Dean Ambrose carrying injury heading to Wrestlemania, HHH-Roman Reigns match with new stipulation
Spectacular matches are waiting on Sunday at Wrestlemania for us. The most anticipated match, perhaps, is the no holds barred street fight against Brock Lesnar vs. Dean Ambrose. Ambrose is everybody’s beloved and was recently interviewed by Fox Sports where he was asked regarding his upcoming Wrestlemania journey. He was asked about the punishment that he is digesting lately and if he is injured in part heading towards more punishment that awaits for him at Wrestlemania. He said:
“A lot of that is just taking care of yourself and training properly. I keep myself flexible, I just compete at my normal body weight. I’m trying to carry around an extra 30 pounds, a lot of injury-prone musculatures. I keep my body in its most prime, healthy state and also I’ve just been lucky. On the other hand, I’m also constantly hurt. I’ve been hurt for 10 years. It’s not like I’m not constantly dealing with a litany of injuries that I have myself. If it’s not one thing, it’s another thing but I’ve just been able to keep rolling.”
On the other hand, the main event of the night (Triple H vs. Roman Reigns) is now being advertised as a no disqualification match. The stipulation in now being shown on the event program and also seems to appear on other promotional items as well.
— The New Age Insiders (@NewAgeInsiders) March 31, 2016
WWE has not made the official announcement of the match as a no disqualification in its live programming, but it appeared on WrestleMania posters at the fan Axxess event. The feud has been a brutal one since its beginning and there’s every reason for making it a no disqualification contest at Wrestlemania. This would certainly demolish the chances of getting disqualified and also, some kind of swerves that is bound to happen will be easy to make.
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