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Phillip Jack Brooks
  • Birthdate: 10/26/1978 (age 36)
  • Height: 6'2"
  • Weight: 218 Ib

He was titled in the WWE as "the longest-reigni...

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...and out of the hold, rolling Ambrose up for a two count. This leads to a series of roll ups for both men. Ziggler counters out of a suplex and hits Ambrose with an elbow. Ziggler goes to the top but he's stopped by Ambrose. Ambrose rakes at Ziggler's back before hitting a double underhook superplex. Ambrose pins Ziggler for two.

Ambrose goes to the top rope but Ziggler is right up there with him, hitting a giant facebuster off the top, but it's still not enough for a three count. Ziggler rolls up Ambrose for two before kicking him into the middle turnbuckle. Ziggler mounts Ambrose in the corner and hits him with a series of punches before dropping and hitting a huge running clothesline for another two count. Ziggler counters something crazy and works it into a sleeper hold, but Ambrose works out of it and slams Ziggler to the mat for another near fall. Ambrose leaps in with a kick, but Ziggler turns it into a roll up. Ambrose rolls up Ziggler for two. Ziggler hits the rocker dropper but Ambrose grabs the ropes.

Ziggler tolls out to the apron, and Ambrose stops him coming back in. Ziggler rolls up Ambrose for two, but Ambrose drives him into the corner, and plants him with the fact first DDT, getting the three count.

Winner and STILL WWE United States Champion: Dean Ambrose

WWE Tag Team Championship

Seth Rollins & Roman Reigns (c) vs. Prime Time Players

The bell rings and Rollins and Titus begin things for their teams. Rollins slaps Titus across the face, then back into his own corner. Rollins kicks Titus' leg and slaps him in the face again. Rollins ducks a clothesline, but gets caught by Titus and thrown aside like a rag-doll Titus picks up Rollins and slams him around again before tagging out to Darren Young. Young locks on a cravat, but Rollins fights up to his feet. Young hits a shoulderblock, then catches Rollins for a quick powerslam. Rollins tags out to Reigns, and Reigns is caught with a series of rights. A blind tag from Rollins doesn't help as Young scores with a huge elbow.

Titus chokes Rollins with his boot before stomping on him in the corner. Young and Titus clothesline Reigns over the top rope. Young heads to the outside, ducks a clothesline from Reigns and hits him with a huge right hand. Young heads back into the ring and is hot-shotted into the top rope by Rollins. Reigns tags back into the match and throws Young to the outside hard. Reigns tosses Young up onto the apron and catches him with a knee to the chest before rolling him into the ring for two. Rollins tags in and traps Reigns in a modified rear chin lock.

Young fights back, but Rollins slams him to the mat. Rollins misses a short arm clothesline and Young follows up with a belly to belly suplex. Reigns tags in and shoves Young into the corner, but he trash talks Titus and misses a splash in the corner. Young kicks Reigns away and Rollins tags in. Young hits a back drop and tags in Titus. Titus hits a giant tackle for a two count. Titus goes to work on both opponents with giant kicks and series of strikes. Titus hits Rollins with a giant slam. Rollins comes back with a kick to the head, but Titus hits a giant sit out powerbomb for two. Reigns breaks up the pin. Young sends Reigns to the outside. In the ring, while the ref is distracted with Young, Reigns hits the spear, and Rollins pins Titus for three.

Winner and STILL WWE Tag Team Champions: The Shield, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns

The Shield stand tall in the middle of the ring displaying the gold that they continue to control.

- It is time for a long recap of the events leading to our main event of the night...

WWE Championship Match

Randy Orton (c) vs. Daniel Bryan

Daniel Bryan is the first man to make his way out to the ring, and he easily gets the pop of the night, with the entire arena chating 'yes'.

The Champion, Randy Orton, is out next, and Orton gets a reaction out of the crowd, but it dies off significantly from the pop Bryan received.

The Greatest WWE Champion of all time poll results are revealed, and Hulk Hogan is shown to beat out John Cena, CM Punk, Triple H and even Stone Cold Steve Austin by a huge margin.

We get formal ring introductions, and we're ready to begin.

The bell rings and both men stare each