It has been an interesting year 2014 for this blog because slowly but surely it turned into a Dean Ambrose appreciation shrine. If you like to learn about the top posts, just click the link below and view the WordPress firework of my year.
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The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 45,000 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 17 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.
Dean Ambrose fought Rusev for the first time and it was a good match with a dead audience until Bray Wyatt appeared on stage. Also in this edition of my very late review of SmackDown are some words on the bonus material of the forthcoming DVD “Destruction Of The Shield”.
Dean Ambrose always had this crazy gimmick. And in WWE he was described as the Lunatic Fringe in the past months. But over the last week he changed significantly. He’s still crazy in some way, but called psycho now. Time for me to have a specific look at the Lunatic Fringe gimmick as a heel and as a face.
Wrestling works in black / white scenarios: there are so-called heels who have a bad or evil attitude; and there are (baby)faces who are good. But what when your gimmick is a crazy / lunatic one? What’s the difference between heel and face?
Daniel Bryan is stripped from the WWE World Championship title +++ Sheamus could hold three titles on his own +++ Bray Wyatt is reborn +++ When the death of The Shield was good for anything then for the promos of Dean Ambrose +++ Someday my cause of death will be die laughing while watching Damien Sandow ridiculing himself +++ Seth Rollins is good as scum +++ Super Cena gets another push back to positive popularity +++ There is some serious daddy / twink issue going on between Zeb Colter and Jack Swagger +++ Vickie Guerrero has got another cameo +++ WWE needs to run The Shield over with a car to get rid of them.
There isn’t any other legitimate way to start with this RAW review. Because, seriously, I advice you to head over to Tumblr and go for The Shield-tag; or even better: the Seth Rollins-tag. I know that most of The Shield fans are little girls. At least, I hope so. Because what is mainly written into these tags makes me shake my head in sheer disbelief. Over the past two days I’ve collected some theories about what may have went on this last segment of RAW. And I have made my mind up as well like you may imagine. So, for the next three hours or so you can read my novel about The Shield and their future. Enjoy!
Cesaro beats himself with the Cesaro swing +++ Goldust needs to find himself a new brother +++ Once again Rusev wins way under five minutes +++ Kofi Kingston isn’t even a low carder anymore +++ Wade Barrett promotes the English football / soccer team +++ Stephanie McMahon mentions CM Punk by name +++ Super Cena literally buries Bray Wyatt +++ Alicia Fox slows down within her madness +++ Three separate screens for Shield vs Evolution would have been necessary.