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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: RAW February 3rd, 2014 Match: The Shield def. Langston, Kingston & Mysterio Summary: Ambrose and Langston started things out and Dean was temporarily grounded by the big man and hauled to the corner for a tag in to Kofi, Dean made his comeback and tagged out to Rollins, the two high fliers setting up a fast pace. After a few weeks of problems all three members seemed to be back on the same page and worked seamlessly to isolate Mysterio, however as per usual things began to break down and after Roman received a nasty cut to his face courtesy of Langston, Reigns was ready to take him down with his Spear when Ambrose tagged himself in! Dean quickly hit Langston with his Headlock Driver and picked up the win for the team - but Roman wasn't happy. Once again the cracks began to show as Ambrose and Reigns squared off in the middle of the ring, but peacemaker Rollins wasn't far behind. Getting in between the two and reminding them a wins a win. Full Review: Click Here! Digitals:Click Here! Screencaptures:Click Here!
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After Rollins and Reigns defeated their demons last night in the form of the Rhodes brothers, Ambrose marched in to a title defense against Mark Henry for a second time. His prior defense was marred by the interference of Rollins. Tonight, he set out to prove he could do this on his own – and he did. With Rollins and Reigns at Ringside Ambrose got off to a slow start as Henry manhandled him around the ring, leading to a handful of time outs and encouraging words from his team mates. However as wily and cunning as he is, he soon found a way around the powerhouse by taking out his legs. Working Henrys left knee over on the mat, he kept the big man grounded with a vicious, relentless assault.
Henry made a brief comeback when he all but hurled Dean out of the ring, but again Ambrose turned that to his advantage, knocking Henry to the floor and jumping on his back, cutting him down once again. Mark struggled back to his feet and knocked Dean down, setting him up for a splash in the corner, but a brief distraction from Reigns allowed Ambrose to move out of harms way and drag Henry down to the mat. Hitting him with his Headlock Driver seconds later, Dean pulled off the three count and the successful title defense.
The Shield started out their RAW with a trip to the Principals Office – AKA, Kane. The Authoritys honcho telling them they’re a valuable asset and should continue to be but just recently they’ve been causing trouble. He decides to put them to the test, calling out Reigns and Rollins as the two that started the fractures in The Shield when they lost the Tag Team Titles. Maybe that loss upset them too much and tonight they’d get the opportunity to ‘exorcise that demon’ in another match against the Rhodes Brothers. The Shield accept, but not before Rollins fires back, asking if Kane wasn’t just trying to deflect attention off of himself and pass it on to them, after all, as he’s reminded sarcastically by Ambrose – he’s done nothing but lose lately himself. Kane tells them they had better just do as they’re told or become disposable. With that, The Shield take their leave.
Later on in the night Reigns and Rollins head in to battle against Rhodes and Goldust, with Ambrose at ringside he successfully manages to keep himself to himself for the duration of the match and not get involved beyond a fist bump with Reigns after a successful dropkick on the apron. For once it pays off and Reigns and Rollins are able to secure the victory with nothing but Dean’s moral support. A celebratory Shield reunited. Have they exorcised the demon?
After the troubling events of Monday night RAW saw Rollins leave his partners Ambrose and Reigns high and dry to face the wrath of the Wyatts alone, it seemed as though the end of The Shield was neigh. But we headed in to Smackdown with the knowledge that Rollins had called a ‘Shield Summit’ for the trio to work out their differences in the ring. It was a strange entrance for all Shield fans as Ambrose and Reigns made their way down through the crowd without the third of their group, headed in to the ring after a quick recap of events Ambrose was quick on to the mic to let everybody know they were less than happy. That he can handle being beat up, he can handle pain, but he can’t handle being lied to by someone he trusts. He feels like for the last year and half Rollins has lied to them, that he doesn’t have their backs like he said. He demands Rollins comes out and faces them and tells them just what the heck he was thinking – and it better be good!
