Noted Ring Names: Dean Ambrose, Jon Moxley From: Cincinnati, Ohio Date of Birth: December 7, 1985 Debut: 2005 WWE Debut: Survivor Series 2012 WWE Titles Held: WWE World Heavyweight Championship, United States Championship, Intercontinental Championship (x2) WWE Titles Holding: Intercontinental 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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Ambrose stepped in to action alongside Rollins, Reigns and Orton to take on the oddly pieces together team of Goldust, Cody Rhodes, Daniel Bryan and… Big E Langston? Quite what he has to do with anything is beyond me but apparently the ‘good guys’ are looking for some muscle to add to their weak arsenal (#Heel). Ambrose started things out against Rhodes and despite Rhodes’ best efforts wasn’t able to get one over on Dean and tagged out to Goldust. Ambrose battled back against the old timer and held his own, eventually forcing Goldust to give up and go home too, tagging out to Langston. Dean made a hasty retreat and let Rollins deal with that one, but it wouldn’t be long before Dean was stepping in to the ring against the big man.
Despite being manhandled he held his own and from there, things began to break down in usual Shield style. The closing moments seeing Ambrose on the receiving end of the Yes Lock, seconds from tapping out before being saved by Roman. Ambrose hastily made the tag to Orton and got the hell out of there, leaving Orton to deal with the stunned Bryan. Unfortunately, it once again wasn’t to be The Shields night as the flying goat got the better of Orton and pinned him to take home the victory. Things just haven’t been in The Shields favor lately, have they.
In the go home RAW before Hell in a Cell Triple H decides to make Daniel Bryan’s night a difficult one and pit him against the United States Champion himself to open the show. Ambrose arriving to the ring tonight accompanied by Rollins and Reigns, though somehow it still looks a little like theres trouble in Shield paradise – maybe it’s just me. His team mates leave him to face Bryan alone in what is an action packed opening bout. Ambrose and Bryan know each other back to front and inside out by now which is what makes their matches so exciting as literally anything can happen at any time. Ambrose takes control of a good portion of the match up with some typically underhanded tactics including some nasty pokes to the eyes, he eventually takes Bryan down to the mat and slows him down with his series of head and arm locks. Eventually though Bryan battles his way out and the tempo picks back up again as the pair go toe to toe. Ambrose eventually tossed over the ropes to the outside where he takes a nasty spill on his knee but recovers quickly, heading back in to the ring the final exchange leads to Ambrose attempting a sneaky rollup, only to be pulled around in to the Yes/No lock! With no help on hand and no ropes anywhere close, Ambrose has no choice but to tap.
Can’t win em all, Champ. But what will the fellow Hounds think?
Later on in the night Ambrose accompanied Rollins & Reigns to their match against The Usos for Tag Team Championship #1 contendership. Cody Rhodes and Goldust were ringside on commentary and while war waged in the ring, Ambrose taunted the new champions constantly. Things breaking down as Dean got in Cody’s face and knocked the headset off of his head, the brawl breaking out and mayhem ensuing as it so often does around The Shield. The eventual meltdown led to a double disqualification as all three teams brawled, The Shield eventually fleeing up through the crowd. Vickie Guerrero went on to announce there would be a Triple Threat tag match at Hell in a Cell for the straps. We can only assume Dean will be ringside.
After going it alone on Main Event to retain his United States Championship, Dean reunited with Rollins and Reigns to head in to 6 Man Tag action against Goldust, Rhodes and Daniel Bryan in the Main Event on Smackdown. Rollins and Reigns were clearly in no mood for games and with Dean the only gold holder of the trio, they looked oddly naked without all those titles. Seth and Roman were out for revenge from the outset and all but took apart Goldust and Cody, it was a while before Dean saw any of the action. Eventually though it all boiled down to Dean and Daniel Bryan as Roman and Seth took Cody and Goldust to the outside, the usual Shield mayhem breaking down as Reigns threw Cody into the barrier. He attempted to spear Goldust in to the steel steps but Goldust dodged and Reigns was sent crashing in to them.
Rollins picked up the momentum and threw Goldust and Cody over the announce table, only to end up on the receiving end of a flying goat. Leaving Ambrose all alone to deal with an ill tempered Daniel Bryan. A bad clash in the center of the ring put both men down but eventually it was Daniels running knee to the face that put Ambrose down for the three count. Another terrible loss for The Shield – one Rollins and Reigns might not be happy with their team mate for?
