TWISTED, DETERMINED & RELENTLESS
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!
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WWE.com review this week due to being plagued by migraines, boo, hiss. Sorry about that!

Dean Ambrose and fellow Money in the Bank Contract Ladder Match competitor Bad News Barrett traded hard-hitting strikes in SmackDown’s opening bout. With the Money in the Bank briefcase hanging high above the ring, it was The Lunatic Fringe who ultimately stood tall, using Dirty Deeds to silence the British brawler.

As the smoke cleared, a third Ladder Match participant, Jack Swagger, emerged and attacked the war-torn Barrett – an attack that resulted in a separated shoulder for the tough titleholder. Not one to shy away from a fight, a ravenous Ambrose hurled himself onto The Real American and quickly incorporated the ladder. Just as the unhinged Superstar was getting the better of the writhing Swagger, however, Seth Rollins launched a sneak attack on his former “business associate” that ended with a coldhearted Curb Stomp.

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June 28th, 2014


Another week another RAW and Triple H takes to the ring to announce the participants in the Money in the Bank contract match at the weekends Pay Per View. Of course, Ambrose isn’t among the contenders, after all why would Triple H risk humiliating his new boy toy Rollins? No, wouldn’t want to do that. However, as Rollins gets in to a one on one bout against fellow contender Rob Van Dam, Ambrose decides he has a little something to say about this situation.

Crashing the match, Ambrose viciously attacks Rollins and drags him to the outside, continuing his assault until officials pull him away. However that doesn’t keep him at bay and as Rollins begins to get to his feet, Ambrose charges again. Bolting over the announce desk and launching himself at his former friend. Again Officials drag him away and Rollins scrambles to his feet and escapes up the ramp. Ambrose gets in to the ring and grabs a mic. The message is clear; Put him in the Money in the Bank match or he’ll just show up anyway, not only will he show up, he’ll gate crash the entire Pay Per View and destroy the match. Simple as that.

Message heard loud and clear. Backstage, Rollins goes to Triple H and claims he knows how to handle Ambrose and asks him to put him in the match as well. Triple H grants the request. Dean is heading toward a WWE Heavyweight Championship shot… or, Seths head on a spike. Either or.

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June 24th, 2014


The war heats up on Smackdown as Seth Rollins takes on Kofi Kingston in a one on one bout and comes out with a convincing win, he immediately begins to mouth off about being in the Money in the Bank match only to be silenced by Ambrose. Appearing on the titantron somewhere backstage, Ambrose tells Seth to be quiet and just listen – it’s about time he stopped letting Rollins think he could do a promo. Dean tells Rollins to be on his toes and to watch his back, because he’s coming for him. He won’t know when, he won’t know where, but it’ll be soon. Seth tries to make a comeback with idle threats, but Dean tells him to shut up and stop pretending. After he’s done with Kane tonight, he’s going to focus all of his energy on hunting down Rollins. Rollins and Kane will both have plenty to talk about when they’re sent back where they belong.. Hell.

Later on in the night Rollins comes out to sit on commentary while Dean takes on the ‘Demon’, Kane. Ambrose is quick on the attack and launches himself at Kane as the bells rung. Getting Kane on the run quickly which is a hard task to accomplish. Kane of course fights back, but Dean remains his relentless, hate fueled self and seems to have the match in hand with a couple of pinfall attempts. Until Rollins make’s his presence felt. Distracting Dean once again, however this time Dean dodges an attack from Kane and sends him flying over the ropes, only to launch himself right over after him. With Kane down, Dean turns his attention to Rollins. Leaping the announce desk and assaulting his former ‘business partner’ then getting back on the desk to return his focus to Kane. However he’s caught and slammed down to the outside mat. Ouch. Rolled back in to the ring, Dean finds himself on the receiving end of a chokeslam.. and it’s lights out.

Rollins gets back in to the ring to gloat over another successful distraction and as Dean tries to pick himself up, Rollins hits him with his curb stomp and leaves him down and out. Are emotions getting the better of him?

