Noted Ring Names: Dean Ambrose, Jon Moxley
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Date of Birth: December 7, 1985
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Mini Biography: Dean Ambrose started his career back in 2004 under the name of Jon Moxley. Earning high praise from independent companies around the world, he became a household name for the hardcore, holding championship gold in companies such as Combat Zone Wrestling. With his name capturing the attention of wrestling fans across the globe, Jon soon earned a developmental contract with the WWE. He then took on the name of Dean Ambrose and began the process of cementing his name in stone. Feuding with William Regal and Seth Rollins most notably on NXT, Ambrose went on to make his much anticipated main roster debut at Survivor Series 2012, coming in alongside Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns to make a massive impact in the main event, aiding CM Punk in retaining his WWE Championship. The Shield have torn an unstoppable path through the WWE and at Extreme Rules 2013, Dean laid claim to his first taste of WWE gold, capturing the United States Championship. Described by WWE as "Fearless, wild and always unpredictable" as well as a "world class competitor and infamous troublemaker" - Dean Ambrose is the rising star to watch!
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As we head into Great Balls of Fire and Dean’s rematch for the Intercontinental Championship, it seems like it’s all about balls on RAW! Yes, I really just said that. Tonights guests on Miz TV are the Ball family, Los Angeles Lakers draft pick Lonzo Ball, his brother LaMelo and his father LaVar. Miz wants to become a business partner but they laugh him off, only for Dean to arrive wearing one of their Baller Brand T Shirts and announcing nobody has bigger balls than Dean Ambrose. Well then. On that thought, Dean takes the fight to Miz in a six man tag. Teaming up with Rhyno and Slater to take on Miz and his ‘entourage’ of Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel. Miz spends the match actively avoiding Dean and then taunting him when he gets the chance. Not the smartest move. Dean sticks within the rules and unfortunately his opponents do not. With the usual Miz shenanigans, he and his entourage secure the win with Dean just seconds away from breaking up the pin. A frustrating loss for him. Here’s what had to say.

Intercontinental Champion The Miz & The Miztourage def. Dean Ambrose, Heath Slater & Rhyno
First, the bad news for The Miz: Despite landing one of the bigger coups in “Miz TV” history when he had Los Angeles Lakers draft pick Lonzo Ball, his brother LaMelo and his father LaVar as guests, LaVar passed up an opportunity to merge The Miz with Big Baller Brand in favor of Dean Ambrose, who wore a Big Baller Brand shirt to the ring as proof of the collaboration.

The good news, at least, is that the Intercontinental Champion and his Miztourage won the day nevertheless: Heath Slater & Rhyno joined Ambrose in a Six-Man Tag against the entire Miztourage, and despite a formidable effort by Slater & Rhyno, Curtis Axel and Bo Dallas came through for their new benefactor.

While Ambrose chased Miz around the ring and commanded the ref’s attention, Axel hit Rhyno with a cheap shot, and Bo rolled up The Man Beast for three.

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June 27th, 2017

Last week Dean burrowed his way further under The Miz’s skin, causing even more of a rift between he and his wife Maryse using nothing but a bear suit and good timing. This week, Miz invites Maryse to Miz TV to get on his knees and grovel.. well, buy her expensive champagne and gifts anyway. Mid apology, Dean crashes the party and his mere presence sends Miz spiralling into a panic, pulling Maryse in front of him as Dean enters the ring and causing Maryse to splash her champagne all over her face. Miz charges Dean and Dean ducks, sending Miz crashing into the Grandfather Clock he’d gotten repaired for Maryse. She’s had it, and shoves Miz away as she once again storms off. Dean attempts to strike Miz with Dirty Deeds, but settles for clotheslining him out of the ring instead.

Only this time Miz had backup, in the form of the apology bears in the ring. Apology bears that turn out to be Curtis Axel and Bo Dallas, newly recruited as Miz’s sidekicks. They assault Dean viciously, and Miz joins in to deliver a skull crushing finale, leaving Dean writhing in pain in the ring. Ouch.. here’s what had to say!

Dean Ambrose hasn’t just gotten inside The Miz’s head over the last couple of weeks, he’s managed to drive a wedge in the Intercontinental Champion’s marriage.

