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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)
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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Aug 9 14
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Smackdown, Videos, WWE

After a successful campaign on Monday Night RAW, Dean arrives on Smackdown with a Ace up his sleeve. He gets to pick the stipulation for his match against Rollins at Summerslam. After a replay of RAW’s shenanigans Dean says the Authority thought they had a foolproof plan on RAW but the problem is you just can’t ‘Plan’ for someone like Dean Ambrose. Now he’s had a whole week to think up some options for the stipulation and he takes a moment to read out a scribbled few. He offers out a ‘JBLs cowboy hat on a pole’ match to a rather frosty reception from the commentator. He’d looked in to getting some alligators to surround the ring but that was just going to be a logistical nightmare. A sumo wrestling match, boxing match.. they could just fight in the parking lot but they already did that. Then suggestion of the night! “Loser cleans Triple H’s Car” match – but then Seth already seems to have that job in hand.

That seems to strike a nerve and Rollins shows his face, coming out on to the ramp to interrupt and tell Dean to get on with it, that his tactics on RAW might have deserved a little credit but it’s time to get serious. Seth demands to know the stipulation and Dean’s glad to oblige. During their time in The Shield they made a lot of enemies and Dean’s sick of watching Rollins hightail it away from him whenever they get in the ring together. So to avoid a repeat of Battleground he’s going to surround the ring with a ‘Wall of Bodies’ – people they’ve wronged over the past year, and those people are going to ensure they tear each other apart inside that ring.

Dean firmly states that Summerslam, August 17th will be the day Mister Money in the Bank goes Broke. Seth counters, saying the Authority have given him the power to choose Dean’s opponent for Smackdown tonight and he picks the Viper, Randy Orton. Someone Dean would be more than happy to settle a score with after what was done to Roman Reigns. He welcomes the challenge.

The Main Event rolls around and Dean barely waits for the bell before he assaults Orton, leaping on him and gaining the quick advantage with his usual frantic style. However the calculated Orton picks his moment to strike and goes for Dean’s shoulder, once again hitting the bullseye on him and torturing him for much of the match. But Dean’s an expert at soaking up punishment, taunting Orton with laughter and goading him to try and hurt him more. As Dean swings momentum back in his favor and looks to be headed toward victory, Rollins interrupts. Tugging Dean from the ring and sending him smashing repeatedly in to steel stairs, Dean fights back and slams Rollins in to the barrier, their brawl spilling back in to the ring where the Viper strikes. Orton laying Dean out with an RKO. Rollins picks himself up and beats down on Dean for a little longer, then takes a little revenge. Plucking a Coke from the hand of a fan, he takes it back in to the ring and pours it over Deans head, then turns him on to his back and tries to pour it down his throat. Dean reels away from that and Rollins grabs his face, telling him at Summerslam this ends.

Seth puts the exclamation point on that as he delivers a curb stomp to the back of Deans head, closing out the show. Revenge tastes a little like artificial sweeteners and coloring.

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Aug 8 14
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Videos, WWE

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Aug 5 14
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, RAW Results, Videos, WWE

Somebody needs to call Seths parents because I think something ate his homework. Something in a gray leather jacket answering to the name of Dean Ambrose. After being left off of RAW last week in a feeble attempt by the Authority to keep their little pet Rollins safe, Ambrose is back and he’s got a few games of his own.

Early in the night The Authority announce two matches in a ‘Beat the clock Challenge’ in which Dean and Seth will have a match each and whoever wins in the fastest time gets to pick the stipulations for their newly announced match at Summerslam. Dean is given a rematch against Alberto Del Rio, while Seth is pitted against Rob Van Dam. Dean’s match is first up and it’s oh so surprising the Authority would give a man with a wounded shoulder an opponent who’s specialty move is a Cross Arm-Breaker. Dean starts out looking to get a quick win but Del Rio is a bit too seasoned of a veteran to go down easily. He soon sets to Dean’s shoulder and keeps him grounded for much of the match. However Dean’s a veteran at absorbing punishment and bouncing back from it and that’s exactly what he does, the match boiling down to a trade of heavy hitting moves and pin attempts. It’s Dean’s pure will to survive that leads him to an out of nowhere ‘Dirty Deeds’ on Del Rio. Scoring himself the win – but the time? 15.42. Not a totally lofty goal for Rollins to achieve.

