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Noted Ring Names: Dean Ambrose, Jon Moxley
From: Cincinnati, Ohio
Date of Birth: December 7, 1985
Wrestling Debut: 2005
WWE Debut: Survivor Series 2012
WWE Titles Held: WWE World Heavyweight Championship, United States Championship, Intercontinental Championship (x2), WWE RAW Tag Team Championship (w/Seth Rollins)
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 tore an unstoppable path through the WWE for over a year before going their separate ways and into singles competition. Dean first went after Shield traitor Seth Rollins for revenge, and then on to win Intercontinental and WWE World Heavyweight Gold. Described as “Fearless, wild and always unpredictable” as well as a “world class competitor and infamous troublemaker” – Dean Ambrose is the star to watch!
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August 29th: LONDON, ENGLAND
August 31st: OSAKA, JAPAN
Sept 3rd: RAW – COLUMBUS, OH
Sept 8th: MOBILE, AL
Sept 9th: BILOXI, MS
Sept 10th: RAW – NEW ORLEANS, LA
Sept 14th: EDINBURG, TX
Sept 16th: Hell in a Cell – SAN ANTONIO, TX
Sept 17th: RAW – DALLAS, TX
Sept 22nd: BILLINGS
Sept 23rd: LOVELAND, CO
Sept 24th: RAW – DENVER, CO
Oct 1st: RAW – SEATTLE, WA


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Aug 31 17
Published by Jen, Filed in Articles, What Others Say

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For those of you that like statistics, numbers and lists, the PWI 500 was released today and Dean was ranked at #7 after a super busy year in WWE. That’s up 2 spots from his #9 position last year, meaning he’s been making a steady climb up the ranks since his debut on the list in 2006!

PWI 500 Rankings
Rank #447 in the 2006 list
Rank #371 in the 2007 list
Rank #471 in the 2009 list
Rank #103 in the 2010 list
Rank #102 in the 2011 list
Rank #253 in the 2012 list
Rank #26 in the 2013 list
Rank #18 in the 2014 list
Rank #13 in the 2015 list
Rank #9 in the 2016 list
Rank #7 in the 2017 list

Onwards and upwards! It’s nice to be recognized for hard work. You can check out more Ambrose facts and figures HERE

Jan 14 16
Published by Jen, Filed in Articles, What Others Say

We don’t normally report things like PWI Top 500 and popularity polls, however we thought we might cover this one as for the second year in a row, Deans been voted the Most Popular Wrestler by Pro Wrestling Illustrated readers, and by a landslide! Dean won with 38% of the vote, with his next closest rival being Brock Lesnar with 19%. We think that’s a nice award to take home in an era of ‘whos the best’ countdowns. Congrats Dean, you’re officially the coolest kid in town!

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Nov 29 13
Published by Jen, Filed in What Others Say

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.”

Aug 21 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Videos, What Others Say

One of WWE’s most legendary Superstars Stone Cold Steve Austin was present at Summerslam Axxess and had a little something to say about Dean Ambrose and The Shield!

May 29 13
Published by Jen, Filed in What Others Say

– Mick Foley recently joined Busted Open with Dave Lagreca and Doug Mortman. You can hear Busted Open on Sirius 92, XM 208 and on the app onSportsZone. Here is what he had to say on Ambrose, quoted by the fabulous folks over at LordsofPain:

Did he know Dean Ambrose would be a major star:
“I knew they were really high on him. Dean was probably happier with the break with the Shield and I was the second happiest to see him get that break. I cannot physically wrestle anymore. That break that I thought I was going to be a part of, was just not going to happen. Dean would be at every TV taping, so I would see him and say, ‘hey how are things going? Anything on the horizon?’ and he would be like, ‘no man, not yet.

“I felt personally responsible. So when he said ‘yeah they had something’, I asked, ‘is it pretty good?’ He said, ‘Yeah it’s pretty good’. Ironically his career would have really suffered had he done the run with me. It would have been a nice boost, but then he would have been on his own from that point. Getting over long term is really, really difficult. These guys not only did they come up slowly, by the time they had their first match at TLC they blew everybody away at the Barclay’s Center. All three guys have the potential to be major stars. I couldn’t be happier for Ambrose. He is kind of a weird dude, but it works to his advantage. I’ve described his style as disturbingly poetic. The way that he moves, he is so fluid. William Regal was the guy that was so high on him. He said ‘he is everyone’s perfect opponent for the next ten years.'”

Perhaps this isn’t in the proper context, but uh… Thanks, Mick!

May 17 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Articles, What Others Say

In a recent interview with Fighting Spirit Magazine the very well respected William Regal (we love him here) cited Dean Ambrose as the future of the WWE. The pair fought viciously through FCW and it’s been no secret Regal is one of Dean’s biggest supporters. Here’s what he had to say:

Is there anyone who really stands out, though?
All the ones I’ve mentioned (Cesaro, Barrett, Bryan) are going to be big, big stars, but my personal pick – and I hope I don’t jinx him with this – is Dean Ambrose. People have no idea how good he is yet; they have absolutely no clue how much he can do. He can be everybody’s perfect opponent, and I mean everybody, for the next 10 years. It doesn’t matter what role he’s playing, or whether the fans like him or not – he can be that guy. He’s just so good.

