There is no problem making Dean Ambrose into the underdog of the Triple Threat match at Fastlane. He actually already was. But will he appear stronger in the actual match? Where is the tiny part for his Intercontinental Championship? And will Dean Ambrose finally part from Reigns? Plus: a few words on the retirement of Daniel Bryan.
Once again WWE threw some bones at us: Dean Ambrose successfully defended his Intercontinental Championship in a highly entertaining Last Man Standing match plus make us wonder if Dean Ambrose is actually considered to main event WrestleMania against Triple H for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. But after all, it’s WWE and these bones just might be bones. At least, we have some great Royal Rumble moments to remember.
Dean Ambrose already has got nine Intercontinental Championship defense matches under his belt. This week on SmackDown was only his second shown on TV. Time for me to write another article about this very match, the new voice of SmackDown, Mauro Ranallo, and my annoyance about people being annoyed with the Pendulum Lariat done by Dean Ambrose.