WWE SmackDown 10 24 2014

WWE SmackDown
Location: Wichita, KS
Date: October 24, 2014
Commentators: Michael Cole, Tom Phillips, and JBL

We are in Wichita, Kansas and your announcers are John Layfield, Tom Phillips, and Michael Cole.
Dean Ambrose makes his way to the ring and we see footage of Dean and Seth getting a visit from Saint Mick to talk about what Hell in a Cell is going to mean to both men.

Dean says that he has proven that the laws of physics don’t apply to him. What goes up must come down, but Dean says that he doesn’t stay down. You hit him with chairs, but he gets back up. You choke slam him and he gets back up. He gets back up after being curb stomped on cinder blocks.

Why does he keep getting back up? Dean says that he can say that is indestructible and he cannot be hurt, or he can tell the truth and say that it does hurt. Standing up to the Authority can be a painful thing. He keeps getting up and that is the main difference between him and the guy who came out on Raw to warn him and Seth of the dangers of Hell in a Cell, Mick Foley. Mick was the hardcore legend, but deep down, Mick was always a nice guy.

Dean says that he is not a nice guy. He does not have a loving family to go home to. All he has is inflicting pain on those who inflict pain on him. That hole in his stomach and thirst for vengeance propels him to Hell in a Cell. The day he has been waiting for since Seth put that knife in his back and said it was just business.

On Sunday, Dean says that he will prove to Seth that despite how fat your wallet is, you cannot take it with you when you are knee deep in your own personal hell. If you have anything to say, you should leave your precious office and come out and say it.

Seth appears on the TitanTron and he tells Ambrose that we need to get one thing perfectly clear. Dean does not tell him what to do. He does not call him out. Seth says that he tells Dean what to do and he calls him out. Later tonight, that is what he is going to do.

Since we are already talking about the past, let’s take a stroll down memory lane. Remember how he spoon fed Dean those catchphrases? How could you believe in that? While they thought they were building something special, it was him all along setting up his special moment. Dean talks about vengeance like he won the lottery. Vengeance is cheap and it isn’t worth a damn, just like Dean.

Dean’s future ends at Hell in a Cell while his future truly begins when he disposes of Dean on Sunday. Then, when the time is right, he will cash in his Money in the Bank contract and solidify himself as the future of the WWE.

Dean paces in the ring while Seth laughs.

Dean says that Seth always had a way with words, but when the cell comes down, he cannot talk his way out of that. It might be his last matches or last night at Hell in a Cell, they will burn together. He says that Seth will perish alone.

We go to commercial.

Miz and Damien Sandow walk together in the back as we go to commercial.

We are back and Sheamus has joined the announce team for the next match since his opponent on Sunday is involved.

Match Number One: Fernando and Diego (with El Torito) versus Damien Sandow and Miz

Sandow and Diego start things off and Sandow with a kick. Diego with an Irish whip but Diego does a head stand and he sends Sandow into the ropes with a head scissors. Miz tags in and Diego chops him. Miz with an Irish whip but he runs into boots from Diego. Miz drops Diego on the top rope.

Miz mocks Sheamus and does the forearms across the chest to Diego. Miz brings Diego back into the ring. Miz sets for the Awesome Clothesline and he connects. Sandow tags in and he punches Diego. Diego with a drop toe hold and Sandow goes into the ropes. Miz and Fernando tag in and Fernando with a flying back elbow.

Fernando with another flying back elbow. Miz with an Irish whip and Fernando with a flapjack into the turnbuckles and Fernando with a senton off the turnbuckles for a near fall. Diego and Sandow get involved and then they both go to the floor. Fernando misses a lungblower when Miz holds on to the ropes.

Miz and Sandow apply the figure four leg lock and Fernando taps out to end the match while Diego does the same on the floor.

Winners: Damien Sandow and Miz

After the match, Sheamus has something to say to Miz and Sandow from the announce table.

Sheamus teases getting in the ring and that forces Miz and Sandow to go to the floor.

