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Noted Ring Names: Dean Ambrose, Jon Moxley From: Cincinnati, Ohio Date of Birth: December 7, 1985 Working For: WWE Debut: Survivor Series 2012 Mini Biography: Starting his career in 2004 under the name of Jon Moxley, Ambrose earned high praise from independent companies around the world such as CZW - he became a household name for the hardcore. Jon soon earned a developmental contract with the WWE. He then took on the name of Dean Ambrose and feuded extensively with William Regal and Seth Rollins on NXT. He went on to make his much anticipated main roster debut at Survivor Series 2012 alongside Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns to make a massive impact in the main event, aiding CM Punk in retaining his WWE Championship. The Shield have torn an unstoppable path through the WWE and at Extreme Rules 2013, Dean laid claim to his first taste of WWE gold, capturing the United States Championship. Described by WWE as "Fearless, wild and always unpredictable" as well as a "world class competitor and infamous troublemaker" - Dean Ambrose is the rising star to watch! Full Biography:Click Here! Full Statistics:Click Here!
Show: Smackdown December 6th, 2013 Match: CM Punk def. Dean Ambrose Summary: Ambrose enters the ring cocky and telling and Punk it wont take all three members of The Shield to take him down, it'll just take one. Him. The match gets underway and as wily a veteran as Punk is, Ambrose seems to have his number. Spotting Punk's deadly kicks coming and avoiding them easily, leaving Punk a little frustrated and Dean with a smirking grin on his face. They take things down to the mat and Ambrose is in control, taking full advantage of Punk's hurting ribs with a series of arm bars, crushing Punk's midsection with his own body. Punk refuses to stay down though and fights back with all he has, however Ambrose continually targets those ribs and keeps taking the advantage back. It seems as though Punk wont be able to outwit the smartest member of The Shield, until one small mistake costs Dean dearly and he doesn't see the roundhouse kick coming. A second later, Dean's hit with the GTS.. it's game over. Full Review: Click Here! Digitals:Click Here! Screencaptures:Click Here!
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The Shield stunned the world tonight but not with Slammy wins or in ring action, but instead by coming out to present a Slammy award… in suits. The internet exploded and I have no idea who won. Ambrose however declared that yes, he looked good, and proceeded to talk over Roman as he tried to present the award. Another not so happy look from his Shield brothers. It was also announced that Ambrose would get another shot at CM Punk later in the night.
Fast Forward to the match of the night and Rollins and Reigns accompanied Ambrose to the ring – an unusual occurrence in Deans singles matches – but Dean did tell them that he could handle it by himself and they weren’t to get involved. Ambrose got in the ring and quickly took it to CM Punk, the pair evenly matched and seemingly knowing one another well already, it seemed to be a stalemate until Ambrose targeted Punk’s injured ribs. Once he had that locked, it was all Ambrose. Dominating Punk and relentlessly assaulting his damaged midsection, however Punk refused to stay down, kicking out of all pin attempts and fighting back desperately where he could. Earning themselves ‘This is Awesome’ chants from the crowd in the process after several last second kick outs. So much so, Ambrose needed a breather, tossing Punk to the outside and distracting the referee so that Rollins and Reigns could put the finish on Punk.
But they did nothing, instead they stood and watched. Ambrose joined them on the outside and got in Rollins face, asking him what the hell he was doing and why he wasn’t helping. He turned to come face to face with Reigns who informs him he wanted to do it by himself. Dean yells at his Shield cohorts, telling them fine, if thats how they wanted to be he could handle it and they should just leave. Rollins and Reigns dismiss him and stalk away as Ambrose gets back in the ring, walking straight in to a roundhouse kick from Punk! Ambrose kicks out of the pin though and is lifted by Punk to a GTS, but Ambrose wriggles out again as Rollins and Reigns head up the ramp. Ambrose goes for his Headlock Driver but Punk pushes out of it and catches him in the GTS, this time he hits it and its Goodnight Sweet Prince. Punk picking up the win – oh dear.
Rollins and Reigns return to the ring and while Rollins drags Ambrose from it, Reigns spears Punk in half. The Shield leaving as a trio, but clearly cracked.
