Seth Rollins makes his way to the ring and he has his Money in the Bank briefcase with him.
Seth is told that he sold out before he gets a chance to talk and Seth joins in on the chant. He wants everyone else to keep it coming. He says you are damn right he sold out. When you are young and naïve, lofty principles, integrity and honor mean the world to you. Honor doesn’t pay the bills. If any of you cowards had any guts, you would realize you would sell out your mother, father, dog, or grandparents. Seth says that you would sell out your brothers, your best friends, and anyone and anything to be anything like him.
The major fault in that logic is that you will never be like him. You will never look like him. You will never talk like him. You will never be as successful as he has become. That is because you will never realize what he has come to understand. Selling out is the best thing that you can do in your life.
Seth says that he is better than he has ever been. He is Mr. Money in the Bank. He is the future of the WWE. That brings him to his Hell in a Cell match with Dean Ambrose. He is only going to say this once so he will be very clear. Dean Ambrose, you do not belong at Hell in a Cell. You belong in a straitjacket. You may walk into Hell in a Cell, but Seth guarantees that Dean will be carried out.
Mark his words, when he is finished with Dean Ambrose, all of your hopes and dreams will be left in a pile of rubble in that cell. You will be nothing more than a hot, sweaty, smelly mess.
Seth says that he sold out. He sold Dean Ambrose out, but at Hell in a Cell, he is going to put Dean out.
Dolph Ziggler’s music plays and he makes his way to the ring for his match against Rollins. We see footage of Orton’s victory over the Intercontinental Champion followed by Seth’s Black Out to Ziggler.
Dolph tells Seth that the sound you hear is the sound you hear when people want to see something. You wouldn’t know anything about that because Dean Ambrose isn’t out here. When you sell out, you get the money and the fame. There is one thing way more important that you cannot get and that is priceless. You get self respect.
Seth asks if anyone really cares about respect. Did respect do anything for you when I curb stomped your face into oblivion on Monday night? Respect won’t save you tonight and neither will showing off for the people.
Ziggler with a drop kick and the referee has to hold Ziggler back before he can get everything out of the ring and get this match started.
Dolph Ziggler vs. Seth Rollins
Ziggler with a back body drop and clothesline that sends Rollins over the top rope to the floor. Rollins shows some frustration as we go to commercial.
We are back and Rollins is back in control. Rollins punches Ziggler while the referee warns him. Rollins with a suplex and he gets a near fall. Rollins with a rear chin lock and then he applies a modified Cobra Clutch. Ziggler with punches to get out of the hold and an arm drag. Rollins with a flatline into the turnbuckles and he gets a near fall.
Rollins with a boot to the midsection and then he stomps on the hand. Rollins stands on the other arm and he stomps on the wrist. Rollins pulls at Ziggler’s face and the referee warns him. Rollins with knees to the midsection and then he slaps the back of Ziggler’s head while Ziggler is choked in the ropes. Ziggler sends Rollins to the floor and Rollins holds his knee and he limps around the ringside area.
Ziggler sends Rollins into the announce table and then into the apron. Ziggler thinks about using the ring post but Rollins pulls Ziggler into the ring post instead. Rollins sends Ziggler back into the ring and Rollins goes up top but Ziggler recovers and hits a super X Factor for a near fall.
We go to commercial.
We are back and Rollins misses a splash into the corner and he hits the top turnbuckle. Both men are down. Both men get back to their feet and Ziggler with a flying clothesline and splash into the corner followed by punches and a neck breaker. Ziggler with a leaping elbow drop for a near fall.
Rollins goes to the apron and Rollins drops Ziggler on the top rope. Rollins goes up top and Ziggler leaps up to stop him but Rollins with elbows to Ziggler and Rollins tries for a sunset flip power bomb but Ziggler holds on to the ropes. Ziggler counters into a hesitation DDT and Ziggler gets a near fall.
Ziggler misses the Zig Zag when Rollins holds on to the ropes. Rollins misses the Black Out when Ziggler moves. Ziggler tries for the Fameasser but Rollins tries to counter it into a power bomb. Ziggler counters that with a sunset flip for a near fall. Rollins picks up Ziggler and hits the Buckle Bomb followed by Black Out for the three count.
