Dave Meltzer and the Wrestling Observer Newsletter are reporting that Dean Ambrose may very well have some backstage heat following his appearance on Stone Cold Steve Austin's WWE Network podcast this month.
It is believed that Ambrose's negativity towards creative and public slating of Brock Lesnar are the reasons for the heat.
Whilst Ambrose didn't exactly throw the creative team under the bus, his frustrations were obvious to see and the overriding assumption is that issues with creative means issues with Vince McMahon and Triple H.
Ambrose also referred to a 'laziness' when it came to his WrestleMania 32 match with Brock Lesnar. Officials were reportedly unhappy that the Lunatic Fringe aired his grievances so publicly, although it would be fair to say that putting him on a 'warts and all' podcast may not have been the best idea in the first place.
Meltzer also states that the irony may be that Ambrose was understating the whole Lesnar issue. Brock supposedly knew that he was going to be returning to UFC already at that point, and as such was even less willing to do anything creative with the match.
Should Dolph Ziggler be getting a little more excited following Meltzer's comments? We'll find out on Sunday.
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