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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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Sep 18 18
Published by Amanda, Filed in Images, RAW Results, Videos, WWE

It was back to singles action for Dean this week on RAW, taking on Drew McIntyre sadly it’s Dean’s first pinfall loss since his return from injury. Later both Dean and Seth help out Roman against the numbers of Corbin, Strowman, Ziggler & McIntyre after Roman was forced to defend his Universal title against the acting GM in the main event. So much payback to come against all that stand in the way of The Shield!

Here is what WWE.com had to say:

Raw Tag Team Champion Drew McIntyre def. Dean Ambrose

 

Dean Ambrose has made it a point to target Drew McIntyre during almost every multi-man scrap the two have been involved in since his return. On Raw, The Lunatic Fringe got his wish to throw down with McIntyre one-on-one and suffered the consequences, as the former WWE Champion was defeated by The Scottish Terminator in a match that took both Superstars to the limit one night after a marathon show-stealer for the Raw Tag Team Championship.

Between the lingering effects of the epic tag team match and their brawl atop Hell in a Cell, both Superstars were banged-up, and Ambrose took advantage with a focused attack on McIntyre’s left leg. The strategy was enough to even the playing field against the mighty Scot, and a Cloverleaf to the big man left him all but hobbled. But McIntyre broke the hold by reaching the ropes and switched his strategy, baiting Ambrose outside the ring and dodging a frantic flying axe handle off the turnbuckle. The move carried Dean full-speed into the barricade instead, and even though a woozy Ambrose barely managed to beat the 10-count back into the ring, he sprinted headfirst into a Claymore that earned McIntyre the win. Make no mistake, though: He had to earn this one.

Universal Champion Roman Reigns def. Acting General Manager Baron Corbin

As Acting General Manager, Baron Corbin has many powers. He could make himself a Universal Championship Match at a moment’s notice to pick on beat-up champion Roman Reigns. He could even, say, re-start that match as a No Disqualification if he ends up in too deep of a hole and decides to break out a chair to even the odds. What he couldn’t do, no matter how he stacked the deck, was close out.

Yes, Corbin missed out on the Universal Title despite a massive managerial advantage over The Big Dog that he didn’t hesitate to exploit, not to mention some help — Braun Strowman showed up to attack Reigns after the restart, instigating a brawl that ended up roping in Dolph Ziggler, Drew McIntyre and the rest of The Shield. But even with all conceivable odds stacked in his favor, Corbin fell to a quick-strike Spear when he attempted to make his move. Strowman, Ziggler & McIntyre opted not to make a move on The Shield, seemingly preferring to save their energy for WWE Super Show-Down. So while it’ll take more than shenanigans to topple Roman Reigns as champion, that doesn’t mean a big fight isn’t on the way all the same.

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Sep 17 18
Published by Kat, Filed in Pay Per View Results, WWE

WWE Raw Tag Team Title Match: Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre © vs. Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose

Rollins and Ambrose got in the early offense in the first part of this match, which led to Ziggler and McIntyre backtracking. McIntyre hit Rollins with a shoulder block that led to Ambrose getting the tag. Ambrose got in the face of McIntyre and Ziggler attacked him from behind. Ziggler is now legal and sent him chest first into the top rope. Rollins got the hot tag and hit a slingblade to Ziggler. Rollins missed a dive off the middle rope but connected with a head kick. Ziggler with a DDT to Rollins for 2. Ziggler and McIntyre work over Rollins with double team moves and cutting off the ring. Seth tried to fight back but Ziggler cut him off with a sleeper.

Seth with a back suplex but McIntyre knocked him down and covered him until Ambrose broke it up. Ambrose was able to get the tag but the referee didn’t see it and McIntyre and Ziggler beat down Seth in the corner. The crowd was invested into this basic tag team sociology. Ziggler put Seth on the top rope and hit the blockbuster. Ambrose was able t get the hot tag and cleaned house with strikes on McIntyre. Ambrose with a clothesline to McIntyre a few times and then a roll up for 2. Ambrose went for a DDT to Ziggler on the apron but McIntyre knocked him down. Ambrose sent McIntyre into the ring post and Ziggler into the barricade. McIntyre sent Ambrose into the corner by a suplex. Seth and Ziggler get the hot tags then Seth clotheslines him to the floor. Seth went for an outside dive but was caught. However, Ambrose would hit a dive to take out everyone. Back in the ring, Rollins hit a falcon arrow to Ziggler for 2.

