There is no doubt in anyone's mind that Kevin Owens and Dean Ambrose are two of the best superstars on the mic in WWE presently.
Both stars set out to hype up whatever feud they are embroiled in and well and truly deliver when it comes to backing up their words, this is why a feud between them would be best for business.
Ambrose and Owens faced each other last week on Smackdown in what was a fantastic back and forth match with the ending being somewhat debatable, this hopefully opens the door for further matches in the future.
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Owens hasn't made many friends since he was promoted to the main roster and he only joined former WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins' team last week on Raw because he was offered a future title shot if he did.
He was pinned by Ambrose in the match that followed and it has since raised the question of whether or not WWE are going to allow the two combustible elements to finally be thrown together.
ON THE MIC AND IN THE RING
Both men showed their mic skills on Smackdown last week when they were a part of a backstage segment with Renee Young, one that has since gone viral.
This proved that the two have undeniable chemistry and WWE would have to have a bigger backup plan if they weren't set to cash in on what could potentially be a show stopping feud.
Talking of other plans for Ambrose, there are currently rumours suggesting that he could be about to turn on his best friend of three years, Roman Reigns. This is mostly because the current faces to heels ratio in WWE is unbalanced, so the conclusion would be for them to turn at least one superstar to make the numbers even.
With that in mind, it still makes sense for WWE to let Ambrose play out this feud with Owens first, there is no chance that the Canadian will turn face anytime soon, so if Ambrose does turn then this will be seen as a huge opportunity that WWE have missed.
It would also be great to see Ambrose back on the title trail after many failed attempts to capture the World Title from his former Shield stable mate, but whether or not the Ohio native will be allowed to lift this one remains to be seen.
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