Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins Finally Debut at WWE Survivor Series

Dean Siemon@deansiemonAnalyst IINovember 19, 2012

Photo courtesy - Dean Ambrose, left, and Seth Rollins made a surprising impact at Sunday's Survivor Series pay-per-view.
Photo courtesy - Dean Ambrose, left, and Seth Rollins made a surprising impact at Sunday's Survivor Series pay-per-view.

This is the day that internet wrestling fans, like myself, have waited a long, long time for.

Seth Rollins, the former Tyler Black from Ring of Honor, and Dean Ambrose, the former Jon Moxley from the independent wrestling scene, came from the crowd with Roman Reigns, another developmental talent, and attacked Ryback during the Triple Threat WWE Championship at tonight's Survivor Series pay-per-view.

In the words of another internet darling, "YES, YES, YES!"

I fell in love with both talents during their indie days and when they competed against each other last year in Florida Championship Wrestling for the Jack Brisco 15 Championship.

For both Ambrose and Rollins, it's really been a tale of two paths when Florida Championship Wrestling evolved into the new version of NXT.

When the new developmental program began television tapings at Full Sail University in May, Rollins was made one of the top guys and became the first-ever NXT Champion by defeating Jinder Mahal in a tournament final.

Ambrose was not seen on NXT when the developmental shift took place. Fans who tracked the live event results found that he was occasionally competing in dark matches before Raw or Smackdown and on tour facing guys like Michael McGillicutty, Daniel Bryan and Alex Riley.

Several months after their most recent matchup against each other for the FCW Championship, we see the two internet fan favorites arrive on the scene where many expect them to stay for a long time.

As for how this story will continue, we have seen CM Punk deny that he was involved with Brad Maddox attacking Ryback at the Hell in a Cell PPV match.

But here's something to remember, Punk was one of those same guys who came from the independent scene and had a lot of buzz when he entered the developmental program at Ohio Valley Wrestling.

There might be a chance that Punk is the leader of a new movement that will guide and develop the new talents of Rollins and Ambrose as future stars under the "best in the world."

Monday's Raw will be an interesting one to watch. With the debut of the two most talked about talents before they even debuted, expect the ratings to rise.