Ambrose attacks and a friend's plea - Smackdown review 17th October

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It was another one of those nights for Dean Ambrose as he was once again the victim of an assault by the Authority but he managed to fight his way out.

The show opened with Mr Money in the Bank Seth Rollins coming to the ring and giving a speech about what he intends to do to Ambrose in their Hell in a Cell match.

With less than two weeks until the Hell in a Cell PPV Rollins was clearly very enthusiastic about his chances of defeating Ambrose.

After his actions Monday night on RAW, Rollins faced off against the Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler who was after some revenge.

After the match, Ambrose came out and was eventually confronted by Kane after Rollins had ran away, kane then informed Ambrose that he would be facing the big red monster later that night.

Ambrose once again having to fight the odds but his trusty friend the steel chair was a key factor in his survival tonight.

The WWE's two best friends engaged in a fairly comical segment as Big Show called Mark Henry to the ring to make a special request of him.

Some more good friends teamed up as the Usos and Sheamus took on Star and Goldust who partnered the Miz with the ever comical Damian Mizdow at ringside.

An impressive win from the Usos and the Celtic Warrior who is set to take on the Miz for the US title at Hell in a Cell.

After the two teamed up on RAW and Layla abandoned her partner, she was forced to face the Divas Champion AJ Lee one-on-one.

Clearly the feud between AJ and Paige isn't going anywhere and Paige's relationship with Alicia Fox will continue to baffle and concern us all.

Nikki Bella was in action as she took on Naomi and seemed in a ruthless mood ahead of her match with her sister Brie at Hell in a Cell.


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