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Noted Ring Names: Dean Ambrose, Jon Moxley
From: Cincinnati, Ohio
Date of Birth: December 7, 1985
Wrestling Debut: 2005
WWE Debut: Survivor Series 2012
WWE Titles Held: WWE World Heavyweight Championship, United States Championship, Intercontinental Championship (x2), WWE RAW Tag Team Championship (w/Seth Rollins)
Mini Biography: Dean Ambrose started his career back in 2004 under the name of Jon Moxley. Earning high praise from independent companies around the world, he became a household name for the hardcore, holding championship gold in companies such as Combat Zone Wrestling. With his name capturing the attention of wrestling fans across the globe, Jon soon earned a developmental contract with the WWE. He then took on the name of Dean Ambrose and began the process of cementing his name in stone. Feuding with William Regal and Seth Rollins most notably on NXT, Ambrose went on to make his much anticipated main roster debut at Survivor Series 2012, coming in alongside Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns to make a massive impact in the main event, aiding CM Punk in retaining his WWE Championship. The Shield tore an unstoppable path through the WWE for over a year before going their separate ways and into singles competition. Dean first went after Shield traitor Seth Rollins for revenge, and then on to win Intercontinental and WWE World Heavyweight Gold. Described as “Fearless, wild and always unpredictable” as well as a “world class competitor and infamous troublemaker” – Dean Ambrose is the star to watch!
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Sep 17 18
Published by Kat, Filed in Pay Per View Results, WWE

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

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

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

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

Winner: Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Nov 20 17
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Pay Per View Results, Videos, WWE


After weeks of tensions The Shield finally unleashed hell in full force at Survivor Series, and it was The New Day that suffered the consequences of awakening the three headed beast. Well they say be careful what you wish for and The New Day sure thought they had the upper hand over The Shield going in. But Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns proved their bond was as strong as ever and took the ‘brotherhood’ of New Day past its limit and to defeat. Picking up the first win for Team RAW for the night – and proud of it. Here’s what WWE.com had to say!

Five years after The Shield’s debut, Raw Superstars Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose proved that they’re still the most dominant trio in WWE, defeating SmackDown LIVE’s The New Day in the opening match of Survivor Series 2017.

A sold-out crowd packed inside Houston’s Toyota Center witnessed a dream match that set the visceral tone for the rest of the night’s head-to-head battles for brand supremacy. In the early goings, it was Ambrose — a Superstar more than accustomed to absorbing massive amounts of bodily harm — who sustained the most damage as Xavier Woods, Kofi Kingston & Big E isolated The Lunatic Fringe and hit him with two successive Unicorn Stampedes and a massive Big E spear through the ropes and to the floor. However, neither Ambrose nor his Shield brothers would stand down in defense of the red brand.

Faced with an unrelenting trio of foes, The New Day was forced to get even more creative than usual. As Ambrose lay supine on the canvas — once again separated from his then-incapacitated Shield brothers — Kingston climbed to the top rope, Woods hoisted E onto his shoulders, helping The Dreadlocked Dynamo leapfrog over his New Day allies for a punishing splash onto Ambrose. For good measure, Big E leapt onto The Lunatic Fringe himself, crushing Ambrose’s ribs with his 285-pound frame.

When an exhausted Rollins attempted to intervene, E scooped up Rollins and Ambrose, hitting the former Raw Tag Team Champions with a double Midnight Hour that seemed to seal the victory for The New Day and SmackDown LIVE. Enter: The Big Dog.

Returning to the fray after being laid out at ringside, Reigns hit Big E with a thunderous Spear that made landfall on top of the pin attempt, breaking the count. A brawl between both frustrated factions ensued, and a Spear to Kingston led many to believe that The Shield’s signature Triple Powerbomb was on the horizon. Reigns, however, had other ideas, going up to the middle rope instead of getting into his usual position for the move. Ambrose and Rollins got the message, and the reunited Hounds of Justice ended the dream match in nightmarish fashion for Kingston, who suffered an impressive (and impactful) Super Triple Powerbomb. Ambrose scored the pinfall over Kingston, and Raw stood triumphant.

