NoDQ&A: Ambrose turning heel on Rollins, more
Submitted by Aaron Rift on 09/01/2017 at 09:45 AM

I'd personally love to see a Dean Ambrose heel turn and have him go up against a babyface Seth Rollins at Wrestlemania. With that being said, I wouldn't get my hopes up about it. There have been several opportunities to turn Ambrose but WWE hasn't done anything. Ambrose still gets strong babyface reactions which makes it less likely he'll turn. I also think WWE will do a full-fledged Shield reunion and that could delay a potential turn as well.

That is a tough question to answer and I don't feel that there is any one solution. Presentation is everything and I think the cruiserweight division already has the stigma attached to it of not being important. Fans are already conditioned to believe that the cruiserweight segments can be skipped. One of the big mistakes was taping 205 Live after Smackdown because it led to weak crowd reactions. WWE could change that format but it might be too little, too late.

Keep in mind that there are people in WWE that thought these were good ideas. It's not like the company is intentionally trying to kill off one of its top acts. Unfortunately for Randy Orton, he has been unlucky by being in the wrong place at the wrong time and becoming a victim of bad booking.

No. Even though I'm personally not a huge fan of Triple H still doing matches, his name value can help when he wrestles on occasion. As for Undertaker, I think the real issue was ending the streak and then having him continue to wrestle. I feel Undertaker's retirement should've been after losing at Wrestlemania.

I always thought it was unlikely since Eric Young has never really been positioned as a top guy in NXT. With Adam Cole being pushed against Drew McIntyre, I think the odds of Young even getting a title match against McIntyre are slim.

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