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! Full Biography:Click Here! Full Statistics:Click Here!
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Dean stopped by for a quick talk with Renee Young, obviously still smarting a little from his loss at Survivor Series, but more than willing to move on and set his sights on new goals. The new goal? The Intercontinental Championship, and you’d be a fool to bet against him. He heads in to a Triple Threat match against Dolph Ziggler and Tyler Breeze to determine the new #1 Contender, with Owens at ringside on commentary. Dean picks up the victory in a hard fought battle, heres the WWE.com summary!
In a nonstop, furious free-for-all main event to determine Kevin Owens’ No. 1 contender, all three Superstars pulled out all the stops on SmackDown.
Though Tyler Breeze looked as if he may emerge victorious – hitting the Beauty Shot on Dolph Ziggler – Dean Ambrose broke up his attempt to hit the Unprettier and leveled Prince Pretty with Dirty Deeds for the huge win. As a result, The Lunatic Fringe is the new No. 1 contender to Intercontinental Champion Kevin Owens. After the contest, the unstable Ambrose got face-to-face with the titleholder, shoving him backward. Instead of retaliating, Owens walked away to fight another day.
WWE united two rivalries for one match on this weeks RAW, teaming up Dean Ambrose with Dolph Ziggler to take on Deans current arch rival, Kevin Owens and his tag partner Tyler Breeze, who’s been locked in a feud with Ziggler since his debut. Kevin Owens spent the match avoiding Ambrose, tagging out as soon as he tagged in and refusing to get anywhere near him. Instead, Ambrose took his frustrations out on Breeze who didn’t seem to know how to handle the lunatic. A risky suicide dive to the outside sees Dean take Breeze down, a quick neck adjustment later and Dean has Breeze back in the ring and once again, Owens avoids getting involved. Dean hits Breeze with Dirty Deeds while Owens and Ziggler brawl on the outside, Kevin doing nothing to stop the pin, keeping his distance.
Victory for team Ambrose and Ziggler. While Owens gathers up his Intercontinental Championship and takes a wide birth around Dean, who as always, has his eye on the golden strap.
The good folk at Nashvilles bearhugitout.com interviewed Dean this morning to discuss why he didn’t turn heel, picking out the proper wrestling jeans, as well as his favorite road partner. He also issued a Nashville parking lot challenge to new champ, Sheamus.
WWE.com followed Dean and the three other semifinalists in the WWE World Heavyweight Championship Tournament backstage at Survivor Series, check out the video to see Dean arriving and warming up before both of his matches.
It sadly wasn’t to be Deans night as he defeated Kevin Owens in his quarterfinals match, but lost out to Roman Reigns in the final. Although it wasn’t to be Romans night either, as Sheamus cashed in his Money in the Bank and took the title straight out of his hands. An emotional turn of events for the Shield Brothers. Review from WWE.com
Dean Ambrose promised to turn WWE into his own personal asylum upon capturing the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at Survivor Series. The Lunatic Fringe got one step closer to his deranged goal at Survivor Series after he defeated Kevin Owens to cement his place in the tournament finals.
Owens, however, was not a pushover for The Lunatic Fringe. The reigning Intercontinental Champion was supremely confident, taunting Roman Reigns before the match, reminding The Big Dog of his shortcomings this year before promising to ruin Reigns’ night in the final. Ambrose looked to have the upper hand in the early moments of the match, until Owens turned the tide with a big elbow to the jaw. The Lunatic Fringe tried to bring the bout back to a frantic pace, diving over the ropes to the arena floor. However, Owens squashed Ambrose in the corner with a cannonball to keep the match’s pace slow and methodical.
The bout turned into a back and forth affair, with both Superstars trading blows and throwing everything they had at each other. The match began to turn in Ambrose’s favor when he evaded a top-rope moonsault from the 270-pounder. Owens once again cut The Lunatic Fringe off, capping off a battle on the top rope by driving Ambrose recklessly into the canvas with a twisting suplex. Owens pounced on The Lunatic Fringe, seeing victory in the horizon. The Intercontinental Champion countered Ambrose’s signature rebounding clothesline with a superkick, but the unstable Superstar was able to counter the Pop-up Powerbomb into a hurricanrana. Owens charged at The Lunatic Fringe, but Ambrose was able to twist the prizefighter around and connect with Dirty Deeds to cement his place in the finals.
