The Dean Ambrose heel turn finally arrived ahead of Survivor Series and it was certainly expected by the WWE Universe.
More than that, it was wanted. Ambrose had been a babyface since The Shield first disbanded back in 2014 and after returning from nine months on the shelf with injury, the Lunatic Fringe needed a fresh character.
Upon returning from injury, Ambrose initially joined back up with his Shield brothers and helped Roman Reigns retain his Universal title against Braun Strowman.
Ambrose settled back into the trio like he had never left, but when Reigns announced that he had to leave the company to battle luekaemia, Vince McMahon was forced to bring his plans to turn Ambrose forward.
Anyone that knows anything about his work under his real name Jon Moxley on the independent circuit knows that there is an evil, killer heel in Ambrose's locker ready to be unleashed on the WWE.
As of yet, the WWE has failed to tap into that side of Ambrose's character. At all.
Ambrose turned on Seth Rollins after the pair had won the Raw Tag Team titles and since then, Ambrose has claimed he was sick of Rollins calling him a lunatic and "always having to be right".
Last week, Ambrose cut a promo while receiving injections in a doctor's office. He even pulled his pants down at one point to receive one in his behind.
This week, Ambrose carried on in that vein with a new look that plenty of WWE fans couldn't understand.
Maybe Vince has seen the Dark Knight Rises recently? Either way, this version of Ambrose is not the evil and vicious version that many fans had hoped for.
With Rollins and Ambrose set to battle for the Intercontinental title at TLC, this fued is currently lacking in energy and buzz.
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