The Lunatic fringe Dean Ambrose has been speaking about his current role in WWE and has claimed that he finds it strange being liked by people.
Since the split of the Shield a few months ago, Ambrose has risen in popularity as the fans have fallen in love with his crazy antics.
According to Ambrose however, he never intended to be liked by the fans and still finds it somewhat strange.
Ambrose cut a promo to start Smackdown where he compared himself to hardcore legend Mick Foley claiming the difference between them, is that he's not a nice guy.
"I've always fed off negativity and wanting people to hate me. That attitude really fueled me for my entire career." - Dean Ambrose
Talking about his anti-hero persona, Ambrose also took a look at the likes of John Cena and Kofi Kingston.
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Ambrose was claiming that every good guy has a style for winning matches and that he tried to avoid becoming a cliche when in the ring.
Giving some legendary names like Dusty Rhodes and Terry Funk, Ambrose claimed that he tries to model his style on those legends.
Ambrose did however keep his sense of realism and even created a bit of an enigma about himself.
"Who knows how long that will last? All the people who love me right now are probably gonna hate me next month."
The new fan favourite
Ambrose has been a fan favourite ever since the former Shield turned against the Authority earlier this year.
After two incredible matches against Evolution, his former Shield brother Set Rollins turned against him and their third brother Roman Reigns.
Now all three members of the Shield are going their own ways, but it has been Ambrose's mission since June to get his hands on Rollins.
Rollins continues to elude the Lunatic Fringe but there will be no running on Sunday when the two are locked inside a Hell in a Cell match.
The Hell in a Cell PPV is this Sunday and has shaped up to be a great event that no WWE fans will want to miss.