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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 Holding: WWE RAW Tag Team Championship (w/Seth Rollins)
WWE Titles Held: WWE World Heavyweight Championship, United States Championship, Intercontinental Championship (x2)
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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Nov 1 14
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Smackdown, Videos, WWE

It’s the most fiendish time of the year, when devils come out to play and Dean Ambrose is certainly encountering his fair share of them lately. With Bray Wyatt lurking in the shadows and Seth Rollins still roaming the halls, you’d think being thrown in to a halloween pumpkin patch street fight might not be high on his list of things he wants to do. But then again, after hearing what Bray has to say earlier in the show, maybe it’s exactly what he needs to blow off steam.

Bray arrives in the ring a little before the Main Event to address the crowd and more importantly – address Dean. He says Halloweens the time of year people like to wear masks and play dress up and be whatever they want to be. But Dean parades his mask around all year long and fans eat it up, buying in to the person they think he is. But Bray claims to know the real Dean Ambrose. The man behind the mask the rest of the world gets to see. He says Dean’s sins will never wash clean and they’re finally coming back to haunt him. He knows what Deans done, and ‘She’ still cries for him.

She? Is Bray talking about the thus far almost mythical Sister Abigail? Does Dean have some kind of connection to her we don’t yet know about? Or is he harping back perhaps to a promo Dean cut way back in FCW where he spoke of a little cousin, a girl, the only real family he ever had before she was taken away from him. He couldn’t protect her. Or maybe.. maybe theres something else lurking in Dean’s past and we’re about to get an insight in to what created the ‘lunatic’. Bray certainly leaves a lot of questions hanging in the air, but it seems like he’s coming to dish out some spiritual Justice to Dean, and thats ironic indeed.

In the Main Event Dean takes on Cesaro in the Halloween Street Fight and the rings lined with pumpkins, candy, apples, skeletons and skulls – as well as kendo sticks and tables and all kinds of other goodies. Dean utilizes these things well, always at home in this kind of environment, and the match gets off to a strong start. Dean laying in to Cesaro with fists flying and taking the early advantage until a kendo stick comes in to play and Dean takes it to the gut. Cesaro sets up a ‘Pumpkin Patch’ in the center of the ring and attempts to suplex Dean on to them, but Deans able to block and get his advantage back. The pair as ever even matched and swinging back and forth, things soon spill to the outside and as Dean tries to smash Cesaro with a kendo stick, he’s caught and tossed over the announce table. Ouch. This doesn’t stop him though, getting back up he leaps from the table and this time nails Cesaro with the kendo stick. Back in the ring, Dean smashes Cesaro through the pumpkins and tosses him out of the ring.

Back on the outside, Dean gets his head dunked in bobbing apples before grabbing a skeleton and beating Cesaro with it. Getting his hands on a witches broomstick, Dean sets Cesaro up on a table and takes to the turnbuckles, hitting his flying elbow.. on a broomstick.. and crashing through the table. It’s game over as Dean hauls Cesaro back in the ring, with a Pumpkin over Cesaros head, Dean hits the Dirty Deeds and picks up a strong win. Grabbing a skull and getting eye to eye socket with it, Smackdown comes to a close on a triumphant Dean. But I get the feeling the celebrations wont last for long, with Dean Vs Wyatt now Officially scheduled for Survivor Series.

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Oct 28 14
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, RAW Results, Videos, WWE

After the frustrating events of Hell in a Cell Dean Ambrose is in no mood to play. Despite being put in to a match against Cesaro he has other things on his mind. Not just suffering another loss to the traitor Seth Rollins, but the man behind that loss. Bray Wyatt. Dean wants answers and he wants them now. Storming to the ring he jumps on to the announce table and says that last night he went to hell and he loved every second of it, he loved beating Seth Rollins to a pulp and he came so close to that victory. Bray Wyatt? He doesn’t know why Bray interjected himself but he does know it was a bad move to make. Doesn’t Bray know the laws of the jungle? Never tangle with a beast that has sharper claws than yours.

