Noted Ring Names: Dean Ambrose, Jon Moxley
From: Cincinnati, Ohio
Date of Birth: December 7, 1985
WWE Debut: Survivor Series 2012
WWE Titles Held: United States Championship
Mini Biography: Dean Ambrose started his career back in 2004 under the name of Jon Moxley. Earning high praise from independent companies around the world, he became a household name for the hardcore, holding championship gold in companies such as Combat Zone Wrestling. With his name capturing the attention of wrestling fans across the globe, Jon soon earned a developmental contract with the WWE. He then took on the name of Dean Ambrose and began the process of cementing his name in stone. Feuding with William Regal and Seth Rollins most notably on NXT, Ambrose went on to make his much anticipated main roster debut at Survivor Series 2012, coming in 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!
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Mar 29th: Wrestlemania: Santa Clara, CA
Mar 30th: RAW: San Jose, CA
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April 6th: RAW: Austin, TX
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April 8th: Glasgow, Scotland
April 9th: Newcastle, England
April 10th: Sheffield, England
April 11th: Birmingham, England
April 12th: Manchester, England
April 13th: RAW: London, England
April 15th: Hamburg, Germany
April 16th: Budapest, Hungary
April 17th: Antwerp, Belgium
April 18th: Zurich, Switzerland
April 26th: Extreme Rules: Chicago, IL
April 28th: Smackdown: Moline, IL
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Video: Inside The Mind of Dean Ambrose, Wrestlemania 31
Published by: · Date: 2015/03/30 · Filed Under: Videos

Video: Pranking WWE Wrestlers (Badly)
Published by: · Date: 2015/03/30 · Filed Under: Videos

The most unfunny guy in history takes a stab at pranking Dean and other WWE Stars during Axxess. Watch him fail, spectacularly.

Wrestlemania 31 Results
Published by: · Date: 2015/03/30 · Filed Under: Images, Pay Per View Results, WWE

Sadly, it wasnt to be Dean’s night. After starting the movement to get the Intercontinental Championship back to a place of prestige, Dean lost out to Daniel Bryan after a horrific power bomb through a ladder on the outside took him out of the running. But we’re willing to bet he’s not going to let this rest, he wants his picture on that wall! Heres the review from

Daniel Bryan has a tendency to defy expectations. He was told he would never be a WWE Superstar, but he scratched and clawed his way onto the roster five years ago. He was told he would never be in the main event of WrestleMania, but he nevertheless celebrated a WWE World Heavyweight Championship victory on The Grandest Stage of Them All last year in New Orleans. At WrestleMania 31, nearly one year after neck surgery seemed to herald the end of his career, The “Yes!” Man rose above adversity once again, winning one of the most kinetic Ladder Matches in the history of The Show of Shows to win his first Intercontinental Championship. The chaos that ensued after the bell was appropriate given the championship’s bizarre journey in recent weeks as it had spent more time in the hands of the bout’s challengers — Bryan, Dean Ambrose, Dolph Ziggler, R-Truth, Stardust and Luke Harper — than it had in the grasp of its bearer, Bad News Barrett. Morphing quickly into a brawl outside the ring, the match put on full display the lengths to which Superstars will go to carry the title held by such WWE Hall of Famers as Bret Hart, “Macho Man” Randy Savage and the title’s first holder, Pat Patterson.

The battleground seemed like it would change dramatically when the unusual Stardust pulled a customized ladder from underneath the ring, his “Exo-Atmospheric Starbird,” but that cosmic implement was quickly destroyed by the defending champion. The intergalactic Superstar faced an even greater setback when Barrett — willing to do anything and everything to leave WrestleMania with his title reign intact — incapacitated Stardust with a wince-inducing superplex. The brutality would only continue to escalate moments later, when Harper folded Ambrose in half with a powerbomb from the ring through another ladder bridging the ring and the outside barricade. Pressing his advantage, Harper began ascending another ladder in the center of the ring as Ziggler — intent to steal The Show of Shows — latched onto the behemoth with a sleeper hold. Unfortunately for The Showoff, the maneuver was all too effective, as a fading Harper eventually sent both Superstars crashing to the canvas. Staggered but determined, Ziggler seized opportunity and made what seemed to be his victory ascent, but he received only a Bull Hammer from the cunning titleholder for his efforts. Barrett similarly dispatched Stardust and Truth in a show of brute force, but would be the recipient of some decidedly “Bad News” just moments later.

