And the audience gets mild. Then Seth Rollins and Dolph Ziggler break again.
Isolated, Rollins and Ziggler are actually two of the best switches, not only in WWE but in the world. Rollins and Ziggler can legitimately claim the mythical crown of "best in the world" and that would give an argument worth listening to.
The problem with what feels like the last six months, Raw has given fans some combination of Rollins vs. Ziggler one too many times.
When Rollins started his intercontinental title open challenge, the possibilities for who would answer the call were endless. A return Bray Wyatt? An NXT call like Velveteen Dream or EC3? Maybe someone from 205 Live like Mustafa Ali or Cedric Alexander gets shot once in a while?
Instead, the fans got the recorder and Ziggler challenging Rollins again.
Seth Rollins vs. Dolph Ziggler for the IC title, again.
The battle itself? It was pretty damn good. The Raw Live audiences in Milwaukee even Rollins and Ziggler gave a short, weak "this is awesome" chant. After Ziggler beat a bad Zig Zag on the champion, Rollins threw out and the audience paid their respect.
Want to start a rally Rollins went for its signature superplex in the Falcon Arrow combo. Then Ziggler did not kick out.
Rollins Winning Falcon Arrow?!?! Thank you WWE. It was a surprise end.
Seth "Freaking" Rollins is still your WWE IC champion.
Wins in another title match, and is played by Falcon Arrow, where is Dolph Ziggler from here?
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