Dean Ambrose & Foley back on?

Discussion in 'General WWE' started by Crayo, May 8, 2012.

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    I believed this was over after Foley basically said he didn't trust Ambrose to work with him. But these tweets randomly appear today, I think it's back on and I can't be happier.
     
  2. I figured it was a work on Foley's part anyway.
     
  3. I'm not sure, but this "viral campaign" which is apparently happening could and should be about these two.
     
  4. Happy to see they're still feuding. The viral campaign could be about this, I don't really know what other things it could be about.
     
  5. I like the storyline setup, but i really dont want to see Foley in the ring. He's always been awful, but had awesome spots and weapons to fall back on. He couldnt possibly put on an entertaining match in today's WWE, plus his body could totally not handle it.
     
  6. Foley has always been awful??? :dafuq:
     
  7. as a wrestler yeah.
     
  8. I'm not sure if you're serious..........

    Mick was a hell of a worker, even in the later days of his career. His technical skills have eroded, nobody can really argue that, but his dedication and ability to tell a story in the ring are second-to-none.

    wk
     
  9. being a good worker doesnt make you a good wrestler. I like Foley, he's great on the mic, at story telling, and put his body on the line every day for us, but his wrestling skills were very poor.
     
  10. Even Foley has admitted that he's a poor wrestler. But he's not known for his technical wrestling ability (he's called the Hardcore Legend for a reason) so it doesn't really matter.
     
  11. exactly which is why i said the feud wouldnt really work unless WWE is willing to push the limits of PG, but i dont think Micks body could handle that type of abuse these days. But like i said, the setup is very well done. Ambrose accusing Mick of ruining kids lives because they tried to imitate him is cool, but its a shame that a feud which such cool buildup really doesnt have much in ring potential.