After weeks of sieges and psychological warfare, it was The Shield who scored Raw’s first victory over SmackDown LIVE at Survivor Series. Believe that.

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Oct 23 17
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Pay Per View Results, Videos, WWE


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Coming in to TLC, Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins already had the odds stacked against them. A 5 on 3 handicap match in one of the most dangerous environments possible. Then just days before the match, the third of their team – Roman Reigns – is struck down with illness. Dean and Seth face 5 on 2 odds and are willing to let it go down like that, except Kurt Angle offers to step in off of an 11 year hiatus and help them out. Something that angers Miz even more. So for one night only, Kurt Angle becomes an honorary member of The Shield, and he looks pretty good in black!

Despite having all of the odds against them, they emerge victorious after a long and brutal battle that saw Dean and Seth literally fighting for their lives. TLC remains The Shields Pay Per View, even if they were down a Big Dog. Here’s what WWE.com had to say!

Kurt Angle & Raw Tag Team Champions Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins def. Intercontinental Champion The Miz, Cesaro, Sheamus, Braun Strowman & Kane (3-on-5 Handicap Tables, Ladders and Chairs Match)
It wasn’t just the vest, or the fact that he entered the ring through the crowd with Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins. Kurt Angle, acting as an “honorary member of The Shield” in his first WWE match in 11 years, proved as natural a fit for The Hounds of Justice as the sidelined Roman Reigns in the epic 5-on-3 Handicap Tables, Ladders & Chairs Match that pit the impromptu trio against the all-star squad of The Miz, Cesaro, Sheamus, Braun Strowman & Kane, helping guide the brothers in black to a winning effort in the chaotic match.

Despite being on the short end of the contest’s handicap, Angle leaned heavily into the first of his legendary Three I’s (“Intensity”) in his early offense while Ambrose & Rollins threw caution to the wind by leaping off of ladders with a Frog Splash-elbow drop combo that drove Strowman and Kane through the announce tables. Angle singlehandedly took his opponents apart with suplexes to Miz and Cesaro and an Ankle Lock attempt to Kane, but rust still turned The Olympic Hero into the de facto weak link of the group. That made him ripe pickings for Strowman, who thinned The Shield’s ranks by hitting him with a Running Powerslam through a table that brought out a crew of trainers to take Angle to the back.

With a 5-on-2 advantage, the only thing that could have stopped Miz’s crew at this point was themselves — and it seemed like that would happen when Kane accidentally blasted Strowman with a chair, setting off an intense showdown between the two dominant big men. Miz quickly got his team back on track, bringing in a garbage truck to literalize his pre-match promise to treat The Shield and Angle like “garbage.”

Ambrose & Rollins managed to fight out of the truck’s bed and prepared to take Kane out with a double suplex through a table, which Strowman quickly broke up … and The Big Red Machine paid Braun back by chokeslamming him through the stage and releasing a deluge of chairs from the ceiling onto him. Strowman soon stirred to life, but with a loose cannon among them, The Miz, The Bar and Kane had no choice but to throw The Monster Among Men into the garbage truck, close the bed on him and have him driven away.

Still sitting pretty at 4-on-2, The Miz and his cohorts were all but certain to walk away victorious, with The Big Red Machine inches from Tombstoning Ambrose into the dirt. And then Angle returned with a glint in his eye and ice in his veins. The four-time WWE Champion singlehandedly dismantled The Bar with a pair of Angle Slams — Cesaro’s through a table — while Ambrose & Rollins took Kane out with a double Spear through the barricade.

The Miz, now left alone with his General Manager, showed unexpected grit by administering a Skull-Crushing Finale for a two-count and then escaping an Ankle Lock. But when the Raw Tag Team Champions returned to circle The A-Lister, what came next was all but a foregone conclusion: Ripcord Knee, Dirty Deeds, and Angle Slam, followed by a ring-shaking Triple Powerbomb with Angle covering Miz for the pinfall.