After the tragic loss of the Tag Team Championships from The Shields title collection, Dean Ambrose faced stiff odds heading in to Main Event and a WWE Poll that revealed the ‘Universe’ thought his United States Championship was in serious jeopardy too. Well he’s always been one to defy the odds if you’ve followed his career, tonight would be no different. He heads to the ring like a lone wolf, his Shield cohorts Rollins and Reigns mysteriously absent and not accompanying him on to the stairs like they normally do. Ambrose remained cocky and defiant however, stepping in to the ring and getting in Dolph Zigglers face. Dolph was quick off the bat and instantly hit Ambrose with a dropkick and made a pin attempt which a stunned Dean barely kicked out of. Another pin attempt from Dolph and Ambrose was officially annoyed. Taking the ‘Show Off’ down to the mat and down to his level, Ambrose controlled the pace and grounded Dolph for the first half of the match, but things would soon spiral out of control as both men tore in to each other for the gold. A series of near misses brought Dolph so close to the Championship he and everybody in the crowd could probably taste it, but even with a ‘Famouser’.. Ambrose wasn’t to be counted out.
In the end – and with no help whatsoever from Rollins and Reigns who remained nowhere to be seen, hmm – Ambrose was able to hit Ziggler with his Headlock Driver and retain his United States Championship. Now the only gold holder in The Shield, his cohorts didn’t even come out to celebrate with him. Is this a sign of discontent within the unit? Or are Rollins and Reigns too busy licking their wounds?
A promo that was aired during European WWE Show ‘Afterburn’ this past September. I should be able to get hold of it without the subtitles soon but the site I usually download from is down tonight. I’ll have it subtitleless (I hope) asap. Screencaptures in the Gallery!
It’s announced early in the night on RAW that Rollins and Reigns would be defending their Tag Team Championships against Cody Rhodes and Goldust in the shows main event. Later on in the night we’re taken to backstage to find The Shield in strategy talks over their match, only to be confronted by Stephanie and Triple H who inform them the match will be no disqualification – it’s time to get the job done without any excuses. Ambrose, Reigns and Rollins laugh this off, they got this one in the bag. Or do they?
The match is fast paced and vicious from the outset and despite the odd small interjection by Ambrose, for the most part he keeps to himself on the outside and just cheers on his partners. His faith in the team showing through. Rollins and Reigns isolate Cody and toy with him in their corner but eventually Cody is able to make a flying leap to his brother and get the tag. Goldust comes in all guns blazing and proves to be more than Rollins and Reigns bargained for, until a well timed dodge from Rollins sends Goldust crashing to the outside. Ambrose stands over him and taunts before Cody comes to his aid and the show heads to a commercial. Back from that and The Shield once again have control of Goldust, but things soon begin to break down as tempers flare after numerous near falls.
Pure mayhem ensues as Cody and Rollins fight on the outside and Ambrose brawls with Goldust, eventually finding himself tossed to the outside, Reigns goes after Goldust again and things collapse to the outside. Ambrose draws Goldusts attention and with him distracted, Reigns charges and spears him through the barricade! It looks like it’s game over for the Rhodes boys until the sudden arrival of the fired Big Show through the crowd! Ambrose grabs a chair and attempts to stave off the giant but finds himself knocked out. Rollins flies over the ropes and straight in to a KO punch. Reigns in the ring dodges a kick from Cody but ends up with Big Shows fist in his face also! Staggering back, reigns flops to the mat unconscious and Cody makes the pin. New Tag Team Champions.
The Shield taste their bitterest defeat yet as Big Show bolts through the crowd and Triple H storms down to the ring, furious. With Ambrose defending his title on Wednesday, will he suffer the same fate? Dark times for the Hounds of Justice indeed.
SmackDown’s 4-on-1 Handicap Match main event descended into chaos when all three members of The Shield joined Randy Orton in swarming The World’s Largest Athlete. The match ended in a Disqualification win for Big Show when Dean Ambrose brought a chair to the fight. Though the giant was able to deliver a KO Punch and remove it from Ambrose’s clutches, a Roman Reigns spear finally brought him down.
