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    Posted: 18/February/2015 at 14:33
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It's a shame in their in ring segment when Dolph was playing comedian, that he wasn't allowed to mention Seths Twitter account.

Dolph rarely gets a big win so he should have been allowed to get the three count, rather than the screwy ending.

No sign of Seth being punished for what happened last week. E could tease a punishment by finding a way to have Rollins put his briefcase up in a match against Ziggles.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Rico Len Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18/February/2015 at 15:11
I'm glad it got a shmoz ending because this is a pairing that could really draw in time. No need to give it away for free now.

Ziggler obviously wanted to go there, and danced as close as he could get around the twitter hack without openly addressing it, which very likely would have landed him in deep shit had he done so.

There should be an air of whatever one can do the other can do better, because of their height build athletic abilities, speaking ability, etc. at this point Ziggler is still the bigger star of the two too. That is until Rollins successfully cashes in on the world title. If he fails to do it Ziggler remains the bigger name of the two.

It is a great money pairing that I hope to see more of in the future.

As for where this particular story is going... maybe a match at fast lane? Aside from Cena vs Rusev, I'm not even sure what's going to be on the card Sunday.
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Quote Seth Rollins vs. Dolph Ziggler (c): Ziggler's Intercontinental Title is on the line in this one, and Drew McIntyre is at ringside. They start off with a test of strength until Ziggler starts putting the boots to him. Ziggler drops Rollins and hits an elbow drop, then controls the next few moments of the match with a headlock. Rollins comes back with a hip toss and a dropkick, and Ziggler rolls outside for a breather. Rollins follows him outside and gets in Drew's face, then he throws Ziggler into the fan barricade. A distraction from Drew leads to Ziggler hitting a cheap shot on Rollins. Back in the ring, Ziggler starts working over Rollins' bad knee. Ziggler controls the next few moments and applies a sleeper hold. Rollins fights out and runs the ropes, and he collides with Ziggler mid-ring, and both men are down. Rollins hits a boot to the face and then hits a Sling Blade. Rollins clotheslines Ziggler to the outside, but then Drew hits a cheap shot on Rollins behind the ref's back. The ref ejects Drew from ringside and Drew and Ziggler argue the decision. Rollins rolls up Ziggler from behind, but the ref is distracted by Drew. Rollins dumps Ziggler outside and hits a suicide dive on Ziggler and Drew at ringside. Back in the ring, Rollins goes up top, but Ziggler knocks him down. Ziggler takes control of the match unil Rollins fires back with a superkick. They fight out to the apron and Rollins looks for a powerbomb, but Ziggler escapes and comes back with a DDT on the apron. Ziggler looks for a superkick, but Rollins blocks it and hits the buckle bomb on Ziggler. Rollins follows up with a superkick for a two count. They fight up to the turnbuckle and Rollins shoves the Champion down to the mat. Rollins follows up with the frogsplash off the top for another two count. Rollins hits a kick to the body and then looks for the curb stomp, but Ziggler avoids it. They trade roll up attempts until Ziggler sends Rollins into the ring post. Ziggler follows up with the Zig Zag for a two count. Ziggler takes Rollins up to the top turnbuckle again. Rollins ends up hitting a superplex off the top and follows up with the Falcon Arrow. Rollins pins, but Drew McIntyre comes back and yanks the ref out of he ring while he's counting. Drew hits the ring and beats down Rollins as the ref calls for the DQ.

Winner view DQ: Seth Rollins

- Drew continues to beat down Rollins as Ziggler gets to his feet. Drew and Ziggler get ready to beat down Rollins some more, but Roman Reigns comes out for the save. Reigns spears Ziggler at ringside, then he hits the ring and fights with Drew. Reigns hits a Superman punch on Drew and Drew falls out to ringside. Reigns helps Rollins to his feet in the ring while Drew and Ziggler head up the ramp. We go to replays as Ziggler holds his IC Title up in the air and RAW comes to a close.

What a match. Arguably the best match to end a episode of Raw all year.
 
It's a shame about the screwy finish, which is the only bit that put a downer on it.
 
I think we've got a title match ready for Extreme Rules here.
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The possibility of a match at ER (where maybe mcintyre is banned from ringside) is the only reason the finish was acceptable to this match.

If we get anything close to this at ER, then consider the show stolen
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Best feud in WWE at the moment and for the second consecutive week I broke my habit of just watching YouTube highlights of the whole of Raw and found the Rollins/Ziggler match in its entirety to watch, Im glad I did these two have such great chemistry in the ring, superb matches.

Hopefully this will finally solidify Dolph as a top guy in the company, it’s the strongest position he’s been in since he was World champ for a brief time.

Ladder match at Extreme Rules if they book it would be a match of the year candidate. However I have suspicion we may see Ambrose return to team with Rollins against Ziggler and McIntyre.
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