Stone Cold Steve Austin's podcast has quickly become one of the most worthwhile additions to the WWE Network, and this week's show proved no exception.
Who better to have on as a guest in the lead up to the SummerSlam pay-per-view event than current WWE Champion; Dean Ambrose.
Ahead of his Championship Title match with Dolph Ziggler at the upcoming event in Brooklyn, The Lunatic Fringe had a lot to say about his journey to the top of professional wrestling.
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There is no denying that when either Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins or Roman Reigns' names are mentioned, The Shield is often a topic of conversation.
As Wrestling News Source has stated, Austin asked Ambrose during the podcast about the creation of the popular stable.
The 30-year-old expressed that it was all 'organic' and not something which emerged during a meeting or organised event, saying: "We made it up as we went along, that's what made it so special."
From Ambrose's sentimental attitude when talking about The Shield, it is clear he is grateful for having the opportunity to be part of such a successful product, alongside two other talented WWE superstars.
Despite the three former Shield members having now gone their separate ways, Ambrose was quick to praise WWE for the treatment the three wrestlers received during their time working as a team.
Ambrose went onto explain that he felt the company split The Shield up at the perfect time as they were at the pinnacle of their career as a group and went on a run which few people had expected.
The WWE superstar also made it clear that it was the attitude of the trio which contributed to their success as they agreed: "We're gonna go out there and outwork everybody and just be the best thing on the show."
Overall, Dean Ambrose's words about The Shield and WWE are welcoming to hear as it proves that even when you are WWE Champion, you do not forget what made holding the belt possible.