Last night on “Smackdown Live,” Dean Ambrose was in a match with WWE World Champion AJ Styles. If he was victorious, Ambrose would receive a future title match against the “Phenomenal One.”
Earlier in the evening, James Ellsworth asked Ambrose if he could be in his corner for the big match. Ambrose was reluctant at first, but eventually allowed Ellsworth to join him at ringside.
This, however, proved to be a costly error. Throughout the match, Styles was giving Ellsworth a hard time, including attack him on the outside of the ring. Eventually, Ellsworth had enough, and gave a superkick to Styles, which caused the referee to disqualify Ambrose, costing him his opportunity at the title.
Ellsworth has since taken to Twitter, and apologized for letting his actions get the best of him:
The master of “No Chin Music” would later appear on “Talking Smack,” where he once again apologize for his actions. “Smackdown Live” General Manager Daniel Bryan reminded Ellsworth just how crazy and destructive that Ambrose can be, but also told him that accidents happen, and to not worry about it.
There have been rumors that Ellsworth may be receiving a long term WWE contract in the future, and this storyline may be confirmation of this. It looks like we have not seen the last of the “chinless wonder,” and his involvement in the main storyline of “Smackdown Live” may be continuing for a longer period of time.
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