With that said, Dean rips off his hoodie and tears in to Cesaro, beating him senseless with his microphone. Cesaro scrambles to escape the rabid Ambroses vicious assault but eventually he backs off himself, grabbing the mic again and returning to the ring he says he doesn’t believe in Hocus Pocus and magic tricks. Bray just needs to get his ass out there immediately, and get it kicked. Bray doesn’t disappoint. Although he doesn’t come out to face him. More mind games as he appears on the Titantron and at least offers explanation. He sees a lot of his own insanity in Dean Ambrose. They’re both men that have been tortured by the system, that have been made in to the animals they are today by the situations they grew up in. They both thrive off of the darker, seedier side of life.

Maybe this is fascinating to Bray, he quickly states he’s not Deans friend or brother. Maybe this town just ain’t big enough for the two of them. For whatever reason, Bray wants to destroy Dean Ambrose. Leaving things on these chilling words: “I’m going to dismantle your mind, and feast on the spoils.”

Silly Wyatt, good luck finding all the pieces.

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Oct 27 14
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Pay Per View Results, Videos, WWE

Tonight Dean finally got his hands on Seth Rollins in the match we’ve all been waiting for and in typical Lunatic style he got things off to a hectic start after filling the ring with weapons. Climbing to the top of the Cell to beckon Rollins down and taunt him in to starting the match up there. Not something Rollins want’s any part of! Instead he sends up his two cronies Jamie Noble and Joey Mercury while Dean waits and brandishes the kendo stick he brought with him. Once the two suits reach the top, the beatings begin. Dean laying in to both of them viciously until Rollins finally shows his face, scaling the Cell and rushing Dean from behind. The two immediately launch in to a brawl but the numbers game catches up to Dean and soon Mercury and Noble have him pinned on the Cell while Seth taunts him, threatening to throw him off. Dean fights his way out and after dispatching Noble and Mercury, sets his sights on Rollins. Seth immediately retreats, climbing over the edge of the cage only for Dean to follow. Dean catches him on his way down and the two battle precariously on the side of the Cell, until they both lose their footing and in the first ‘Holy Shit’ moment of the match, crash through the announce tables with shades of Mick Foley echoing behind them.

The match seems to come to a halt as medics are called to ringside and both men are loaded on to stretchers. However as Rollins is wheeled away, Ambrose comes to and fights his way out of the restraints, bolting after Rollins who isn’t escaping his clutches again. Dean tears him from the gurney and hurls him back inside the Cell, slamming the door after them and demanding it be locked. Once sealed inside the Cell with Rollins, it’s game on.

Dean dips in to his bag of tricks and pulls out duct tape and screwdrivers before deciding a chairs more his speed right now. Sitting down on one and taunting Rollins, he says this is what you get for stabbing him in the back. He proceeds to batter Rollins with the chair, the other man wailing in pain. Music to our ears. Dean lays on the torture thick and it isn’t until – after crashing through a table together on the outside – Kane sprays Dean in the face with a fire extinguisher, that the momentum turns in Rollins favor. The sneaky two toned traitor taking advantage of the opportunity given to him he puts Dean through another table and curb stomps him inside the ring. But Dean’s not going out easy, kicking out of the curb stomp and fighting back. Turnabouts fair play and Dean finds himself some cinderblocks on the outside. Setting them up in the ring and setting Rollins head upon them, he’s about to deal Rollins the same blow he was dealt, when the lights go out and a mysterious chant begins.

A light returns but its a single lamp in the middle of the ring, the chant continuing as what appears to be a ghost rises from the lamp. Dean looks utterly confused by this turn of events and as he tries to figure out just what the heck is going on, Bray Wyatt appears from nowhere and bulldozes in to him.

When the lights come back up, Bray stalks the fallen Ambrose like prey. Striking him again, he sits by as Rollins picks up the pin, another victory for the traitor. Boo. But Bray Wyatt isn’t done. As Rollins crawls away Bray lifts Dean and plants a kiss on his head before nailing him with his ‘Sister Abigail’ finisher. Spreading his arms wide over Deans fallen body and leaving us with one question: Why?

Enjoy your face while you still have it, Bray.

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Oct 25 14
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Smackdown, Videos, WWE

Ambrose opens up the final Smackdown before Hell in a Cell and it’s one last opportunity to address the crowd as well as Rollins – who as usual is lurking backstage in Uncle Kane’s office – Dean has a few reminders for everybody. The laws of physics don’t apply to him, you knock him down he just keeps coming right back up again. He mentions Mick Foley and the warnings he gave on Monday night at RAW, but theres one vital difference between Dean Ambrose and Mick Foley. Mick Foley was a nice guy, a family man. Ambrose? He has none of that holding him back. No family to worry about and nothing else to fight for other than revenge. He’s a man driven and with nothing to lose, theres nobody more dangerous.

