Dean Ambrose Wins Intercontinental Title At WWE TLC

Dean Ambrose is a champion yet again. Ambrose beat his former Shield-brother, Seth Rollins, to win the Intercontinental Title at Sunday’s (December 16th, 2018) WWE TLC pay-per-view event in San Jose, California at the SAP Center on the WWE Network.

Rollins won the title by defeating Dolph Ziggler at the SummerSlam pay-per-view event on August 19, 2018, in Brooklyn, New York, which made him the 166th champion in the history of the title. There have been 80 different champions with Chris Jericho having the most reigns with nine.

Two months ago, Ambrose and Rollins beat Drew McIntyre and Dolph Ziggler to win the RAW Tag Team Titles. However, after the match, Ambrose turned heel by attacking Rollins.

Now, with Roman Reigns being out of action, this feud between the RAW Tag Team Champions has been the top program on the flagship show of the company. Rollins would later lose the titles to Authors of Pain. WWE is already advertising Ambrose vs. Rollins for upcoming live events including the final episode of RAW before WrestleMania 35 that goes down on April 1st from the Capital One Arena in Washington, DC. Thus, it appears that this feud will continue past TLC.

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