Seth Rollins hit a brutal Superplex to Dean Ambrose from the top of a Cage at Starrcade

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With Brock Lesnar out of the picture on Monday Night Raw for seemingly the foreseeable future, the main storyline will see Seth Rollins battling with his nemesis Dean Ambrose.

Having been teammates and rivals in the past, Ambrose turned on his 'brother' a month ago after they had just captured the Raw Tag Team Championships.

After weeks of silence, Ambrose revealed that The Shield made him weak, and he needed to get away from it to find himself again.

The feud is heating up though, with Rollins not being allowed to get the upper hand just yet, as Ambrose keeps repeatedly playing mind games and ambushing him on Raw.

But a select few thousand WWE fans got to see the first singles match between the two in years, and the first that saw Ambrose play the antagonist.

Ambrose's hometown of Cincinnati hosted the special event Starrcade last night - and they were locked inside a Steel Cage.

It won't be broadcast in the WWE Network one-hour special of the event, as they clearly want to keep the first match seen by the wider fanbase to be the one they will have at TLC next month.

Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins will face-off at TLC next month, but they tore the house down at Starrcade last night.

But from a tweet posted by one fan, it looks like the match was as crazy as a Cage match between the two could ever be.

As Ambrose was trying to escape the structure, the athletic Rollins leapt to the top rope and scaled the cage - and what happened next was extraordinary.

With the Lunatic Fringe hanging halfway out of the steel walls, Rollins grabbed him and hit a huge Superplex, and turned that into a Falcon Arrow for the near-fall.

The crowd absolutely loved that as you can clearly hear.

Rollins did end up winning the match, and it's one that WWE fans around the world will be so excited to see next month at WWE's next pay-per-view.

We can't guarantee that there will be any crazy spots like that though, as right now it is just a standard singles match for Rollins' Intercontinental Championship.

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