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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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Jul 10 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Articles

With Money in the bank taking place in Philadelphia, just a few miles away from CZW’s former home base, Ambrose took time out from his busy schedule to speak with and share his thoughts on the city he once called home.

Original Article: Here

Professional wrestler Dean Ambrose is a relative newcomer on to the big stage and bright lights of WWE.

But during his short stint in the big time, he, along with his running mates Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns have made quite the impact. Collectively, they are known as The Shield and they spread justice around the WWE one beatdown at a time. During their time taking care of anything they find to be an injustice, they have collected a few accolades. Rollins and Reigns are currently the WWE Tag Team champions while Ambrose is the United States champion.

Ambrose (born Jonathan Good) will carry the U.S. title into Money in the Bank this Sunday at the Wells Fargo Center. He will take part in one of the two Money in the Bank ladder matches. At the top of the ladder is a briefcase. In that briefcase is a contract for a World Championship opportunity at any time over the next year. All but one of the Money in the Bank winners (John Cena) have won a world title after cashing in the opportunity. Standing in Ambrose’s way of retrieving the brief case will be six other men in what will make for a number of different variables as to what could happen during the match.

“I feel like I’m stepping into a very unpredictable situation with six other extremely capable, extremely talented, extremely smart and dangerous individuals,” Ambrose said during a phone interview with “A lot can happen both bad and good. Unfortunately for them, none of them are as smart or as dangerous as me and I’m going to make sure that I’m going to be the one walking out with the Money in the Bank briefcase.”

Almost everyone knows by this point that professional wrestling has pre-determined outcomes. But the inherent possibility of real injuries is always present. They’re present when there are only two men in the ring.

Imagine the possibilities of six other men and four or five ladders. The danger only heightens. For Ambrose, this will be his first Money in the Bank match and only his second ladder match with the company. But walking into a dangerous match in the city of Philadelphia is nothing new for the Cincinnati, Ohio native.
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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!

May 14 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Articles

Tom Clark of has up a very flattering article on Ambrose in which he predicts Dean will become one of the greatest Heels in WWE history.. well, like we didn’t already know that! Will Dean be the man to unseat CM Punk as WWE’s greatest villain? He seems to think so. Read on!

Original Article: Here!

by Tom Clark
May 13, 2013

Dean Ambrose will become the top heel in WWE.

There’s nothing like a big, bold statement to open a column, right? You’re right, of course and believe me; I don’t make these grand declarations very often. Try never.

But facts are facts. And judging from the facts we have in front of us, I feel more than comfortable with my opening line.

From the moment The Shield debuted in WWE, they have been the company’s most dominant force. Week in and week out they level one Superstar after another. Overwhelming their victim with their numbers, the trio of Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns has been unstoppable.

John Cena, Randy Orton, Ryback, Sheamus, even The Rock and The Undertaker, have all felt the wrath of WWE’s gang of thugs. But make no mistake about it, The Shield are not your typical heel stable with dreams of avarice and blinding ambition.

The driving ideology behind The Shield is their warped definition of justice. To them, no one is above judgment and everyone is a potential offender. To be in their crosshairs is the quintessential example of being in the wrong place at the wrong time.
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May 14 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Articles


This Sunday at Extreme Rules, “The Wildcat” will look to repel the challenge of one of the calculating “Hounds of Justice,” as fearless, high-flying United States Champion Kofi Kingston defends his illustrious title against The Shield’s most erratic and, fittingly, “extreme” member, Dean Ambrose.

After going head-to-head with The Brothers of Destruction in back-to-back weeks on SmackDown — and using The Shield’s numbers advantage to decimate both the legendary Undertaker and Kane with a pair of vicious post-match assaults — the volatile Ambrose’s first opportunity at priceless WWE title gold comes against a three-time U.S. Champion who is dangerous and unpredictable in his own right.

Although he is often recognized for his gravity-defying acrobatics and limitless athleticism, Kingston has established himself as a versatile, all-around in-ring competitor. Boasting one of the most energetic and creative offensive repertoires in WWE, he proved his April 15 U.S. Title triumph over the Superstar who held the red, white and blue championship for 239-days, Antonio Cesaro, was no fluke, impressively besting The Swiss Superman in a rematch on the May 1 episode of WWE Main Event.

Kingston has been less successful in the ring against Ambrose, however, losing alongside The Usos to The Shield in a Six-Man Tag Team Match on the May 6 edition of Raw. After Ambrose secured the pinfall against Kingston in the competitive and highly entertaining match, he covetously eyed the downed champion’s title, suggesting there might be further conflicts between the two Superstars.

Four days later on the May 10 episode of SmackDown, with WWE Tag Team Champion Daniel Bryan and Ambrose locked in a thrilling, back-and-forth contest, the other two Shield members, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns, tried to interfere in the match. But they didn’t count on the U.S. Champion storming the ring and joining Bryan and his fellow WWE Tag Team Champion Kane to even the odds. Helping chase The Shield from ringside, “The Wildcat” made it clear that the bad blood between him and Ambrose was merely growing.

Now, Kofi Kingston and Dean Ambrose are on a direct collision course and will battle one-on-one with the United States Championship on the line. What will happen when two of WWE’s most spontaneous and exciting Superstars square off? Could the numbers game and pack of dogs mentality of the treacherous Shield bring Ambrose the title? Find out at WWE’s most extreme pay-per-view of the year, Extreme Rules, on Sunday, May 19, at 8 ET/5 PT!

Apr 19 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Articles, Images

We have a bunch of new Magazine scans in the Gallery including this months Fighting Spirit Magazine (featuring photography by our affiliate site congrats Lindsey!) and May’s WWE Magazine. We also have scans from the June issue of WWE Magazine featuring The Shield as ‘Jerks of the month’ complete with article courtesy of Gaz. Subscribers get this issue early but it should be on news stands for general public this coming Tuesday. The issue also comes with a Shield poster of which we will have a full HQ scan as soon as it lands on my doorstep!

Related Links:
1. WWE Magazine June 2013 Issue Scans
2. WWE Magazine May 2013 Issue Scans
3. Fighting Spirit Magazine Issue #92

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 26 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Articles

The Bleacher Report have up an excellent article on The Shield and what many of us hope for them at Wrestlemania. Will they be another show stealer? Money’s definitely on it!

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1. Original Article

Against Big Show, Randy Orton and Sheamus, The Shield will add its name to the list of WrestleMania’s greatest performers.

Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose have produced instant classics every time out. The increasing anger and frustration they have stirred up with the fans, the star power of their opponents and the grandeur of WrestleMania will help create their best work to date.

Bringing in those three men from NXT as The Shield to thwart Ryback’s WWE title at Survivor Series 2012 has proven to be one of WWE’s best decisions in recent years.

The move has let three little-known guys get the benefit of rumbling momentum right away. WWE gave them distinct ring gear, an interesting visual style to their promos and a compelling narrative.

Now, it’s time for The Shield to show what it can do in the hot spotlight that is WrestleMania. It’s time for The Shield’s WrestleMania moment.
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Feb 20 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Articles, Audio Interviews

Ambrose fueded through the indies with Jimmy Jacobs in promotions such as Dragon Gate USA and Insanity Pro Wrestling. As his one time arch nemesis, Jimmy spoke recently with and weighed in on the hottest topic in wrestling right now!

A veteran of Ring of Honor and the independent scene, Jimmy Jacobs has worked with members of WWE’s The Shield as partner and competitor. What does he have to say about them?

Yesterday at National Pro Wrestling Day (NPWD), I had the pleasure to watch four veterans of independent wrestling work the Ring of Honor (ROH) match when the SCUM team of Steve Corino and Jimmy Jacobs faced the ROH tag team champions, The Briscoes.

Seeing Jacobs in action, it struck me that he has history with two-thirds of one of we smark’s favorite things in WWE right now, The Shield. He was stable mates with Seth Rollins (back when he was known as Tyler Black) in the Age of the Fall faction in ROH. And he had a highly entertaining feud with Dean Ambrose (then known as Jon Moxley) in the early days of Dragon Gate USA.

A little googling around the internet wrestling community (IWC) proves I was far from the first to make the connection. In fact, PWTorch columnists Pat MacNeil and Sean Radican just spoke to him about it last week on their Livecast podcast.
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Feb 20 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Articles


Who’s next? Next Jordan? Next Gretzky? Name a sport, and for every prospect that shows flashes of promise, fans and media alike compare them to the greatest to have ever played, hoping they’ll be the next ones to take their sport to new heights.

Wrestling fans debate similar topics, wondering when the next wave of special superstars will come to push (and powerbomb) WWE forward, ushering in an era of heated rivalries between talented athletes in the ring and on the mike.

CM Punk and John Cena will face off next week to determine who gets The Rock at Wrestlemania.
Years from now, I say Elimination Chamber 2013 won’t be remembered for the surprise win of Jack Swagger or the scary dominance of Mark Henry, but as the show in which The Shield showed the wrestling world that they are not only who’s next, they’re the hottest three performers in the industry right now.

Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns proved that they can do more than hang with three of WWE’s most popular stars (John Cena, Sheamus and Ryback) — they completely stole the show at Sunday night’s pay-per-view, outperforming main eventers The Rock and CM Punk, while showcasing a variety of double- and triple-team moves unseen in recent memory.

Top it off with a shocking ending that saw Reigns obliterate Sheamus through the barricade, then spear Ryback in the middle of a Shell Shock for the win, and you had a night that will be looked back on as the match when The Shield proved they were here to dominate the top of the card for years to come.


Original Article: Here!

Jan 30 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Articles

After the reveal on Monday Night RAW that the Shield has in fact worked for Paul Heyman posed a few questions that are no doubt on everyone’s mind. Who leaked the footage and does this mean all of the attacks were done for Paul and then Champion CM Punk.

Mr. McMahon promised evidence linking Paul Heyman to The Shield last night on Raw Roulette, and true to form, The Chairman delivered.

Moments before he was attacked by Brock Lesnar, McMahon produced the proverbial smoking gun in the form of candid-style footage that confirmed collusion between the mad scientist and not only The Shield, but also former referee Brad Maddox. In the footage — apparently filmed by Maddox’s trusted cameraman, Carson —Heyman revealed, in no uncertain terms, that he “plucked [Maddox] from obscurity” and installed him as the referee for Punk’s Hell in a Cell WWE Title Match against Ryback (which Maddox would later infamously derail by costing Ryback the match). Heyman later reveals that he’s got The Shield in his pocket as well.
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