I struggled with writing this new article / blog post / part of a series. I really did. During watching the segments I’m interested in, I made notes but later on didn’t have much ambition to write them out properly because the heat outside and me not really ambitious about it. So I somehow finally managed to connect the notes to full sentences and with each other for having just the really important stuff from last week in here. Maybe it’s better to read this way. Not much babbling from me towards the important facts. Just the facts this time. Enjoy.
Yeah, WWE does it all over again and I’m barely unable to hold back my excitement. Of course Dean Ambrose won’t win the WWE World Heavyweight championship. But he’s there to make Roman Reigns loved by the WWE Universe. And the fans will fall for both of it.
In just two weeks Elimination Chamber will take place (for whatever reason). So there is little time to built the match card for it. Before RAW started I wasn’t very excited for this Pay-Per-View but after I’ve seen it a little more. We’re back with Dean Ambrose vs Seth Rollins 2.0 and hopefully this time with a different finish.
I once came back to watching wrestling because of CM Punk. Then I turned my interest to Dean Ambrose. And when Punk was gone I hoped for Dean Ambrose taking over Punk’s role of the anti-establishment / anti-hero personality who causes chaos against anything, runs riot when needed and finally ends up with the WWE championship. Little did I know what was about to come from February 2014 until now.
This is my way of saying goodbye to the WWE. It’s quite fitting, I guess, for stuck in between a horrible finish to the Royal Rumble yesterday and a cancelled RAW today. I will still watch the Dean Ambrose segments but I won’t write about the WWE shows anymore. I may leave a few tweets about that topic, so if you like then follow me on Twitter. And now – for the last time – my take on the Royal Rumble.
The first match after the disappointing feud with Bray Wyatt was finished and I am already more excited about the booking of Dean Ambrose, even if he teamed up with Roman Reigns. The direction isn’t straight to a known target right now but that only adds to the slight hope of it all.
The day was finally there when the Dean Ambrose vs Bray Wyatt feud was finished and basically done, dusted and sealed. I’m very glad for it and I already knew how it would end. But that doesn’t take away from my anger about this whole feud in general.