Dean Ambrose currently works for World Wrestling Entertainment. Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns & Seth Rollins were joined together to create one of the best teams in the wrestling industry today, The Shield. He was a part of NXT before being put on the WWE roster & has made a name for himself in the wrestling industry. He is one truly to watch out for in the future.
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Throughout the grand history of sports-entertainment there have been numerous times when worlds collided – everyone from musicians to talk show hosts have made the walk to the ring and stepped through the ropes. However, there is one brand of entertainer that always grabs the attention of the WWE Universe more than any other: the pro athlete.
Whether it be Dennis Rodman, Lawrence Taylor or WWE Hall of Famer Mike Tyson, the attention of the sports world, and the world at large, always falls directly on the squared circle whenever an athlete decides to saddle up to grapple. So, with that in mind, WWE.com concocted some fantasy matchups pitting 10 Superstars vs. pro athletes in showdowns that we would love to see come to fruition.
Seth Rollins vs. LeBron James
“Who is the best athlete in the world today?” You hear that question on the daily in sports bars and barber shops around the world. Well, we think we have it narrowed down to two.
Bluntly put, LeBron James is a specimen. If you were tasked with creating the perfect athlete, odds are you would wind up designing the three-time NBA Champion almost to a tee. He is strong, tall, quick and unbelievably explosive … but is he better than Seth Rollins?
Rollins may have the most well-rounded skillset in all of WWE. His mix of aerial prowess, sneaky strength and sheer athleticism makes him a constant threat to whoever stands across from him. King James would be no exception.
Who would prevail is anybody’s guess. However, there is safe money in assuming that somebody would no doubt get posterized along the way.
Roman Reigns vs. Conor McGregor
Weight classes exist for a reason … but, sometimes, you probably need to throw them out the window when the matchup is salivation-worthy.
UFC Featherweight Champion Conor McGregor called out the entire WWE roster on Twitter a few months ago, and Roman Reigns was quick to respond and defend the locker room’s honor. The exchange sent social media into a frenzy over who would actually get their hand raised if they were to ever square off.
Although McGregor would have the edge in the striking, speed and submission categories, Reigns would possess the size, strength and reach advantages.
Those would (maybe) be enough for The Big Dog to keep The Notorious One down, but either way, it would be an event.
We never thought we’d see Chris Jericho and Shawn Michaels trading blows at the top of a ladder, or The Shield and Evolution brawling through the crowd. Yet, those dream bouts happened. They just weren’t pretty. These fantasy showdowns weren’t for the faint of heart.
With another installment of Extreme Rules drawing near, WWE.com asked nine Superstars, including Roman Reigns, Sheamus and Neville, to tell us which Legends and Hall of Famers they’d want to smash through a table and pummel with chairs.
Forget the rules and forget the mat classics, because these nine Superstars have much more diabolical matchups in mind for their dream opponents.
Roman Reigns vs. Dean Ambrose — King of the Death Match
Mutual respect has led to some of the greatest matches of all time. When it comes to picking someone he’d love to tear the house down with, Roman Reigns looks no further than his closest ally, Dean Ambrose. Reigns has heard plenty of stories about his former Shield partner’s gruesome pre-WWE career, but The Big Dog isn’t intimidated about stepping inside Ambrose’s wild world for a night.
“The stipulation would be anything and everything goes because it’s Dean Ambrose,” Reigns said. “We would be fighting for the title of King of the Death Match because that’s what he claims he is.”
Seth Rollins vs. Cactus Jack — Boiler Room Brawl
Whether jumping from the TitanTron or falling off Hell in a Cell, Seth Rollins always got back up no matter the damage. It’s reminiscent of Attitude Era icon Cactus Jack, who kept fighting no matter how many times a rival knocked him down. Rollins wanted to see if he could be the one to keep him down once and for all.
“I’m going to shoot for the No. 1 hardcore legend of all time: The Cactus Jack personality of Mick Foley,” Rollins said, “in a Boiler Room Brawl.”
While stepping into a stipulation Mick Foley helped to innovate, where the competitors brawl backstage until one can make it to the ring, Rollins had his eyes on stealing a victory by stealing the closest friend of Foley’s most diabolical persona.
“Barbie, of course, the baseball bat wrapped in barbed wire — that’s Cactus’ weapon and I’d like to take it from him and use it against him.”