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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 November 18th, 2013 Match: Punk, Bryan, Usos, Goldust & Rhodes def. The Shield & The Wyatt Family Summary: The Shield and The Wyatts come face to face the battle of the egos commences. Ambrose glibly informs them he's going to start things out and turns his back on them. Eventually they get started though and Ambrose kicks off the proceedings against one of The Usos. Luke Harper tags himself in with a slap to Rollins' back, Seth takes exception to this on the outside and soon The Shield and The Wyatts are face to face again and threatening to explode. The tags between the Wyatts and The Shield become more intense than the battle with their opponents, with Ambrose receiving a tag so hard he has to shake off his hand. At another point, he slaps Harpers back and has to run for it after making the tag. Eventually though, things come down to Ambrose and Punk and the pair exchange finishing moves, Punk kicking out of Ambrose's headlock driver, Reigns breaks up a pin and mayhem ensues with everybody getting a chance to hit their finishers and the Usos taking to the air to take out The Wyatts. Eventually, Punk hits Ambrose with the GTS in the middle of a cleared out ring and takes home the victory. The Shield quickly vacating as the others dissolve in to a brawl. Full Review: Click Here! Digitals:Click Here! Screencaptures:Click Here!
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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.
CM Punk will get his chance to bust through The Shield at WWE TLC, though it won’t be on a level playing field. The Straight Edge Superstar has the deck stacked against him, as he’ll be taking on United States Champion Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns all at once in a 3-on-1 Handicap Match.
Though The Shield made an impact upon their WWE debut one year ago by consistently helping Punk extend his historic WWE Championship reign, the relationship between The Hounds of Justice and The Second City Saint has been anything but friendly in recent weeks.
CM Punk had been focused on helping Daniel Bryan vanquish The Wyatt Family, but that all changed on the Nov. 25 edition of Raw. After a brutal clash with The Wyatts, the eerie trio walked off with a dazed Bryan in tow. Punk, visibly exhausted, tried to chase after the bizarre clan, but was stopped dead in his tracks when Roman Reigns appeared seemingly out of nowhere, viciously spearing Punk to the arena floor. The Hounds of Justice pounced on their weakened prey, throwing him back in the ring for their devastating Triple Powerbomb.
The Second City Saint thought The Authority might have been behind the sneak attack. But while Kane said The Authority’s investigation found no collusion, Kane came up with a way for Punk to release his frustrations, announcing the 3-on-1 bout. Though Punk likes having the odds against him, having to face all three Shield members at once may be too high a mountain to climb for the former WWE Champion. He’ll be facing the United States Champion, the crafty Seth Rollins and a man who single-handedly defeated four Superstars at Survivor Series in Roman Reigns.
Despite the incredible disadvantage he’ll be facing, will CM Punk be able to survive, or will The Shield serve their twisted brand of justice at the final pay-per-view event of 2013? Find out at WWE Tables, Ladders & Chairs, live on Sunday, Dec. 15 at 8 ET/5 PT
WWE.com have taken a look at the rookie years of all the newcomers in 2013 and have put it to the vote, The Shield coming out on top in their estimations as having the best debut year of any! You have your chance to cast vote on who you think deserves the Rookie of the Year title, but we’re inclined to AGREE with WWE on this one!
I’m afraid it’s another WWE.com write up this Friday as I’m still under the weather, read on to find out what Ambrose and co got up to this week on the Blue Brand!
Whether it was because they scored a huge win over the Rhodes brothers & Rey Mysterio in Six-Man Tag Team action on Raw, or because Roman Reigns was the sole survivor in their Traditional Elimination Tag Team Match at the pay-per-view 24 hours earlier, Reigns & Seth Rollins earned an opportunity to reclaim championship gold on the festive episode of the blue brand. As they made their attempt, United States Champion Dean Ambrose invited himself onto SmackDown commentary for a ringside seat.
With bodies flying everywhere at the height of the action, Cody hit a thunderous Cross Rhodes on Seth Rollins and looked ready to close the door on The Hounds of Justice. But before the referee could count to three, Ambrose opted to attack, provoking a chair-wielding CM Punk into the ring with furious retribution in his eyes. These actions caused the SmackDown General Manager to restart the action as a Six-Man Tag Team Match!
The impromptu Six-Man Match was a thrill ride from start to finish, proving ever more action-packed than the title contest that preceded it.
However, just when it looked like CM Punk was about to close matters with the GTS, the horrifically familiar tone of The Wyatt Family interrupted and, following the subsequent darkness, the creepy faction appeared and perched themselves at the base of the ramp to get a closer look. This addition would allow The Shield to regain the advantage. When the tide turned again, however, the Wyatts attacked the fan favorites outside the ring. The Usos stormed down to even the odds and things dissented into a full-blown, Thanksgiving episode brawl. Seconds later, Rey Mysterio charged into the breach as well.
As a result of the continued disorder, Vickie Guerrero again changed the nature of the matchup, expanding things into a 12-Man Tag Team Match!
The special Thanksgiving edition of SmackDown reached epic levels when the newly established 12-Man Tag Team showdown took center stage! And as order completely broke down in the final moments of that incredible contest, a flurry of spears, double kicks and catapulting Superstars took over. This ended with a 619 by Rey Mysterio mixed with a GTS by The Second City Saint – closing out Erik Rowan and ending the colossal SmackDown main event in heroic style.
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WWE.com have done a feature on WWE Superstars getting their first ever action figure and Ambrose is one of them! Unfortunately, he’s not as thrilled as his peers about this monumental event. Read on to find out why!
When The Shield debuted at Survivor Series 2012, WWE.com editors were confident that the trio would go on to do amazing (and horrifying) things in the squared circle. We also knew that they’d make for some cool action figures, and Mattel was more than happy to oblige one year later.With Dean Ambrose available as part of Mattel’s Basic Series 33 and his cohorts Seth Rollins & Roman Reigns debuting in Mattel’s 24th series of Battle Packs, collectors can now unleash The Hounds of Justice on their WWE collections.
Just how uncanny are the figures’ likenesses? Well, they somehow managed to unnerve The Shield’s wildcard, Ambrose.“I stared at [my figure] for a couple of minutes, and then I put it down and said ‘I’m just going to pretend that this is a thing that doesn’t exist,’ because it weirds me out,” the United States Champion told WWE.com. “It’s strange to see stuff like that.”
Deans love/hate relationship with the trappings of fame continues!
Legendary wrestling trainer Les Thatcher joined Inside The Ropes this past week to talk about his illustrious career. One of the subjects that came up was perhaps one of his most infamous protegees, Jon Moxley! Here’s what he had to say on training him and where he is now.
Memories of working with Dean Ambrose during his training: “Jon [Moxley] is a good hand. I’m happy to see him get the break. I’ve been watching him from the beginning. He was in a tag team and the gimmick was he and his partner would come out in football gear, they were like two college football players, and that’s when I first saw him. I saw the potential in Jon, started working with him, more to refine him. I got him his first dark match (with WWE). I’m glad to see him doing well, he’s a natural talent and the other thing was, when I sold the HWA that’s when Jon was there and I got him his tryout. I’d go over to help out some of their guys and some of them would come once or twice but Jon was always there and always eager to learn.”