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Dean Ambrose has a 'toolbox of ideas' for Hell in a Cell match with Seth Rollins

And he's determined to give us something we've never seen before.

There have been a total of 28 Hell in a Cell matches in the history of WWE. That means we've more or less seen everything it has to offer, from Mick Foley throwing himself off the top of it through an announce desk to Big Boss Man getting hanged from it.


Despite this, Dean Ambrose told Xfinity he's determined to do something new in his match with Seth Rollins at the pay-per-view (PPV) this coming Sun., Oct. 26, 2014, at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas:

"Going into anything like this, you want to put your own stamp on it. You want to do something that's never been done before. I hate a formula. I hate stepping in the footsteps of those that came before me. And Seth has the same mindset. Even though we're enemies and opponents, and are going to be trying to rip each other's heads off in the Cell. ... If you know anything about me, you know that I don't have any trepidation. I'm not going to walk into there shaking in my boots. It'll be my first time and Seth Rollins' first time. I'm not afraid to take a risk. And Seth Rollins isn't afraid to take a risk. I don't see anything that Seth Rollins can do to me, or the Authority, or the Cell is anything worse than anything I've been through. I'm looking to raise the bar a little bit. And it's hard because the Cell is a lot higher than it used to be. ... It's hard to do anything new inside that thing now. But fortunately I've got a big toolbox of ideas, man. This ain't my first time at the rodeo even though it's my first time in the Cell. I've got a nice cache of little ditties that I can bust out. I'm determined to do something that nobody has ever seen before in the Hell in a Cell."

Aside from how awesome he makes this sound, can you even imagine what he could possibly have in mind? He couldn't possibly outdo Foley, and it's even unlikely he'll be able to match Shawn Michaels and the bump he took in the match with Undertaker at Badd Blood 1997. That's without mentioning the fact that Ambrose is operating in a PG environment and blood is expressly banned.

Anyone care to guess what he could be planning?

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