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Back to the ring and SmackDown Commissioner Shane McMahon is in the ring with SmackDown General Manager Daniel Bryan. They wait as Dolph Ziggler makes his way out first. WWE Champion Dean Ambrose is out next. They have words before the match but the bosses get between them. We get formal introductions from Hamilton.
They trade strikes and we get a pin attempt early on. They end up on the floor and Ziggler nails a neckbreaker before bringing it back in. Ziggler blocks Dirty Deeds but Ambrose tosses him over the top to the floor. They come back in with Ambrose in control. He takes Ziggler to the corner for a chop. Ambrose takes Ziggler up top for a super butterfly suplex and nails it for a 2 count. Ambrose keeps control and applies a single crab in the middle of the ring.
They trade kicks and punches in the middle of the ring now. Ambrose blocks the Fame-asser and rolls Ziggler up for a 2 count. Ambrose gets sent shoulder first into the ring post. Ziggler nails a Fame-asser for a 2 count. More back and forth now. They collide in the middle of the ring and both go down. Ambrose unloads with strikes and a big clothesline. Ambrose nails Ziggler in the corner and hits the running bulldog. Ambrose goes up top for the elbow drop and hits it but Ziggler kicks out at 2. Ambrose mocks Ziggler some more. Ziggler with a reversal and a sleeper hold. They both tumble over the top rope, hitting the floor.
Ziggler superkicks Ambrose on the floor and brings him back in for a 2 count. They trade holds again and Ziggler nails the Zig Zag for a close 2 count after countering Dirty Deeds. Ambrose gets the upperhand and lays Ziggler out again. Ambrose wastes some time and is slow to get back to the top. Ziggler crotches him with the top rope. Ziggler climbs up for a superplex but Ambrose headbutts him to the floor. Ziggler runs back up but Ambrose fights him. Ziggler brings Ambrose to the mat but gets blocked and dropped with Dirty Deeds for the win.
Winner: Dean Ambrose
After the match, we get replays as Ambrose celebrates with the title.