Backstage: JoJo is with Baron Corbin and she asks him about his victory over Dolph Ziggler and the low blow that led to the victory. JoJo asks about the way he won. Baron says that people have issues with the way he won a No Disqualification Match. He did that to Dolph Ziggler because he can.
Dolph Ziggler shows up and says ‘Because I Can’ is clever. Dolph says that Baron cannot be on Breaking Ground without looking like a tool. He can’t beat him in a technical wrestling match.
Baron says he did not grow up wanting to be in WWE and be the best wrestler. If you want another match, we can have it and we can talk about technical wrestling . . . when you wake up. Dolph says we have a match for next week and you can watch his match against Dean Ambrose to see what a wrestling match is all about.
Dean Ambrose versus Dolph Ziggler in a Money in the Bank Qualifying Match
They lock up and Ambrose with a waist lock take down. Ambrose with a snap mare for a near fall. Ziggler gets a take down and rollup for a near fall. Ambrose with a wrist lock into an arm bar. Ziggler with a gutwrench rollup for a near fall. Ambrose with a hammer lock and Ambrose with a side head lock take down. Dean with a shoudler tackle. Ziggler with a drop kick for a near fall. Ziggler with a side head lock take down. Ambrose with a back elbow and slam for a near fall. Ambrose with chops. Ambrose with a chop in the corner. Ziggler with a sunset flip for a near fall. Ambrose gets a near fall. Ziggler with another near fall. ZIggler is sent through the ropes and Ambrose tease a suicide dive but he sees where ZIggler is so he stops short.
Ambrose sets for a superplex but Ambrose is knocked off the turnbuckles. Ambrose wtih a forearm followed by a superplex and he gets a near fall. Ambrose with a forearm into the corner but Ziggler avoids the bulldog and hits a Stinger Splash. Ambrose avoids the neck breaker and then Ambrose sends Ziggler over the top rope to the floor and Ambrose with a suicide dive. Ziggler sets for the X Factor off the turnbuckles but Dean pushes him off and Ambrose with the elbow drop but Ziggler rolls through for a near fall. Ziggler with a Fameasser for a near fall. Ambrose blocks a super kick and then both men go for a cross body and both men are down.
Dean and Dolph alternate punches. Ziggler with a super kick and Ambrose bounces off the ropes for a wackyline and a near fall. Ambrose goes to the turnbuckles but Ziggler meets him with a drop kick for a near fall. Ziggler with a splash into the turnbuckles and he punches Dean but Dean holds on and tries for a power bomb but Ziggler counters with a sunset flip and a near fall. Ziggler tries for the Zig Zag but since Ambrose is on the ropes, he holds on. Ambrose with a double underhook DDT for the three count.
Winner: Dean Ambrose
Dolph Ziggler vs. Baron Corbin in a No Disqualification Match
They had the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at ringside and noted it would have been Andre’s birthday last week. They went right at it. Ziggler drilled Corbin with right hands and tried to whip him out of the corner but Corbin reversed and sent him to the floor. Ziggler was pulled into the ringpost. Back in the ring, he nailed a series of elbows in the corner. He tied up Ziggler in the ropes and drilled him with a right hand. He measure him and struck Ziggler again.
Corbin manhandled Ziggler and used a half nelson. He charged Ziggler but was sent to the floor. When he returned Ziggler nailed a series of clotheslines and a neckbreaker. Corbin rolled oiut of the ring to the floor and snapped Ziggler acrioss the ropes. Ziggler came back with a nice dropkick and dropped an elbow for a two count. Zigger went for the Zig Zag but got caught. Corbin went for a powerbomb but Ziggler slipped through for a sunset flip for a two count. Corbin drilled him with a spin around slam for a close two count. Corbin went for a powerbomb out of the corner but Ziggler slipped out and nailed a tornado DDT and the Famouser for another close two count. Ziggler drilled him with a series of headbutts but Corbin caught him with an uppercut to the groin, which is legal due to the No DQ stipulation. The announcers wondered whether Ziggler would be able to continue. Corbin nailed the End of Days and scored the pin.
Winner: Baron Corbin
Dolph appeared on FOX Business’ Kennedy this past Thursday night. You can check out video of his appearance below and of course, captures are up in our gallery.
Sheamus vs. Dolph Ziggler
Sheamus got off to an early advantage with strikes and a clothesline. He went for some Beats of the Bodhran, but Ziggler fired back with a neck snap over the top rope. Ziggler then got back in the ring, but Sheamus sent him right back out with a running double axe handle. Sheamus hit an axe bomber and ten taunted the crowd. He followed up with vertical suplex from the apron to the inside of the ring, and then applied a chin lock. Ziggler fought to his feet and was able to avoid a Brogue Kick in order to hit a Fameasser. He then hit two stinger splashes in the corner. Ziggler hit the ropes again, but Sheamus caught him on the rebound for a backbreaker and a cover for a two count. Sheamus picked up Ziggler slowly, but he shot up with a headbutt. He went for a Zigzag, but Sheamus shook him off and hotshotted him into the top rope. Ziggler rebounded off the top rope and hit a superkick that got a clean pinfall.
Winnrer: Dolph Ziggler
WWE Monday Night Raw is broadcasting live from the Greensboro Coliseum tonight. Ahead of the big event, FOX8’s Julie Grant sat down with WWE superstar Dolph Ziggler for an exclusive interview. The former two-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion dreamed of becoming a WWE superstar from the time he was five years old. He wrestled as a child and became a standout and record-setter in both high school and college. While studying at Kent State University, Ziggler became fluent in sign language. He also was accepted into law school.
Ziggler’s exceptional talent in the ring has launched his career to the big screen. He is currently starring in the new action thriller “Countdown.’ Ziggler even performed some of his own stunts in the film. When he is not traveling with WWE, Ziggler can usually be found doing stand-up comedy. Watch the interview with Dolph Ziggler to find out more, including what inspires him most and the best piece of advice he ever received.