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I know that it might be hard to believe that for the third week in a row we have Dean Ambrose as the focus of this weekly series, but there is a good reason that just wait. So as everyone has heard by now Dean Ambrose will be leaving WWE in the latter half of April following Wrestlemania and though that is big story I wonder if WWE realizes that they still need to book him somewhat well if they want him on the show. To start I had my reservations about Dean and Nia Jax possibly having an inter-gender match for obvious reasons, but seeing as that isn't going to happen and they shifted gears let's look at the match from this week.
Last week I pointed out that the WWE should've waited to have Dean and Ethan Carter III meet until Elimination Chamber especially knowing that the show is this weekend; instead of having them fight now two weeks in a row. The reality of it is that this feud should've been the coming out party for Ethan on the main roster, but in my opinion because Dean is leaving the company feels like they have to rush through the feud instead of booking it the right way.
Overall 50-50 booking is a problem in the company, because they do it far to often and even though I think it could work for a lower card feud or if you just want to give someone a little momentum it isn't the right way to go when it comes to a fresh talent like EC3 or a former Main Event star like Ambrose. I'm really confused how the WWE thinks that this is a good way to book these two especially knowing that we will likely see them fighting for the third time on Sunday which will be pointless. Take a look at the match below: