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WWE Smackdown Results
June 6th 2014
Report by Bill Pritchard for Wrestlezone.com
Triple H comes out with Seth Rollins, and HHH says he can rub it in their faces, but he's not that guy, and they already know he won. He says he wants to answer the questions they have about Seth Rollins, because he walked away from a dominant force in The Shield. Rollins says they all want answers, but the only person who needs to know his reasons and why he acted… is himself. Dolph Ziggler comes out and says he might get punished for this, and he never liked The Shield, but he dug Rollins for fighting against the Authority. He says Rollins' actions were worse than anything The Shield ever did, and he says Rollins is a traitor and a sellout. HHH says Dolph is right about one thing, and he will catch a beating for his words, but it will be at the hand of Rollins, right now.
Seth Rollins (w/ HHH) vs Dolph Ziggler
Rollins slams Dolph in the corner and throws him down, then Dolph comes back with a flying forearm and a clothesline that sends Rollins outside. Rollins regroups with HHH then goes for a tilt-a-whirl slam, and Dolph counters with a sleeperhold but Rollins slams him down and throws him outside. We get back from a break to see Dolph and Rollins slug it out, then Dolph slams him down and follows with some mounted punches. Dolph hits a neckbreaker and elbow drop, then he dropkicks Rollins on the floor before hitting a Famouser for two. Rollins knocks Dolph down and heads up top, but Dolph cuts him off and slams him headfirst onto the mat for a near fall. Dolph charges the corner but Rollins kicks him right in the head, then Rollins knees him and hits a turnbuckle bomb before following with a Curb Stomp for the win.
BP: I liked how Rollins essentially wrestled the same match as he usually does. He is one of the few guys who can keep most of the same moveset as a face or heel. Would've liked more of an explanation, but it's still a fresh angle, so it's not much to complain about.
Winner – Seth Rollins
Renee Young asks Bad News Barrett for his thoughts on his triple threat title match, and Wade asks what kind of men want to do this to him. Wade says RVD and Cesaro aren't on his level, and he has some bad news because there's only one winner, and it's him.