For the last few weeks I have been thinking about stepping in and showing how I would book WWE, but while I still will be considering it I have decided to also breakdown one turn that happened and flopped. Last year on the night that Roman Reigns sadly announced that he was sick & would be stepping away from the ring his stable mates would break a part. Now I know that it is possible and even likely that nothing would've kept Ambrose from leaving WWE, but that doesn't mean his heel turn couldn't have been done better.
It would begin the exact way that it did on that fateful night in October with Ambrose dropping Rollins with the "Dirty Deeds" on the floor following their tag team title loss. The week after Rollins would start out the show saying "I understand why Ambrose attacked me last week, tensions were high after what happened earlier in the night. I know your sorry Dean let's just mend the fence and move on." Following a successful title defense Ambrose would appear on the stage staring at Rollins who is puzzled by the look on Dean's face.
The next week Rollins would call out his former stable mate to again give him the chance to explain his actions from two weeks ago. Following another Intercontinental Title defense in the main event the lights would go down and Ambrose would appear in the ring behind Rollins dropping him with the "Dirty Deeds" again in the middle of the ring. The microphone picks up him saying "I don't need your pity Seth" and it ends with those crazy eyes that does from time to time. Not being prepared for his one on one match against Nakamura it was made into a six man tag team match including the tag champions as well. Ambrose would cost the Raw team the win and would be yelled at by Stephanie for costing Raw all Ambrose would say is The Shield is dead.
We will continue this story at a later date and the amount of detail that I have breaking down this feud with has extended it well past the normal length for the series. Much like the Jinder edition will be back sooner then later to retell the story of how I believe Dean Ambrose's WWE heel turn should've gone down.