Seth went for the stomp but Ziggler blocked it and went for the fameasser but Seth blocked and hit a buckle bomb for 2. McIntyre broke it up and Ambrose took him out. Ziggler rolled up Seth for 2 and Seth did the same. Ziggler with the Zig-Zag for 2 on Seth. This led to Rollins hitting a superkick to McIntyre for 2. Seth went to the top rope and hit a frog splash to McIntyre for 2. Ambrose and Seth put McIntyre on the top rope but Ziggler stopped them. Seth sent him to the floor and missed a dive. McIntyre took out Ambrose with a clothesline. McIntyre and Ziggler went for their double team finisher but Ambrose fought out and tagged in Seth. Ambrose sent McIntyre to the floor and Seth hit a superplex to Ziggler off the top rope. McIntyre took out Seth with a big boot and Ziggler covered him for the win.

Winner: Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre

WWE Universal Title Hell In A Cell Match: Roman Reigns © vs. Braun Strowman With Mick Foley As Special Guest Referee

Strowman took the title from Reigns during introductions and a brawl broke out. Strowman with a splash in the corner but Reigns landed some right hands. Strowman sent Reigns into the ring post and tackled him off the apron into the cage. Strowman sent him the cage then the ring post. Back in the ring, Reigns tried to land some strikes but Strowman no sold it until Reigns body checked him through the ropes. However, Strowman tackled him and sent him crashing into the cell. Reigns hit a drive by a few times to Strowman. Strowman chokeslammed him on the apron. Reigns hit Strowman several times with a kendo stick then a chair. Reigns tossed Strowman shoulder first into the ring post. Reigns went for a superman punch and landed it then hit it again. Strowman blocked the third one and hit a chokeslam for 2. Reigns with a big boot and a superman punch for 2. Reigns got a table from under the ring. Reigns ran around the ring and Strowman tossed steel steps into his face. Back in the ring, Strowman hit him again with the steps for 2.

Strowman smashed him in the gut with the steps then tossed them aside. Strowman with a powerslam for 2 as Strowman becomes more and more frustrated. Reigns with a few superman punches then speared him through the table set up in the corner for a near fall.

Ziggler and McIntyre ran down to the ring to try to get involved but Ambrose and Rollins stopped them by attacking the tag champs. A brawl breaks out between the four stars outside of the ring. Ziggler climbed up the cell and Rollins followed him. They brawl on top of the cell. McIntyre and Ambrose followed them up the cell. Ziggler and Rollins crawl down then fight on the side of the cage until both of them fall and crash through the announce tables. BROCK LESNAR with Paul Heyman walked down to the ring and Lesnar kicked the door off its hinges. Heyman sprayed Foley in the eyes with a liquid. Lesnar hit Reigns and Strowman in the back with a piece of the broken table. Lesnar with an F-5 to Strowman and Reigns.

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Winner: No contest.

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Sep 11 18
Published by Amanda, Filed in Images, RAW Results, Videos, WWE

It was revenge and the savy of The Shield as they strike back against their growing list of enemies, first with an all out attack on all the cowards that attacked them last week and later after acting GM Baron corbin asked ‘The Shield’ to leave which they did they launched a two-prong smart attack as Dean & Seth returned to attack the new Raw Tag Team champions as Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins not The Shield this resulted in them using their savvy against Corbin and getting a RAW tag team championship at the Hell In A Cell PPV on Sunday… Can you say new champions? Below is the WWE.Com Report:

 

The Shield confronted Braun Strowman, Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre

Last week, Braun Strowman, Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre got themselves a bunch of new friends last week when half the Raw Superstars helped them lay out The Shield. That said, it doesn’t seem from Raw’s opening moments like that alliance was anything more than a partnership of convenience.

After thanking the Superstars who had made what Ziggler called the “hard choice” of standing up to The Shield, Strowman & Co. found their backup all but evaporated after The Hounds of Justice came down through the audience, axe handles in tow, and tried to fight their way to Braun and his “dogs of war.” Rather than throw down on even footing, however, Strowman, Ziggler & McIntyre opted to head for higher ground.

