When Dean Ambrose said he had a toolbox of ideas for his Hell in a Cell match with Seth Rollins, there was no telling what he had in mind for it. He outright said he wanted to do something we've never seen before and while that's not exactly what happened, they still delivered the goods at the pay-per-view tonight in Dallas, Texas.
Like so (GIF via Wrestling With Text):
Naturally, they did a stretcher job immediately after this, leading to Ambrose definantly fighting off the paramedics to attack Rollins and get back to fighting. This may have been an homage to both Shawn Michaels (they took a bump that was more or less exactly what Shawn did in the first Hell in a Cell match in 1997) and Mick Foley (the big bump followed by a teased stretcher job and the babyface fighting it off).
Either way, it was an awesome moment in a match that exceeded expectations.
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