Re: Dean Ambrose Pre-Debut Discussion Thread
I would prefer Ambrose to be the guy behind Jerry The King Lawler every Raw heckling him all night, and it even gets to the point where even Michael Cole gets pissed. It would even lead to security having to escort Dean out of the building. Lawler eventually explains to people in the beginning of Raw that the gentleman that was heckling him is a classless punk, who was looking to make a name for himself. As soon as Lawler can finish that sentence out comes Dean to no music just a mic.
He tells Lawler to shut his mouth for a moment, and then The King's mic goes dead mysteriously. Dean tells everyone that Lawler is trash, and his voice is killing the viewing audience, and that it has been ruing raw for at least 900 shows, because at one point the WWE realized not having him on Raw was actually a relief. Ambrose points out the awkwardness of King's sexual jokes, and rants about puppies that have nothing to do with the match, or people in the match.
Dean says that there is a method to King's madness. Dean says for years it puzzled him as to why Lawler just babbles like a fool. He knows Lawler knows the business, and he knows that Lawler has been in the main event. Ambrose says that it's just the man's ego, and he doesn't want to say anything to put the next guy "over". Lawler stands shamed, and is speechless. It's as if Ambrose' words just deflated the life out of The King. Jerry just walks off, and looks like he just saw a ghost. Ambrose tells the world that this is the start of a serious "Revolution" in the WWE, and that there are others to follow that he has no control, or ties to, and some of them are already here, and have been here.
Ambrose says people are angry, and these aren't no ordinary people. They are hungry for a shot at the top, and not the middle. He says he is everything they said he would be, and he tells us all that we know who "they" are. He wants to know if the WWE audience even wants to know how, or why he is even allowed in this ring? He laughs uncontrollably, and says AJ signed him because that's what girlfriends who are GM's of a wrestling show do for their new boyfriends. Tells us all it's a small world, and that small world is going to get a whole lot larger.