WWE's annual Money in the Bank pay-per-view is coming up this weekend and the field for the ladder match for the contract is stacked.
Kevin Owens, Cesaro, Sami Zayn, Chris Jericho, Alberto Del Rio and Dean Ambrose will all be battling it out to get their hands on the opportunity for a match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship currently held by Roman Reigns.
While all the stars taking part in the match are very fitting to get their hands on the briefcase, there is only one superstar who deserves the honour. That man? Dean Ambrose.
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The Lunatic Fringe needs that contract. He deserves it after having to put up with losing so many feuds in the past year or so.
The former member of The Shield has been constantly held back by the WWE creative team and Vince McMahon following the breakup of the best stable the WWE has had in the 21st century.
While Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns have both had runs with the WWE Championship since the breakup, Ambrose has been oh so close to getting that big belt but has lost every single time. His main event feud with Rollins last year was straight money but we never got to see a real payoff.
Then Ambrose had that mini-feud with Triple H before WrestleMania 32 this year while Reigns was recovering from surgery and it was so much more interesting than the actual 'Mania feud that Trips and Reigns were having.
More people cared about HHH vs Ambrose at WWE Roadblock - a Network special - than the main event of WrestleMania. That is absolutely ridiculous and should be a clear sign that Dean is a true superstar. But, even now, he's being kept down in the mid-card.
Thanks to some truly awful booking, including a loss to Brock Lesnar in what has to go down as one of the worst Street Fights/Hardcore Matches in the history of the WWE, Ambrose has lost that spark he once had.
The 30-year-old has had no real character development over that course of time and now needs to be pushed back into that main event scene, something a win on Sunday would definitely do.
An Ambrose would see the potential for a Shield trio storyline to dominate the main event scene for months to come heading into SummerSlam. Reigns and Rollins feuding, with Ambrose stalking the two at every corner, would be fantastic viewing and makes so much sense.
It's a way to get Ambrose back into relevance and make a Reigns feud interesting. Win win for the WWE.