Originally Posted by Falkono
Really? If that is considered good then no wonder wwe is on its knees. He seems poor to me. Just the latest Indy guy a few are hyping up. Right now he comes across drunk and rambling.
Ambrose has talent, but I don't like how he is coming off in The Shield. He doesn't stand out at all, and that' because he really isn't suppose to. Placing him in a stable was a bad move imo. I think all three men in this group was a bad move. The stable itself was a bad move. It's hard for a stable of guys not very relative to the WWE Universe go over. Stables have been ruined by the WWE more recently.