Seth Rollins decides to speak up from the safety of his locked room somewhere backstage, he sticks the knife in a little harder and a little further, telling Dean The Shield was never about them, or a cause, or ‘Believing’. It was just about him and positioning himself in the best spot possible. Seths selfishness truly knows no bounds and infuriated by this, Dean’s last words before all hell breaks lose on Sunday are the following: “At Hell in a Cell we’ll burn together, but you’re going to perish alone.”

Chilling stuff.

Later on in the night Rollins decides to call out Ambrose himself, with some security in the form of the Cruiserweight Division and a table of toys behind him. He lists all the things he’s going to do to Dean at Hell in a Cell – What, couldn’t come up with your own ideas, Seth? Didn’t Dean do this on Monday? Some Architect! – At any rate, Seth goes through his weapons including handcuffs and a steel pole, then calls Dean out, to no answer. Seth calls Ambrose a coward, says he might be smarter than he looks by not showing up. He calls for a replay of Monday night and when we come back from that, guess who’s appeared behind him?

Dean rushes the ring and launches a kendo stick attack on Rollins. His ‘security’ are quick to his defense, mauling Dean to the ground, but he fights them off. Seth escapes before any real damage can be done but Dean decides to make an example of Mercury and Noble. Setting them up on the tables, he drives an elbow through both men one at a time. Second thoughts, Rollins?

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Oct 21 14
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, RAW Results, Videos, WWE

They say “That which doesn’t kill you makes you stronger” – Well I say That which doesn’t kill you better run like Hell. Something Seth Rollins has become increasingly good at over the last few months as he continues to run and run from Dean Ambrose. Seths tried his hardest to put Dean on the shelf for good but he’s proven time and time again you just can’t keep a crazy lunatic down. Now, Rollins is running out of places to hide and on Sunday he’ll be shut in a large cell alone with the man he betrayed. This time theres nowhere to run and we can safely say Dean owes him a world of hurt for the things he’s put him through. That said, it’s no surprise Seth Rollins is a little on edge this week on RAW. Posturing and attempting to establish himself verbally as the new top player in the game. Somehow, we’re just not buying it. Neithers Ambrose, who’s sitting backstage watching ‘See No Evil 2’ and eating Popcorn. Call it research.

With a 3 on 2 Handicap Street Fight coming up later that night, John Cena’s more than a little bemused by Dean’s cavalier attitude, asking him why he isn’t preparing or making a plan. Dean says nonsense! Of course he has a plan. Hit anything that moves and just keep swinging. What more of a plan do you need? Speaking of movies, he compares Cena to Superman with his fighting for the forces of good and his strong jaw. Dean? He thinks of himself more as Batman, he just likes beating up scumbags. Cena shakes that off, telling him he’s far more like The Joker. Dean makes a face at that, why’s everybody round here so serious?

A little later in the night Dean’s spotted heading to the ring carrying a pretty hefty bag. When he gets there, he unzips it to reveal a lifesize Seth Rollins doll. Creepy. Well, Rollins IS The Authoritys puppet after all. In a second bag, Dean has a collection of weapons and he proceeds to give the crowd a little demonstration of what he’s going to do when he gets hold of Rollins on Sunday. Jam a screwdriver up his nostril? Why not. Rip his hands off? Sure. He pulls out a saw and says he was going to saw Seths testicles off but being as he already sold them to The Authority he can’t really do that. After abusing the doll some more, Rollins finally shows his bearded face and he isn’t impressed. Insulting Dean, insulting the crowd, telling him he doesn’t sweat him or the Cell hanging over his head. It’s as they argue, a legend makes his appearance. Mick Foley crashing the party as one of the most iconic stars of Hell in a Cell ever, he comes to the ring to address them both. He says The Shield were awesome, but he’d really been looking forward to seeing Rollins and Ambrose square off. Under normal circumstances, he’d give Rollins the advantage. But Hell in a Cell isn’t normal circumstances. In that environment? He gives the edge to Dean.

