The big news circulating about today is that Dean Ambrose has given his notice to WWE that he's leaving the company. Ambrose's current deal expires after WrestleMania and has informed WWE officials, including Vince in a one on one meeting with him he won't be signing the new one that was offered, which is said to have included a substantial raise in pay. Allegedly, Ambrose is and has been frustrated over the development and direction of his character and has reached the breaking point. Reports claim that Ambrose "hates hokey shit" and that constitutes a significant amount of his time in WWE. On one hand, I get it when you consider some of the goofy antics, mannerisms and directions WWE has taken Ambrose's character at times; I mean, if you're unhappy and miserable, then money can't often make up for that, especially if you're someone who doesn't really need it as Ambrose has made good money. On the other hand, I can't feel too sorry for Ambrose considering the money he's made and the fact that he's consistently been one of the top stars in the company the entire time he's been there. He's feuded with other top stars, been in marquee matches and been a grand slam champion so it's not as if he's been suffering by any stretch of the imagination from my perspective. Don't be surprised if he pops up in AEW sometime or, possibly, even back in WWE a little bit down the road. Vince doesn't really want to lose anyone right now, especially a name like Ambrose, and he's hiring every significant talent that he can from the indie scene to keep them from going other places. So, maybe Ambrose could use this as a means to negotiate a deal that gives him some creative control as with Daniel Bryan, John Cena, Randy Orton and maybe a few others; when it comes to established names in WWE who're seen as significant stars, who've been careful with their money and don't really have to worry about it, yet are frustrated creatively, an incentive to keep them around could be offering some creative control over their characters. I think that option becomes more realistic if AEW does become a legit, long term success.