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Dean Ambrose Lied To Vince McMahon, Worked Everyone In WWE

Dean Ambrose Jon Moxley AEW All Elite Wrestling

• OLD SCHOOL VIDEO HISTORY (May 29, 2000) – WCW MONDAY NITRO

On this day in 2000, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired another episode of their weekly TV show ‘WCW MONDAY NITRO’.

It was broadcasted from the E Center in Salt Lake City, Utah and featured matches, interviews & segments on the road to the ‘WCW The Great American Bash 2000’ PPV.

The card can be found here:

– Chavo “Lt. Loco” Guerrero vs. Disco Inferno

– Ambulance Match: G.I. Bro vs. Mike Awesome

– Kevin Nash vs. Tank Abbott & Rick Steiner

– Terry Funk vs. Vampiro

– Asylum Match: Scott Steiner vs. Shane Douglas

– Billy Kidman vs. Sting

– WCW World Title: Jeff Jarrett vs. Ric Flair

• Dean Ambrose Lied To Vince McMahon, Worked Everyone In WWE

As we noted yesterday, Vince McMahon is livid at Dean Ambrose for joining AEW and signing a multi-year deal as Ambrose told WWE that he didn’t want to sign a new contract with them because he wants to pursue a career in Hollywood.

Brad Shepard has also confirmed this and noted that Ambrose lied to Vince McMahon and everyone in WWE:

“Vince was actually furious. He was fuming mad because, and I have confirmed this with multiple sources, Dean Ambrose a.k.a Jon Moxley worked Vince McMahon and WWE – he worked everybody.

So that was literally the expectation that he gave WWE (that he’d be back). He lied to Vince, he lied to everybody and said he was just going to make a movie in Hollywood.

So WWE would have never given him such a nice long send-off if they thought he was going to AEW, that’s what I was told.”

        
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