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June 21st, 2014

WWE have released Dean’s Titantron video, check it out above!

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June 20th, 2014


Friday the 13th is unlucky for some, but Ambrose and Reigns came to the ring intent on making it a bad night for Rollins and co. Taking to the mic to open the show, Ambrose once again reminded us of Rollins’ treachery. Asking Triple H if he really thinks he’s stacked the deck against them? That’s not going to happen, they’re going to flip the table over and come for his throne. As for his former ‘Business Partner’ Seth Rollins, he’s shutting down the Seth Rollins business for good. Handing over the mic to Reigns, Reigns issues a warning to Randy Orton. As the threats made, Triple H interrupts them on the titantron, revealing that Ambrose will be in a match against Bray Wyatt later on in the night for a chance to qualify to be a participant in the WWE Championship match at Money in the Bank. He also puts Reigns in to a match against Wade Barrett, with Dean banned from ringside. Typical.

Reigns wins his bout even after 3MB are sent out to try and take him out. Later on in the night Ambrose comes to the ring to take on Bray Wyatt. Its like Crazy Vs Crazier and I’m not sure which is which, but the bout is brutal from the get go. While Bray takes a cheap shot start, Ambrose quickly fires back and goes on a relentless attack. However Bray turns the tides with a nasty slam in to the ring apron, hurting Dean’s shoulder. Bray’s like a rabid dog with a bone and goes after that hurting shoulder, however after numerous pin attempts Dean simply refuses to stay down. His crazy chip kicks in and he begins to taunt Bray, telling him to hit him. Wyatt seems amused by this and they trade blows back and forth until finally Dean snaps and hits his Dirty Deeds Headlock Driver on Wyatt! With the match seemingly won, Seth Rollins suddenly appears, distracting Dean his impulsive nature takes hold and he goes after his former partner. Rollins makes him chase him round the ring and back in to it.. but straight in to a ‘Sister Abigail’ from Wyatt. Deans down for the three count thanks to Rollins’ interference. He’ll pay for that.

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June 14th, 2014



In the wake of Seth Rollins betrayal it seems the two remaining members of The Shield went to ground for the remainder of the week, the WWE Universe seeing hide nor hair of them as they went to regroup and collect their thoughts. Well consider their thoughts collected. Ambrose and Reigns took RAW by throat this week and it’s unlikely they’ll let go any time soon.

As 3MB took to the ring Ambrose and Reigns saw their moment to strike. Obviously fueled by rage, kicking the holy hell out of someone is only going to help you feel better. They tear through all three members of 3MB in record time and then take control of the ring, Ambrose with a mic in his hand. After taking a few moments to try and compose himself, he finally unleashes a tirade of truly epic proportions.. enough to turn the rest of Rollins’ hair white, if you ask me. He says that The Shield was untouchable and would go down in history as one of the greatest groups in sports entertainment ever. They dominated, they beat everybody, including Evolution. But they weren’t healthy – they had a cancer inside of them little did they know. That cancers name? Seth Rollins.

He accuses Seth of being a sell out, a suck up and the kind of man that would stab his brother in the back. The history books are full of those. Then come the threats. I can’t say it any better than the man himself so here it is, in quotes: “When I get the opportunity to rearrange your face – which I will. Your nose isn’t going to be here anymore it’s gonna be over here, by your ear. I say ear because you’re only going to have one left. I’m going to rip your dirty, stinking hair out by the roots, I’m gonna stuff it in your mouth there’ll be plenty of room where your teeth used to be. Seth Rollins, my brother, you are scum. We are looking forward to what that scum has to say tonight. We want you to stand out here in this ring in front of the whole world and lie through your teeth. We want you stand in the middle of this ring in front of the whole world and we want them to hear Triple H’s words coming out of your mouth. We’re gonna listen to every word of it. And then we’re gonna beat the hell outta you.”

