4 Amazing Stats that suggest WWE should hold on to Dean Ambrose
Speculations about Dean Ambrose's future is running rampant on the internet. Whether or not Ambrose chooses to leave WWE, there is a lot of buzz surrounding the man from Cincinnati. And it's all due to fact that a majority of the wrestling fans agree that he is an invaluable commodity for whichever company he steps foot in.
It's been quite a sad tale for Ambrose ever since he made his return to WWE last year after a tricep injury that kept him out of action for about 8 months. His return was being touted as one of biggest in recent years, but the fallout from the past week on RAW suggests that he has reached his breaking point.
Love him or hate him, it's hard to deny that Ambrose is certainly one of the most credible and valuable performers in WWE. If he chooses to depart, it will lead to a dent in WWE's credibility to keep its employees satisfied, and like CM Punk in the past, the audience will lose one of the more popular stars on the roster. Here are 5 amazing stats that prove WWE may lose out on one of it's best performers in the past decade.
#4 He had more wins in WWE than Seth Rollins (prior to his injury in 2017)
Love him or hate him, but it is a fact that Dean Ambrose had more wins in WWE than Seth Rollins in 2017, 2016, 2015, 2013 and has a better win percentage than Seth in 2014. Nowadays WWE might want you to believe that wins and losses don't matter, but if they are to build a Superstar, they have to let a wrestler win. That too on a consistent basis.
Here are some stats comparing the no. of wins of Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose over the years:
The stats are staggering. Dean Ambrose had the most wins among the entire WWE roster in 2015 and 2016 and in the period from 2013 to 2017, he has the most accumulated number of wins among the three Shield members. In terms of wins, it's not either Roman or Seth, but Dean who had been the most successful among the Hounds of Justice.
Had it not been for his ill-timed injury, Dean might have been enjoying a better time in WWE.