Stardust and Goldust are in the back and Stardust says the stars have aligned. Goldust says ashes to ashes and dust to dust cannot be broken. Stardust is interrupted by Bo Dallas. Goldust wants to know why Bo is in there. Bo says that he comes in peace and then he says that Mark Henry and the Usos stand no chance against them because they possess the cosmic key and all they have to do is BOLIEVE.

Bo leaves and Goldust calls him a weirdo.

We go to commercial.

Match Number Two: Alicia Fox (with Paige) versus WWE Divas champion AJ Lee in a non-title match

They lock up and AJ with a wrist lock. Alicia with a forearm but AJ with a head scissors. Alicia slaps AJ and AJ responds with a guillotine while Paige tells Alicia to send AJ into the turnbuckles to get out of the hold. Alicia with a Northern Lights suplex for a near fall. Alicia with a reverse chin lock.

Alicia with a slam and then she chokes AJ in the ropes in front of Paige. Alicia sends AJ into the turnbuckles but she runs into knees from AJ and then AJ kicks Alicia to the mat. AJ with a back heel kick and Paige distracts AJ from the apron.

Alicia with a knee and she tries for a slam but AJ gets to her feet and she pushes Alicia into Paige and Paige gets knocked off the apron while AJ gets a rollup for the three count.

Winner: AJ Lee

We see the ‘They’re Free’ video for Luke Harper and Erick Rowan.

We go to commercial.

We are back and we are reminded about what happened on Raw with Rusev and Big Show. Michael had a chance to talk to Big Show.

Michael introduces the man who will face Rusev on Sunday, The Big Show.

Michael mentions that Show asked for this time and Show says that he wants to address what happened on Raw. We see what happened.

Show says Rusev despises everything that represents America. Rusev tried to pull down Old Glory and there was a very passionate service member in the crowd who let his passion get the best of him. It is not about fabric and cloth. That flag represents freedom. It is that soldier’s job to protect that freedom.

Show says that Rusev took a cheap shot. Security had the man stopped. Rusev took advantage of that situation and hit a defenseless man. He is okay.

Cole reminds Show that he pulled down the Russian flag and he asks what is the difference? Show says that he has apologized and he has a lot of Russian friends. Show says that he did not mean to disrespect the Russian people. He meant to disrespect Rusev and Lana. He was wrong to put his hands on that flag. He was proud and in the moment. It was wrong on his part and it was disrespectful to the Russian people and Russian fans.

Cole says that few have the passion for the military that Show does.

Show says there is no more humbling honor than to visit the troops. He has met celebrities but those people are his heroes. They go every year to remind them what they are doing it for. Show says that he met a two star general the first time he went overseas. That general was so overwhelmed that Show came to visit that he broke down and started to cry.

Show says they go there to boost their morale, but his morale is boosted higher after going there. There is no better experience to show what kind of effect you have on the troops.

Show asks Cole about Hulk Hogan and his comments about Show’s match on Sunday during the Raw Backstage Pass. We see what Hogan said.

Cole asks Show if he can keep his emotions in check on Sunday and do what no one, not even his best friend and tag team partner can do. Can he pin or make Rusev submit.

Show says he will not be able to keep his emotions under control. He will unleash his anger and rage on Rusev. He will knock Rusev’s ass out and pin him one . . . two . . . three.

Match Number Three: WWE Intercontinental champion Dolph Ziggler versus Cesaro in a non-title match

They lock up and Ziggler with a waist lock and front face lock but Cesaro gets to his feet and they get into the ropes. Ziggler with a clean break but Cesaro with a knee to the midsection. Cesaro with an Irish whip and monkey flip but Ziggler lands on his feet and Ziggler with a hip toss.

Ziggler gets a near fall and he goes for a sunset flip and gets a near fall. Cesaro with a near fall as they alternate covers and near falls. Ziggler with a drop kick and he gets a near fall. Cesaro with an Irish whip that sends Ziggler shoulder first into the ring post and we go to commercial.

We are back and Cesaro with a cravate. Cesaro with a sleeper and he gets Ziggler to the mat but Ziggler gets up. Cesaro pulls the tights to keep Ziggler on the mat and Cesaro with a reverse chin lock. Ziggler with punches but Cesaro pushes Ziggler into the ropes and he replies the sleeper. Ziggler with a sleeper of his own.

