Dean Ambrose ± FCW Quotes
Dean Ambrose ± FCW Quotes
Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls; the most massive characters are seared with scars.
When am I going see this dude on NXT TV?! His tweets are teasing me so much. UGH!
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i-never-stop-lookingx said: I feel like Corey Graves would fit the most because he has that dark badass character...
I agree! That’s why I think that he’s most likely to be the 3rd member if there is one.
Oh man, is this heartbreaking to write. There is not one group in WWE history other than the original Degeneration-X that I have loved more than The Shield. With their implosion on Monday night, these guys are who I’d like to see most as the Shield’s new member. (Don’t worry, I’ll save the most interesting for last 😏)
1. Tyson Kidd - Arguably one of the best workers in the E. Can fit the high flyer role that Rollins did. Doesn’t have the charisma that Rollins does, but his ring work alone makes me want to see what Kidd can do in a prominent storyline.
2. Cody Rhodes - Like Kidd, he can also fill the high flyer role in The Shield. But unlike him, he’s got gobs of charisma. Maybe he’s not the rugged, brawling type, but it’d be cool to see Rhodes put on the SWAT gear for a while.
3. Bad News Barrett - One of my personal favorites, he adds a completely new element to the Shield. Unlike the other 3, Barrett’s not a pretty boy. He’s not animated like Ambrose, flashy like Rollins, and he’s not a total powerhouse like Reigns, despite his size. Bad News just wants to bash your skull in with a Bullhammer and call it a day.
4. Corey Graves - Honestly, Graves is who I think will actually join the Shield if there will be a new member. He fits like a glove. He’s got the bad boy look with an in-ring style totally unique. He shares Ambrose and Reigns’ brash confidence. And come on, he’d look sick in SWAT gear with those tattoo sleeves.
5. Brock Lesnar - This is a HUGE longshot, I know. But, hear me out. Brock is money. Like the Shield, this guy delivers in every match you put him in. When Brock shows up, Brock does what he does best. He beats people up. He gives the Shield that new element of, “I don’t care what the people think, I’m just hear to beat someone up.” Much like how the Shield were when they debuted. Plus, Brock has yet to play babyface since his return last year, and that’s something I want to see before he’s gone again.
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A couple of my friends and I discussed this possibility a few days ago. Basically, the question on our minds (and maybe yours as well) is, “Could the change of allegiance in the Cenation mean that John Cena is on his way to losing the top spot?”
Well, possibly. Personally, I think Vince has noticed a change in his poster boy’s fanbase, and whether he wants to admit it or not, I think he knows that John Cena’s days atop the WWE are numbered. Cena is now 37, and with people like Bray Wyatt, Daniel Bryan, and The Shield seemingly ready to step up, I do think Cena’s reign as king is nearing an end.
WWE has hinted at this the past few months. John Cena has indirectly mentioned it in promos. Cena, infamous for his rabid following of pre-pubescent boys and girls, has been atop the company since 2004. He’s been there longer than Rock, Hogan, and Austin. It was once thought that the majority of WWE fans were Cena fans. I think that now, in 2014, that likely isn’t the case anymore. Cena had the hearts of the youth and the casual fans, but it can be argued that Daniel Bryan’s YES chant has had a vastly larger impact on those two groups than anything Cena has done inside the ring. But has his own fanbase brought about his demise faster than anticipated?
Well, I don’t know. I don’t know if WWE’s brass has expected any of the recent events surrounding the main event scene. They didn’t expect Punk to leave, they didn’t expect Bryan to get Austin-level reactions, and I doubt they expected the Wyatts and The Shield to become such gigantic stars so fast. I think all of these factors have contributed in some way, likely more than fans’ reactions to the leader of the Cenation.
With all that said, one thing I do know for certain is that the change in Cena’s support has forced Vince to do things he probably didn’t intend on. Sure, he and all of us have seen Cena get heat for the past 8 or so years, but he’s never been hated quite like he is now.
I don’t know what is going to happen over the next 18 months in the WWE. Someone will likely take Cena’s spot. Maybe his fans have accelerated that, maybe not.
just imagine stephanie mcmahon in the ring cutting a promo like “we fired brad maddox as general manager, which means we need a new one…”
"and i’ve got the perfect per-"
HERE COMES THE MOOOOOONAAAAAAAAY HERE WE GO
and shes like “shane what the hell are you doing here??”
and SHANE CUTS A MONSTER FUCKING PROMO ABOUT SAVING THE WWE FROM THE AUTHORITY AND GOD DAMN MY DICK IS HARD FROM JUST THINKING ABOUT IT