Evading a Bull Hammer that would have surely sealed a victory for Barrett, Bryan retaliated with a well-timed running knee — the very same move that propelled him to the main event of last year’s WrestleMania. Bryan had seemingly cleared his path to the championship, but a dazed Ziggler refused to relent, meeting Bryan atop a ladder for an aerial slugfest. What began as a fistfight became a literal meeting of the minds when both Superstars began trading headbutts as the illustrious championship dangled just inches above them. In the end, it was Bryan who proved most resilient, sending Ziggler falling from the ladder with a final skull smash.

Reaching up, Bryan grabbed the prestigious prize, inciting a massive “Yes!” chant in Levi’s® Stadium that signified Bryan’s return to the WrestleMania spotlight, where he — and the Intercontinental Championship itself — truly belong.

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Video: Busted Open Radio Axxess Interview
Published by: · Date: 2015/03/29 · Filed Under: Videos

More of Dean from Wrestlemanias Media Day on Friday, discussing the madness of Mania and more!

Video: Dean gives Hideo Itami a pep talk!
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Posted exclusively on Facebook (hence the terrible quality) – Dean gives Hideo Itami a little pep talk about a Wrestlemania crowd before his Battle Royal Match!

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We’re excited to unveil the brand new layout for the coming months, painstakingly slaved over by myself and Ana of DesignTopia (Her patience with my endless changing and nitpicking was endless!) it’s an extension of the glass theme in our current Gallery – the cracked idea really fits and went down well, so we figured hey, lets make a whole theme of it. We hope you enjoy and please bear with us as any little new layout bugs are found and fixed. I’m also overhauling some of the content in the coming weeks so keep your eyes out for that.

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bar4-728x188 WrestleMania 31 Predictions
Published by: · Date: 2015/03/29 · Filed Under: Articles,

Read what Shawn Michaels, Howard Finkel, Joey Styles and others predict for tomorrow’s WWE Intercontinental Championship Ladder Match outcome.

@ShawnMichaels: I’m going with Daniel Bryan, and not just because he was trained by me. I think the Intercontinental Championship isn’t looked at the same as it once was and if anyone can make it special, it’s Daniel Bryan. WINNER: Daniel Bryan

@HowardFinkel: Seems to me that all seven participants in this match have “held” the Intercontinental Championship in some form or fashion in recent weeks. I am going out on a limb in selecting R-Truth to emerge from the scrum as the neeewwww Intercontinental Champion — my upset special of WrestleMania. I’ve seen a newfound gleam in Truth’s eyes since he was announced for this match. He now has a purpose on the grand stage that is WrestleMania, and I truly believe that this ring veteran will find a way to outlast the competition, climb the ladder and emerge victorious. WINNER: R-Truth

@JoeyStyles: Any prediction of a winner in this seven-Superstar demolition derby is just a guess. Therefore, I’m going to make my official prediction what I would like to see happen. I’d love nothing better than for Daniel Bryan, who many fans were hoping would challenge Brock Lesnar, to win his first Intercontinental Championship. Subsequently, the 30-year WWE fan in me wants to see Bryan defend that title on every Raw, every SmackDown, every pay-per-view and every Live Event. I long to see him defend against every workhorse in WWE, fan favorite or villain, including the other six competitors in Sunday’s Ladder Match and NXT’s Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, Adrian Neville, Finn Bálor, Hideo Itami and more! WINNER: Daniel Bryan

@Apter1wrestling: I’ve got some bad news for six competitors here. Climbing the ladder of success and retaining the Intercontinental Championship will be Bad News Barrett. Ziggler, Ambrose and Bryan will get close, but it’s a bright outlook for Barrett as he keeps the title. WINNER: Bad News Barrett

@MichaelPSHayes1: I like Dean Ambrose’s chances. I think he throws more caution to the wind than any of his opponents, and in these kinds of matches, that’s the mindset you have to have. His resiliency speaks for itself. I imagine the favorites would be Daniel Bryan or Dolph Ziggler, but I say Ambrose. WINNER: Dean Ambrose

Daniel Bryan: 2 Bad News Barrett: 1, Dean Ambrose: 1, R-Truth: 1, Dolph Ziggler: 0, Stardust: 0, Luke Harper: 0

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