The "Awkwardness" of the Stone Cold Podcast with Dean Ambrose
If none of you have watched the Stone Cold Podcast with Dean Ambrose, I totally recommend watching. It was a great interview, although the things I’m about to say are going to be a little bit of ‘Rant’.
(It’s my opinion, you don’t have to agree with it)
So people have been saying that 'it was the most awkward shit they’ve ever seen’ or 'Dean was boring af’ or some crap like that.
So first of all, it wasn’t Dean to make it awkward, it was Stone Cold. At first, Austin was prying way too much and everyone knows Dean had a rough childhood, so that obviously was a touchy subject. What Dean said was justified but honestly what else could he have said, he said all that was needed. It was also very inconsiderate for Stone Cold to immediately assume that Ambrose had a bad childhood, since he lived in public housing. He doesn’t know Dean personally, he didn’t live with him, and he didn’t experience what Dean went through, so for him to make assumptions like that was very disrespectful.
Also, when Stone Cold was telling Dean that he had to be more intense or whatever when Dean was telling the story when WWE called him. Deans a chill dude and his story telling is awesome. Honestly, I don’t know what Stone Colds deal was. When Dean was telling the story about being brought up, personally, I was super into it.
Towards the end of the podcast, I lost a bit of respect for Austin when he challenged Dean saying that Dean wasn’t giving it all. It’s obvious to notice that Dean is the one of the hardest workers in WWE currently. He busts his ass off every night. Hell, last month, he was even working to shows a night to fill in for Roman, since he was suspended. Coworkers worried about his physical health because he was working so hard.
Personally, I didn’t think it was possible for me to gain any more respect for Dean because I already think he’s amazing. He kept his cool in this interview and took everything Austin shot at him.
Once again, this is my opinion. It doesn’t mean you have to agree with it. (Even though I’m right.)