The Lunatic Fringe’s schemes have landed Miz so deep in the doghouse with Maryse that he had to stage a special apology edition of “Miz TV,” complete with a pair of giant apology bears, who were confirmed not to be Ambrose in disguise, and the inadvertently-destroyed grandfather clock The A-Lister repaired with his own two hands.

It all seemed to be going swimmingly until Ambrose’s music hit, at which point a panicked Miz spilled champagne on Maryse and accidentally demolished the clock again while attempting to bum-rush The Lunatic Fringe.

That fiasco led to Maryse storming off and Ambrose knocking Miz over the ropes, but staying in the ring with the bears proved to be Ambrose’s undoing. The bears attacked The Lunatic Fringe from behind while he was staring down Miz and unmasked themselves to reveal Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel, whom The A-Lister had offered spots in his “entourage” earlier in the evening. Miz provided the exclamation point, booting Ambrose in the face while Dallas and Axel held him down and administering the Skull-Crushing Finale moments later.

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June 20th, 2017

So many puns, so little time. More shenanigans this week as the battle for the Intercontinental Championship and general bragging rights continues between Dean Ambrose and The Miz. Dean starts out his night facing Elias Samson again, looking to get a little payback for the past week. Dean has the match in hand and his opponent down, when the Miz interferes, distracting him and leading Dean on a wild chase around the outside of the ring. He narrowly misses being counted out, but when he gets back in the rin he’s instantly stomped on by Samson and dragged into his finisher. Another annoying loss for Dean.

Later on in the night The Miz demands from Kurt Angle that something be done about Dean, asking for him to be suspended. Angle refuses to do any such thing and tells Miz to handle it himself. Miz attempts to put together an ‘entourage’ but only ends up landing himself in a match against Heath Slater and Rhyno.. with a mystery partner. The mystery partner? The fuzzy bear from last weeks ill fated celebration! Of course.. Miz assumes the bear is Ambrose and is once again wrong as he attacks the hapless guy and finds ‘not Dean Ambrose’ underneath.

Miz returns to the match, momentarily conversing with his wife. While he does so, another bear gets into the ring. Heath Slater aids the bear back to his feet, but suddenly, the bear hits Slater with Dirty Deeds. Maryse tries to warn her husband but he doesn’t listen and ends up knocking her onto her butt! She storms off angry, while Miz turns to meet his fate: Dean Ambrose in a bear costume. There’s so many one liners I can’t even begin. Dean nails Miz with Dirty Deeds, and puts the bear head over his face. Vast improvement if you ask us. Here’s what had to say!

Dean Ambrose is still willing to walk with Elias Samson — but thanks to The Miz, the former Intercontinental Champion can’t quite seem to beat him.

Despite suffering a clothesline that nearly knocked him out of his boots, The Lunatic Fringe fought back from the brink to put the burly balladeer on his heels during the latest installment of their rivalry.

The A-Lister made his presence known at the moment of truth, and while the Intercontinental Champion crucially refrained from laying hands on Ambrose, his presence was enough to seal The Lunatic Fringe’s fate. Ambrose chased Miz around the ring, dove back into the squared circle when he realized he was about to be counted out and immediately ate a knee to the back from Samson. The sinister serenader followed up with the rolling neckbreaker for the win.

Bear with us here, because this gets a little complicated.

First, after Raw General Manager Kurt Angle told Miz he was on his own against Dean Ambrose, The Awesome One attempted to poach Heath Slater to his side as an ally, which led The One-Man Band’s tag partner, Rhyno, to challenge The A-Lister to a tag match — provided, of course, he could find a partner of his own. That turned out to be a giant bear, much like the one Miz suspected was Ambrose in disguise during last week’s catastrophic Intercontinental Championship coronation.

Suspicious of his ursine ally from the get-go, Miz attacked the bear and removed its giant head, only to reveal, once again, that it wasn’t Ambrose, at which point he threw the bear out of the ring in frustration.

The bear seemingly recovered in time to re-enter the fray, but when he hit Dirty Deeds on Slater, the WWE Universe realized a switcheroo had been pulled and Ambrose had finagled his way into the match. Miz was too banged-up to notice, and a panicked Maryse couldn’t get her husband’s attention to warn him.