But Dean has some ideas up his sleeves.

As Rollins’ match rolls around The Authority pulls out another wildcard, exchanging his opponent from Rob Van Dam to Heath Slater. Rollins finds this amusing and it looks to be a quick and easy win for him. That is until Ambrose shows up at ringside. Hey, he’s just there to watch. Rollins tells him he’ll win whatever happens and gets back to his match, so Dean ups the ante. He snatches Seths beloved briefcase from the apron and wanders off with it. Taking it to the announce table it doesn’t take long for him to figure out how to open it, inside, he finds Seths shiny little Money in the Bank contract. Unfortunately for Seth, Deans the clumsy sort and as he looks it over he accidentally rips it in half. OOPS. Then as he guiltily looks to an angered Rollins in the ring, he accidentally rips it in half again. These things happen, fingers slip, all that.

Dean takes a bite of the contract and then tosses it aside, but Rollins blows it off as just a piece of paper and goes back to his match. With time ticking down, Dean has to find new ways to be a nuisance. He plucks a soda out of a fans hand and wouldn’t you know it? Dean accidentally pours it in to the briefcase. He puts it aside and goes in search of a snack, taking popcorn from another fan and offering Seth some encouragement because times ticking down. He then upturns the popcorn in to the briefcase along with the soda – you guessed it, total accident. With his snacks ruined, Dean goes in search of something else and finds himself JBL’s cowboy hat. Putting that on for a little dance around the announce table, Dean eventually crushes it in to the briefcase along with the soda and popcorn, gets up on the table and swings it around, splashing everyone with soda!

Rollins is furious, and Heath Slater rolls him up for the pinfall. Seth didn’t beat the time. Dean gets to choose the Summerslam match stipulations. He’ll do so on Friday on Smackdown!

Oh this should be good. Now run and tell your Daddy, Rollins.

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Aug 3 14
Published by Jen, Filed in Videos, WWE


WWE.com have a new ’30 Second Fury’ video up, this time featuring Dean – well who else embodies the word ‘fury’ better than him? Check it out!

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Jul 22 14
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, RAW Results, Videos, WWE

After the mayhem of Battleground Seth Rollins kicked off RAW by sulking to his daddy Triple H, saying that he deserved to be named number one contender for Summerslam. Triple H reminds him that’s pointless, he already has the MITB Briefcase and besides, he’s being hunted by Dean Ambrose – Muahaha. Seth insists he can take him out but Triple H seems less convinced, instead Cesaro makes an appearance and promises he can take out Ambrose permanently. Triple H makes the match for the Main Event.

Ambrose is more than happy to oblige. Looking at lot more pleased with himself than we saw on Smackdown, Ambrose arrives in the ring still with his shoulder taped, but the nice aftertaste of revenge still in his mouth. He and Cesaro barely wait for the bell before tearing in to each other and Ambrose is like a rabid dog on the attack, viciously assaulting Cesaro and tossing him out of the ring to the outside. Following him out by launching himself off of the apron on to Cesaro and beating him all around ringside. Dean throws Cesaro back in to the ring but as he gets in, Cesaro kicks him square in the shoulder. He follows that up by running Dean in to the ringpost. The dissection of his injured begins again. Cesaro picking him apart while backstage Orton, Rollins and Triple H watch on the monitors.

