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Quote Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins is out to the ring next, and he's got a mic. Rollins says there's no better place than here for an IC Title open challenge, and there's no better time than right now. He calls out anyone in the back who has the guts to come fight him for the belt right now. It appears Dolph Ziggler will be accepting the challenge, but then Drew McIntyre comes out behind him. Ziggler gets in the ring, while McIntyre stays out at ringside.

- Intercontinental Title: Seth Rollins (c) vs. Dolph Ziggler: Ziggler starts this one off hot and backs Rollins into the ropes. Ziggler misses with a Zig Zag, and Rollins misses a curb stomp, then Ziggler rolls outside to regroup. Back in the ring, Ziggler starts controlling the pace of the match and going after Rollins' bad knee. Ziggler hits a neckbreaker for a two count, then an elbow drop for another two count. Rollins comes back with a jawbreaker, and then he sends Ziggler into the ring post. Rollins sends Ziggler outside and hits a suicide dive on him, and then back in the ring Rollins springboards off the top rope with a flying forearm shot. Rollins covers for a two count. Ziggler starts fighting back, but the Champion drops him again with a knee to the face. Rollins looks for the curb stomp, but Ziggler moves and comes back with the Fameasser for a near-fall. Ziggler looks for the superkick, but Rollins strikes first with a superkick of his own. Rollins kicks him in the head again and pins for another near-fall. Rollins is still selling the knee, and he climbs up to the top turnbuckle. Rollins leaps and misses on a frogsplash as Ziggler rolls out of the way. Ziggler goes up top now, but Rollins meets him with a punch to the face. They fight up the turnbuckle, and Ziggler knocks Rollins down. Rollins goes up the turnbuckle again, and Ziggler knocks him down again, then hits a flying cross body. Rollins rolls through and picks up Ziggler, then powerbombs him into the corner. Drew McIntyre gets on the apron and distracts Rollins, and Ziggler attacks from behind. Ziggler and Rollins trade roll-up attempts, and Ziggler scores the three count. Ziggler was holding Rollins' tights during the pin, but the ref didn't see.

Winner & new Intercontinental Champion: Dolph Ziggler

- After the match, Ziggler celebrates obnoxiously with the IC Title, as Rollins protests about Ziggler cheating by grabbing the tights during the pin. Rollins gets in Ziggler's face, and then Drew McIntyre hits the ring and drops Rollins. They hit the Claymore/Zig Zag combo on Rollins and leave him laying.

- Back from commercial, Ziggler does an interview with McIntyre by his side. Ziggler makes fun of the other wrestlers' catch phrases and says when he says he's going to do something, he does it.

 
Such a pointless move. Nobody needs to see him holding this title for the eight time.
 
Of his past seven runs, very little is still memorable. He's never made the most of the amount of opportunities he's been given.
 
Hopefully he's lost it before Summerslam is over.
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I will give Ziggy some props. He has came back and came back and now doing it again and doing it well. I still say we are looking at the second coming of Shawn and Diesel but there will come a time this duo will split. When he was doing his , you don’t deserve me , you have no idea stuff he was right in Mark , although yes it is scripted. He didn’t totally reinvent himself but he still finds new ways to get across heel or face to the crowds. That , is a true talent
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