But when The Lunatic Fringe revealed himself, Miz freaked and accidentally bumped Maryse off the ring apron in his attempt to flee, leading to Ambrose planting his rival with a Dirty Deeds. Ambrose then placed The One-Man Band atop Miz for the win and covered Miz’s head with his mask, leaving WWE’s self-dubbed “It” couple to suffer more humiliation than anyone can possibly bear.

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June 13th, 2017

It’s not paranoia if Dean Ambrose is really out to get you. A lesson The Miz learned tonight on RAW in the aftermath of Extreme Rules. Early in the show Dean came to the ring and quickly dispatched Elias Samson, then called out The Miz demanding his rematch. Miz showed up, but only via video screen and told Dean he wasn’t getting his rematch tonight. While Dean’s attention was focused on the screen, Samson returned to the ring and attacked Dean from behind – well, he’s just racking up the bad book points.

Later on in the night Dean hunts down Kurt Angle and demands to know where Miz is, Angle instead deflects Dean’s demands and tells him to take the night off, his rematch isn’t happening tonight, but Miz’s celebration is. Reluctantly, Dean agrees to leave the building and take the night off.. only, not. He returns a while later, sneaking back in behind Kurt Angles back.

Forward to The Miz’s championship celebration and a mystery man in a bear costume confuses both Miz and his wife, neither of them having ordered ‘the bear’. Miz assumes its Dean and lays the bear out with the skull crushing finale, then tears the head off to reveal… NOT Dean Ambrose. Paranoia well and truly setting in, a gift brought down to ringside is immediately attacked by Miz with a chair, upsetting his wife! Once he’s beaten the gift to a pulp, it turns out it really was just a gift from Maryse. Miz is in for a long night, with his wife so mad at him she leaves! Miz gets back in the ring and demands to know where Dean is. Well, Miz, right behind you! He never suspected the camera man! Dean drops the camera equipment and nails Miz with Dirty Deeds, then steals his champagne to go celebrate revenge. Here’s what had to say!

You can’t really blame Dean Ambrose for being a little raw (so to speak) about what went down at WWE Extreme Rules. After Ambrose somehow managed to adhere to the stipulation that he could lose the Intercontinental Title to The Miz via disqualification at WWE Extreme Rules, a confrontation with the referee allowed The A-Lister to pin Dean the old-fashioned way, all of which is to say that The Lunatic Fringe wasn’t really in the mood for Elias Samson’s singing insults on Raw.

Ambrose ambushed Samson mid-ballad and threw him into the crowd, only stopping to demand his title rematch with The A-Lister. But Miz, having plenty of experience in avoiding people who want to beat him up, came prepared: The new Intercontinental Champion was ensconced in the safety of the backstage area, from which he revealed that Ambrose would not be getting a rematch, and Miz would instead kick off his “Intercontinental Championship Comeback Tour” with a celebration later in the evening.

And then, finally, Samson sprang back up and laid out Ambrose. Adding insult to injury (injuries?), Kurt Angle gave Ambrose the night off when the deposed former champion went hunting for The A-Lister backstage.

In an ideal world for The Miz, he would have begun his Intercontinental Championship “Comeback Tour” with champagne, gifts and absolutely no interference of any kind from Dean Ambrose. He’ll have to settle for two out of three.

The so-called kickoff ceremony did indeed have all the trappings Miz expected, but having seen Seth Rollins do this dance a few years back, the champion was understandably paranoid that Ambrose was lying in wait and thus, had his head on a swivel from the word jump, despite the fact The Lunatic Fringe had been ostensibly given the night off by Raw GM Kurt Angle.

Miz became steadily more unhinged as the ceremony progressed, beating up a dancing bear whom he thought was Ambrose in disguise and dropping two tremendous elbows on a giant gift box before Ambrose could, presumably, jump out and attack. That turned out to be a gift of a “timeless” grandfather clock from Maryse, and its destruction led to The Awesome One’s lady love storming off in disgust.

He needn’t have looked so hard to find The Lunatic Fringe, though: With Kurt Angle distracted thanks to his own ongoing drama surrounding potentially-incriminating texts, Ambrose had snuck back into the building and hid himself in plain sight, filming Miz in the guise of a cameraman and waiting for the opportune moment to strike with Dirty Deeds. The Lunatic Fringe then took Miz’s champagne for good measure.

