Dean Ambrose Talks Joining WWE, Working With The Undertaker, Being Put Into The Main Event Scene

Even though things will be a little slower until after the Christmas holiday, make sure to keep checking out each day. I am using the downtime to catch up on recapping some highlights from recent podcasts, and will post a couple of recaps each day. We will also start our voting for the best of 2013 this Monday.

As noted, The Shield appeared on the Onnit podcast earlier this this week, which you can watch above. During the podcast, all three members discussed their diet, working together, breaking into the business and more. Here are a couple of highlights from Dean Ambrose on the podcast:

Getting into WWE: "By the time we actually got through sitting in Tampa for a while, we had all been down there for a long time... but by the time we were at like, we're at Wrestlemania, we're on the main stage, we're doing our thing, because we got thrown right into the fire really quickly. We had a good little act with three rookies, and they just threw us right out there with the main eventers. We were working with John Cena, Randy Orton, Big Show."

Working with Undertaker: "We were working with Undertaker in a six man tag in London. The most legendary, most intimidating figure in the history of the business, wrestles once, maybe twice per year.Visit Wrestling Inc. Usually once a year, he did an extra match that year, working with us in the six man tag.

"We had double-shotted [worked two shows] that day and did a show in Cardiff, Wales earlier in the day and they helicoptered us in to do the other show, which was a live RAW. We got there pretty much right as our music was playing, and pretty much had to go right up and right down into the crowd and right into the ring, which was nothing, nothing really worked out or anything.Someone proofread this. We were in there with Undertaker who, again, is one of the most legendary, intimidating guys in the business, but at this point we're like the World Series guy, screw it, let's just go out and do it.

"So we just went out there and did it. We were like, that was cool. It was like we're at Wrestlemania, we're on the main stage, we're in the WWE. Hell yeah we are. This is where we belong. It doesn't feel like whoa, this is such an accomplishment. It's just like, no, it feels right. This is where we're supposed to be."


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