Well, if I was Seth Rollins I’d be booking the first flight out of town. Roman Reigns adds to the tirade, telling Seth theres 3 things you don’t do in life. You don’t tug on Supermans cape, you don’t piss in to the wind and you don’t stab your brothers in the back! But Rollins is just part of the problem. He’s going to take Randy Orton from the Face of the Company, to the Ass of the company. Then he’s coming for Triple H.. The King of Kings.. and they’re going to have their own Game of Thrones. Kudos for the reference, big man!

Later on in the night Seth Rollins is interviewed by Michael Cole and offers a flimsy explanation for his actions. He says he’s the mastermind, that without him Dean would be face down in a ditch within a week and Reigns wasn’t bright enough to pull this off. He says Ambrose and Reigns were never brothers, but business partners. Business partners he severed ties to. That all the times he said ‘Believe in the Shield’ what he meant was ‘Believe in Seth Rollins’. Ambrose and Reigns make good on their promise to listen and then attack, charging the ring only for the Wyatt Family to intervene. Ambrose and Reigns barely get their hands on Rollins before he tucks his tail between his legs and runs for the hills, leaving them to deal with The Wyatts. However its John Cena to the rescue and they clean the Wyatts out. Ambrose & Reigns finding their Tag Partner for the Main Event.

As it rolls around, Ambrose and Reigns are still on a tear and with John Cena backing them up, they battle to victory. Proving to the fans and The Authority alike, that The Shield is far from dead. Like Ambrose said back in FCW – I think you’re going to have to run them over with a car to get rid of them, Sunshine.

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June 10th, 2014


At Payback The Shield took down Evolution in a clean sweep and established themselves as the most dominant force in the WWE, perhaps the most dominant stable in the history of the company. Staking their collective claim on the future – who in their right minds would try to stop them? Over the past year and a half The Shield have torn through the roster on an unstoppable path, taking out legends, heroes and anybody else that stood in their way. It had become pretty obvious no outside force was ever going to break them. The only way The Shield would end would be a fracture on the inside. Oh dear.

At the start of RAW Evolution has a meeting in the ring and an infuriated Triple H demands another round against The Shield. He refuses to lose, he doesn’t lose, not ever. At this, Batista calls time. Telling him he’s sick of false promises and chasing around after The Shield. Batista quits! Evolution it seems, are done. Later on backstage Randy Orton is stopped by Renee Young and asked about the end of Evolution. He says it’s not over, he has a match later against Roman Reigns.

As the Main Event rolls around, the victorious Hounds of Justice come to the ring at Romans side, taking to the mics Ambrose jokingly asks the crowd how they look. They might be beat up and bruised but they’re unstoppable. When the napalm settled, they had once again done exactly what they’d said they’d do: Dominate. Rollins picks up and says The Shield adapted while Evolution perished. That the whole world had witnessed Evolutions implosion earlier in the night, that even though they were great, last night they were not ‘one’ like The Shield. In the end they were just three strangers who happened to be on the same side of the ring. Roman takes the mic and says that Evolution aren’t brothers, not like The Shield. The Shield are brothers. With that, he calls out Orton.

Answering the call, Randy Orton and Triple H come to the ring, Triple H with a sledgehammer over his shoulder. Rollins quickly goes to get chairs from ringside and gets back in the ring as Triple H addresses them. His message is simple: He doesn’t lose. Theres always a plan B.

With that, Seth Rollins strikes Roman Reigns with a steel chair. The chairshot heard around the world. A Stunned Ambrose stares at his friend and ‘brother’ and puts the pieces reluctantly together, surging forward to attack in true Ambrose style, but Rollins is armed and the chair gets put to further use. Rollins going on a relentless assault against his now former partners. Beating down Ambrose and Reigns until they’re motionless. He then strikes Ambrose with his Curb Stomp finisher on a chair, finally leaving the ring to join Evolution at their sides. Randy takes his turn, getting in the ring and battering Reigns with further shots. As the show closes out, Evolution and Rollins and stand over Ambrose and Reigns. Betrayed. Triple H simply mouths ‘I win’. The Shield are no more. But heres a question for you, Rollins: What man would willingly go from a Knight to a Pawn?

