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Seth Rollins was another Authority member who came away with a huge win Sunday night. Rollins had his hands full with Dean Ambrose in their Lumberjack match, a bout which may have stolen the show. Even the WWE Superstars surrounding the ring could not contain "The Lunatic Fringe," with Ambrose taking the fight into the stands despite the lumberjacks' best efforts to do their job. Rollins tried to escape, only to have the lumberjacks cut him off at the pass and carry him back to the ring. Ambrose put his body on the line with a Body-Splash off the top rope to take out Rollins and the lumberjacks. But Kane proved to be instrumental in Rollins' win, distracting Ambrose long enough for Rollins to knock him out with his Money In The Bank (MITB) suitcase to seal the victory. Has Rollins finally shed himself of his Ambrose problem, or will his former Shield teammate continue to hound the MITB winner?
One Authority member who failed to step up in Los Angeles was Randy Orton, who, despite impressively reversing Roman Reigns' attempt at a Spear into an RKO, failed to put away his SummerSlam opponent. "The Viper" went for a Punt Kick across his rival's head, but Reigns managed to duck it before Spearing Orton and ending the former champion's night in defeat. How will The Authority react to Orton's Sunday night failure?
Bray Wyatt did not need the help of his clan, who were banished from ringside, to beat Chris Jericho Sunday night. In what proved to be a highly physical match, Wyatt managed to take the action outside the ring, hitting the six-time WWE world champin with a Sister Abigail finisher against the barricade, then dragging him back into the ring and delivering another one in the middle of the ring for the win. Wyatt capped off the night with a sing-a-long of "He's Got the Whole World in his Hands" before once again disappearing into the darkness. Who will "The Man of 1,000 Truths" target next after having disposed of Jericho?
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