The Shield's chaotic mind? This is one thing that's bugged me for a while, Dean Ambrose has become somewhat of an internet darling in recent months. Now I don't have a problem with this but like Punk marks tend to do I believe people are being drawn more into the hype than actually evaluating the performer, I appreciate his mic skills, facial expressions and selling but he has too more flaws in his game to be considered on the elite level many seem to place him IMO. His ring is nothing more than good at best from my perspective, he can be carried to a solid match either with a powerhouse where his selling becomes an asset or with a quick guy to similar effect. Look at his good matches they're either with Regal, Punk, Bryan, Kane or Rollins. Even the majority of those were in tag matches where Rollins dominated the ring work producing the only memorable aspects of the match. Is he bad? Absolutely not anyone who says that is a random hater is he good enough for the praise he get's ? I'm sorry Dean but I'll have to use your own face on you . So Dean Ambrose related questions : How do you evaluate his ring work? Do you believe he's suffering from Punk syndrome? What aspects if any should he improve up on if you don't rank him at that elite level yet?