Rollins does indeed make his way down to the ring, but keeps the ropes between him and his ‘friends’, explaining that he did what he did to prove a point. The Shield is broken, but by him doing what he did Ambrose and Reigns were now back on the same page, it worked. Ambrose is less than happy with this, telling him theres a big difference between what he did at Elimination Chamber and what Rollins did on Monday night. Ambrose fought his way out of the match, Rollins walked.
Rollins comes in to the ring and says that they can call it a day, they can go their seperate ways and everyone will be fine, they’re all talented they’ll be alright on their own. But what if ‘fine’ isn’t good enough? As a trio they’re stronger and nobody can stop them. He has a good point, but Ambrose still isn’t happy, he can’t handle being betrayed and with that said he shoves Rollins on his backside, only to be shoved down himself by Reigns. Rollins gets up and says he knows what’ll make him feel better, then slaps Ambrose across the face! Rollins says he feels better and thinks Ambrose should get it out of his system too. Fuming, Ambrose punches Rollins straight in the side of the head without another word.
Reigns gets in between them again and amidst angry glares, Rollins holds out his fist, asking if they’re done with this drama, or are they plain done? Reigns is first to rejoin the fractured group. Reluctantly, Ambrose gets back on the same page too. The Shield again united. But if theres one thing I know about Dean – he doesn’t let things go so easily.
Ladies and Gentlemen we gather here today to potentially mourn the loss of the greatest Faction to ever have graced WWE… okay maybe that’s a little premature, but after tonight things don’t look good for the Hounds of Justice. The Shield headed in to rematch battle against the crafty Wyatt Family with vengeance on their minds, all three members fired up for the bout and striking first as Dean and Seth hurled themselves through the ropes at Harper and Rowan, taking them out before setting on Bray. Getting an early advantage it seemed as though The Shield were on the same page and in firm control as Seth became a one man missile taking out everybody. However, it wasn’t long before the cracks began to show and one wrong move from Seth put him in the clutches of the Wyatts, beginning to take a gruelling punishment.
Bray meanwhile, taunted Ambrose on the outside causing the incident that perhaps will prove to be the crack that shattered The Shield. As Ambrose went after the taunting Wyatt, Reigns went after him to keep him from attacking, leaving nobody in a beaten Seths corner for him to tag out to. Rollins was snared back in to the clutches of the Wyatts and endured a further beat down. Eventually he was able to tag out to Dean and he came in guns blazing, attacking everything with the menace of a rabid dog, but once again the Wyatts wily tactics were able to ground him, although Dean remained defiant in the face of his assault, even spitting in Harpers face, prompting Harper to simply stand on it – ouch. With Seth recovering from his beat down Roman was left to attempt to make the save for Ambrose, but ended up brawling on the outside. This time leaving Ambrose to fend for himself. Eventually Rollins was able to make it back to the apron and as a badly beaten Ambrose crawled for the tag – Seth simply turned away.
As Dean slumped over the ropes in disbelief at his one time best friends actions, Seth seemed to agonize over the decision for a few moments, before leaving ringside. Heading up the ramp with Reigns chasing after him. Ambrose remained in the ring, stunned. Reigns demanded to know what Seth was doing and Seth told him nobody had been there for him when he’d needed someone to tag out to, he could no longer be the glue that the held The Shield together. Roman and Dean would have to figure things out for themselves.
Back in the ring, a distressed Ambrose is attacked from behind and the assault from the Wyatts continues. Reigns charges the ring, leaving Seth watching from the ramp. For a handful of moments it seems as though Dean and Roman may be able to work together to fend off The Wyatts, but as it spills to the outside Reigns ends up neutralized by Harper and Rowan, and Ambrose eats the ringpost courtesy of Bray. Dean’s rolled in to the ring and Wyatt torments him as Rollins looks on and does nothing. Bray picks Dean up and hits him with ‘Sister Abigail’, picking up the three count and standing victorious over his battered body.