table.

Credit: WrestlingNewsSource.Com