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Dean Ambrose on if Roman Reigns can handle the WrestleMania main event, fixing the IC title, more

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Dean Ambrose is in the hunt for the Intercontinental match at WM 31

Source: DC 101

Mike Jones of DC 101 spoke with Dean Ambrose, who talked about how the Intercontinental Championship ladder match could steal the show this Sunday, not being afraid of the ladder match, if the Undertaker will be ready, Brock Lesnar vs. Roman Reigns and more. You can listen to the full interview below, here are some highlights:

How the Intercontinental Championship ladder match could be the best match at WrestleMania 31:

"When you add in the guys that are in the match, and the stage that it's on, WrestleMania, and it's a lot of guys with a lot of chips on their shoulder this year that have worked hard for this moment. We're all going to do our best to shine and steal the show, and when you get into a ladder match, that's a lot of tools to work with."

Bringing the Intercontinental Championship back to being a major part of WWE:

"To me, I think it's very easy to remedy. If I'm the Intercontinental Champion, or Dolph Ziggler, or Daniel Bryan is the Intercontinental Champion. To me it's like, any one of those three are the best wrestlers on the planet and can main event any show in the world with the Intercontinental Championship match."

Not worried about it being a ladder match:

"The adrenaline in front of 70,000 people is pretty indescribable, you pretty much do anything. I've done some of the worst, most abusive things to my body and taken the biggest risks you can possibly imagine for almost no money on very small stages for no other reason than just because."

If Roman Reigns can handle being in the main event against Brock Lesnar:

"There's no way to prepare for a situation like that other than experience and the only way you get experience is by experiencing stuff. I think he'll be fine. That's a hell of a position to be put in, main event of WrestleMania, considering he's only been wrestling since 2010 or 11, that's the first time he stepped in the ring. So if you consider the learning curve that he's had to deal with it's amazing that's he at this point. Only way you find out if you're ready to do anything is just to do it!"

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