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Re: Dean Ambrose Pre-Debut Discussion Thread
Assuming his shoulder is fine, as I don't think he will miss any action from this, he should make his debut on the 1000th episode of Raw. The 1000th episode of Raw is the perfect time to debut one superstar or in other words: WWE's number one developmental prospect. And that is exactly what Dean Ambrose is.
Say Foley shows up on Raw sometime within the next month to plug something or be the special guest. While he's is talking, A vignette plays on the titantron. This vignette would consist of Ambrose in a dark setting such as a dark alley. These promos would consist of Ambrose talking about how Foley ruined a generation, how he ruined other wrestlers (such as Edge), how he ruined him, etc. Ambrose says he will lead the new generation. The promo ends w/ these words on the screen: "On July 23rd... A New Generation Begins."
These videos would continue for weeks until the 1000th episode. Foley comes out to confront Ambrose. Ambrose's music hits (whatever his debut theme will be). He comes out of the crowd and attacks Foley. He destroys Foley w/ chairs, tables, tacks (ya know, all of Foley's signature weapons). Ambrose walks away while Foley is strechered out.
Ambrose then goes on to feud w/ someone who stands up for Foley (any mid carder will do). Foley stays away from WWE for a while. At the Royal Rumble in 2013, Ambrose is standing tall in the ring until Foley is the next entrant. Think of Orton and Foley in 2004. He eventually eliminates himself and Ambrose.
This all leads to a Wrestlemania 29 Hardcore match. Foley takes his one final big bump (he has said he has one more big bump left in him) and Ambrose walks away the winner.
Well, there's my fantasy prediction.