NEWARK, N.J., Nov. 2 (UPI) -- Dean Ambrose was given a second opportunity to defeat AJ Styles to earn a title match on Smackdown Live Tuesday and this time James Ellsworth was banned from ringside.
Just like their previous match, if Ambrose could win he would be granted a future title bout against Styles for his WWE World Championship.
Determined to get the job done, The Lunatic Fringe put it all on the line against Styles in yet another highly competitive back and fourth match that could have gone either way.
Unable to stay behind however, Ellsworth ignored Bryan's request and made his way ringside in order to cheer on Ambrose. After security chased down the No Chinned Wonder, Styles attacked Ellsworth to end the disturbance after he had regained control of the match.
The distraction was enough for Ambrose to recover as he was able to nail Styles with Dirty Deeds for the three count. As security carried Ellsworth away, he could be seen smiling as he made up for his previous mistake.
Later on WWE's Network exclusive Smackdown after-show Talking Smack, commissioner Shane McMahon announced that Styles would be defending his WWE World Championship against Ambrose in a Tables, Ladders and Chairs match at WWE TLC on Dec. 4.
Before TLC however, Styles and Ambrose will have to play nice as they partner up alongside Randy Orton, Bray Wyatt and Baron Corbin to represent Team Smackdown at Survivor Series against Team Raw which consists of WWE Universal Champion Kevin Owens, Chris Jericho, United States Champion Roman Reigns, Braun Strowman and another Superstar still to be determined.