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Tonight’s pre show on the WWE App saw The Shield pick their first ever WWE Slammy awards and it was almost a clean sweep for the group, winning every category they were nominated in barring Best Tag Team, here’s what the did take home!
- Faction Of The Year
- Breakout Stars Of The Year
- Hashtag of The Year (#BelieveInTheShield)
- “What a Maneuver!” Award (Romans Spear)
They’re also up for Match of the Year and Extreme Moment of the Year, we’ll update when the results are in!
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It’s that time of year again! We here at Dean-Ambrose.net along with thousands of fans around the world would like to wish Jon a very Happy 28th Birthday – and what a year it’s been! In celebration of both his Birthday and his break out year, we caught up with a few old friends you all might be familiar with. To spill the beans on the man behind Ambrose and send him a Birthday wish or two themselves.
We hope you have a great day Jon, and heres to another amazing year!
Comments are open so please feel free to leave your Birthday messages for him! They will be screened so keep it PG folks! You can read the Q&A’s by clicking ‘More’ Below and of course a huge thankyou to it’s participants, we hope you enjoy!
After a few weeks of looking like they’re back on the same page, the cracks in The Shield seem to re-emerge on tonights Smackdown as all three members vie for a chance to face CM Punk one on one before their big match at TLC. A promo early in the show sees Reigns declare that the member of The Shield to face Punk has to be the thoroughbred, the most ruthless, aggressive, able to get the job done member of the team. So naturally Dean steps up and nominates himself – well I’m not about to disagree with him. Reigns and Rollins however, look less than convinced.
That being said, Ambrose heads in to face Punk one on one and he’s left to his own devices by his Shield cohorts. Leaving him at the top of the stairs to go it alone. Ambrose enters the ring cocky and telling and Punk it wont take all three members of The Shield to take him down, it’ll just take one. Him. The match gets underway and as wily a veteran as Punk is, Ambrose seems to have his number. Spotting Punk’s deadly kicks coming and avoiding them easily, leaving Punk a little frustrated and Dean with a smirking grin on his face. They take things down to the mat and Ambrose is in control, taking full advantage of Punk’s hurting ribs with a series of arm bars, crushing Punk’s midsection with his own body. Punk refuses to stay down though and fights back with all he has, however Ambrose continually targets those ribs and keeps taking the advantage back.
It seems as though Punk wont be able to outwit the smartest member of The Shield, until one small mistake costs Dean dearly and he doesn’t see the roundhouse kick coming. A second later, Dean’s hit with the GTS.. it’s game over.
Rollins and Reigns are not going to be happy.
Now if you’ll excuse me, I have a Birthday surprise to get ready.
Should be back to my home made write ups next week, that dark real life getting in the way! In the mean time, heres a shiny WWE.com write up for you.
It may have been a while since CM Punk dropped a pipe bomb, but that doesn’t mean the scruffy savior of The Second City has lost his particular touch for poking the corporate hornet’s nest. In fact, Punk arrived in the Boomer Sooner State with a proverbial bang in the form of a verbal assault on The Authority for their supposed involvement in The Shield’s attack the previous week (retribution, Punk said, for his off-the-cuff insult toward Triple H). While Stephanie McMahon and Kane took issue with the accusation that they had ordered such a strike, they did come up with an on-the-spot ruling in the name of business when The Hounds of Justice emerged – to the apparent surprise of everyone – for yet another go at the former WWE Champion: A 3-on-1 Handicap Match between Punk and The Shield at WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs.
The Shield made their first statement before facing CM Punk at WWE TLC, knocking off The Rhodes Brothers & Big Show in a tremendous Six-Man Tag Match on Raw, though the win was hard-fought by any measure. The Hounds found themselves in the doghouse early on thanks to a tremendous start from Big Show; it took an impeccably-timed strike to Cody Rhodes’ arm by Dean Ambrose to give The Shield their first advantage of the bout.
With Cody one-armed and isolated, The Shield gained control until Show tagged back in, though The Shield’s teamwork instinct kicked in and Ambrose stopped the giant short by sending him over the top rope, making Show the second victim of the numbers game. A chokeslam to Roman Reigns opened the door for Goldust, but The Bizarre One’s innovative attempt to superplex an interfering Ambrose onto a prone Seth Rollins backfired when Rollins – the legal man – dodged the move and rolled up Goldust for the win.