Before the battle, longtime pals Ambrose and Roman Reigns promised that it would be two best friends fighting for the richest prize in WWE at the end of Survivor Series. Which one of the former Shield members will walk out of Atlanta as the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion?
Mr. Money in the Bank spoiled Roman Reigns’ night once again.
Minutes after The Big Dog defeated his best friend, Dean Ambrose, to prevail in the WWE World Heavyweight Championship Tournament, Sheamus cashed in his Money in the Bank contract and pinned Reigns to snatch the title from him. It is the second time a cash-in has cost Reigns his opportunity at taking his place as WWE’s standard bearer. At WrestleMania 31, it was Seth Rollins who interjected himself into Reigns’ WWE World Heavyweight Title Match against Brock Lesnar and ruined his golden opportunity. Sheamus seizing the title has to sting all the more, though, as Reigns actually had the championship in his possession this time. The advantage of being the keeper of the coveted briefcase and its contract was never so apparent. Reigns fought his way through beasts like Big Show and Cesaro and even battled a man he considers a brother to get to the WWE World Heavyweight Title. The Celtic Warrior walked right in and took it.
It was a heartbreaking end to what should have been a defining night for Reigns. After defeating Alberto Del Rio in impressive fashion in the first match of the night, The Big Dog put his friendship with Ambrose aside and fought with everything he had to fulfill his dream of becoming WWE’s star player. The former Shield allies, who debuted together at Survivor Series three years ago, traded serious fisticuffs right from the start. Reigns hit the first power move of the match when he snatched Ambrose up and launched him across the ring in a raw display of power. When The Lunatic Fringe came right back with a frenzy of punches and kicks, the makeup of the match was clear. Reigns would rely on his strength advantage, and Ambrose would make up for he lacked in power with an overabundance of crazy.
Quickly, the brawl spilled to the arena floor where Reigns hurled his friend into the barricade with scary velocity. Whenever he was at the mercy of The Big Dog, Ambrose would take a major risk to put himself back in the race. This time, he dove out of the ring onto Reigns and then blasted him with a missile dropkick off the top rope.
The Lunatic Fringe wasn’t all manic showmanship, though. He employed a little strategy as well, targeting Roman’s vulnerable right arm that Del Rio nearly ripped out of the socket earlier in the night. Ambrose’s reckless abandon only took him so far. When he attempted another big dive from the top rope onto Roman, he got knocked out of his boots by a Superman Punch that nobody — including possibly Reigns himself — saw coming. It looked like Reigns had his opponent right where he wanted him as he readied to hit the Spear, but Ambrose — either by luck or by instinct — nearly reversed it into Dirty Deeds. Roman avoided that, but got blasted by a monster of a clothesline. Somehow, Reigns rebounded from that blow, and connected with a Spear that had to have shattered a few of Ambrose’s ribs. The gutsy Superstar wasn’t going out like that. Against all odds, he escape Roman’s pin attempt before the count of three. The pace slowed as each man willed their bodies to continue. Reigns went for another Spear, which was stopped by a kick from Ambrose. When he tried it again, he was sent careening into the ring post and then destroyed by Dirty Deeds. A three-count seemed elementary, but the big man still had some fight left in him.
Fatigue set in for both competitors. Each lay motionless on the canvas, struggling to answer the referee’s 10-count before trading punches while still seated on the canvas. They struggled to their feet between blows, and then kept on exchanging fists like they were rumbling in the parking lot of a sketchy bar. Reigns managed to back Ambrose up into the corner and began smashing his chest with shots that echoed throughout the Philips Arena. Ambrose willed himself back into the fight with hard knuckles to Roman’s head. but got so wrapped up in his offensive onslaught that he raced to the opposite corner, ricocheted off the turnbuckle and ran right back into one of the most destructive Spears Reigns has ever hit.
There was no kicking out after that. Three seconds later, and Roman Reigns had finally won the WWE World Heavyweight Title. The new champion wore a mix of expressions on his face as he gripped the title in the center of the ring — pain, pride, relief. Nearly three years to the day since he made his WWE debut, Reigns had finally reached the mountaintop, joining an elite fraternity of men like his cousin The Rock, Andre the Giant and “Stone Cold” Steve Austin. Ambrose embraced his friend in the ring, showing there was still plenty of love and respect between the two warriors. They fist bumped, and The Lunatic Fringe exited, leaving the ring to Reigns to soak up his moment.