(Source: WWE)In the lead-up to this match, Shinsuke Nakamura promised to hurt Seth Rollins. He promised to make it personal. To leave him different after the match.For a large portion of the match, Rollins was hellbent on making Nakamura eat those words and reminding the world why he's one of the best to ever wrestle professionally. But you knew it was coming, the moment when Nakamura would flip the momentum and take it to Rollins -- especially that banged-up back.That's what Nakamura did about 10 minutes in the match, as he caught Rollins slipping on the apron and catapulted the champ head over heels onto the announcer's table, right on his back. Slams, submissions and knees to the back were all in Nakamura's arsenal, leaving Rollins crumpled in a heap on the floor.Even when Rollins, now compromised, was able to form an attack, his back was constantly impacted -- as seen by "The Architect" hitting a Hurricanrana on Nakamura, which left him in more agony than his opponent. Same thing with a frog splash, which he hit on Nakamura and got a two-count, leaving Rollins grimacing. Nakamura, while taking heavy damage, played rope-a-dope and just waited for the chance to counter and pounce. More knees to the back and a flying knee left Rollins in a lurch. Suplexes, kicks to the spine and an Exploder on Rollins left him in a similar predicament.It was time for Nakamura to get into his submission bag, as Rollins looked ready to tap. Instead, Rollins powered up and powerbombed Nakamura, seemingly emptying the gas tank. The two traded attacks, as Rollins appeared to be fighting on fumes. Nakamura looked to be in control, but Rollins kept pulling tricks out of his bag. First a Pedigree, stunning Nakamura ... then he doubled down with a curbstomp, leaving Nakamura incapacitated. Rollins slung his arm over Nakamura and got the 1-2-3 pinfall victory. Rollins retains.