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Foley Talks Ambrose, Ziggler Talks of No Longer Being an Underdog

(Mick Foley, photo via mindofcarnage.com)

WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley has posted the following comments on his Facebook page looking at Dean Ambrose’s Asylum Match:

“Could this ‪#‎AsylumMatch‬ at ‪#‎ExtremeRules‬ be exactly what Dean Ambrose needs? Experience has taught me that a big break is often a series of smaller breaks – like a ball peen hammer tapping away at that glass ceiling everyone talks about…until finally, it shatters. Could this match it be another breakthrough for Ambrose? Couldn’t potential he steal the show – a tall task given the chemistry between AJ Styles, and Roman Reigns in their last outing.”

Dolph Zigger Is Done Being The Underdog

Following last night’s WWE Raw, Dolph Ziggler spoke to Tom Phillips. After learning he’ll be facing Baron Corbin in a No Disqualification Match in the Extreme Rules Kickoff Match, The Showoff reveals that no one, including The Lone Wolf, has proven they are better than him during his eight-year WWE career.

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