WWE: Is Dean Ambrose going to turn heel on Roman Reigns?

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On last night's edition of Monday Night Raw, the WWE finally had a good idea and made a tournament to crown the number one contender for Seth Rollins' WWE World Heavyweight Championship.

As you can probably guess, Vince McMahon's favorite little superstar Roman Reigns won the tournament and will now face Rollins at some point in the future. I hope that the WWE creative team can finally make this feud exciting, but it's hard to be excited about a Reigns push anymore.

One has to wonder where the feud between Reigns and Rollins is going and how it will get the crowds engaged.


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Ambrose Heel Turn

Because, at the moment at least, there is only one way to get cheap love for the Samoan and wrestling fans won't like it; a Dean Ambrose heel turn. 

Right now, an Ambrose heel turn is the only way to make the crowd like the more-popular 'Lunatic Fringe' less.

Ambrose is hugely more liked by the WWE Universe, and if he starts appearing with Reigns to back him up, he will get the bigger crowd reaction.

Another Reigns Failure Coming?

So how does the WWE combat that? Well, by turning Ambrose heel of course and making him attack Reigns, so that Roman can become the plucky underdog yet again, Cena 2.0 if you will.

It's so obvious that Vince is going to try and get more sympathy on Reigns with his two former best friends turning on him, with Ambrose probably costing him a win at some point.

For the second year in a row, Roman Reigns has been set up to win the WWE Championship at WrestleMania. We'll have to wait and see if he spectacularly fails again. 

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