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June 3rd, 2014


Congratulations to the boys on the biggest win of their careers so far. With Evolution well and truly put out to pasture it would seem The Shield are the new measuring stick in the WWE. I don’t think there’s very much left to prove, they now take their place as the standard.. and I’m guessing all will have to pass through them in the future. Heres the match review from WWE.com!

CHICAGO — Funny thing about the future — it has a way of becoming the past.

A decade ago, Triple H, Batista and Randy Orton — alongside Ric Flair — embodied the past, present and future of sports-entertainment all at once. They adopted the name Evolution for that very reason, which at the time was bad ass, but, in the wake of the events in Chicago, feels like a cosmic joke. At Payback, Evolution was the very thing that caught up with the collective of former World Champions, and it came in the form of three younger men in flak jackets and combat boots. In a No Holds Barred Elimination Match, The Shield beat the once unstoppable faction, sweeping their side completely in a lopsided three-to-zero victory that clearly illustrated which side adapted and which would perish.

Natural selection is never a pretty thing and that was certainly true here. When a match spills into the audience within the first minute of action, you know you’re in for a barnburner. And that’s what the rowdy Second City faithful got as WWE cameras struggled to keep up with three separate brawls in separate pockets of the arena — Reigns and Batista at the top of the entrance ramp, Ambrose and Orton at ringside and Rollins and Triple H slugging it out within an eyelash of fans. Eventually the six Superstars took a moment to breathe with each side manning their positions on opposite sides of the ring. There was a brief moment of strategic gamesmanship here — you could almost compare it to a chess game if chess was played by whipping the pieces at your opponent as hard you possibly can.

The advantage was The Shield’s at this point. Evolution may have been the better team to a man — more championships, more experience, more accomplishments — but The Shield was the better team, period. And the way they cut off Triple H in their respective corner and took turns teeing off on him (including Rollins busting out the late Eddie Guerrero’s Three Amigos triple suplex on him) highlighted that. But then the fight got ugly and Evolution showed what made them Evolution. Batista massacred Ambrose on the outside of the ring, pinballing him off the barricades with utter disdain. Somewhere in the Allstate Arena, Triple H knocked Rollins out cold with a piece of television equipment. With his partners both compromised, Reigns was left at the mercy of Evolution. Here was veteran wisdom on full display: they singled out The Shield’s strongest member, and then took him out with his own maneuver — a Triple Powerbomb through the Spanish announce table.

Ambrose and Rollins valiantly threw themselves back into the fight, but they would be neutralized again when Evolution unloaded on them with steel chairs at the top of the entrance ramp. A Pedigree from Triple H to Rollins on a chair on the concrete floor all but nullified The Architect. Back in the ring, Reigns found himself alone with Evolution once again — certainly no accident. At this point, Batista, Orton and Triple H made it clear that they weren’t just looking for victory — they were going to make a statement. Like three medieval sadists, they stripped Reigns off his flak jacket and shirt, laid him across the steel ring steps like a human sacrifice and took turns tearing up his back with kendo sticks. Reigns mustered a comeback by nailing Orton with a Superman Punch from the steps, but Evolution managed to put him down again. The numbers game — a term so often applied to The Shield — was continually used to describe Evolution in this bout.

When the fight made it to the top of the entrance ramp once again, Orton hit Ambrose with his draping DDT on the concrete floor. With that, all hope seemed to be lost for The Shield. And then Seth Rollins did it again. Materializing from out of thin air, The Mechanic flung himself from the top of the Payback entrance ramp set — in an act of mayhem reminiscent of his crowd dive at Extreme Rules — and took out all three members of Evolution at once.

Bang. That was the shot of adrenaline The Hounds of Justice needed.

