richiemeetsworld Posted April 18, 2016 Share Posted April 18, 2016 For a lot of us, pro-wrestling consumes our life. For a long time. WWF, WCW, ECW then WWE, TNA, ROH, NJPW. Some only stick with the juggernaut, some of us venture out and enjoy the "indy" scene or wrestling outside of the United States. We just want wrestling and good wrestling at that. So when the notorious "Road to Wrestlemania" was in full effect, we were left with lackluster story-lines and very "Meh" card for the biggest show of the year. While yes, injuries plagued the roster. Some of WWE's marquee talent were unable to compete at the show they are needed the most. But still, the current roster could still make for a great card. Given the right booking and placement on the show. As a fan of fifteen+ years, I was left with a bad taste in my mouth after Wrestlemania. It wasn't like last year, where at the very last moment, they save the show with Seth Rollins cashing in and winning the WWE title. No. The entire night we were left with constant disappoint. While some of the matches produced great performances, it couldn't make up for the horrible booking, match outcomes, and story-line progression. So with this story, I'm starting at Roadblock. I'm not going straight into Mania. Rather will cover individual stories at different events leading up to WM following Roadblock. Hope you all enjoy. WWE presents Roadblock! March 12th, 2016 Toronto, Ontario, Canada WWE World Heavyweight Championship Triple H © versus Dean Ambrose We're now twenty minutes into the main event of Roadblock, Dean Ambrose and WWE World Champion Triple H have been laying it all on the line, in hopes to walk away as champion. Dean, with a bit more fire lit up inside of him. Hoping to become the World Heavyweight champion for the first time in his career. Dean has surprised the veteran numerous times through-out the night, taking the Cerebral Assassian to a very dark place he calls the Ambrose Asylum. While the Lunatic may be on top of his game, HHH is as good as he's always been. Vicious, cold-blooded and determined to win no matter what. After wiggling out of countless Pedigree attempts, Dean would put on a clinic. Locking in the figure-four and then the sharpshooter. The Game would get to the ropes and break the count, only to fall to Dean's signature the "Dirty Deeds." The audience has erupted, they are yelling for him to make the cover, which he does. 1...2...3! Ambrose and everyone jammed into the Ricoh Coliseum are going absolutely bezerk. Wait, what? Referee John Cone is telling Dean that his feet were under the ropes and that it doesn't count. Triple H with the roll up, but to no avail. They would continue their war. Ambrose connects with an elbow onto HHH who's outside the ring. He would then set up for another elbow, except this time onto the champ who's laid out on the announcer table. A leap of faith later and the Lunatic would crash through the table by himself. Hunter would slide into the ring and hope for an easy count-out victory. Dean would make it before the ten count, but ultimately fall to a Pedigree and lose his chance to become WWE World Heavyweight Champion. Triple H grabs his belt and attempts to make it to the back, but before he could, referee Charles Robinson would run from the back and slide into the ring. After consoling with the other official, they made the ruling to restart the match. As after reviewing footage in the back, Dean's feet WEREN'T under the ropes and John Cone made a wrong decision. Triple H is livid and up in Charles face, threatening to fire him AND John if he restarts the match. The (no pun intended) deed has already been done, the bell is re-rung and Dean grabs ahold of Hunter, spins him around and drops him with a second Dirty Deeds! 1...2...NO! Somehow, someway, Triple H kicks out and still shows sign of life. They are toe-to-toe and exchanging back and forth shots. Both men are absolutely spent, running on fumes at this point. Dean would miss a clothesline and allow Hunter to connect with a running knee. In either the punches or knee, Dean got busted wide open. Blood would trickle down the Lunatic's face and that put a smile on the sadistic champions face. The Game would make a costly mistake when he took too long taunting the fans over their fallen hero. He throws a left and HHH dodges it, pushing Dean backwards. That shove would be the deciding factor, as Ambrose would rebound lariat the champs head almost off his shoulders. The fire is burning bright in the Lunatic's eyes as he stalks the champion, Dirty Deeds! 1...2...3!! Both Ambrose and the audience were skeptical at first, as Hunter is as slimy as they come. But the second John Cone handed over the WWE title, everyone was sure. Dean Ambrose is the NEW WWE World Heavyweight Champion! http://www.ringsidenews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Dean-AMbrose-Champion.jpg Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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