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WWE News: Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins relive their classic Hell in a Cell encounter

Riju Dasgupta
1.54K   //    07 Oct 2017, 11:56 IST

Watch Ambrose and Rollins take a trip down memory lane
Watch Ambrose and Rollins take a trip down memory lane

What's the story?

They may be RAW Tag Team Champions, right now, but once upon a time, they waged crazy battles against one another. While Hell in a Cell may be a SmackDown Live event, WWE released a video of RAW superstars Ambrose and Rollins reliving the titanic clash they had at Hell in a Cell, only three years ago.

In case you didn't know...

Hell in a Cell 2017 comes our way this weekend, with Kevin Owens and Shane McMahon in the featured match, inside this dreaded structure. The New Day and The Usos too will bring their impeccable chemistry to this deadly steel cage.

To presumably publicise the event, WWE had Ambrose and Rollins walk down memory lane, as a welcome distraction from their newfound alliance, to show fans that the road that brought them to the dance was a bumpy one.

The heart of the matter

The video is a pretty cool watch, with both Ambrose and Rollins making several comments that are certain to crack up the fans. It is amusing to listen to Seth Rollins admit that the blonde streak in his hair wasn't as good an idea as it had once seemed.

The two refer to Kane as "Libertarian Kane" after his recent political adventures, and it is also amusing to hear Ambrose saying, "I don't like ghosts" about Bray Wyatt's interference at the end.

At the end of the video, both Ambrose and Rollins are thankful that 'Hell in a Cell' is not their problem anymore, and asks them to take all their ladder and Hell in a Cell matches from them.

What's next?

Hell in a Cell is definitely SmackDown's problem, come this weekend. As for Ambrose and Rollins, they seem to be on the cusp of reuniting the most dominant faction of the current era, The Shield.

Author's take

This was a great watch. Both men have a great sense of humour, so it was quite funny to watch the match, with the participants. How cool would it be to see the two of them recreate the magic one more time!

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Riju Dasgupta
Riju Dasgupta is the bassist of heavy metal bands Albatross and Primitiv. He's also a former guest columnist for Rolling Stone India. His primary passion remains watching and reviewing the art of professional wrestling for Sportskeeda. In the world of heavy metal, he goes by the moniker- Dr. Hex.
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