Dean Ambrose hosted Shane McMahon on ‘The Ambrose Asylum’
LONDON — Shane McMahon running Raw for the third straight week? Dean Ambrose’s talk show getting a second installment? This truly is madness, if not quite anarchy, in the U.K. Shane-O-Mac’s third turn at the wheel featured no shortage of upheaval, however, as WWE’s Prodigal Son summarized his "new era" of signings with a simple mantra: “We have arrived.”
No sooner had he made that proclamation than his sit-down with The Lunatic Fringe was interrupted by Chris Jericho, Kevin Owens, and Sami Zayn, all riled into a frenzy from a SmackDown’s worth of aggression and looking for a donnybrook to resolve their issues. Shane had a couple solutions in mind, sanctioning Ambrose vs. Jericho and Owens vs. Zayn for WWE Payback, but even after only two weeks at the helm, the McMahon scion knew good and well where the current confrontation was heading, and made himself scarce before the fists started flying.