Watch Wrestler Dean Ambrose Demonstrate His Move Named After an AC/DC Song

February 26, 2019

Rock has had a strong presence in the pro wrestling realm. From Triple H's use of Motörhead's "The Game" for his intro song, Chris Jericho fronting the band Fozzy, to inviting Lzzy Hale and Nita Strauss to perform live at WWE: Evolution.

During WWE Raw, fan favorite Dean Ambrose interrupted wrester/musician Elias (who recorded an EP titled WWE: Walk with Elias). Elias of course, was having none of it. "What are you doing there, bub?" Ambrose asks "You trying to play me off the stage like this is the Academy Awards or something?"

Elias responds by saying, "I was about to sing a song about how much I love Atlanta. I mean, Atlanta is just so fascinating to me. ... Atlanta is fully capable of hosting the Super Bowl. Winning it? Now, that’s an entirely different story.”

Very true. But that's when Elias's rival began to make a few "song requests." "Do you know any Temple of the Dog? Night Ranger? 'Yankee Doodle'? 'Thunderstruck'? Or is it time for 'Dirty Deeds'?"

Fans assumed that Ambrose's "Dirty Deeds" move was named after the classic AC/DC song "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap." When referring to the supergroup Temple of the Dog, Ambrose has sang his praise for the Seattle grunge scene many times in the past.