Once again, however, The Shield found themselves in a standoff with the law, as local police officers cornered The Hounds of Justice backstage. Rather than have them hauled off to prison a second time, however, Acting General Manager Baron Corbin offered them an ultimatum: The Shield must vacate the premises, or Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins would forfeit the Universal and Intercontinental Championships and all three would go to jail for a “long, long time.” The Shield can call this skirmish a victory, but clearly, the bigger battle isn’t quite being dictated on their terms just yet.

Raw Tag Team Champions Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre def. The B-Team; Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins attacked after the match

With their win over The B-Team, Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre cleared the decks of competition and cemented themselves as the kings of Raw’s Tag Team division, but they might find that it’s harder to hold the throne down than it was to take it.

Even though the champs held off an effort by The B-Team that was so gritty and inspired that they had to resort to chicanery — McIntyre dispatched Curtis Axel with a Glasgow Kiss, and Ziggler raked Bo Dallas’ eyes — to set up the Claymore-Zig Zag combo, they didn’t get to enjoy the fruits of their labor: Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins jumped the titleholders from behind immediately after the match and sent them scurrying.

Acting General Manager Baron Corbin was furious that his edict had been defied and The Shield had returned, but Rollins & Ambrose pointed out that they were acting on their own, and The Shield had technically kept to their word and stayed away. They also seemed to get Corbin to kind of-sort of admit he had them arrested last week, bringing out a Deputy Sheriff (“G. Ambrose,” according to his uniform) to take The Lone Wolf into custody. However, after a quick sidebar, Rollins & Ambrose opted not to press charges and Corbin later ruled that Ziggler & McIntyre would defend their titles against Ambrose & Rollins at the WWE Hell in a Cell pay-per-view. His reason? That Raw Commissioner Stephanie McMahon wanted Sunday’s event to have as many big matches as possible.

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Sep 11 18
Published by Amanda, Filed in Videos, WWE

The Shield recover as their enemies mock them at the top of the ramp

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Sep 11 18
Published by Amanda, Filed in Images, RAW Results, Videos, WWE

This week on Dean was back in action after a backstage confrontation with Jinder Mahal another stellar win for Dean but later after Bruan Strowman turns on Dean’s Shield brother & New Universal Champion Roman Reigns in the main event both Dean & Seth try for the save but the force of Strowman, Ziggler & McIntyre is too much even for The Shield sadly! Below is the WWE.Com Report:

Dean Ambrose def. Jinder Mahal

In Jinder Mahal’s defense, he’s probably right that Dean Ambrose could benefit from a meditation technique or two. That said, The Modern Day Maharaja clearly didn’t read the room when he attempted to pass his mantra onto The Lunatic Fringe, as Ambrose challenged Mahal to a match and ultimately upended the former WWE Champion in yet another impressive showcase of his new, power-based style.

Mahal is no slouch in the aggression and strength departments either, and he didn’t hesitate to use those attributes when it became clear that Ambrose had no intention of taking it easy. Sunil Singh provided a distraction to give The Maharaja an opening, and Mahal pounced, even going as far as to cue up the Khallas. But Ambrose writhed free of Mahal’s clutches and administered a whip-fast Dirty Deeds, putting his opponent down for three.

Universal Champion Roman Reigns & Braun Strowman def. Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre via Disqualification

Last week, Braun Strowman felt the wrath of The Shield. This week, he got even. During a main event that saw The Monster Among Men team with Universal Champion Roman Reigns against Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre, Strowman accepted a crucial tag from a battered Reigns but refused to enter the ring. Instead, The Gift of Destruction gave The Showoff and The Scottish Psychopath free reign to decimate The Big Dog, ending the bout in a disqualification and opening the door for Strowman to exact his payback.

The extended three-on-one beatdown of Reigns first brought out Dean Ambrose and eventually the one-armed Seth Rollins, but the two other Hounds of Justice were no match for the makeshift trio. The Lunatic Fringe suffered the Claymore-Zig Zag combo, Rollins caught a Zig Zag of his own, and all three were subjected to Running Powerslams from The Monster Among Men. Ziggler & McIntyre couldn’t have been more right when they opined that Strowman and Reigns couldn’t get along as partners and that they were teaming only as a matter of pride. What they didn’t realize was how far that pride would motivate Braun Strowman to go.

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Aug 21 18
Published by Jen, Filed in Videos, WWE


Party with The Hounds of Justice following their Triple Powerbomb to Braun Strowman at the conclusion of Raw.