Winner: Seth Rollins
After the match: After the match, Dean Ambrose comes to the ring and he has his contract from Monday night with him.
Rollins leaves the ring and Dean asks Seth why is he running. Dean says that he is here to chat. He finally got what he has been foaming for. He has Seth Rollins trapped inside Hell in a Cell, the most demonic structure in the WWE. He will make the most of it. He will turn Seth inside out. He will rip Seth’s face clean off. He will take his left boot and jam it down Seth’s throat. He will take his right boot, his lucky boot, and he will stick that where the sun don’t shine. After that, what he is going to do next, he cannot even say it on this show.
Kane’s music plays and he appears on the stage. He tells Dean that it is true that they will be competing at Hell in a Cell. Kane says that he doesn’t have a match, so that is making him ‘aggressive’. Kane says that he likes hurting people. The shrieks of terror make him sleep at night. He would like to hear Dean scream in pain tonight in the main event when you face . . . me.
Backstage: Kane is in his office and Seth Rollins enters. He tells Kane to leave a little piece of Dean Ambrose.
Kane tells Seth he has never experienced Hell in a Cell and neither has Dean Ambrose. Kane says that both of you are facing first time apocalypse. He says that he does not think that either of them understand the punishment and pain you will get. Kane says that him, Orton, and Seth will inflict some damage on Cena and Ambrose on Raw. Kane tells Seth to watch him tonight because he may learn something tonight. He says that he knows that Ambrose will.
Kane (with Seth Rollins) vs. Dean Ambrose
Seth waves at Dean before the bell rings. Dean with a waist lock but Kane with an elbow and uppercut followed by a kick and slam attempt but Dean goes to the floor and Kane goes out as well but Dean returns to the ring before Kane or Rollins can do anything.
Kane gets back into the ring and they lock up. Dean with jabs in the corner but Kane sends Dean into the turnbuckles and he connects with punches. Dean with jabs to Kane and then he hits a drop kick to Kane against the ropes and then he hits a clothesline that sends Kane over the top rope to the floor. Dean holds the ropes open for Seth but Seth stays on the floor.
Kane tries to attack Dean from behind but Dean drops down and Kane goes over the top rope to the floor and then Dean with a plancha onto Kane. Dean kicks Kane in the corner but Kane with an Irish whip and he runs into a boot. Dean tries for a tornado DDT but Kane pushes Dean away and then Kane hits a boot to the head.
They go to the floor and Kane sends Ambrose into the ringside barrier and apron. Kane slams Dean’s hand into the ring steps. He does it a second time. They return to the ring and Kane with a punch and then he chokes Ambrose in the turnbuckles. Kane with a punch to Ambrose and then he sends Ambrose to the mat with an arm wringer and Kane gets a near fall. Kane works on the wrist. Kane with a knee and then he sends Ambrose to the floor.
Kane follows Ambrose to the floor and he tries to send Ambrose face first into the steps but Ambrose blocks it and he sends Kane into the ring steps. Ambrose with a drop kick that sends Kane into the steps. Ambrose returns to the ring to stop the referee’s count and then he goes back to the floor with a suicide dive. Ambrose sends Kane back in and he goes up top and hits a missile drop kick.
Ambrose with a running forearm into the corner followed by a bulldog and he gets a near fall. Ambrose goes for a double underhook DDT but Rollins gets on the apron. Ambrose knocks Rollins off the apron and then Kane catches Ambrose on a cross body attempt. Ambrose gets away from Kane and he prepares to rebound from the ropes but Rollins pulls Ambrose to the floor and the refeee calls for the bell.
Winner: Dean Ambrose (by Disqualification)
After the match: Rollins and Kane attack Ambrose. Rollins with a Buckle Bomb and Kane brings a chair into the ring. Rollins sets for Black Out onto the chair but Ambrose moves and he knocks Kane off the apron with a punch. Ambrose grabs the chair and he is stopped by Kane long enough to allow Rollins to escape the ring.
Ambrose escapes a choke slam and he hits Kane a few times with the chair.