Remember the guerrilla storyline where Florida Championship Wrestling standout Dean Ambrose confronted Mick Foley during WrestleMania 28 weekend and blamed him for a generation of young wrestlers putting their bodies on the line to mimic their hardcore idol?
It was supposed to jumpstart Ambrose's career in WWE on the main stage after paying his dues in Tampa with the company's developmental promotion.
Ambrose was even "sent home" one week after he claimed Foley was made uncomfortable by his presence at a Smackdown taping.
A week later, Foley posted a blog describing why the angle would never come to fruition, saying flat out he didn't trust the young Superstar in the making and wouldn't use his clout to "put [him] on the WWE map."
At the time, it seemed like the latest plot twist in the storyline but the back and forth between the hardcore legend and Ambrose on Twitter immediately died down and no one said another word about it.
Perhaps, in this business of making fans believe one thing when the exact opposite is true, Foley was being honest. It certainly appears that way as he tweeted the following late last night:
"Finally had a talk with @TheDeanAmbrose . Unique type of cat. We'll probably never exchange holiday cards, but it was good to clear the air."
Good to see these two make up.
Now when are we getting Ambrose on the main roster, dagnabit?!