After fighting in the title picture for a couple of months, Dean Ambrose seems to have been relegated back down to the mid card with his friend Roman Reigns.
Over the last few weeks, we have seen less and less of Mr. Ambrose, ever since Lesnar returned and took over the title picture.
During his battle with Seth Rollins, we saw Roman Reigns help Dean Ambrose out, dealing with The Authority, however it seems to be Ambrose who has Reigns' back now.
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At Battleground, we saw the Wyatt Family reunion, with Luke Harper helping puppet master Bray Wyatt defeat Roman Reigns. On Monday night, Ambrose returned to help out Reigns sparking what will most likely be a rivalry between the four.
This is a massive mistake. Dean Ambrose was at the top of his game when he was battling Seth Rollins for the title, and putting him into a rivalry with the Wyatt family is wasting the momentum that he has built up over the last few months.
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Reigns and Ambrose both have the ability to be fighting in the main event, this was proven in the fatal four way back at Payback. I thought it was bad enough wasting Reigns, one of the top talents the company has right now, in a rivalry with Wyatt but to add Ambrose into this also is a monumental mistake on the side of WWE creative.
Yes, I'll admit Reigns and Ambrose are entertaining when they are together, however having them in a rivalry with the Wyatt family is completely pointless. This is something we have already seen only each side has one less member.
We saw The Sheild and The Wyatt Family towards the end of their respective runs as a group, and it was a relativity entertaining rivalry, however I don't want to watch poorly formed re-runs of rivalries that I watched just over a year ago.
The best course of action here would be ending the rivalry as quickly as possible, keeping the Wyatt family reunion going, with Wyatt recruiting new members as he goes along feuding with people here and there to keep it interesting, like with John Cena last year.
As for Reigns and Ambrose, keep them at eachothers side however put them in seperate rivalries. Send Ambrose after the Intercontinental Title and after we see Undertaker against Brock Lesnar, have Reigns and Lesnar go at it again, to decide once and for all who would have won.