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June 6th, 2017

One last stop before Extreme Rules and Dean gets the opportunity to team for the first time ever with Team Extreme, Matt and Jeff Hardy! The Hardyz are Dean’s backup as he comes out solo to confront The Miz, Cesaro and Sheamus. A 6 man tag is made and Dean slots right in to the Hardy mayhem. Despite catching a bit of a beating thanks to Miz’s distraction, Dean endures as always to make the tag to Jeff Hardy and eventual victory. He faces The Miz at Extreme Rules to defend his Intercontinental Championship.. but with the disqualification stipulation in place, will Maryse be the X Factor Dean has to look out for? Here’s what had to say!

It is a truth universally acknowledged that nearly every episode of “Miz TV” ends with the host catching hands, but The A-Lister’s sit-down with Cesaro & Sheamus ended badly even by those standards when Dean Ambrose and The Hardy Boyz came a-callin’ and scrapped with their WWE Extreme Rules opponents in Raw’s opening moments.

Despite the beating dished out by the Intercontinental and Raw Tag Team Champions, the impromptu Six-Man matchup that ensued from the fracas provided a unique opportunity for Miz — who will challenge for Ambrose’s title on Sunday — and Cesaro & Sheamus — who’ll make a play for the Hardys’ — to gain some momentum heading into Sunday.

Alas, no dice: After being isolated from the Hardys for an significant portion of the match, The Lunatic Fringe summoned Jeff Hardy into the fray. The Charismatic Enigma quickly tagged in his brother Matt, who survived a wild brawl to hit Twist of Fate on The Miz, teeing up Jeff for the fateful Swanton Bomb.

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May 30th, 2017

At Extreme Rules Dean faces The Miz in a decidedly non extreme match, with the stipulation that if he gets disqualified, he loses the Intercontinental Championship. Tonight on RAW, Dean faces ‘The Drifter’ Elias Samson in his debut match and The Miz showcases just one way in which Dean could find himself disqualified next week.. someone elses attacking Miz? Would Maryse go so far as to attack her own husband to get Dean disqualified? It could happen. It happens on RAW as The Miz interrupts an intense match and delivers a halfhearted blow to Samson, getting Dean DQ’d. Cunning as he may be, it doesn’t stop Dean getting up and chasing after Miz, finally getting his hands on him only for Samson to strike him from behind, making himself his first enemy on RAW in the process. Here’s what had to say!

Elias Samson finally wandered through one too many confrontations on Raw when he interrupted Raw General Manager Kurt Angle’s business, but The Olympic Hero had to be pleasantly surprised when his planned punishment for the roaming balladeer — a match with Dean Ambrose — instead turned into a showcase for Samson’s abilities.

After foretelling The Lunatic Fringe’s doom in song, Samson absolutely overwhelmed the Intercontinental Champion, much to the delight of The Miz at commentary. Ambrose managed to fight his way back and looked to have momentum on his side until Miz rushed the ring and cheap-shotted Samson, costing Ambrose the match on a disqualification ruling. (Remember, Ambrose will lose his title if that happens at Extreme Rules.)

The Lunatic Fringe gave chase to Miz, but Samson attacked from behind and administered a swinging neckbreaker to the champion, proving he’ll stroll wherever he pleases and back it up when called upon, as well.

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May 23rd, 2017

Hot off of the grueling 2 week long European tour, Dean and team RAW return to the USA and Trenton, New Jersey where he’s set to defend his Intercontinental Championship against long time rival, The Miz. The Miz is always an unpredictable adversary with the X Factor of Maryse in his corner, which means Dean is doubly on his guard and tonight it works out in his favor.. kinda. Early in the match Miz uses stalling tactics to get the advantage, before Dean picks up the pace and fights back, his usual hectic style sending The Miz reeling once again. Maryse attempts to get involved and save her husband from a flying elbow from the top turnbuckle to the outside, but Dean gives her the count of three and jumps anyway! This sends Maryse into a fury and she again attempts to distract Dean while Miz sneaks up behind him and goes to deliver a low blow. But sensing something amiss, Dean catches Miz’s fist before it can strike and asks him just what the hell he thinks he’s doing, before delivering a swift boot of his own to The Miz’s prized jewels. Oh, ouch. Dean’s instantly disqualified despite The Miz attempting to do it first.. but never fear, Dean retains his Championship nevertheless.

