Earlier this week, PWTorch reported that Dean Ambrose had submitted his notice and informed WWE that he would leave the company if his contract expires at the end of April. Shortly thereafter, WWE confirmed, in a previously unprecedented move on their part, the news in a statement.
The latest news that we heard about the situation came from Sean Ross Sapp or fightful, who revealed the WWE statement, confirmed the information provided by people behind the scenes – and considering everything, the whole thing is more likely than part of an extensive storyline (here you can read more about it).
Now, thanks to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, we have more information about the deal that Ambrose would have rejected.
The former WWE champion would have rejected a deal of five years with "a disadvantage of just over $ 1 million per year".
One of the main reasons that Dean is currently refusing to stay with WWE is based on how his character has been booked since he came back from an injury halfway through last year. Imagine that you & # 39; so & # 39; gets frustrated about how you are used, that you feel the need to get out of a contract with so much money that is reportedly on the table – WOOF!