WWE SmackDown Review: Results, Analysis and Grades for 9/17

9 of 10


Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns vs. Sheamus and Seth Rollins

Result: Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose defeats Seth Rollins and Sheamus via pinfall (Dirty Deeds).

Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars

Rollins starts off against Dean Ambrose, but that doesn’t last long as Sheamus quickly tags himself in. Sheamus goes to the outside and grabs a mic to tell the people he doesn’t look stupid, and Rollins can’t control his laughing on the apron. Sheamus and Rollins both get dumped to the outside and Ambrose fakes a suicide dive. After Rollins ducks Reigns comes around the corner and hits a huge clothesline to Rollins on the outside. Reigns and Ambrose stand tall in the ring as the show heads to commercial.

After the break Seth Rollins is in control of Ambrose in the ring. They show footage from during commercial where Rollins and Sheamus argued on the outside, but put differences aside to both toss Ambrose into the barricade. In the ring Rollins hits an underhook backbreaker before tagging in Sheamus.

Sheamus hits a suplex on Ambrose, but loses his focus jawing at Rollins and Ambrose rolls him up for a two count. Rollins and Sheamus use quick tags to keep fresh while working over Ambrose. Sheamus has Ambrose up for a powerbomb, but Dean reverses it and tosses Sheamus to the outside. Inside the ring Ambrose hits a neckbreaker on Sheamus before getting the hot tag to Reigns. Sheamus tags in Rollins as well and Reigns unloads on him.

Reigns hits a Samoan drop and a dead lift powerbomb to Rollins. When he tries to set up for a Superman Punch, Rollins rolls away. He takes out Roman at the knee and hits a superkick. When Rollins goes to tag Sheamus in, the Irishman backs away. Rollins grabs Sheamus’s briefcase to provoke him and makes him get back onto the apron, where Rollins tags him in. As the two argue on the outside, Ambrose hits a suicide dive to Sheamus on the outside. Reigns hits a Superman Punch and Ambrose hits a Dirty Deeds for the pinfall victory.

After the match, a vignette airs on the titan tron of Braun Strowman destroying everyone since his debut in WWE. Wyatt comes on-screen to ask Reigns and Ambrose who would be foolish enough to join them at Night of Champions. Wyatt says it doesn’t matter because they all fall down. Strowman appears, says run, and ends out broadcast.

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