Discussion in 'RAW' started by Crayo, Jun 2, 2013.
Very cool read, thanks for posting. The Shield as a whole has been extremely impressive for their first year and being in the Main Event since day one and it's great to see Ambrose is so committed to his role. He's one of the main reasons the group has been so impressive.
You have a great signature. May I ask who made it?
On topic, t'was a good read. I hope they keep growing as a unit and coming up with ideas to still have Shield be relevant.
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DA: I can tell you it’s been an ever-evolving process. I don’t think we knew where we wanted to go. Every week, it’s been a new idea. An on-the-fly idea. Coming out of the crowd was not a pre-planned, premeditated idea that someone came up with in a meeting room. Everything has kind of organically evolved. Instead of coming through the entrance way, we wanted to make a statement to people that what you see is not like every other WWE superstar, every other normal wrestler. It was done to separate ourselves. We’re not like everyone in the back. We’re completely different and more dangerous and something you’ve got to keep your eyes on.
This is what we need more people who are doing the shit to actually step up and say I want to do it this way, even with little things such as entrances it makes a big deal.
Great read. Great attitude.
Dean is very very confident in himself and The Shield, which is pretty damn good. He doesn't seem to sugar coat anything at all, which is great. It's great to see someone who isn't happy with just being in the WWE, everybody should want to be the main event, everybody should add their personal ideas to everything they do, and just other stuff. It's good to have that attitude to want to get better, because it means it'll keep pushing him to improve, which means it'll make Shield look better, and if Shield looks better, their segments/matches look better, and it'll draw in small amount of fans to them.
Couldn't agree more. We have been asking for pure hunger from younger superstars for ages.