Dean Ambrose on how his preparation differs from other stars, Piper and more
The Lunatic Fringe Dean Ambrose recently sat down for an interview in a podcast and shared his view on the current WWE product, his favourite Roddy Piper moment and Seth Rollins among other topics. Below are the highlights of the interview:
On how does his preparation differs from other stars:
Dean says he likes to take things moment to moment and just be who he really is. He says he doesn’t try to be something that he isn’t and states that he was born with certain talents and abilities. His performance depends on his mood is what he says.
“If I'm in a bad mood, your gonna get Dean Ambrose in a bad mood. If I'm in a good mood you’re gonna get happy, fun Dean Ambrose that day. I would literally take whatever I'm feeling, that's just what you will see in the ring. I like to just be myself and I just go out there and kind of just do whatever I want to my own devices and it is kind of just not just the fans but WWE slowly realized another Dean Ambrose isn't going to walk through the door anytime soon,” says Dean.
On the memories of Roddy Piper
Ambrose says he loves Piper and that it sucks when the guys he grew up watching pass away. He noted that his favourite Roddy Piper moment was when he fought Hogan at Starrcade 96, which he thinks was a sloppy match with two old guys but an awesome spectacle nonetheless.
“The cool part of it was his entrance. One of the best entrances you will ever see if you really watch it and you are into the story and you really watch what he is doing, it's like this death march to the ring. You have this on-going decade long blood-feud with Hogan and he knows that he is going to get beat up by the nWo and ganged up on 20-1 and it's a one man war against the nWo and he's just coming down the aisle as simple as can be, no flashy entrance or pyrotechnics.” says Ambrose.
He loved the entrance of Piper that should so much about Rowdy recommends everyone to go to the WWE network and watch it. “His eyes are just cold and it just tells so much, you know he is willing to go in there in the middle of that ring. He is going to fight to the end. If he walks away with the championship, cool but he's prepared for this to be the end.” says Dean.
On the comparison to Piper, Terry Funk and Brian Pillman
"I really can't answer that because I try not to put any thought into what I am doing. I go by what I feel, whatever happens, happens. I think a lot of those guys probably thought the same way." says the Lunatic Fringe.
Catch the whole interview by clicking on this link: