Re: Dean Ambrose Pre-Debut Discussion Thread
For months now people have been wondering exactly how the WWE would use this man, and I think it's very obvious at this point. You want Ambrose to debut some what like a villain in a comic book script. Villains tend to debut while the hero is at his best, or doing his, or her thing. Why not have Ambrose attack Ryback? Have Ryback in one of his normal two vs one matches. Except one of the individuals is masked, and that happens to be Dean Ambrose. He is also armed with a pair of brass knuckles. However, we won't come to find that out until after the match is over.
The other guy who is tagging up with Ambrose seems more worried about Ambrose under the mask than Ryback. Even the referee is watching this masked man. Ryback shows no emotion, and could care less who is in front of him. I would book the match in which Ambrose would pretty much evade Ryback the whole match while the other guy was getting his ass handed to him. Ryback would eventually lariat Ambrose who rolls out of the ring while his tag team partner is finished off in the ring. Ryback wins!!!
Ryback does his thing in the ring, and out of no where the lights go out. Unfamiliar music hits, and a spot light is at the top of the stage as if waiting for someone to come out. The lights go back on, and the masked man stands behind Ryback with a steel chair. Ryback gets nailed with a steel chair to the back of the head, and the masked man just keeps beating Ryback maliciously over, and over. The masked man pulls out of his trunks a pair of brass knuckles, and begins to punch Ryback over the head with them. Ambrose gets out of the ring, and pulls out a trash can from under the ring filled with old food, and trash. Dean screams at Ryback repeatedly "I am feeding you more, you still hungry!?".
Officials come running out, and Ryback is a bloody mess. The masked man takes off his mask, and somehow manages to grab a mic. He tells the world that a revolution is coming, and the end of "Entertainment" as we know it will come to an end. His name is Dean Ambrose, and he is here because all of the WWE Universe wanted him here. He is shouting over the mic that he is "The Anti-Christ of Entertainment", and that our heroes are his enemies that which he will destroy. A huge debut like this could do wonders for his career, and the nickname "The Anti-Christ of Entertainment" would be awesome.
Last edited by truk83; 10-29-2012 at 02:38 PM.