One of the most anticipated matches at WrestleMania 32 is the No Holds Barred Street Fight between Dean Ambrose and Brock Lesnar. Everyone knows that this is going to be an absolutely brutal and violent brawl that could go either way. Even though neither wrestler has a lot of friends or associates, there could be plenty of interference including run-ins from The Wyatt Family and a WWE Hall of Famer.
Even though Dean Ambrose is extremely popular and one of the top talents in all of WWE right now, some are finding it hard to believe that he could defeat Brock Lesnar. One has to think that Lesnar has decimated and dominated John Cena, The Undertaker, The New Day, Rusev, Seth Rollins, Sheamus, and a host of others without much trouble.
Putting the stipulation of a Street Fight on the match does help things some and make it more believable. Ambrose can use weapons and could possibly pull out a victory and the loss wouldn’t hurt Lesnar at all since it wouldn’t necessarily be a “clean” loss.
Still, there is much more that could end up working in the favor of Dean Ambrose.
With rumored post-WrestleMania 32 plans in place for a Brock Lesnar vs. Bray Wyatt feud, Ambrose could get help from unlikely allies. Wyatt may not end up with a match on the WrestleMania card due to his back injury, but he may still have enough in him to run interference.
WrestleZone is reporting that Wyatt did return to action at a house show on Friday night. It was a six-man tag match so it’s not known how much he did wrestle, but he did get active in the ring. WWE likely won’t push it until he’s fully healed and ready to go.
Along with the other members of The Wyatt Family, Bray could interfere in the Ambrose/Lesnar match and not cause a disqualification. They could beat down Lesnar, further the feud started at the Royal Rumble, and force him to lose which will bring about the beast wanting revenge.
Still, that’s not all the help that may come Ambrose’s way.
This past week on Monday Night Raw, Mick Foley appeared in a backstage segment with Ambrose and told him that a crow bar wouldn’t help him. It was then that Mick Foley “passed the torch” to Ambrose and also gave him a present which was his signature bat wrapped in barbed-wire. A bat so affectionately named “Barbie.”
PW Mania even reported that Foley spoke on the segment from Monday and how happy he was with how it came off.
“THE TORCH IS PASSED – as soon as last night’s promo on #RAW ended, I held up my arm and said ‘I’m pretty sure getting goosebumps during a promo is a sign that it worked.’ After 30 years, I still love this stuff!”
It is known that Foley will be at WrestleMania 32, and he is meant to get involved in a storyline of some kind. Well, fans now know which storyline it is and it’s possible that he could end up helping out his student against Brock Lesnar.
Dean Ambrose and Brock Lesnar need no help in drawing an audience or keeping the interest of the fans. Throw in weapons and it makes it even better. Add some outside interference from numerous big names in WWE and this match could steal the show.
WrestleMania 32 is going to be huge, and it’s going to bring about some fantastic matches including the No Holds Barred Street Fight. Dean Ambrose kind of has the deck stacked against him for his match with Brock Lesnar, but Mick Foley and The Wyatt Family could really even up the odds.
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