Cesaro escapes but Ziggler reapplies the sleeper until Cesaro backs him into the turnbuckles. Ziggler with an elbow to Cesaro followed by two clotheslines and a splash into the corner and a neck breaker. Ziggler with a leaping elbow drop and he gets a near fall. Ziggler tries for the Fameasser but Cesaro counters and tries for a power bomb. Ziggler tries for a rana but Cesaro blocks it and Ziggler with a sunset flip for a near fall.

Ziggler with a sleeper and Cesaro backs Ziggler into the corner. Cesaro turns Ziggler around and Cesaro with a suplex. Both men are down and Cesaro crawls to get the cover and a near fall. Ziggler with an elbow and he tries for the hesitation DDT but Cesaro counters into a front driver and a near fall.

Ziggler with a rollup for a near fall. Cesaro with a boot to the head and he gets a near fall. Cesaro with a Gibson Bomb and he gets a near fall. Cesaro grabs Ziggler’s legs for the Giant Swing but Ziggler counters with an inside cradle for a near fall. Cesaro tries for a European uppercut but Ziggler avoids it and Ziggler hits the Zig Zag for the three count.

Winner: Dolph Ziggler

We go to commercial.

Match Number Four: Nikki Bella, Summer Rae, and Cameron versus Brie Bella, Naomi, and Natalya

Brie and Cameron start and they lock up. Brie with a wrist lock and elbow. Cameron blocks a hip toss and connects with a clothesline. Cameron, Nikki, and Summer mock Daniel Bryan by doing the ‘Yes’ chant. Cameron chokes Brie and tags in Summer. Summer with a clothesline and she gets a near fall. Summer with a front face lock and Irish whip.

Brie kicks Summer as she charges into the corner. Brie knocks Cameron off the apron and Nikki avoids Brie’s attack. Summer hits Brie from behind. Summer with a kick to Brie and then Summer knocks Natalya off the apron. Brie with a drop kick but Cameron pulls Naomi off the apron so Brie cannot make the tag. Brie with forearms but Summer with a spinning heel kick.

Nikki tags herself in and hits Shock Treatment for the three count.

Winners: Nikki Bella, Cameron, and Summer Rae

After the match, Nikki gets on the mic and she tells Brie after Sunday, your next 30 days are going to be hell because you are going to be her personal assistant. Nikki says that she will be the wicked stepsister while Brie can be her dirty Cinderbella.

We take a look at Hell in a Cell by the Numbers.

We go to commercial.

We are back with a look back at what happened on Raw with John Cena and Randy Orton, and a visit from Uncle Paul.

We take a look at Hulk Hogan’s predictions for the Hell in a Cell matches.

Match Number Five: Jimmy Uso, Jey Uso, and Mark Henry versus WWE tag team champions Goldust, Stardust, and Bo Dallas

Henry goes after Dallas but Bo gets to the floor before Mark can do anything to him. Stardust is tagged in and Jey tags in as well. Stardust with punches but Jey with a hip toss and diving head butt. Jimmy tags in and Stardust with a knee and Goldust tags in and punches and kicks Jimmy in the corner. Jimmy with an Irish whip and back body drop as Goldust goes to the floor.

Stardust tries to interfere but he is stopped and clotheslined over the top rope to the floor. Bo goes to the floor before Mark Henry can get him.

We go to commercial.

We are back and Stardust with a clothesline to Jimmy and then he chokes Jimmy. Goldust tags in and he drops an elbow to Jimmy and he gets a near fall. Goldust with a reverse chin lock. Jimmy gets back to his feet and he punches Goldust. Jimmy knocks Stardust off the apron. Jimmy with an enziguri and both men are down.

Henry and Bo tag in and Henry with a clothesline and boot followed by another clothesline. Goldust is sent to the floor and Stardust tries for a cross body but Henry catches him. Stardust avoids the World’s Strongest Slam but Jey hits a super kick and Stardust rolls to the floor. Jey with a plancha onto Goldust while Jimmy sets for a kick from the apron but Stardust blocks it and he sends Jimmy face first into the apron.