Cesaro gives Ambrose a taste of his own medicine, taking things to the outside with a brutal suplex then taking things back in. Cesaro twists his arm up in the center of the ring but Ambrose refuses to quit. You’d have to nuke him to get him to wave the white flag and even then he’d probably jab you in the eye with it instead. Dean absorbs the punishment and tries to make a comeback, knocking Cesaro out of the ring again, but as he tries to jump the ropes to attack, Cesaro hits him with that deadly European Uppercut in mid air. Things aren’t looking so good for Dean. During a commercial break Cesaro attacks the shoulder relentlessly, as we come back, Cesaro tries to suplex Dean off of the turnbuckles however he manages to take an advantage back, shoving Cesaro all the way down to the mat. Dean follows with his missile dropkick and despite his hurting shoulder, now it seems like Cesaro is hurting too! Adrenaline bites hard and Ambrose goes back on the attack. A suicide dive taking things back outside. They trade brutal clotheslines in the middle of the ring and Dean’s mental state begins to crumble, until eventually he’s had enough.

Outside, he grabs a chair and as Cesaro hands near the ringpost, Dean blatantly smashes him around the head and shoulders with it. Instantly earning himself a Disqualification. But does he care? Not at all. He grabs another chair and tosses it in to the ring, taking himself a casual seat as Cesaro bolts to the back, he gestures for the Authority to bring on more.

But they don’t. Not today.

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Jul 21 14
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Pay Per View Results, Videos, WWE

TAMPA, Florida — The WWE Universe might not have gotten the match they wanted between Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins at WWE Battleground, but if you were expecting an all-out brawl between these two bitter rivals, it was impossible to be disappointed.

Early in the night, the always-unpredictable Ambrose ambushed Rollins during the Shield turncoat’s pre-match interview. The sudden attack — halted by a small army of referees, officials and security personnel — prompted Triple H to eject The Lunatic Fringe from the Tampa Bay Times Forum. Because Ambrose was barred from the building before his scheduled bout with Rollins, the vindictive Mr. Money in the Bank demanded that he be announced the winner of the match by forfeit and have his hand raised in victory.

However, Rollins had little opportunity to savor his “victory.” As he strode up the entrance ramp, Ambrose appeared out of nowhere and assaulted his one-time ally again, repeatedly throwing Rollins into the barricade and taking the fight into the crowd. After Ambrose grabbed Rollins by the hair and hurled him onto the Spanish announce table, a host of security personnel, WWE officials and even The Game himself intervened and pried apart the embattled former Shield brethren. Ambrose was dragged kicking and screaming from the arena a second time, while Rollins was taken to the locker room area by the incensed WWE COO.

Moments later, as Rollins attempted to flee the arena in his car, Ambrose —in true slasher movie fashion— emerged from Mr. Money in the Bank’s trunk and continued the pummeling. Rollins ultimately escaped the onslaught, but only barely.

Even though Rollins technically emerged victorious from WWE Battleground, The Authority’s “Plan B” hardly looked like a winner as he fled into the night. As for Ambrose, the unhinged Lunatic Fringe was left unsatisfied, and will no doubt continue his ongoing mission to prevent his former “brother” from cashing in his coveted Money in the Bank contract — or from being safe from him anywhere ever again.

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Jul 19 14
Published by Jen, Filed in Articles, WWE

WWE.com have the staff predictions up on the outcome of Sundays match, personally I have to say I’m with Joey Styles, I think this is going to get ugly – fast. What do you think? Share your thoughts on our Twitter or in Comments!

@JoeyStyles: There is just too much mutual animosity between these former Shield teammates for this match not to end in a double count-out, double disqualification or even a no-contest if they get their hands on each other before the opening bell rings. Seth Rollins vs. Dean Ambrose is a very personal issue that needs to see these two locked in a steel cage so they can unleash their animalistic attacks in unfettered fashion. Until such time, no clear cut winner will emerge victorious. Winner: n/a

@HowardFinkel: I’m looking forward to seeing this match. These two know each other very well — perhaps too well. Yet, for me, I will give the nod to Ambrose, strictly because I truly believe that he wants Rollins more than Seth wants him. It’s that simple. WINNER: Dean Ambrose

