Dean Ambrose gets staples in head after brutal WWE RAW match

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Last night's episode of Monday Night RAW was definitely something. It wasn't good, of course, but it existed and it was three hours long.

 The Slammy's are a terrible idea, always have been and always will be, with the pomp of the awards ceremony never really being worth the payoff of a wrestler or celebrity winning one of the tackiest trophies in the entire sporting or entertainment worlds.

Whilst nothing important really happened - no storylines were advanced etc - we did get to see a pretty nice steel cage match between Dean Ambrose and Sheamus, that left the former needing medical treatment.


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Ambrose ended up winning the contest by falling off the outside of the cage first, before Roman Reigns hit Sheamus with a spear, but it wasn't all easy goings for the lunatic fringe.

Ambrose had to be tended to by WWE doctors after the match as he sustained a pretty nasty cut to the head. It required six staples to patch up.

The WWE posted several updates to their social media channels about Ambrose.

A couple of staples to the head is nothing new for Ambrose, who used to be involved in extreme death matches galore during his time on the indy wrestling scene as Jon Moxley. 

You can even catch a video of Ambrose getting the stapes below, it includes bonus signing from the man himself.

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