Bo with a forearm to the back and Henry with a head butt to Bo and Bo is down in the corner. Stardust goes to the turnbuckles and Henry catches him and hits the World’s Strongest Slam. Bo comes up behind Henry and hits the BoDog for the three count.

Winners: Goldust, Stardust, and Bo Dallas

Renee Young is in the interview area with Dolph Ziggler. Dolph says it was a hard fought match and the WWE Universe has been behind him since day one and they always tear it up.

Cesaro enters the interview area and he tells Dolph to stop making a joke about this. He tells Dolph that the Intercontinental Title is the most prestigious title in the WWE. Ziggler says that it is the most prestigious because he is the champion. Cesaro tells Ziggler not to flatter himself.

Cesaro asks Dolph to put the title on the line at Hell in a Cell to settle this once and for all in a two out of three falls match. Ziggler accepts the challenge. Cesaro tells Ziggler the only thing he will show off is when he shows up Ziggler. Ziggler says it is too bad that he is too damn good.

We go to commercial.

We are back and Seth Rollins makes his way to the ring and he is joined by Jamie Noble and Joey Mercury.

Seth says that Dean came out on Raw earlier this week and you thought you were the only one with a bag of tricks. Seth says that he is one step ahead of Dean because he taught Dean everything he knows. Dean can call him a sell out all he wants and so can the people in the crowd (and they do). Seth says that he admits he sold out, but he bought into a concept that is foreign to all of you . . . WINNING.

Seth says that he is a winner. He is a born winner and at Hell in a Cell, he is going to win. He may have never participated in a Hell in a Cell match, but he is a student of the game. There is only one rule inside Hell in a Cell. There are no rules.

Without further ado, he wants to give us a little preview of what he is going to do to Dean Ambrose.

Seth looks at the props that are conveniently in the ring and he starts with handcuffs. Seth says that Dean has made it a habit out of popping out of surprising places so he can bind Dean inside the cell so Dean will know he has nowhere to run or nowhere to hide.

Seth grabs a screwdriver and he says that maybe he will deflate his ego and prove that Dean has been a screw up all along.

Seth grabs a lead pipe and points out that Dean said that he was indestructible. He will use this pipe to beat Ambrose into a pulp.

Seth says that he saved the best for last. He grabs a chair and he asks Dean how it felt. He reminds Dean of the night he decimated him with the chair and proved that he was the leader and backbone of The Shield.

We can redo all of that or we can finish what we started on Raw. We can settle it right here, right now. Let’s do that because he is going to do what he told Dean he was going to do earlier tonight. He is calling Dean Ambrose out.

Seth looks around and he doesn’t see Dean. He says that he knew Dean wasn’t coming out because he is all talk. He has always been all talk. Maybe Dean learned something from Seth when they were in the Shield. Dean doesn’t want to come out here because he is afraid. If he was Ambrose, he wouldn’t want what happened on Raw to happen to him tonight. The future is a very very bright place.

For Dean Ambrose, it is what it has always been. A long ride straight to hell.

We see footage from the end of Raw when Seth Rollins was on top of the cell.

Dean Ambrose appears behind Seth and he hits Seth with the kendo stick. Ambrose sends Rollins into Noble and Mercury to knock them down. Mercury takes Dean down. Ambrose sends Noble to the floor and Rollins with a clothesline. Rollins and Mercury work over Ambrose and Noble joins in.

Ambrose tries for a power bomb through the table but Noble stops him. Rollins gets out of the ring when Mercury and Noble work over Ambrose. Ambrose with a rebound clothesline to Noble. Ambrose kicks Mercury and hits a double underhook DDT.

Ambrose sees Rollins on the stage and Ambrose picks up Mercury and puts him on the table. Ambrose goes up top and Ambrose blows a kiss to Rollins before hitting an elbow drop onto Mercury and the table breaks.

Ambrose takes the other table and Ambrose stops Noble from getting away. Ambrose puts Noble on the table and Ambrose hits an elbow drop on Noble and that table breaks.

We go to credits.

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