The Shield and Orton refused to cease their relentless assault after the bell, though, until The Usos emerged from the back to even the odds! And when The Viper set up a chair on the downed giant’s head, looking to do further damage, Daniel Bryan flew down the ramp and took the Friday night fight to Orton, snapping in the “Yes!” Lock before Ambrose could open the door for The Viper to slither away.
But a running knee to the U.S. Champion’s head put down the leader of The Shield and sent all four opposing Superstars fleeing from the ring. Will Daniel Bryan have the same kind of success at WWE Battleground?
After the Rhodes brothers attacked The Shield last week on RAW, retribution was definitely on the cards. As Dusty, Cody and Goldust gathered in the ring to hear what Triple H and Stephanie McMahon had to say, a match was laid out for Battleground. If Goldust and Cody could defeat Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns at the Pay Per View, they could have their jobs back! A lofty task as The Shield remain undefeated at Pay Per View events. The Rhodes were left to think about this as Triple H and Stephanie cleared out of the ring, but as they went to leave themselves, The Shield struck. Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns assaulting the legend Dusty Rhodes and his two sons viciously, eventually hitting Cody with the Triple Powerbomb and taunting Dusty.
Later on in the night the trio marched in to battle against Dolph Ziggler and The Usos in another 6 Man Tag, a fast paced match from the outset that saw most of Dean’s action take place in the commercial (you can view the video in an earlier post!). Dean and Ziggler started things out, the grudge still strong between them as Ambrose took control early on, but Ziggler fought back, pummeling Ambrose’ face with fists and sending him in to a retreat. Rollins tagged in sent Ziggler running for help and an Uso was thrown in to the mix, The Shield went on to isolate Jimmy Uso in their usual fashion, the pack of dogs seemed to have it in the bag until an eventual out of nowhere backdrop to Rollins gave Jimmy the chance to make the tag to Ziggler. Ziggler itching to get his hands on Ambrose tore in like a wild thing and took it to Ambrose, eventually hitting him with the Famouser and coming so close to a three count only for Reigns to save it. Mayhem broke out and after Ziggler hit Rollins with a Zig Zag, Roman Reigns speared Ziggler out of his boots, giving The Shield yet another win in their log book.
After their massive victory against Kane, Daniel Bryan and The legendary Undertaker on Monday Night RAW The Shield smell blood in the water as they stalk on to Smackdown (A show that Dean-Ambrose.net Owner Jen.. ie: me, attended, see Gallery for 100+ candids) and once again make a target of the Deadman. Cutting a promo early in the night Dean Ambrose declares that despite the victory he’s still not satisfied, something doesn’t feel right. The problem is the Deadman’s still walking, something he plans to rectify tonight as he takes on The Undertaker one on one in his first WWE singles match since The Shields debut. The Shield haven’t made much of a habit of singles matches as yet, the last being Rollins facing the Big Show which ended in the inevitable DQ. But Dean promises tonight he’ll do what nobody else has managed to do in 21 Wrestlemanias and that’s take out the Phenom. Strong words, but if anybody can do it…
As the match draws around The Undertaker is more than ready for the swarm tactics he’s going to face, deftly managing to fend off Rollins and Reigns on the outside while assaulting Ambrose in the ring. But if theres one thing Dean Ambrose is incredibly good at doing it’s absorbing punishment and coming back to tear your face off. The Undertaker knew he was up against some pretty unstable competition and that makes any opponent dangerous. Ambrose held his own and took the punishment before turning the tables and brawling with Taker, eventually hitting his trademark DDT and making the pin, to no avail. The Deadman kicking out and leaving Ambrose frustrated. Dean mocked Takers throat cut motion and found himself locked in to a chokeslam. A Hells Gate later.. and the unthinkable happened. Dean tapped out! But before we freak out about this occurrence, remember there isn’t a single other Superstar on the roster past or present that has survived that deadly hold so he’s in good company at least.
Rollins and Reigns immediately charged the ring and the inevitable beat down began, things tumbling to the outside as Taker fought back, throwing Reigns against the barrier, he caught Rollins around the throat as he went to leap from barricade, only to find himself on the receiving end of a brutal spear by Reigns, crashing right through equipment and barrier, destroying everything.
With Ambrose back on his feet and taunted by ‘You tapped out’ chants from the baying crowd, he grabbed a chair and began to add further damage to the Deadman, battering him with it before setting him up for the Triple Powerbomb through the announce desk. That’s Justice, Deadman. Dean Ambrose is far from beaten, not even close. He’s the future.