When Dean Ambrose won the Money in the Bank ladder match and cashed in the contract later that night to become WWE Champion, he shocked the world.
After Seth Rollins pinned Roman Reigns to win the title - which Vince McMahon apparently ordered after he was notified of Reigns' Wellness Policy violation and upcoming suspension - 'The Architect' Rollins only had a minute to celebrate with the big belt before Ambrose's music sounded.
Instead of running down the ramp, however, Ambrose attacked Rollins with the briefcase from behind. One fan in the crowd caught that moment on camera and it looks amazing.
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The fan in the stands at the T-Mobile Arena in the Las Vegas was in a perfect spot to capture the action of the cash in. Sat behind the ring and commentators desk, opposite the stage, you can clearly see Ambrose come out from under the ring in order to attack Rollins.
While Rollins was distracted, staring at the stage, Ambrose comes out of the ring, clocks him round the head with the case and hits Dirty Deeds to get the win and become the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion, the third member of The Shield to hold the belt in less than an hour.
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That is exceptional stuff, but it begs the question, how long was Dean Ambrose under that ring for?
According to reports, Ambrose was smuggled into the area during a moment where a video package was playing on the big screen about the Rollins vs Reigns title fight.
With the lights turned all the way down, and the fans attention turned to the video screens, Ambrose was apparently brought in alongside a bunch of ring crew and stashed under the ring then. Unfortunately, they didn't do a great job of hiding him amongst the ring crew because several people noticed him coming down the ramp.
So, what was Dean Ambrose doing under that ring? Playing games on his phone? Talking to Seth and Roman from under the canvas, pretending that he's a ghost? Or just waiting for one of the referees to tell him to come out? The last one might be more plausible but I prefer the first two.
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