Seventeen years to the day after winning his first WWE Title in this same building, Kurt Angle has returned, and in a match where Ambrose & Rollins vowed to go out on their shields, your Olympic Hotel-Echo-Romeo-Oscar instead rode to glory on his. Oh, it’s true.

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Sep 25 17
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Pay Per View Results, Videos, WWE


A hard fought and definitely bloody victory for Dean and Seth tonight, as they defeat ‘The Bar’ Cesaro and Sheamus by the skin of Cesaro’s teeth – we’re not kidding. Both teams brought their A Game in the show stealing match of the night, and despite the best attempts of Cesaro and Sheamus to put Dean down, they weren’t able. He battled through sharpshooters and crossfaces and having Seth Rollins Power Bombed on top of him, to eventually hit Dirty Deeds off of Rollins’ high knee and take the win – and the championships – back home. Here’s what WWE.com had to say!

Raw Tag Team Champions Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins def. Cesaro & Sheamus
Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins didn’t just set the bar. They cleared “The Bar.”

The reigning Raw Tag Team Champions extended their once-unfathomable union a little longer by fending off Cesaro & Sheamus, who had been claiming for weeks that the former Shield-mates would only work together up to a certain point. Some shenanigans on Monday proved the champs weren’t beyond losing a match, and they certainly weren’t without their hiccups at WWE No Mercy either, but they didn’t compete like a team whose chemistry had an expiration date.

If anything did put the champions at a disadvantage, it was the rabid opening spurt from Ambrose, who literally came out swinging and was repaid in kind by Cesaro, who Cesaro Swung him straight into the steel steps. The ensuing shoulder injury nearly doomed The Lunatic Fringe before the match began; The Swiss Cyborg brutalized him to such a degree that it seemed as though referee John Cone was about to throw hands against the challenger himself.

To Cone’s relief, Cesaro quickly tagged out, but the appearance of Sheamus provided no such respite for The Lunatic Fringe. The challengers quickly alternated between Cesaro’s joint manipulation and Sheamus’ blunt-force clubberin’, but Ambrose found daylight by sling-shotting Cesaro into the turnbuckle with such pinpoint accuracy he knocked out both of The King of Swing’s front teeth.

The Celtic Warrior made sure the change of fortune was short-lived, delivering three consecutive Irish Curses to Rollins while Cesaro recuperated outside the ring. The challengers teed off on Rollins in increasingly ruthless fashion — Cone had to calm them down once again — until Ambrose tagged in against Sheamus and proceeded to withstand one of the most hellacious beatings ever laid on a Superstar, including a particularly gruesome sequence in which Cesaro powerbombed Rollins onto The Lunatic Fringe from off the top rope.

With The Kingslayer reduced to a writhing mess on the apron, Cesaro tagged in Sheamus and held Rollins in the ropes to witness what would be the final Brogue Kick — and then Ambrose collapsed before Sheamus could make landfall. Of course, Ambrose turned out to be playing possum, and while his small-package attempt on Sheamus didn’t quite get the job done, Rollins managed to throw off an attempted interference by Cesaro long enough to feed him into another Brogue Kick meant for The Lunatic Fringe. One combo of Rollins’ ripcord knee and Ambrose’s Dirty Deeds later, Sheamus suffered the pinfall.

Give credit where it is due: Cesaro & Sheamus can and should hold their heads high in defeat. But the night belongs to Ambrose & Rollins. Not only did they prove their reconciliation is for real, they showed their status as champions isn’t going away anytime soon. It’s the elusive run that has both legs and teeth — so to speak.

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Aug 21 17
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Pay Per View Results, Videos, WWE


Say hello to your NEW RAW Tag Team Champions! Reunite any parts of The Shield and you’ll have an unstoppable force, something Dean said over the weekend before this historic match with his former friend-turned-nemesis-turned-ally and it proved to be absolutely correct. Just like old times, Dean and Seth were able to work together as an effective, cohesive unit and get the job done, taking everything Cesaro and Sheamus had to throw at them and slapping it right back in their faces. Dean sealed the deal with Dirty Deeds, and the Tag Team Titles come home to Ambrose and Rollins.