From there, all six Superstars crawled — literally crawled — back to the ring where guys started dropping like teenagers in a “Friday the 13th” flick. Batista was the first to go after allowing Rollins to escape a Batista Bomb and getting speared into next week by Reigns. Rollins was almost next after an RKO from Orton, but Reigns once again saved his partner. The Viper went after that, taken out by Dirty Deeds from Ambrose onto a steel chair. Batista and Orton didn’t leave quietly, however. Orton slipped the sledgehammer to The Game, which Triple H used to turn out Ambrose’s lights. When he looked to do the same to Reigns, he turned his attention away from Rollins, who came off the top rope with a knee to The Game’s head. A second later, Reigns erupted out of the corner with another spear to pin Triple H and see The Shield score a clean sweep on Evolution.

And that was it. The takeaway? Experience can top a lot of things, but it can’t top hunger. And the growl of empty, insatiable bellies is what drove Rollins, Reigns and Ambrose to eat a buffet of former World Champions alive at Payback in Chicago. More than that? Be careful when choosing the name of your faction. It may come back to haunt you.

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June 2nd, 2014


The Shield kicked off Smackdown with one final message for the apparently absent Evolution. Rollins starting things out by saying that what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger and in the case of The Shield they’re stronger and angrier than ever. After what happened on RAW, they’re certainly more focused. After a video recap Dean takes to the mic and tells Evolution it doesn’t matter what they do – beat them up, leave them laying, hit them with a sledgehammer in the head.. whatever, they’ll just keep getting right back up again. They don’t care, they just keep coming. At Payback the match is ‘anything goes’ and that means Evolution is going to find out just how far The Shield are willing to go to get the job done. I wouldn’t want to be in Evolutions shoes right now, not if you’ve followed Dean and Rollins through the indies. It’s about to get ugly.

Rollins takes over and reminds everybody the match is an elimination match, which means it could come down to just Triple H against all three members of The Shield. That could become a massacre. Last but not least, Reigns promises that Triple Powerbombing him on RAW was a big mistake. On Sunday they’re going to use every table, chair, kendo stick, kitchen sink they can. Evolution are about to become extinct.

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May 31st, 2014


After chasing Evolution across Europe for the past two weeks, The Shield return to the US still hot on their heels and this time attend their first contract signing for the match at Payback. You hear the words ‘Contract Signing’ in a WWE setting it’s pretty safe to say you better pack a lunch because it’s going to be a long day, I can think of around zero contract signings that have ended well in the history of the company. The Shield come to the nicely set up ring in no mood for niceties, so much so, Roman swiftly clears the office furniture set up while Dean addresses Evolution – yet to show their faces. Dean claims tonight is historic because it’s the last time we’ll ever see The Shield and Evolution in the same ring on RAW, at Payback one team isn’t just going to be eliminated from the match – Evolution is going to be eliminated from the face of the earth. Strong words, but when have The Shield ever not backed them up?

As Roman continues his ring clearance, Rollins takes over the mic and labels the signing ‘nonsense’, declaring they should just get down to business. Before he can sign the contract however, Evolution interrupt. Triple H telling them that if they sign it it’ll be the last time we ever see The Shield on RAW. He says it’s a shame, he’s a great judge of talent and he’d regarded The Shield to be the future of the business. But now he was watching them sign their dreams away – did they really want that?

Rollins signs, handing the pen to Ambrose he (after a brief fight with the pen) scratches his name down on the dotted line. Romans last and he throws the contract at Triple H’s feet. The Boss picks it up and Evolution sign, Triple H once again reminding everybody that The Shield are done for, only for Roman to tell him to shut up! Get in the ring and fight. Evolution quickly confront The Shield and the showdown is on. Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns temporarily get the upper hand however when Triple H introduces his ‘great equalizer’ – his sledgehammer – the tides turn. Ambrose and Rollins both put down in the ring, they drag Reigns out to the announce table and add insult to injury, Triple Powerbombing him through the desk. Evolution standing tall on the eve of Payback. What a b****.

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