Following the conclusion of SmackDown Live last
week that saw Bray Wyatt and Erick Rowan putting a
major beat down on SummerSlam opponents Dean
Ambrose and Dolph Ziggler, The New Face of Fear
and his faithful follower kicked off SmackDown Live
by proclaiming that the war was not over. Good thing, because Ambrose was ready to fight.
It did not take long for both Ambrose and his
SummerSlam No. 1 contender Dolph Ziggler to
interrupt and charge the dark and twisted Superstars.
Just as it appeared that the temporary
allies might eliminate their dark adversaries, The
Showoff (accidentally?) struck the WWE World
Champion with a superkick, paving the way for Wyatt
to hit him with Sister Abigail, further complicating
the ever-evolving conflict between the SummerSlam