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The announcement that Dean Ambrose will leave WWE in April led to countless speculations over the reason! Fans were intrigued in finding out what could have led to such a shocking revelation. But only one dominate debate remains to this day! Is it for real?

It is often known that the key concepts in sports entertainment are left behind! There is a short line between the real things and the stories that are released to the public. Sometimes blurred to benefit the individual or sometimes just an act to get attention? But Dean Ambrose lacks none of it! He neither needs some benefits, nor needs attention!

Dean Ambrose is one of the most mysterious and private individuals of the WWE universe. He has no presence on Twitter. His Instagram surely reaches millions of fans but are just trivial photos and posters of WWE. No signs of Jonathan Good, the good guy behind the Dean Ambrose.

After the announcement was made, there were no clues to be found! Nothing that could spawn a theory. Nothing on his wife’s account as well. The silence of the web was as eerie as that of the fighter! Mere speculations were to be found.

We all know that WWE loves to cover up things and doesn’t like to release much stuffs about its fights. In the Royal Rumble, he eliminated Johnny Gargano in a fantastic match but was himself eliminated by Aleister Black. Is it that WWE works in mysterious ways?

Hitting the fast-forward button to the RAW, where he took the ring, mic in hand and in his sincere voice, “I’ve got something serious I want to say to you all.” He was just on the verge of starting his speech when BAAM! The shrew, Nia Jax entered the scene to interrupt all of it!

Last week, Dean Ambrose wrestled his supposedly last match of WWE. It just ended with Bobby Lashley lashing him away from the winner’s place! What happened behind the scenes was that he was given a proper goodbye by his fans and brothers in The Shield. Did he really stop wrestling?

A lot of people thought that Ambrose refused to renew his contract because he was tried of wrestling. But that might be far from the truth! According to Cageside Seats, Ambrose was simply tired of how he was being used by the WWE team. He still wanted to wrestle, but somewhere else.

Ambrose is still advertised for WWE dates through April. But the guy is also getting over WWE! He reportedly signed a huge contract from All Elite Wrestling, a deal of $6 million per year! A sum that is even more than Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns make per year in WWE! According to the news, he is also willing to wait 6 months for the rumours about his wrestling is gone to kick off his career once again!

Will Ambrose be back in the world of Wrestling? Because there are a lot of fans waiting for him out there! WWE constantly notifies the viewers not to re-create the scenes at home. But wait! How about playing some wrestling games at home… this time, online? We have the perfect wrestling slot game for you! Meet the Lucha Legends Slot game, a five-reel slot created by Microgaming Systems. It is a wrestling-themed game featuring Free Spins Bonus Rounds and 25 pay lines. Jump in the ring of virtual action at Lucky Pants Bingo and play via mobile! Anyways, anything is possible in the professional wrestling. And who knows, Dena Ambrose returns at any point to WWE! He might choose to renew his contract and continue his legacy. Or, follow his desire to leave and sign off his seven-number contract with another company. No matter what happens, it will be interesting to see where he lands.

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Bernard - Side-Line Staff Chief editor
Bernard Van Isacker is the Chief Editor of Side-Line Magazine. With a career spanning more than two decades, Van Isacker has established himself as a respected figure in the darkwave scene.

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