4 Reasons why Dean Ambrose confronted Triple H on Monday Night Raw
In what was a cracker of an opening to Monday Night Raw, Seth Rollins enlightened the crowd with an emotional promo and laid his heart out to the WWE Universe at the Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix, Arizona.
Moreover, Triple H intervened the proceedings and brought more good than bad in the segment by logically propelling Seth Rollins as the face of the New Era.
What followed it left me and possibly all of us a little confused. Dean Ambrose interrupted the Architect's coronation and went straight to Triple H for not believing in Seth Rollins when he was a nobody.
While the idea was commendable to make things work for Ambrose as a heel, his confrontation with Triple H seconds later has broken the internet, with many wanting to see these two WWE Superstars tear the house down at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.
But, will WWE care enough to push the Lunatic Fringe after his promising heel turn fell flat on the surface? Let's see. So, without further ado, let's dive deep and analyze the 4 reasons why Dean Ambrose confronted Triple H on Monday Night Raw.
#1 To add more fuel in Seth Rollins' fiery Road to WrestleMania 35
One of the biggest reasons why Dean Ambrose interrupted and continued to take shots at Triple H could have been to make him look like an obstruction in Seth Rollins' career and life.
Both competitors have been on the road most of their life and after their alliance in the Shield, it is straight logic to that the Lunatic Fringe rejects everything that made the Architect want to live this dream of headlining WrestleMania.
Considering that he continued targeting Rollins and Triple H, Ambrose played a perfect villain to try and misguide the Kingslayer in his quest to reach to the top of the industry.
Since Seth Rollins is now scheduled to lock horns with Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 35, this was an ideal way to kick things off and successfully present Ambrose as a roadblock in Rollins' career.