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Join Date: May 2012
Re: Dean Ambrose Pre-Debut Discussion Thread
It seems we have kind of reached an impasse here. Some of the buzz (well the some of the buzz on the internet anyways) has died down for Ambrose's debut which I think is a good thing. I (like many) wanted to see Ambrose debut on Raw 1000. But I then realized that would have been a mistake considering all of the returning legends would have overshadowed him. If his feud w/ Foley hadn't died, he most likely would have been on the main roster by now. I have said that not debuting him in the summer was a good thin and I am still anticipating a debut somewhere in the Fall. The best thing is now, I'm not expecting Ambrose's debut so when it does happen, it will be that much better b/c I won't be expecting it.
However, like I said we have reached an impasse in terms of really can't predict now when he will debut. I've said lately that I would like to see him debut against Kane. And I do think that debuting against Kane is a very strong possibility.
Imagine this. Kane and Bryan team up at NOC and win the WWE Tag Team Championship Turmoil match to win the belts. They hold the belts for a few weeks until Bryan costs them the belts and lead to a HIAC match at the HIAC PPV to settle all the scores. Kane looks he is going to win until a strange vignette (an Ambrose vignette) plays on the screen, distracting Kane, and allowing Bryan to pick the win. These vignettes continue to play for weeks and Kane challenges this mystery man (which, again, turns out to be Ambrose) at Survivor Series. And that is when Ambrose finally makes his debut.
For those wondering, the reason Ambrose would be feuding w/ Kane is that he does not believe Kane is a true monster. Ambrose would say that Kane only thinks he is a monster b/c he has the virtue of being 7ft and 300lbs. Ambrose would say that he is a true monster b/c of his mind.
Well, that's my fantasy prediction.