Dean Ambrose Talks Working With Triple H, A Feud With CM Punk
Watching wrestling from home and now being a part of it: "It's still very hard to wrap my brain around. I was in a main event overall last night, and that doesn't sink in. I always expected to be here, from day one … it was just a question of when, but it was going to happen. And from the minute I got (to WWE), I expected to be in main events (I'm not in main events all the time, I'm still climbing the ladder). I try to stay pretty humble. Just being in the locker room with guys that I watched on TV; getting advice from Arn Anderson or William Regal, that kind of stuff is really cool to me; getting to work really closely with Triple H, it's, no pun intended, a trip. It's weird because you dream of being in this world one day and then you are and then it's just everyday life … and it's like, 7-foot (Big Show) walks into catering and it's like, 'What's up, Show?'"
If he could meet anyone in the ring, who would it be: "I've had the opportunity to wrestle pretty much everybody, a huge litany of stars … and in my crystal ball, I see myself and CM Punk crossing paths and colliding. … It's not anything that's boiling right now."
Ambrose also discussed The Shield's goals, this weekend's live events and more. You can check out the full interview by clicking here.
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