He goes on to warn them both that they’ll never be the same after the Cell. That it leaves mental and physical scars they’ll never forget. Dean chimes in and says that doesn’t worry him, he’s got enough scars already both in his head and on his body that a few more wont make a lick of difference, he lost his innocence long ago. He says nobody in the locker room understands him and the places his mind goes – nobody except maybe for Mick. He says Mick can look in to his eyes and see that he is completely ready to destroy Seth inside the Cell. Seth says Deans beneath him and not on his level. Before the two men can break in to a brawl, Foley comes between them and tells them they’re headed in to the match of their lives. Have a nice day.

Later on in the night the Handicap match rolls around and Cena and Ambrose attack their opponents the second they get in to the ring, not waiting for the bell and getting the jump on them. Starting out strong, Dean runs riot through their opponents and things crash to the outside, mayhem breaking out as Air Ambrose hits again and he takes out everybody with a leap from the announce desk. Then it’s weapons time. Chairs and tables brought in to the fray. However the numbers game catches up to them as they head in to the break and Dean finds himself slammed through a folded table on the outside. When we return from commercial, Deans isolated in the corner by Rollins and having his neck stretched and his back bent. He opts to bite a chunk out of Rollins in an attempt to get away but it doesn’t work. The trio triple teaming him in the corner. Dean endures as only he can and with a surge of adrenaline, fights back and manages to get the tag. John Cena coming in like a coiled spring, Dean falls to the outside to catch his breath. But once again the numbers game catches up and Cena is soon grounded by the Authority. On the outside, Dean’s ran in to steel steps and left out in the cold, while Orton, Rollins and Kane proceed to pick Cena apart in the ring.

Kane orders the Cell be lowered, trapping all five of them in there. Ambrose gets a second wind and throws himself from the top turnbuckles, taking out The Authority. He goes after Orton with a Kendo stick and all hell breaks loose. Getting himself his first taste of the Cell. Amidst the mayhem however, it’s Dean that eventually turns right in to an RKO and is put down for the three count. There’s little time to think much on it though as Rollins instantly Curb Stomps Orton – uh oh. That’s not going to go down well with The Authority, is it.

That which doesn’t kill you, Dean.

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Oct 18 14
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Smackdown, Videos, WWE

Seth Rollins opens up Smackdown by coming to the ring and addressing the crowd, telling us that Ambrose doesn’t belong in a Cell he belongs in a Straight Jacket. He also admits he might have sold out, but at the Pay Per View Ambrose is going to be ‘Carried’ out after the beating he gives him. Hmm, good luck with that one, Seth. It seems like we aren’t the only ones tired of Seths posturing and running away schtick, as Dolph Ziggler interrupts him and the two get face to face in the ring, tempers flaring and a match breaking out. Unfortunately it’s Seth that eventually gets the win and gloats over Zigglers fallen form. That is until Dean makes his appearance!

Coming down to the ring clutching his hell in a Cell contract in hand, Dean gets in to the ring and Rollins gets the heck out. Fleeing to the ramp and getting as far away from his former brother as possible. Dean asks him where he’s going, telling him he just wants to chat. He finally got what he’s been foaming at the mouth for, the locked down opportunity to tear Seth limb from limb in a room without doors.. well.. a cell. And a padlocked door. And a lot of weapons. Even better. Dean says after he’s jammed one foot down his throat and the other where the sun don’t shine, the rest of what he’s going to do to Rollins can’t be said on this program. We can’t wait.

Kane interrupts Dean’s threats and says he’s disappointed he doesn’t have a match at Hell in a Cell, he loves the sound of people screaming in pain. That said, he’s decided to put himself in a match with Dean tonight. How thoughtful, another chance for Dean to whip his ass all around the ring! Later on in the night Dean stops by with Renee Young to talk movies. Saying Kane’s obviously starred in one too many horrors and he’s going to turn this in to an action movie instead. Yippee Ki Yay!