Later on in the night The Miz complains to Kurt Angle about Dean getting DQ’d. Kurt makes a match for Extreme Rules involving, well, no Extreme Rules! In fact if Dean gets DQ’d, he loses the title! Best behavior at the most extreme Pay Per View of the year, then? Errrr. Here’s what had to say!

The Miz’s tendency to get people riled up to the point of a blind, frothing rage didn’t just land him on the wrong end of a Dean Ambrose beating — it cost him the Intercontinental Championship.

Granted, Miz technically won the match, but The Lunatic Fringe’s excessive aggression was such that the ref was forced to throw out the contest, handing Miz the disqualification victory but allowing Ambrose to retain the title via champion’s advantage.

It was a surprising ending to a match that had been a dead heat from the word jump, and things only took a turn when Maryse distracted the ref while Miz wound up for a massive low-blow on The Lunatic Fringe. Ambrose intercepted the attack and replied in kind with a Charlie Brown boot to The A-Lister’s nether regions, only this time the ref was watching, and Ambrose was disqualified as a result.

Luckily for Miz, Kurt Angle was willing to give him another opportunity at the title at WWE Extreme Rules, but The A-Lister demanded, and received, further consideration, cajoling The Olympic Hero into adding the stipulation that the title can change hands via disqualification. The confrontation got a bit more heated than expected, but the reappearance of Elias Samson was enough to diffuse the tension.

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May 16th, 2017

LONDON — Oh, it’s true: Raw General Manager Kurt Angle was apparently so impressed with Dean Ambrose’s matchmaking suggestions last week that he named the Intercontinental Champion as his acting replacement during the opening minutes of Raw’s international stopover in London.

Ambrose had to contend with opposition almost immediately when his No. 1 contender, The Miz, arrived and revealed that Raw Commissioner Stephanie McMahon had named him Co-Acting General Manager in order to mitigate Ambrose’s unpredictability, but The Lunatic Fringe quickly proved his management skills were still beyond reproach. When a returning Kalisto confronted a sling-bound Braun Strowman, The Monster Among Men claimed he could defeat The King of Flight with one good arm if he so desired, so Ambrose gave Strowman the opportunity to prove it in a match later that night. On top of that, The Lunatic Fringe even managed to get one up on his trash-talking No. 1 contender by declaring Miz would face Finn Bálor in the night’s first match.

Finn Balor Vs The Miz: Miz almost finagled a disqualification win for himself when he threw Bálor into the referee, after which The A-Lister used his Co-Acting General Manager powers to disqualify his opponent. But Dean Ambrose quickly overruled the decision, had the match restarted and banned Maryse from ringside. With Miz’s security blanket gone, Bálor made quick work of him, pouncing with a Sling Blade and sealing the deal with a Coup de Grâce.

Earlier in the night, Dean Ambrose used his matchmaking abilities to feed The Miz to Finn Bálor. Well, The A-Lister didn’t just end the evening with one leg up on Ambrose, he ended it with two: Not only did Raw General Manager Kurt Angle move Miz’s Intercontinental Championship Match to next week from its originally assumed time at WWE Extreme Rules, but The A-Lister used some matchmaking savvy of his own to pit Ambrose against Bray Wyatt in Raw’s main event.

Awesome if you’re Miz, not so much if you’re Ambrose: The Reaper of Souls was all over his longtime foe, and when the Intercontinental Champion gained some momentum, Miz got involved, sauntering down from commentary to mug with the Intercontinental Title itself and, eventually, hit Ambrose in the back with it out of the official’s sight.

Wyatt hit Sister Abigail to defeat Ambrose moments later, but Miz got the last word, raking Ambrose’s face in a post-match beatdown before promising to reclaim the title and once again usher in an era of awesomeness.

