Well to be fair when I saw they signed Ambrose I wondered what they were going to do with him ring-wise because honestly that was by far his weakest point in the indies.
I disliked Moxley on the indies probably due to that. But, looking at his wrestling now, it's possibly my favourite part to him.
The way he transforms his gimmick into the match (at every
point) is phenomenal. When he's with Regal he can really shine, because he just thrives within an old-school style match. When he fell onto his knees over his opponent's torso (I believe it was Rollins) and imitated stabbing them three times around the heart (a Mayan sacrifice in which three clean cuts must be made to sever each of the three pulmonary arteries) I marked like a little kid. The whole symbolism fitted him so well, and it's just something I hardly see being done nowadays.
It's all very well and good to have infinite technical experience but if there isn't any personality to add depth to it then it's just a one-dimensional novelty. I guess I'm saying that we shouldn't discredit someone before their opportunity is given. Regal's a phenomenal talent (he loved Ambrose's work, too) and if he sees something in Reyes then I'll give Reyes the opportunity to impress me.
Anyway, to change topic, here's some more Pokerface goodness for people to love. The run-in/end will probably lower the rating for most (it's almost on the cusp of being worthy of a nomination, imo) but it's still a fun, southern match, regardless.