Broadcast Special: Chicago

Singles Match

Dean Ambrose v. the Brooklyn Brawler

Young — Here is your winner, Dean Ambrose.

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Ambrose — I take my punishment and fight like a lunatic to win.

Brain — Well, now we got someone who really appeals to the lunatic fringe viewing at home.

 

Broadcast Special: Chicago

Singles Match

Dean Ambrose v. the Brooklyn Brawler

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Brain — There’s dirty deeds for the win.

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Brain — I really thought Brawler would win because who’d lay a finger on him?

Gorilla — You really thought he’s that good?

Brain — No. Look at him. He’s so filthy, I didn’t think anybody would want to touch him.

Broadcast Special: Chicago

Singles Match

Dean Ambrose v. the Brooklyn Brawler

Gorilla — Brawler comes on strong. Look at those bombs he is throwing. But Ambrose can take a punch.

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Brain — Brawler’s offense is offensive. Ambrose goes crazy. He’s out brawling the Brawler. The ref’s trying hard to get control of this one.

Broadcast Special: Chicago

Singles Match

Dean Ambrose v. the Brooklyn Brawler

Renee Young — Sanctioned with a 15 minute time limit, and one fall, Dean Ambrose will face the Brooklyn Brawler.

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Brain — What are we doing, putting a guy that looks like he crawled out of a dumpster in the ring?

Gorilla — If you can wrestle, we’ve got a place for you here. We are an equal opportunity–

Brain — And didn’t the other guy just come out of a white van surrounded by orderlies? Who loosened his straight jacket?

Young — What strategy are you going to use against Dean Ambrose?

The Brooklyn Brawler —- I ain’t the flashiest mug around, so I’ll let my work in the ring show off for me.

Young — And what is your response?

Dean Ambrose — I’ve been fighting since I was born and punched my way out of my mother’s womb. Bring it on.

Brain — When he was born, he was so ugly, the doctor tried to shove him back into his mother’s womb.

Gorilla — Will you stop.