That was a quality debut but I'm not going to look too far into it yet. Remember when WWE did something similar with Brett DiBiase a few years ago? He was then featured for about 30 seconds the next night on Raw, sent back to FCW and then released. Hopefully Ambrose, Reigns and Rollins are featured more than DiBiase ever was and I'm really looking forward to seeing how Rollins performs. He was very highly rated when he was in ROH and seen as the next CM Punk so hopefully he can fulfil some of his promise. As far as Ambrose goes, he's criminally over-rated, the IWC seem to be expecting far too much from him and will most likely be disappointed when they finally get to see him in the WWE because his main strengths are his promos but in the WWE they'll be scripting him, so he wont be at full strength. Then you look at Ambrose as an in-ring wrestler and he is very sloppy and far from a polished performer.
I'm a Dean Ambrose fan and I think he is just different enough to have a solid career on the main roster. Seth Rollins is okay in a Jeff Hardy kinda way. But, if these 3 stay on the roster the problem here is they are with Reigns. Reigns is a big guy with a great physique who has a great look. You could see it last night he's the one who standouts among the group. Maybe, not on the mic or in the ring but he has a look and presence that Ambrose and Rollins don't have. It's like putting Cm Punk and Jeff Hardy in a stable with The Rock take one look at the three and you see who is obviously the star of the group.