WWE Extreme Rules: Dean Ambrose Vs. Kofi Kingston (US Title Match)

WWE Extreme Rules: Dean Ambrose Vs. Kofi Kingston (US Title Match) Photo: Cody Reid
- Josh Mathews is backstage with Sheamus and asks him how he's going to drag Mark Henry around the ring and win tonight's match. Sheamus says he's not like those trucks Henry pulled, he hits back. Sheamus says everyone will see what happens when The Celtic Warrior goes extreme.

- More hype for Ryback vs. Cena.

WWE United States Title Match: Dean Ambrose vs. Kofi Kingston

We go to the ring and out first comes WWE United States Champion Kofi Kingston. Out next comes Dean Ambrose with Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns through the crowd. Reigns and Rollins head back up the stairs as Ambrose comes to the ring by himself.

They lock up and trade holds to start the match. Ambrose drops Kofi with a big clothesline. Ambrose with a quick elbow drop for a 1 count. Ambrose with a neckbreaker for another pin attempt. Ambrose keeps control and drops Kofi for another pin attempt. Ambrose taunts Kofi now. Kofi fights back with rights but Dean catches him in mid-air and applies a chicken-wing submission. Ambrose drops to the mat and tries to make Kofi tap.

Kofi comes back with a dropkick and a big right hand. Kofi goes for the Boom Drop and nails it. Ambrose dodges Trouble In Paradise. More back and forth. Kofi nails SOS for a close 2 count. Kofi goes to the top but Ambrose cuts him off. Ambrose goes for a superplex but Kofi fights him off and to the mat. Ambrose runs back up and cuts Kofi off again. Ambrose nails a double underhook superplex but Kofi kicks out at 2. Kofi with a big kick in the corner. Kofi springboards in and covers Ambrose for 2. Ambrose ends up on the apron. Ambrose gets hit with Trouble In Paradise and falls outside of the ring. Kofi brings him back in the ring and covers for a 2 count. Ambrose with a roll up for 2. Kofi with another kick. Ambrose ducks Trouble In Paradise and drops Kofi on his face for the win and the title.

Winner and New WWE United States Champion: Dean Ambrose

- After the match, Ambrose celebrates with the title as Reigns and Rollins return to the ring for a celebration.

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