Dean Ambrose leaps over the ropes. Not onto his mortal enemy, his former brother-in-arms in the Shield, Seth Rollins. Rollins is out past the fan barricades. He’s escaped Ambrose repeatedly and may escape again. No, Dean jumps onto the mass of wrestlers that had just separated him from Rollins. This isn’t how the lumberjack match, designed for order and an unimpeded fight inside the ring, typically goes. But Dean Ambrose doesn’t care, and doesn’t care is sometimes the right place to be.