Every time Dean Ambrose is allowed to speak just a little longer my intensity of listening grows and when he’s finally finished talking sometimes I don’t even realize. It’s not only his voice that is unique, it’s also his style, variation and rhythm that just keeps you praying that you won’t miss one single word.
Bray Wyatt continues to chew on all of our ears and as of right now I’m that thirsting for any Dean Ambrose match that I would probably satisfied with just a decent match between him and Bray Wyatt at Survivor Series.
This time I have seen the whole show of SmackDown plus even the dark main event but like it is some good old tradition already, I’ll keep my focus on the Dean Ambrose vs Bray Wyatt feud because this is getting really interesting now and needs a few more words.
Dean Ambrose wasn’t live on RAW but he was sure busy on the second day in Liverpool. His journey through this show started with closing Main Event.
The European Tour of the WWE always means that William Regal is involved in some way. It also means that not all wrestlers who are usually part of RAW and SmackDown have to be there because of house show duties somewhere else. But at least, we got a pre-filmed backstage promo from Dean Ambrose. So, yeah, a pre-filmed promo and a short interview on the WWE App are my highlights from this show. Continue reading or just run away now.
After one week waiting for the big secret of some sins of Dean Ambrose and a certain “she”, who is supposedly still crying for him, we now got a very different story. Apparently there is a bit too much of Dean Ambrose going on in the mind of Bray Wyatt that he likes to tell us. He is most certainly a man possessed.
This RAW episode was disappointing but you could have expected something like that. We were teased since Friday that Bray Wyatt would reveal a secret about Dean Ambrose but nothing happened on Monday. Both men didn’t even talk to each other which is strange because I personally had expected a reply by Dean Ambrose on the lengthy promo by Bray Wyatt on Friday. If WWE can teach you anything than it’s “don’t expect anything – you only get disappointed”.