I spotted him as soon as he came to work here. He got put on the developmental TV just through one promo – they hadn’t even seen him wrestle. He was on it within a week, and then everyone was like, “Wow, he’s really good in the ring as well.” The people have only seen him punch and kick so far, but wait till you see what he can really do. It’s the same as Daniel Bryan – he’s invaluable to this company.

There are a lot of flashes in the pan in this company, but there are only a few mainstays who can make a career out of it.

We knew we loved you, William!

Mar 27 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Articles, What Others Say

On the lead in to Wrestlemania once again The Shield proves a force to be reckoned with as they’re recognized again for their impact on the wrestling world, coming in at #1 on ESPN’s wrestling Power Rankings. Above the stories of The Undertaker, Cena and The Rock. That’s saying something!


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Mar 13 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Magazine Scans, What Others Say

With a huge thanks to Jennifer we have two sets of scans from French Wrestling magazine ‘Planète Catch’, featuring Dean in a couple of articles. From issue #53 she provided us the following translation from part of an interview with Lucas Di Léo (who was a WWE developmental talent, wrestling under the name of Louis Fontaine in NXT) regarding Dean’s impact with The Shield:

“Planète Catch : Are you surprised by the impact The Shield has made?
Lucas Di Léo: Not at all. Dean Ambrose, WWE had to give him something. He was on the road for about six months and never appeared on television, and for him, it was pretty frustrating. Until now, they were like “we know that you are very talented, very strong on the mic, but we don’t know what to do with you”. Seth Rollins was there for a while too, as well as Roman Reigns. And when you see them today, you realize that they perfectly fit in the RAW roster”.

And from Issue #52 I’ve translated the Bio write up they did for Dean (though my French is rusty as Hell! don’t laugh at me). You can check out the scans in the Gallery!

Dean Ambrose,
The Extremist

Do not be fooled by his age: For his 27 years, Dean Ambrose is a seasoned fighter, trained in the most brutal battles. For proof, just take a quick glance at his career: the young athlete began on the independent circuit in 2004, when he was just 18 years old! Heartland Wrestling Association in Ohio was his home until he accepted the invitation of Stamford. This warrior soul has honed his craft in an impressive number of indy federations including CHIKARA, Dragon Gate USA (emphasizing the Japanese style) and the terrifying Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW) known for extreme hardcore wrestling! To give you an idea of ​​the violence of his duels, do some research on your favorite video sharing website, you will not be disappointed! within it, Dean won two Heavyweight Champion belts before joining WWE in 2011. Raw Superstars beware, this boy is dangerous!

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Jan 25 13
Published by Jen, Filed in What Others Say

Lawler conducted an extensive interview with the New York Times and was asked about the future stars of the company, among them, The Shield. Here’s what Lawler had to say about our favorite Troublemaking Trio.

And what about The Shield, a group everyone is talking about?

Lawler: I think that what they’ve done with those guys and the way they have been presented has been very good in making a fast impact. I think now their characters need to be a little more developed, in other words, let’s see a little more about these guys as individuals. You can of course still keep them as a unit but you can also hear more from them.

I’m a firm believer that if a guy doesn’t get the opportunity to talk every week that there’s only a certain point he is going to get to. A guy has to be given the opportunity to talk one way or the other and that’s going to make or break a guy. I feel like those guys will be able to do that, but I think we need to hear more from them to get to the next level.

I do see those parallels and I think you’ll agree that the Nexus shot up fast and got to that certain level and then it just kind of petered out. I would hate to see that happen to these three guys and that’s why I say it needs to go to that next level and I feel like in order to do that they’ll need to have a little bit of a different kind of exposure other than just those hit-and-run type things.

I think that gets to a point where it angers the fans first at the members of The Shield but the longer it goes on without these guys developing some more character it angers the fans at the WWE and they ask ‘Hey, why do you keep letting this go on like this? Something more needs to be done.’

They’re all interesting characters. Ambrose reminds me of the Joker from Batman. The Heath Ledger one. It’s almost like I can just see that he’s got that kind of personality that people associated with that villain and he could go places with it. That’s why I think they need to change them up a little bit.

You can read the full interview: Here!

Jan 25 13
Published by Jen, Filed in What Others Say

On a promotion tour for the WWE to hype up the Royal Rumble, Sheamus was questioned by Chad Dukes of CBS Radio 106.7. Many topics came across, and considering the Shield’s massive impact on the WWE, and Sheamus’ own issues with the trio, the group was mentioned, and Sheamus weighed in with the following:

The Shield’s impact on WWE: “I think it’s been a huge impact. Obviously I’ve had my issues with them, Randy, Team Hell No and Ryback. I think they’re three future individual stars right there. I think Ambrose himself is quirky and he’s got that kinda crazy persona going on, I think he’s definitely gonna be kinda like a Rowdy Roddy Piper type character. I think he’s gonna be a big player in the future.”

Source: LordsofPain.