The match rolls around and Dean wastes no time, getting right in Kane’s face and starting out strong, he runs circles around both his opponent and Rollins outside, using his quickness to out-move the larger man and not let him get his hands on him. Beckoning them both on, he taunts Seth and seems to have Kane on the run until he goes for a DDT off of the turnbuckles and Kane counters it, tossing Dean across the ring. It’s the one slip up Kane was looking for to take control of the match. A big boot to Dean’s face almost secures him the victory but Dean’s never one to stay down easily, the action spilling to the outside where Kane rams Dean against the barrier several times then smashes his hand against the ring steps. Reeling from this Dean tries to catch his breath and shake off the cobwebs but Kane’s relentless. Dean endures as Kane goes after the hurt hand and as the action spills outside again, Dean turns things around. Blocking Kane from smashing him against the steps, Dean reverses and introduces Kane to the steel instead. Quickly picking up momentum Dean takes to the air and takes down Kane with a suicide dive then a huge dropkick from the top turnbuckles. A bulldog later and Dean gets a 2 count but not enough for 3. Psyching himself up for his big finish, Rollins gets on to the apron and distracts Dean from picking up the win. As he goes for his slingshot clothesline, Seth tugs him out through the ropes and the match is ended, Dean picking up victory via DQ.

The vultures descend and Rollins and Kane begin to pick Dean apart. Kane tossing a chair in to the ring, Seth attempts to set Dean up for another curb stomp, but he has it scouted. Moving quickly, Seth ends up hitting the chair instead and Dean grabs it, going after both of them with the steel object. Kane gets the brunt of it and the duo make a run for it, leaving Dean in the ring frothing at the mouth and promising at Hell in a Cell he’s going to rip Seths face off.

They’ll be cleaning his skin off the cell for weeks.

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Oct 15 14
Published by Jen, Filed in Merchandise, WWE

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The Ambrose merchandise just keeps on coming! WWEShop have added a Scoop Neck womens shirt to their collection along with two bundles in which you can get the pendant, original white T Shirt and the Ambrose hoodie. Head on over and check it out!

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

Its been blow for blow so far in the Ambrose/Cena battle to beat Rollins to a pulp inside Hell in a Cell and after Cena hit Ambrose with an AA to close Smackdown, its Ambrose to start things out on RAW and he’s not happy. Cena’s become a thorn in his side and he’s not going to stop until he has what he wants. He’s going to go to Hell in a Cell, rip down that pole and beat Cena to a smooth paste with it, then, he’s going to tear Rollins limb from limb. Seems like a pretty simple plan if it wasn’t for Cena constantly sticking his nose in. The goodie two shoes 15 time Champ coming down to the ring again and getting in Dean’s face, telling him to shut up and calm down, no less. The match is made so what is he so angry about?

Cena tells him to focus his energy in to Hell in a Cell because he’s going to be in the match of his life. Giving him some ‘veterans advice’. Dean throws it back at him, telling him not to pretend like he gives a crap about him because he certainly doesn’t give a crap about Cena and he’s more than ready, he’s been ready to whoop Cena’s ass for years. He warns Cena not to talk to him like he’s some kind of chump or act like he should trust him.

Cena tells him his instability is what’s going to cost him his opportunity. Dean’s ready to drop his mic and leave when the Authority arrive, mocking their bickering and making them a bet. They can’t co exist in a tag team match without ripping each other apart. A triple Threat Tag Match is made between Goldust & Stardust, The Usos and Ambrose & Cena. The Authority think they’re pretty clever, however it backfires in their faces as Ambrose and Cena prove they can work together, controlling the opening of the match and working quick tags to keep their opponents in their corner. It’s only when a sly tag from Stardust is made, that Ambrose and Cena are put out of the running and the two Brother Tag Teams fight it out. However, it soon spills to the outside and where theres outside shenanigans, theres usually Dean Ambrose. Dean interjects himself in to things and takes out Goldust, while Cena takes to the air and crashes down on all of them! Not to be outdone, Ambrose gets to the turnbuckles and takes a flying leap himself! With everybody down, Ambrose tosses Cena back in the ring and with a flurry of finishers, Ambrose and Cena pick up the win. In your face, Authority!

Triple H and Stephanie are unimpressed and Triple H is mad at being proven wrong. He decides to up the stakes, moving the Contract on a Pole match from Hell in a Cell to tonight! Ambrose and Cena are taken aback, but as they face one another they’re more than ready. Later in the night Ambrose visits with Renee Young to share his thoughts on the upcoming match. He says it’s a long hard road to the top and Triple H should know by now he’s a fighter and he’ll do whatever it takes to get there. Bursting in to a little song, he seems perfectly happy to be on the Highway to Hell with John Cena.

