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THE MOST HISTORIC DEBUT IN YEARS, NEW CHAMPIONS, THE END OF AN ERA AND MORE: WWE SURVIVOR SERIES COVERAGE

By Mike Johnson on 2014-11-23 20:10:00

Bray Wyatt vs. Dean Ambrose

2009 CM Punk vs. 2001 CM Punk.

They brawled at the bell. Dean got the better of him and Wyatt went to the floor. Dean followed but Wyatt nailed him. Dean drilled him and caught him with a shot leaping off the apron. Ambrose tossed him back into the ring and nailed a clothesline. He dropped an elbow but was caught with a nice leaping forearm. Wyatt covered him for a two count.

Ambrose stomped the hell out of Wyatt but was caught coming out of the ring and tossed into the steel ring steps on the floor. Wyatt stomped his hand on the stairs. He brought Ambrose back into the ring and drilled him with headbutts. Wyatt nailed a suplex and a back senton splash for a two count.

They went back and forth until Bray drilled Ambrose with a big clothesline. They went to the floor where they wiped each other out with clotheslines and were almost counted out but both returned at the nine count. They began slugging it out with fists and headbutts.

Ambrose scored with a bulldog and mocked Wyatt’s backwards hanging pose off the ropes. Ambrose kept working him over but was caught for a potential Sister Abigail. Ambrose slipped out and rolled him up for a two count. Wyatt got caught in the ropes and nailed for a dropkick. Ambrose legdropped him back into the ropes for another two count. So far, so good.

Ambrose went to the top but was cut off . Bray went for a superplex but it was blocked. Bray nailed him with an Uranage for a near fall. Wyatt dragged Bray over to the corner and went for a back senton splash but Ambrose rolled out of the way.

Bray was caught with the rebound lariat. Ambrose went to the top and nailed a flying elbow/bodypress for a two count. Wyatt came back with an awesome clothesline as Ambrose rebounded off the ropes. Ambrose went to the floor, where Wyatt slammed him down on the steps, then picked him up and dumped him back into the ring.

Wyatt covered Ambrose, who got his shoulder up at the last second. Bray took the mic and cut a promo on He told Ambrose they could have ruled together because there is no one who can touch them. He apologized to him and said he chose his path. He nailed Ambrose with the mic and went under the ring for several chairs. Ambrose got it first. Bray dared him to him. The referee told him not to. It was the same mind game he played with Cena, but Ambrose isn’t Cena, so he drilled Wyatt with the chair.

Your winner by DQ, Bray Wyatt!

Ambrose nailed Dirty Deeds on the chair. You could hear some light chants for Ambrose. He went under the ring and pulled out a table. Dean put him on the table inside the ring and ascended to the top rope. Ambrose gave him and elbow off the top through the table.

Ambrose immediately brought another table into the ring. He dropped it over Wyatt and began beating it with a chair. He started tossing some more chairs into the ring. He then tossed even more in and buried Wyatt under the pile before leaving. He turned around and pulled a ladder back He set it up in the ring and went to the top to ;pose for the audience. Obviously, this is a set up for next month.

A pretty wild scene to end the scenario and a pretty fun brawl.


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