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Aug 21 18
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, RAW Results, Videos, WWE


Dean was back in action on RAW in his first singles match since last year! Returning triumphant to defeat Dolph Ziggler.. and then later in the night reuniting The Shield to come to the aid of new World Champion Roman Reigns! Everythings coming up Ambrose! Here’s what WWE.com had to say!

Dean Ambrose def. Dolph Ziggler
Seth Rollins openly admitted that Dean Ambrose all but made it possible for The Kingslayer to win the Intercontinental Title from Dolph Ziggler at SummerSlam by taking out Drew McIntyre. On Raw, Rollins returned the favor, running interference at the moment of truth to help Ambrose over the finish line against Ziggler in The Lunatic Fringe’s first match following a nine-month layoff due to injury.

It seemed, however, like McIntyre would be the one to claim retribution, as the former NXT Champion stalked a weakened Ambrose at ringside, prompting Rollins to step up. The Architect was briefly overwhelmed by a two-on-one attack from Ziggler & McIntyre, but Ambrose broke it up and sent the action back into the ring. Rollins quickly rallied to down McIntyre with a suicide dive, and Ambrose did the rest, putting his new, power-based style to good use by stopping Ziggler’s leaping DDT cold, popping him into the air and catching him in Dirty Deeds for the win.

The Shield reformed to take out Braun Strowman
oman Reigns defeated Finn Bálor one-on-one to retain the Universal Championship in a title match two years in the making, but when it came to repelling Braun Strowman and his Money in the Bank contract, the Universal Champion needed a little help from his friends.

Before Strowman showed up and all hell broke loose, however, Reigns and Bálor put on an instant classic where The Extraordinary Man summoned the full reserves of his legendary heart. Reigns, unfortunately, had reached his proverbial final form and took everything Bálor had to give him. The arrival of Strowman allowed Finn to set up the Coup de Grâce, but Reigns avoided the move and spiked the Irishman with a thunderous Spear for three.

Strowman quickly entered the ring and struck down the reeling Reigns with a vicious kick, but his Monster in the Bank cash-in was cut short by the unmistakable crackle of “Sierra, Hotel, India” and the arrival of Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins, back in the signature black colors of The Shield. Strowman didn’t hesitate to throw down with the brothers in black, but The Hounds of Justice overwhelmed him all the same after Reigns Speared Strowman on the outside, setting up a monstrous Triple Powerbomb through the announce table. Clearly, the message of Reigns’ bout with Bálor was that Raw does, indeed, have a fighting champion. The message of what happened after is that Braun Strowman isn’t the only one with an ace in the hole.

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Aug 21 18
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Pay Per View Results, Videos, WWE

Dean returned to stand in Rollin’s corner this Summerslam, and quickly made his presence felt as he got in the face of the towering Drew McIntyre! Rollins went on to the capture the Intercontinental Championship. Dean Ambrose.. a lucky charm? Here’s what WWE.com had to say!

Seth Rollins def. Dolph Ziggler to win the Intercontinental Championship
Back when Dolph Ziggler beat Seth Rollins for the Intercontinental Title on June 18, The Showoff had Drew McIntyre in his corner, and Rollins had nobody. This time, The Kingslayer brought a Lunatic, and that backup from Dean Ambrose made all the difference.

Ambrose proved he had Rollins’ back right from the bell as he stepped to McIntyre when it appeared Drew was going to inject himself into the contest. Rollins embodied that same mentality, quickly taking the fight to Dolph with an array of strikes and chops. Ziggler cunningly took advantage, swarming Rollins with gritty offense designed to keep The Architect both cornered and down.

Rollins then countered a Ziggler-attempted crossbody, which resulted in Rollins dropping The Showoff (and inadvertently himself) over the top rope onto the floor with an unbelievable suplex. Each Superstar scored with big hits from there. Ziggler spiked Rollins with a ring-rattling spike DDT onto the edge of the ring. The Kingslayer battled back and hit Dolph with an awe-inspiring reverse Superplex from the top freaking rope, which he then followed with a Falcon Arrow.

That unbelievable sequence had Rollins closing in on the victory, but The Scottish Psychopath chucked Ambrose into the steel steps on the outside, which distracted Rollins. Ziggler used the opening to connect with the Zig Zag, but The Architect miraculously kicked out, which brought McIntyre to the apron, but The Lunatic Fringe stopped The Scottish Psychopath and dropped him with Dirty Deeds.