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May 9th, 2017

Dean took on a new role on RAW tonight, or a handful of new roles even. Creating matches and doing interviews! As Finn Balor and Seth Rollins bicker in the ring about who should be next in line for the Universal Championship, Dean interrupts to tell them the only championship they should be worrying about is the Intercontinental Championship – being as the Universal Champion can’t be bothered to show up much. Miz interrupts Dean and declares he’s the only one deserving of any shots at anything, and Dean, Seth and Finn tell him to shut up. Dean then calls the General Manager Kurt Angle and makes a match. Rollins Vs Miz Vs Balor for the Intercontinental Championship #1 Contendership!

Match made, Dean gets himself into interviewer mode and tracks down all three of his would be opponents to give them a little Q&A. ‘Mean Dean’ Ambrose on the scene. Miz ignores his questions, Seth Rollins tells Dean he’s got a few new tricks up his sleeve and Finn Balor? Finn Balor gets given some carbs (a donut) because his abs are out of control.

It’s The Miz that goes on to win the Triple Threat main event. So it looks like Dean is gearing up to tangle with the A Lister one more time! Here’s what had to say.

With Seth Rollins and Finn Bálor both impressing last night at WWE Payback, the field for the Universal Championship has suddenly gotten very crowded.

Both Superstars made it very apparent that their long-term goal is to challenge Brock Lesnar for Raw’s resident heavyweight title, as The Architect has never won it and Bálor was forced to relinquish it due to injury just 24 hours after becoming the first-ever Universal Champion.

Dean Ambrose was quick to break up the confab, claiming that he, as Intercontinental Champion, held the No. 1 prize on Raw and would be happy to defend it against either Seth or Finn. That brought out The Miz, who once again ran Ambrose down for The Lunatic Fringe’s perceived slights against what became Miz’s signature championship over the last year. So, Ambrose devised a simple solution: He called Raw General Manager Kurt Angle from the ring and got him to sanction a Triple Threat Match tonight between Rollins, Bálor and Miz, with the winner to be named his No. 1 contender.

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May 2nd, 2017

What’s a guy gotta do to get through a talk show around here? Chris Jericho’s planned “Highlight Reel” discussion of his United States Title rematch with Kevin Owens — a match that will send him to SmackDown LIVE if he wins, for what it’s worth — was interrupted not once, but twice, by Superstars looking to take over the proceedings.

First, The Miz swooped in and immediately transformed “The Highlight Reel” into “Miz TV” so he could interview Jericho, but Dean Ambrose was hot on his heels to flip “Miz TV” into “The Ambrose Asylum.” And, to his credit, Ambrose remembered he owed Jericho a jacket, so he brought the G.O.A.T. a peace offering of a homemade, Christmas light-spangled replacement. (The destruction of Mitch the Plant and Ambrose’s lingering $15,000 debt to Jericho apparently cancelled each other out.)

When Miz tried (unsuccessfully) to stop Jericho from trying it on, maaaannnnnn, and started bemoaning Dean’s supposed sullying of the Intercontinental Title and complaining that he didn’t get a gift, Ambrose hit him with Dirty Deeds and Jericho put Maryse on The List for being married to The Miz. Harsh.

The bad news for The Miz is that he’s already alienated everyone on Raw to such a degree that only one person wanted to be his tag team partner against talk-show foes Dean Ambrose & Chris Jericho in a Kurt Angle-organized main event. The good news is that that one man was … Elias Samson? Nah, Miz doesn’t even know him, despite a brief backstage interaction. It was, apparently, Bray Wyatt.

Granted, The Reaper of Souls waited until about halfway into the match to actually show up, leaving Miz to suffer a 2-on-1 mugging for more time than he probably would have preferred. But the former WWE Champion more than made up for the delay, saving Miz from a trip through the commentary table, Sister Abigail’ing Ambrose into the LED board and leading a 2-on-1 beatdown of Chris Jericho that ended the match without an official announcement.

Once Jericho had been hauled into the ring, Wyatt feasted upon his foe with Sister Abigail, but he wasn’t interested in sharing the glory: When Miz tried to mug with The Eater of Worlds after the match, Wyatt turned on The A-Lister and subjected him to a Sister Abigail of his own. Miz did say his partner had a flair for the dramatic. Maybe it was Wyatt after all.

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April 25th, 2017