Oh, and it’s a Grand Slam, ya’ll! Here’s what WWE.com had to say!

Believe this: Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins, brothers-turned-rivals and back, reformed their alliance and burned down “The Bar,” defeating Cesaro & Sheamus in Brooklyn’s Barclays Center to become the new Raw Tag Team Champions.

Yes, this really happened. Not only did The Lunatic Fringe successfully win tag team gold with the man he once vowed to hunt to the ends of the Earth, but the two reunited Shield-mates knocked off one of the most imposing tandems in WWE to do it. Cesaro & Sheamus held an undeniable early advantage over the challengers, bullying them around the ring and employing a tag team strategy that was all but ironclad. The Swiss Cyborg knocked Ambrose off the apron into the path of a waiting Brogue Kick, while Sheamus joined in with his partner to smash Rollins hip-first onto the arena floor.

With The Lunatic Fringe briefly kayoed, Sheamus metaphorically tore Rollins to pieces, while Cesaro leapt over the outside barricade and literally tore apart a beach ball that had been making its way through the capacity crowd. Even though Ambrose roused to life and helped get his team back in the match, “The Bar” held a narrow advantage by the skin of their fingertips. Even as Ambrose & Rollins got more and more innovative, the titles remained just beyond their reach, usually because either Cesaro or Sheamus saved the other from disaster. (The King of Swing had the biggest save of all, bailing Sheamus out of a potential double powerbomb.) Now, it was Ambrose who found himself isolated and trapped in Cesaro’s Sharpshooter after Sheamus flattened Rollins with a rolling senton to the outside. The champs took full advantage of the two-on-one, hitting a top-rope clothesline-powerbomb combo and landing a cheap shot after a brief distraction of the referee.

This wasn’t exactly overwhelming to The Lunatic Fringe, who all but dared the champions to hit him with their best shot. So, they did, setting him up for a double-team White Noise variation. But the move never hit home. Rollins repaid Ambrose’s earlier assault and rose to life, connecting with a springboard hurricanrana that hurled Cesaro into his partner, then superkicking both champs and blasting the legal man Sheamus with his ripcord knee to the face. Ambrose provided the finishing touch to The Alabaster Gladiator, hitting Dirty Deeds to break “The Bar” and win the Raw Tag Team Titles.

Given that the new titleholders celebrated their win with the old-school Shield fist bump, allow us to sum it up in the only way that feels appropriate: “November, Echo, Whiskey, Charlie, Hotel, Alpha, Mike, Papa, Sierra.”

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Jul 10 17
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If The Miz wanted to prove he can’t do anything without help then Great Balls of Fire was his night. Dean came down to the ring alone, in the face of Miz and his ‘entourage’ of three other people. The numbers game was against Dean from the get go and even though he got the jump on Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel, he just couldn’t stay ahead of the 4 on 1 advantage and with people coming at him from all angles, he was eventually defeated, the Intercontinental Championship slipping from his fingers. But his pride completely in tact.

It’s good to be The Miz: A beautiful wife, a devoted Miztourage, and, still, the Intercontinental Championship following a successful title defense against Dean Ambrose at WWE Great Balls of Fire.

Granted, Miz owes a great deal of debt to that same Miztourage, who commanded Ambrose’s attention from the jump. The Lunatic Fringe faced, essentially, a 3-on-1 disadvantage and seemed to be handling it well at first, taking out Curtis Axel and Bo Dallas after putting Miz in an early hole. But The Axe Man’s presence distracted Ambrose enough for Miz to reclaim the advantage, and The A-Lister held that lead for minutes on end before The Lunatic Fringe mustered up the energy to respond.

The Awesome One quickly answered back, busting Ambrose’s mouth open before battering his knee in the Tree of Woe in order to soften up the No. 1 contender for the Figure-Four Leglock. The Lunatic Fringe not only broke the hold but quickly willed himself into a second wind, goading The Miz into an uncharacteristically aggressive charge that landed the champion square in the path of an elbow drop.

