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- Below is #TheJourney, the first web series from Jeff Jarrett’s Global Force Wrestling:

- Dean Ambrose is currently 10 days away from having the longest WWE United States Title reign since it became a WWE title. Ambrose is currently at 333 days and MVP has the longest reign with 343 days.

- Regarding Cesaro and Paul Heyman not coming out to theme music, that’s the plan for now but only short-term. WWE is working on new music for Cesaro but the feeling is that not having music is a talking point for him.

Partial source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter

  • Shawn OB

    Oh, that guy needed music to drown out the the jeers. They sounded earnest to me. I thought that guy was sad but I liked him anyways, reminded me of my boss at the time. Mr. Excitement.

  • The Killswitch

    Fair enough, but somehow the silence before his entrance seems to devalue his character. At least in my opinion. If freaking John Laurinaitis can have his own music, why can’t Heyman?

  • Nicholas Giambattista

    Everytime Dean Ambrose has defended that title he always has come out on top. Dean going to be a major player once The Shield break up maybe the most over look member of the Shield.

  • Matthew Farrell

    If he actually DEFENDED the title then yeah, it would be impressive. But for now it’s a complete joke.

  • Shawn OB

    Just vacate the title already. Yeesh.

  • Shawn OB

    Heyman talking is his theme song when he comes out. The man truelly deserves his paycheck every time he does so.

  • Kristopher Robinson

    I don’t even remember the last time he even carried the title to the ring.

  • The Killswitch

    I’m still wondering why Heyman doesn’t have his own music. I could see him with a McMahon-esque theme.

    Also, I really wish Ambrose defended his title more. A long reign does nothing for a title’s prestige without good matches.

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