I know I’m two weeks late with this match but I’m going to voice my opinion on it. This Falls Count Anywhere main event match was… AWESOOOOOME! It was so great to see these two men work a match that was able to top their match at SummerSlam. Critics keep saying that they deserve to be the main event and they did not disappoint when given the chance.
I watched this match with the same mindset that I had at SummerSlam. I didn’t care who would win the match, I just knew I was going to see a good match. I love how the WWE Universe was given the opportunity to choose the stipulation for the match. Our choices were No Disqualification, No Holds Barred, or Falls Count Anywhere. (I think the choices were dull because No DQ is the same as No Holds Barred. So the only interesting one to see was Falls Count Anywhere.) I immediately picked the Falls Count Anywhere stipulation and had my friend pick it as well. With that stipulation I wanted to see these two take their fight backstage or even turn it into a street fight.
I haven’t so into a match like I was with this one. When Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins started fighting in the audience and up on top of the ramp I kept shouting, “Yeah! Take it backstage!” It was great! Then they work their way back to the ring and hit each other with a kendo stick. What really stole the show was when Dean threw all the steel chairs that he could find, into the ring and then Seth Rollins power bombed him on top of those chairs. That deserves a slammy.
As if that was it, the two men went through a table. When was the last time two competitors went through a table? Too long ago, that’s when. So that really satisfied me as a fan. Then, just when Dean is getting the three count, Kane interferes! I thought that would be it, BUT IT WASN’T! Dean takes the fight to the audience again, then onto the announce tables. I was jumping up and down in my seat. In fact my friends turned to me and laughed while telling me to calm down. I actually made my chair hit the wall behind me because of how excited I was.
I know that the ending of that match can be considered bad, but I’m not a sheep. There is no way Seth Rollins can Curb Stomp through a stack of cinder blocks without breaking his foot. I wasn’t buying that part of the match as real. I know that Dean Ambrose is completely fine and did not receive any injury from that. But that was a good way to end that match and only fuels the fire when Dean Ambrose makes his return. When that happens, I will be looking forward to it. This match is by far my second favorite main event match of RAW. (My number one is Lita vs. Trish for the Woman’s Championship) This match deserves a replay and the Match of the Year award.
So now Dean Ambrose is missing and refusing medical care. The WWE Universe wants to blame The Authority for planting the cinder blocks at ringside. Triple H is in turn blaming the situation on the WWE Universe, because we’re the ones who picked the stipulation. I’m not stupid. It was obviously planned all along and I don’t mean that because wrestling is fake, no. Look at the stipulation options that were given to the WWE Universe to choose from. Each stipulation allows the competitors to use foreign objects on their opponents. So no matter which stipulation was picked, the cinder blocks were going to be used. With all of that said, I loved this match. It is one that will go down in history and is just down right AWESOME!