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WWE Smackdown Results
August 15th 2014
Report by Bill Pritchard for Wrestlezone.com
Miz comes out and says he can’t wait for Summerslam since it’s in Hollywood, his town, and he has done so much that he wants to mentor some younger Superstars. Miz welcomes Roman Reigns to Miz TV, and he talks about Reigns’ match with Randy Orton before asking him if he’s nervous. He keeps cutting Reigns off before he can answer anything, insulting him throughout it, then Reigns has enough of it and he knocks him out with a Superman punch. Miz flies out of the ring and Reigns says he’s got nice hair and a pretty smile, and he put Miz on his ass, then Miz teases reentering the ring before storming off. Reigns turns his attention to Orton, and he says he respects Orton’s championship accolades, so Orton should respect him when he beats him on Sunday.
Dean Ambrose vs Cesaro
Ambrose hits Cesaro before Cesaro stomps him in the corner, then Ambrose clotheslines him over the ropes and splashes him on the floor. Ambrose hits him a few times, then Cesaro attacks his shoulder and throws him into the ringpost as we go to a break. We get back to see Ambrose take Cesaro out with a suicide dive, then he heads up top but Cesaro cuts him off and tries to hit a superplex. Ambrose bites him and hits a swinging DDT for two, then he blocks a corner clothesline but Cesaro catches him with a very European uppercut for a near fall. Cesaro hits an inverted fireman’s carry slam for two, then they fight back and forth before Ambrose reverses a waistlock and hits Dirty Deeds for the win.
Winner – Dean Ambrose
Seth Rollins comes out after the match and says they will finally go one-on-one on Sunday, and he says he will win because he is better than Ambrose. He says Ambrose is a loose cannon who was never a friend or brother to him, and he never gave a damn about him in the first place.