Ryan Murphy: Is it strange that I’m concerned for Seth Rollins’ wellbeing? Sure, he’s sleazy, but he’s young and über talented and I hate the thought that Dean Ambrose is going to take five years off his career with the beating he gives him at WWE Battleground. That being said, Rollins asked for this. And if you poke a pit bull with a stick, you better be ready to get bit. WINNER: Dean Ambrose

James Wortman: Oh, man. How good is this going to be? This confrontation won’t be for the faint of heart, with The Lunatic Fringe embracing his more hardcore tendencies since ditching his tactical gear. Even though Ambrose suffered a debilitating backstage attack on Raw, the brawler seems to use his pain as a power source. Dirty Deeds await Rollins, who, despite his alignment with The Authority, won’t be able to match the ferocity of his former brother. WINNER: Dean Ambrose

John Clapp: In this likely “Match of the Night” contender, I fully anticipate an unhinged Ambrose, injured or not, redlining his engine and throwing caution to the wind from the word “go.” It’d be impossible for Rollins to not get flustered, but he’s called The Architect for a reason. The man’s a strategist, and by hook or by crook, he’s walking away with the win. WINNER: Seth Rollins

Dean Ambrose: 3, Seth Rollins: 1

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

After his brutal beat down on Monday night RAW, Ambrose was left shaken but not remotely stirred as he stormed on to Smackdown with a very concise message in mind. Taking to the mic out in the ring he addresses Seth Rollins and his Authority Goons and asks him once again: Is that all you’ve got? He obviously can’t take him out by himself, he had to get his little buddies together to help him out. Dean says he’s sick of hearing Rollins get called the Brains of The Shield when he really isn’t all that smart. You don’t anger a man like Ambrose and expect to get away with it. He’s no genius if he thinks a 3 on 1 beat down will keep him from destroying him at Battleground.

Rollins interrupts, answering his callout from the safety of the Titantron. Telling him Dean doesn’t get it, he’s so talented but he’s nothing without Rollins (psh) and he’s a babbling lunatic destined for an insane asylum. He has more guts than brains. Rollins tells him the match on Sunday, Shield Vs Shield, will be the biggest draw of the Pay Per View. He’d like nothing more than to come down and curb stomp his face in to the mat again but he can’t, he tweaked his knee on Monday.

Boo Hoo. Ambrose calls him out on that and says he just sounds scared. He should be scared, he should make his Daddy proud and come down and face his beating like a man. Rollins laughs at him and tells him he’ll get a chance to prove how tough he is, Dean does have a match tonight. But it’s against Kane. As if something like that is going to make Dean blink.

Later on in the night Dean marches to the ring to take on the big red demon and as the monster makes his entrance Dean attacks right off the bat, not letting him get started. However Kane stops him in his tracks as he tries to dive through the ropes, slapping him in the face. The match really gets underway and instantly Kane goes to work on Dean’s shoulder. Grounding him and twisting him up, then working him over on the ropes. The shoulders like a big fat target and Kane isn’t about to let it go in a hurry. However a DDT executed from the top turnbuckle by Ambrose swings the momentum back in his favor. The adrenaline pumping, Ambrose goes on the attack, getting Kane on the run and knocking him to the outside. Another Suicide Dive connects this time, however Dean lands on his shoulder and isn’t to his feet quick enough as Kane takes control back, sending Dean slamming in to the steal steps. He then attempts to Tombstone him upon them but Ambrose manages to wriggle out and send Kane face first in to the post.

Just as Ambrose looks to be taking the advantage back, Seth Rollins attacks from behind. Striking Dean in the back of the head with the Briefcase and throwing him in to the ring. Dean attempts to fightback as the Steps are hauled in to the ring, but Kane hits him with a chokeslam. Seth grabs his face and sets him up on the steps, mocking him before hitting him with the Curb Stomp on the steel. Dean left down and out.. again. As Seth stands tall with his precious briefcase.