With the fight now even, Rollins countered Ziggler’s superkick with one of his own and then put Ziggler’s lights out with a Stomp for the victory and his second Intercontinental Championship.

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Aug 16 18
Published by Amanda, Filed in WWE, WWE.com

WWE.Com have their predictions up for Summerslam and below is what they predict will happen for the Intercontinental Championship match between Dolph Ziggler with Drew McIntyre in Dolph’s corner & Seth Rollins with Dean in Seth’s corner:

BENIGNO: Dean Ambrose ate his Wheaties while he was away; the former WWE Champion’s presence will be enough to finally propel his brother over the line against Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre.
WINNER: Seth Rollins

PAPPOLLA: You can build the argument that Seth Rollins would still be Intercontinental Champion right now if it wasn’t for Drew McIntyre running interference for Dolph Ziggler on the outside. Dean Ambrose now negates that interference. The Architect will reclaim.
WINNER: Seth Rollins

BURDICK: It’s no secret. Every time it has looked as if The Architect would get the best of Dolph Ziggler, the “x-factor” that is Drew McIntyre has been there to prevent it. Enter Dean Ambrose, however, and the equation becomes much simpler. The Lunatic Fringe will negate The Sinister Scotsman, and that equals a new Intercontinental Champion.
WINNER: Seth Rollins

CHIK: Quite simply, Drew McIntyre is the only reason why Seth Rollins hasn’t reclaimed the workhorse title from Dolph Ziggler, as The Scottish Terminator got The Showoff disqualified when he was about to lose the championship to Rollins on Raw, then interfered incessantly during the WWE Iron Man Match at WWE Extreme Rules. It’s only a matter of time until Dean Ambrose is trading haymakers with McIntyre at ringside, and with the two Superstars essentially canceling each other out, The Architect will find an opening to blast Ziggler with an emphatic stomp, a move from which there is no kickout.
WINNER: Seth Rollins

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Aug 14 18
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, RAW Results, Videos, WWE


Dean Ambrose made his long awaited comeback to Monday Night RAW, stepping in at the side of Shield-mate Seth Rollins to provide some much needed backup against Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre. Dean was sidelined with injury late last year and it’s been a long, 9 month wait to see him again! He will be in Rollins’ corner this weekend as Seth challenges Ziggler for the Intercontinental Championship. New look and all!

Here’s what WWE.com had to say!

The problem hasn’t been that Seth Rollins can’t beat Dolph Ziggler so much as that he hasn’t had an answer for Drew McIntyre. But thanks to some shrewd negotiation and waiting until the opportune moment, The Kingslayer may have finally evened the odds against the Intercontinental Champion.

With Rollins supposedly waylaid by travel issues, Raw General Manager Kurt Angle was left to negotiate alone with the Intercontinental Champion and his heavy in advance of the planned Ziggler-Rollins contract signing for their SummerSlam match. It was all smooth sailing, save for one curious development: If Ziggler wanted to keep Drew McIntyre in his corner, he would have to agree to a contractual proviso that allowed The Kingslayer to have a second of his own.

With Roman Reigns laid up by Paul Heyman’s pepper spray and Tyler Breeze destroyed by Constable Baron Corbin (thus thwarting the prospective formation of “CrossFit Breeze-us” for a second week), Rollins seemed to be all alone. That cleared the runway for Ziggler to reveal why he’d been able to one-up Rollins all this time: The Architect fights for the WWE Universe, and Dolph gave up on them a long time ago. These days, he places his faith instead in McIntyre, who truly has his back no matter what. The Showoff signed the contract, and Angle seemed ready to call it a forfeit until Rollins finally made his entrance.

As it turns out, Rollins had been in the arena for a while; he just wanted to wait until Ziggler signed the deal so the champion couldn’t back out. And he had that proviso put in for a very specific reason, and the travel issues weren’t exactly his. And he already had his backup: A buzz-cut, bulked-up, and frothing-mad Dean Ambrose, who returned from injury to join Rollins in a joint beatdown of Ziggler and McIntyre before The Kingslayer finally signed his contract. It appears Rollins finally has his answer, and Dolph Ziggler might just have a problem.

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