It is being reported that the current WWE World Heavyweight Champion, Dean Ambrose is facing a lot of heat back stage for few of the comments he made when he appeared on Stone Cold Steve Austin’s podcast for an interview a couple of weeks ago.
He has been at the receiving end for his comments specifically on the WWE creative and his WrestleMania opponent, Brock Lesnar.
Regarding the WWE creative, it is a known fact that any comments made on the creative are directly pointers to both Vince McMahon and Triple H, since they have most of the creative control. It is being reported that both of them are not very pleased with what Ambrose had to say. On the podcast when asked about his match with the beast, Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania, Ambrose said that he felt that Lesnar was very lazy in the ring and that he did not want to do anything in the match. That explains the weird finish for the match at WrestleMania.
Brock Lesnar is the WWE’s biggest money maker today apart from names like the Rock and the Undertaker. With both of them out of action for the foreseeable future, WWE would not take kindly to Ambrose’s comments. Although the WWE creative has improved by leaps and bounds ever since the draft, they would not be very pleased to hear what the Heavyweight champ had to say.
How this affects Ambrose’s chances heading into Summerslam where he defends his title against Dolph Ziggler remains to be seen. We re-iterate that these reports are coming in from dirt sheets and that these should be treated with a pinch of salt. Most of these reports are false, sometimes they turn out to be true too.
We hope that Ambrose’s title reign continues as we have all been waiting for a proper feud against the likes of AJ Styles, Bray Wyatt, Cesaro, and John Cena with Ambrose holding the title for the matches. As of now, expect him to produce a great match against Dolph Ziggler this Sunday.
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