Revenge is just going to be that much sweeter.

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Jul 16 14
Published by Jen, Filed in Articles, CZW, WWE

WWE.com have a major article up on their site covering Dean’s career so far, spanning time before he entered the WWE as well. It’s definitely worth a read!
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Oh look, there’s Dean Ambrose, right in the middle of a bombed-out wrestling ring set up in some nondescript Northeastern field. Could be Pennsylvania, but who knows: Civilization is nowhere to be found in any sense of the word. Glass, barbed wire, a cheeseburger deluxe and spots of red pepper the scene — the remnants of a 15-minute bar fight posing as a wrestling match, while a sparse but energetic crowd foams at the mouth for the carnage to continue. You half expect Caesar to appear and give the thumbs-down at any given moment.

The Lunatic Fringe himself — his face already looking like he went bobbing for apples in a can of red paint — is currently experiencing the most uniquely traumatic of head injuries following an assault by electric saw. The crowd goes nuts as it happens, and Ambrose jolts to his feet when the deed is done, limbs flailing like he’s been struck by lightning. A few moments later, a dazed Ambrose will be forced to his knees and suffer a second attack from the saw. He’ll win in a few minutes with a roll-up that seems incredibly underwhelming given all that preceded it and he’ll stumble through the grass in search of an ambulance or makeshift triage unit, whichever he finds first, leaving a trail of crimson in his ungainly wake. And it’s only his first match of the day. And, it’s not even the worst thing that’s happened to him.

“[There was one match] where I literally started doing the mathematical equation of like, ‘I’m bleeding way too fast and I have another 15 minutes or so left in this match, and at this rate I will probably pass out and I might die, so I better hurry up and get this match over with,” said Ambrose to WWE.com.

I was a little bored of regular old wrestling.A mere three years before he’d appear on the scene in WWE, matches like this were a typical day at the office for The Lunatic Fringe. One of the last — and, potentially, most notorious — deathmatch veterans still standing, Ambrose came to WWE by way of a path of destruction usually reserved for Biblical plagues or one-man wrecking crews.

There are, to be perfectly honest, a lot of genuinely unsettling things about this part of the Dean Ambrose story. But perhaps the most disquieting aspect is that Ambrose — trained at the reputable Heartland Wrestling Association in Cincinnati — didn’t need to do any of it. He had the tools, he had the skills, and if he wanted to, had the opportunity to avoid rolling around in barbed wire for $20 a night — a practice he refers to in conversation as “that” or “all that” — a free hot dog and a piece of the merch stand.

So why, Dean Ambrose, did you do it?

“I was a little bored of regular old wrestling,” said Ambrose. “I started dabbling my foot in that because I was bored.”
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Jul 15 14
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, RAW Results, Videos, WWE

The show started out with Roman Reigns and John Cena getting in one anothers faces about the upcoming match on Sunday, despite the fact they’re meant to be teaming with Ambrose in a 6 Man Tag against Rollins, Orton and Kane in the RAW Main Event. The posturing is interrupted however, by Ambrose backstage on the Titantron, telling them he understands the testosterone driven competitiveness but this really isn’t the time. They have a major match coming up and while the Authority always have a plan, he has a plan of his own. Its called “Operation Screw The Authority” – Catchy, I like it. This operation starts when they all stop bickering, get it together and go kick their asses.

It’s at this point Dean realizes he’s not alone. The shadow of Kane looming over one shoulder while Rollins creeps up at the other. Never one to shy from a fight, Dean launches in to them first! Attacking with fists flying, only for Orton to interject and utterly outnumber him. Dean takes his beating like a man, though. Thrown from wall to Garage door to floor, he defiantly laughs at them and asks if that’s all they’ve got? Rollins answers with a Curbstomp to the back of Deans head, leaving him out cold.

It’s announced later in the night that Dean was taken to a medical facility and would not be participating in the Main Event. However, we’re sure he’ll be fine for Sunday.

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