Maryse and The Miztourage immediately entered the fray, with the former distracting the ref while the latter pulled The Lunatic Fringe out of the ring. Ambrose rallied to take out Miz and Miztourage with an elbow drop and land Dirty Deeds, but Maryse placed her husband’s foot on the ropes to break up the pinfall. Ambrose instantly followed up with a suicide dive, and The Miztourage again interjected when Axel climbed onto the apron and was instantly tossed aside by Ambrose. This distracted the ref, however, which allowed Dallas to hammer Dean in the back of the head, staggering The Lunatic Fringe into a match-ending Skull-Crushing Finale.

So, The Miz remains champion, but like any star worth his salt, it’s fair to say he’s only as good as his team. And if this match is that indication, that makes him very, very good.

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Jun 5 17
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The most Extreme night of the year, and the most Extreme Superstar on the roster figuratively had his hands tied. No, it makes no sense to us either! Dean kicked off Extreme Rules defending his Intercontinental Championship against The Miz, who managed to get a stipulation put in place where if Dean got disqualified, he also lost the Championship. Normally a DQ means a title doesn’t change hands, so this stripped Dean of his ‘Champions advantage’.. it also put the advantage squarely in Miz’s corner as he had the ever present X Factor of Maryse on his side. An X factor that would come in to play as the stakes rose and the match rolled on, the Miz told his wife to slap him in a deliberate attempt to get Dean Disqualified. The referee saw through the ruse and had Maryse thrown out, but as Maryse argued with the referee, Miz once again attempted to get Dean DQ’d by shoving him deliberately into the ref. It looked like this time the referee might indeed disqualify Dean, but as Dean pleaded with him not to do it, Miz snuck up behind him and hit the skull crushing finale, ending Deans Intercontinental Championship reign.. sometimes the odds just aren’t in your favor. Here’s what WWE.com had to say!

At WWE Extreme Rules, The Miz’s controversial tactics, combined with an accidental collision with the referee and the general commotion of an intense showdown, allowed The A-Lister to steal his seventh Intercontinental Championship.

Even before both Superstars journeyed to Raw as part of the Superstar Shake-up, The Miz made his opinion clear that Dean Ambrose is an unworthy Intercontinental Champion. And after their title match on Raw ended in a disqualification, The A-Lister convinced Raw General Manager Kurt Angle to take the championship advantage out of the equation for the rematch. At WWE Extreme Rules, if Ambrose were to get himself disqualified, he would lose his coveted title. From the beginning of his 92nd pay-per-view match, The Miz tried every trick in the book to get The Lunatic Fringe to snap or to make the referee believe that the titleholder had broken the rules. Though Miz was unsuccessful in causing Ambrose to get disqualified, the stipulation clearly took something out of his opponent’s game plan from start to finish, as The Awesome One maintained a decisive advantage throughout much of the contest.

With every minute, the battle grew more and more fierce, resulting in an injury to Ambrose’s knee and the exchange of Figure-Four Leglocks. During the height of the action, Miz once again tried to bring an end to the contest by having Maryse slap him. Rather than call for the bell, the referee kicked The Awesome One’s cunning wife out of the bout. As the official worked to get her away from ringside, the turmoil continued in the ring, and Ambrose was thrown into the referee when his back was turned. Thinking Ambrose smashed into him on purpose, the referee looked as if he was going to disqualify the titleholder. However, before he could, Miz engaged his opponent from behind and hit him with a Skull-Crushing Finale for the huge victory.

Like him or hate him, the seven-time Intercontinental Champion once again stands at the top of the mountain. But, with The Lunatic Fringe on the loose, how long can he remain there? Find out Monday night at 8/7 C on Raw.

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Apr 3 17
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Unfortunately Dean’s match was moved to the Kickoff show but that didn’t stop him living up to his word and proving to Baron Corbin he’s not to be taken lightly. Dean endured everything Corbin had to dish out, and went on to counter one of Baron’s signature moves and turn it into a Dirty Deeds to pick up the win and retain the Intercontinental Championship. Here’s what WWE.com had to say!

