For a split second, everyone believed that Dean Ambrose had won the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at "WWE Roadblock" on Saturday night. The WWE Universe had been speculating for weeks about how such an outcome would impact "WrestleMania 32" and the main event in particular. But alas, the referee reversed his three-count after he saw that Dean's foot was under the bottom rope and Triple H went on to win the match.

That means that Dean Ambrose is still scheduled to face Brock Lesnar in a No Holds Barred Street Fight in Dallas on April 3rd. It will be the first one-on-one match-up Ambrose has had at "WrestleMania," and should be considered The Lunatic Fringe's highest profile match in his career thus far.

With the "passing of the torch" from Mick Foley to Ambrose on "Monday Night RAW," will Ambrose be able to pull off a win against The Beast Incarnate on the biggest stage in the industry?

What follows is one part of a series of "WrestleMania Résumé" articles in which we take a look at a current or former WWE Superstar's history at"WrestleMania" (such as The Undertaker, Triple H, Shane McMahon, Roman Reigns, The Rock, Daniel Bryan, Seth Rollinsand the WWE Divas Champion), and what it might tell us about that (or a similar) competitor at "WrestleMania 32" in Dallas.

"WrestleMania" record

Making just his fourth "WrestleMania" appearance, Ambrose is a relative "Mania" newbie compared to veterans like Triple H, Chris Jericho, or The Undertaker.

As a member of The Shield (alongside Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns), he won his first two matches in 6-Man Tag Team action against Big Show/Randy Orton/Sheamus, and New Age Outlaws/Kane. But at "WrestleMania 31," Ambrose suffered his first WM defeat.

As Wade Barrett defended the WWE Intercontinental Championship in a 7-Man Ladder Match, it was Daniel Bryan that ultimately walked away with the gold.

Ambrose sits with a 2-1 Mania record.

Title matches

The only time that Dean Ambrose fought for a title at WM was the aforementioned Ladder Match, which The Lunatic Fringe did not win.

For what it's worth, Ambrose was the United States Champion at WM30, but the title was not defended that year, as The Shield had their match against the NAO and Kane.

Main event matches

As soon as Seth Rollins came running to the ring to interrupt Brock Lesnar vs. Roman Reigns, Ambrose became the only member of The Shield to have not competed in the main event at Mania. While WWE seems to be pushing this year's event as one that has atriple main event, most people reserve that title solely for the match that closes the show. While his match against Brock Lesnar may be the most violent of the night, it's not going to close the show if neither man has the belt.

Worthy competition

As part of The Shield, Ambrose competed against Randy Orton, Kane, Sheamus, Big Show and the New Age Outlaws. His opponents in last year's ladder match included Wade Barrett, Daniel Bryan, Dolph Ziggler, Stardust, Luke Harper, and R-Truth.

Taking nothing away from those listed above, Dean Ambrose will face his biggest challenge this year when he steps into the ring alone against Brock Lesnar.

"WrestleMania" moment(s)

Dean has yet to experience a defining "WrestleMania Moment" that will be part of his legacy. But in a Street Fight against The Beast Incarnate, such a moment could present itself.

Predictions for 'WrestleMania 32'

While I'm not the first to suggest it, a singles loss to Brock Lesnar in a Street Fight at "WrestleMania" wouldn't hurt Dean's career at all. In fact, taking a massive beating from Lesnar (while refusing to give up) might do him more good than figuring out a way to win.

While Dean is at the highest point in his career so far, the odds of him beating Brock Lesnar at"WrestleMania 32" are slim-to-none, even if he's brandishing a baseball bat covered in barbed wire.

"WrestleMania 32" airs live on the WWE Network on April 3rd.

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