Then, Triple H makes his entrance, and he's followed by Seth Rollins. Triple H takes up the mic as the crowd chants you sold out. Triple H says he's sure the crowd thinks he's out here to brag, but he's not that kind of guy. Besides, everyone already knows that anyway. He is there to help everyone get answers from Seth Rollins, the man responsible for the most dominant group in WWE history, the Shield.
Triple H says the crowd has questions for Rollins about the Shield, the group that was even able to defeat Evolution. Triple H says the crowd is owed an answer from Seth. He asks how and why he did what he did. Seth takes up the mic and says everyone wants an explanation. They want to know why he did what he did to his brothers. So, he's going to tell them. The only person that knows why he did what he did, and the only person he owes anything to, is him.
Dolph Ziggler's music hits, and he comes out on the stage. He says he's sure he's going to be punished and beat down for what he has to say, but he couldn't just sit in the back and listen to this. He dug Seth's vibe because he went against the authority. The Shield played a major part in Batista quitting, which is cause enough for celebration for him. But what Seth did was far worst than what the Shield did to anyone else. Seth is nothing but a traitor. He did the worst thing he could ever do. He sold out.
Seth whispers in Triple H's ear. Triple H says that Dolph has a fair point. It's something that Dolph has never done. He sold out arenas night after night. Whether or not Ziggler knows it, he's like Nostradamus. He is going to get a beating, because he's going to face Seth Rollins next.
Dolph Ziggler vs. Seth Rollins
They lock up, and Seth backs Ziggler to the corner. The ref breaks them up, and Seth elbows Ziggler in the head. He hits Ziggler with body strikes. He rakes Ziggler's face near the ropes. Seth kicks Ziggler in the corner. Ziggler reverses with right hands to the head. He charges, and Seth puts his leg up. Seth hits a body slam. He drops a knee on Ziggler's head. Seth pulls Ziggler's head back by his hair. Ziggler comes back with a crossbody and more right hands to the head. He hits Seth with a dropkick, and clotheslines him outside.
Ziggler taunts Seth to get back in the ring, and Seth talks to Triple H briefly. Seth gets back inside. He kicks Ziggler in the stomach and hits several headshots. Seth snapmares Ziggler and kicks him in the back. He locks in Ziggler's head from behind. Ziggler breaks free and locks in a sleeper. Seth drops to the mat, breaking the hold. Ziggler rolls to the apron. Seth kicks him to the floor as things go to commercial.
Back from commercial and Ziggler hits several stomach shots, but Seth trips him into the middle turnbuckle. Triple H and JBL talk about how great Seth is on the outside. Seth charges Ziggler in the ring, and Ziggler hits a back elbow. Seth charges again, and Ziggler puts his boot up. Ziggler hits a big DDT. They trade strikes. Ziggler hits a leaping clothesline. He jumps on Rollins in the corner and hits multiple mounted punches to the head. Ziggler hits a neckbreaker and drops an elbow.
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