Recently on WWE Network's Table for 3, Dean Ambrose, Cesaro, and Kevin Owens sat down to talk about their careers, from the indies to the WWE. Specifically, they discussed the FCW street team and Ambrose trying to pull off 'Macho Man' Randy Savage moves during his matches, among other things.
During the conversation, the trio discussed the FCW street team. While Owens was not in developmental when it was FCW, he heard a story about Enzo Amore getting hit by a car while he was putting up posters. Cesaro said that he had to put up posters the first day he arrived at FCW from 12 o'clock to 7 o'clock at night. Ambrose added that he thought his postering days were over when he signed with WWE.
"That's stuff you do when you start out. I used to do that when I was 16, but, like, I'm in WWE now. I didn't know I was going to be, like, putting up flyers on telephone polls."
"There was a big poster with Sheamus just [scowling]. I put up 19. Tyler Breeze put up 400 of them. Just all day, I'm looking at his face, all day, and it's hot. We're in Florida and I'm just growing this hatred for Sheamus as I'm looking at his poster. Just singing his song all day. By the end of it, I'm going to rip off every Sheamus poster. I never want to see his face again."
Also, during the show, Ambrose admitted that he tries to entertain the locker room and keep morale high by pulling off as many 'Macho Man' moves as possible during his matches.
"Sometimes I find it's kind of my duty to just, like, entertain the people in the locker room as well [as the audience]. It becomes, like, 'Macho Man' Saturday or whatever. It's imperceptible to the audience, but I'm doing as many 'Macho Man' moves in the match I can". Ambrose added, "you have to be really good to pull stuff like that off and not look like a dork out there."
In addition to these topics, Ambrose, Cesaro, and Owens talked about life on the road in WWE and much more. You can catch Table for 3 on the WWE Network. New subscribers can sign up for the WWE Network by clicking here and get their first month for free, which includes WWE Hell In A Cell this Sunday.