Since the WWE Brand Extension Draft last summer, Baron Corbin has more than lived up to his Lone Wolf nickname, meticulously stalking his prey and ascending the ranks on SmackDown LIVE. However, the hunter will have to wait a bit longer before he becomes the hunted, as Dean Ambrose was just one step ahead of him during the WrestleMania Kickoff.

The path Corbin and Ambrose took to get here was anything but magical, and their bout reflected that same ruggedness. The Lone Wolf and The Lunatic Fringe threw down in front of a capacity crowd inside the Orlando Citrus Bowl, duking it out in a contest that made this portion of The Ultimate Thrill Ride resemble a chaotic freefall on Disney Hollywood Studios’ “Twilight Zone Tower of Terror.”

Evading several major attacks from Corbin, Ambrose managed to connect with his signature elbow off the top turnbuckle onto The Lone Wolf on the outside. Unbelievably, Corbin not only withstood that onslaught, but he also unloaded with a relentless barrage of powerful strikes. Corbin seemed to have The Lunatic Fringe on the ropes, but no one can ever count out Dean Ambrose, who countered The Lone Wolf and connected with Dirty Deeds for the win.

Baron Corbin’s moment in the sun will come. However, Dean Ambrose made sure it wasn’t tonight in Orlando.

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Feb 13 17
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Dean’s dreams of becoming a double champion in the WWE were dashed tonight after he eliminated Baron Corbin from the Elimination Chamber. Corbin launched in to a vicious rage aimed at Ambrose and Dean was beaten quite literally from pillar to post, as Baron sent him smashing through one of the Chamber pods. After Corbin finished his rampage, Miz picked the bones and pinned Dean, eliminating him from the match. Corbin.. you just made a very dangerous list.

Bray Wyatt def. John Cena, The Miz, Baron Corbin, AJ Styles and Dean Ambrose in an Elimination Chamber Match to win the WWE Championship
Bray Wyatt stunned the WWE Universe at Elimination Chamber 2017, decimating the competition inside the unforgiving structure to capture the WWE Championship and set up a possible Wyatt Family showdown for the title at WrestleMania with Randy Orton.

The punishing battle inside the all-new Elimination Chamber began with a Royal Rumble rematch of sorts, as AJ Styles squared off with reigning champion John Cena. The 16-time champion had a slight advantage over The Phenomenal One, having fought inside the brutal structure before. However, Styles showed no fear inside the Chamber, going right after The Champ.

Cena had the upper hand as the first five-minute period expired and the first randomly selected pod was opened, sending Dean Ambrose into the fracas. The Lunatic Fringe wasted no time in using the Chamber to his advantage, slamming Styles into the unforgiving floor, then scaling the pod he escaped from, only to dive off and come crashing down onto the WWE Champion.

The New Face of Fear was next to enter the chaotic Chamber, and he unleashed his brand of carnage immediately, hurling Styles into the cold steel chains that make up the structure. The Phenomenal One recovered and scaled the chains alongside Cena, eventually sending Cena careening to the Chamber floor. Styles’ high-altitude warfare continued atop one of the pods, where Ambrose introduced him face-first to the Lexan glass.

Corbin, as the fifth competitor summoned into the battle, went right after Ambrose, planting the Intercontinental Champion into the canvas with the Deep Six. He then slammed Wyatt into The Miz’s pod and brazenly told The Eater of Worlds “I don’t fear you.”. Fear of the Chamber was also not a factor for Corbin, who connected with End of Days on Cena and hurled Ambrose into the chains.

The Lone Wolf stood standing among the carnage, staring down a visibly unnerved Miz as The A-Lister’s pod slid open. Unfortunately, the young Superstar took his eyes off Ambrose, who rolled Corbin up to send him packing. That did not sit well with Corbin, who brutally tossed Ambrose through the Lexan glass and planted him into the mat with End of Days. The Miz quickly seized the opportunity, finally scrambling out of his pod to pin The Lunatic Fringe and whittle the field down to four.

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