Nothing else was that obvious and foreshadowing for a long time: Dean Ambrose becoming Mr Money in the Bank and cashing in at the same night to become WWE World Heavyweight Champion. I wasn’t excited because when something is that obvious, WWE is prone for doing something completely different. That they actually did it, made me just say: FINALLY. What else I have to say a couple of days later, you can read here. Enjoy!
A literal Roadblock is standing in front of WrestleMania. But despite what Dean Ambrose says, it won’t change anything. But that doesn’t take away from those two matches I’m very much looking forward to. Also in this edition of Rassling Ragbag: me moaning about moaning smarks plus the obligatory scenario that won’t happen. Enjoy!
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.
Since I’ve last written about WWE / Dean Ambrose, a few interesting things happened. And because Dean Ambrose’s third on-screen Intercontinental Championship defense is lurking just around the corner, I’m sitting down to write a little recap about these interesting things, the continuing feud between Dean Ambrose and Kevin Owens with my assumptions what might possibly happen at the Royal Rumble and what I hope will happen beyond. Enjoy.
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.
Dean Ambrose had his first title defense on live television earlier than I had expected. I actually expected this very match, a triple threat against Kevin Owens and Dolph Ziggler. Anything else than a win for the new Intercontinental champion would have been stupid. But since we’re in the middle of the Christmas holiday season, there were also lots of red items, including Dean Ambrose’s head.