The Main Event rolls around and Dean and Cena find themselves surrounded by The Authority as Kane, Rollins, Orton, Triple H and Stephanie all come to ringside. But the match gets underway and they quickly both bolt for the pole. A crash landing keeps them both from getting to it and the brawl begins, Ambrose doing exactly as he said he would and literally clawing and biting to get what he wants. The action spills outside to the ramp as Dean chases Cena up it pounding him with fists as he goes. A brutal suplex on the steel puts Ambrose at an advantage and he staggers back to the ring, within a breath of the contract when Cena pulls him back. Locked in an STF, Ambrose bites Cena’s hand to get out of it. Then takes a flying leap of a suicide dive in an attempt to put Cena down for good. They end up brawling on the outside and finally The Authority get involved. Dean and Orton getting in to a shoving match before Cena sends Ambrose crashing in to all of them. It breaks down in to a brawl in the ring and after Ambrose tosses Rollins out through the ropes, a distracted Cena hits an AA and Ambrose scales the turnbuckles. Pausing to wave his hand in a ‘You cant see me’ gesture to Cena, Ambrose plucks the contract down.

He will face Seth Rollins at Hell in a Cell. And he’s going to tear his face off.

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Oct 11 14
Published by Jen, Filed in 2k15, WWE

When 2k15 was announced the Ambrose model they gave us featured his Shield gear, however newly released previews show us the in game model is sporting Dean’s current attire. Weather or not its an option between the two in the game is yet to be seen, but we hope so. Check the set out below! Thanks to Connor for the tip!

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Oct 11 14
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You’d think The Miz would have learned his lesson and would never want Ambrose on his little show ever again, but it seems like The Authority are looking to instigate more ill will between Dean and John Cena, so a sequel to Miz TV it is. The Miz calls out both Dean and John Cena to face one another in the ring and talk about what happened on Monday Night RAW and their upcoming match at Hell In A Cell. He also announces that the match will be a ‘No Holds Barred, Contract on a Pole’ Match – which means anything goes, the perfect environment for Dean (and possibly for others to interfere?) and that whoever can put down their opponent and climb up to reach the contract first will go on to face Seth Rollins inside the Cell.

After Cena does his nice guy act with some kids in the crowd he finally graces Ambrose and Miz with his presence and the questioning begins. Miz asking Dean about RAW and why he did what he did. The answers simple, Dean planted Cena on his head on Monday night so that he knows he doesn’t care who he is or how high up on the food chain he is, nobody crosses him. Dean doesn’t take ‘crap’ from anybody and if you cross him he will hunt you down. Seth Rollins was his brother and he stabbed him in the back, he can’t rest until Rollins is brought to justice and if Cena thinks he’s getting in the way of that he has another thing coming.

Cena tells him he’s impressed. He’s been impressed by Dean’s presence ever since he arrived in the WWE, telling him the decision makers backstage are real worried about Dean Ambrose – he’s a guy that says and does whatever he wants and thats dangerous. Cena admires that. He says Dean has ‘It’, and his definition of ‘It’ is a.. a pair of baseballs? Oh wait, we get it. Let that process.

But Cena insists he has balls and his word and he doesn’t break them for anybody. Ambrose might be the future the WWE Universe is looking for but he’s going to need to bring his A Game to Hell in a Cell. Somehow, we don’t think that’ll be a problem for Dean.

The Miz interjects himself and asks Dean if he really thinks he can beat this future Hall of Famer and Dean answers with one simple word: “Yep.”

In fact, he doesn’t just think he can, he knows he can. We believe him. Theres not a force in this world capable of holding back Dean Ambrose when theres blood in the water and Seth Rollins has had it coming for a long long time. John Cena simply says he’ll see Dean at Hell in a Cell and turns to leave, only for The Miz to interject himself again, trying to incite violence between the two. It backfires as Dean and John instead assault The Miz, Cena tossing him at Ambrose who nails him with a DDT then walks directly in to an AA from Cena. Smackdown goes off the air with Seth Rollins looking on from some hideout backstage. He won’t be smiling much longer.

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