Jerry Lawler revealed that the main event would be a Falls Count Anywhere match.
Rollins pounded away at Ambrose early before action spilled outside the ring and up onto the stage. A thrust to the throat by Ambrose led to a series of reversals before Ambrose delivered a suplex on the hard steel.
Ambrose pulled a number of chairs and a kendo stick from underneath the squared circle, then blasted Rollins with a chair shot to the ribs and a slam onto the same chair. An elbow drop from the middle rope with the assistance of said chair led to a near-fall in Ambrose's favor.
Rollins sent Ambrose face-first into a steel chair, giving him a moment to recover as we headed to break.
During the break, Rollins used the kendo stick on a diving Ambrose and continued his weapon-assisted assault.
A tornado DDT by Ambrose nearly won the Lunatic Fringe the match as he fought back from the punishment he had endured moments earlier. An attempt at Dirty Deeds was met with a back kick to the midsection and a Curb Stomp try. Ambrose avoided it and a double cross body block attempt left the Superstars on their backs.
Rollins tried to use the kendo stick to fight his way out of a slingshot but failed. A few cane shots by Ambrose and a Tommy Dreamer-inspired Russian leg sweep nearly won it for him.
Ambrose threw several chairs into the squared circle and set Rollins on the top rope. He teased a superplex attempt onto the heap of chairs, but Rollins blocked.
A running powerbomb by Rollins onto the chairs earned Rollins a near-fall but appeared to do as much damage to the former architect of The Shield as it did to Ambrose. Kane appeared at ringside as the match entered the home stretch.
Rollins grabbed a table from underneath the ring and set it up inside. Ambrose met Rollins on the top rope and delivered a big superplex through the table, much to the delight of a very vocal Las Vegas crowd.
Kane popped up on the apron and Ambrose knocked him off, sending Rollins out to meet him. Ambrose dove through the ropes and onto his rivals. A huge clothesline turned Rollins inside out, and Dirty Deeds appeared to be the end, but Kane pulled Ambrose out of the ring. A drop toehold into the steps subdued Kane, and a leap onto Rollins in the crowd popped the fans again.
Feeding off of the crowd, Ambrose set Rollins up for Dirty Deeds on the announce table, but Kane interfered, catching the unstable star with a chokeslam onto the table that allowed Rollins to deliver the Curb Stomp.
Kane revealed cinder blocks, which Rollins proceeded to deliver another Curb Stomp to Ambrose on.
Seth Rollins wins via referee decision.
Highlights and Quotes
"What's said on Facebook stays on Twitter right, Michael?"—JBL.
"You can't count out either one of them. It's Falls Count Anywhere."—JBL correcting Cole, who quickly forgot the stipulation.
Ambrose and Rollins delivered a match better than any on the SummerSlam card a night earlier, and while the finish may not have been one that was worthy of the action that preceded it, it does allow for the feud to continue. More importantly, it makes Rollins and Kane look like the most vile and dastardly villains on the roster, two men more concerned with ending Ambrose than beating him.
The match itself was wild and chaotic, and it perfectly suited both the styles of the competitors and the heated rivalry that necessitated it.
It was an absolutely amazing way to end a great episode of Raw.