“Good friends, better enemies?” How about, “Great partners, but still want to smack each other in the face.”
WWE World Champion Dean Ambrose and Dolph Ziggler teamed up in SmackDown Live’s main event to gain a measure of retribution on Bray Wyatt and Erick Rowan’s savage attack last week while they simultaneously attempted to block out the superkick that Ziggler accidentally (we think) landed on Ambrose earlier in the evening.
The results? Success … well, mostly.
Ziggler and Ambrose triumphed over The New Face of Fear and his faithful follower after Ziggler pinned Rowan. However, the feels between the two did not last for long as Ambrose struck Ziggler with Dirty Deeds as a measure of payback for the superkick.