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WWE Hell in a Cell 2014 results: Dean Ambrose loses to Seth Rollins after Bray Wyatt returns

Well, that happened.


The main event of tonight's WWE Hell in a Cell pay-per-view (PPV) at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas, was not the John Cena vs. Randy Orton number one contender bout. No, the powers that be decided to pull the trigger on allowing the Dean Ambrose vs. Seth Rollins match close the show.

And they tore the house down.

They also tore each other apart.

Ambrose remarked in the days leading up to this match that he wanted to deliver something we've never seen before. Considering Mick Foley made his mark working Hell in a Cell matches, you would think that impossible.

What we ended up getting was Ambrose and Rollins climbing the cage to start the match, Jamie Noble and Joey Mercury joining them, a wild brawl on top of the damn thing, and a wicked bump off the side through the announce tables. Ambrose broke up an attempted stretcher job and threw Rollins into the ring and only then did the bell ring.

They proceeded to beat the hell out of each other for the next 15 minutes.

Suddenly, just as Ambrose was about to Curb Stomp Rollins onto some cinder blocks for a bit of poetic justice, the lights went out and all we could hear was Bray Wyatt speaking in tongues.

A lantern lit the center of the ring, smoke came up from it, and Wyatt hit the ring to lay out Dean. Rollins took advantage, pinned Ambrose, and the show closed with Wyatt's arms outstretched above Ambrose.

For complete Hell in a Cell results and coverage of every match on the card click here.

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