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


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


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


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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Jan 30 17
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Pay Per View Results, Videos, WWE


Dean entered at #12 in this years Royal Rumble and instantly got James Ellsworth in to strife with Braun Strowman, leading to James’ elimination and a nice little touch of revenge for Dean. He went on to aid Corbin in eliminating Strowman and then battling his way through to the 26 spot, when Brock Lesnar arrived and swiftly thinned the playing field, eliminating Dean and others.

Full Royal Rumble Results can be read over on WWE.com

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Dec 5 16
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Pay Per View Results, Videos, WWE

AJ Styles def. Dean Ambrose in TLC Main Event for the WWE Championship

Any man with two hands has a fighting chance. Those two hands can also change the fate of the WWE World Championship, as James Ellsworth proved in the main event of WWE TLC. Shockingly, the unlikeliest SmackDown LIVE Superstar cost Dean Ambrose the prestigious prize, knocking The Lunatic Fringe off a ladder and ensuring that AJ Styles retained the title. Styles and Ambrose charged each other as soon as the bell rang, with The Lunatic Fringe getting the upper hand. The Phenomenal One was the first to set up a ladder and climb toward the title hanging from the American Airline Center’s rafters, and also the first to feel the ladder’s unforgiving bite, as Ambrose shoved it into Styles’ face. The challenger inflicted punishment on Styles all around the arena until the champion bought himself a breather, catching Ambrose with a dropkick as he jumped off the ringside barricade.

Their battle turned even more brutal from there, as the dangerous implements that give the TLC Match its name came into play. Ambrose launched a ladder into Styles at ringside, only for the WWE World Champion to rebound and batter him with a steel chair. The Face that Runs the Place was driven through a pile of chairs, but responded by suplexing his challenger through a table. The brawl spilled back out to the arena floor, where a crazed Ambrose cleared off the announcers’ tables, stacked a ladder on top of one, then recklessly dove off and elbow-dropped Styles through the other.

The ringside area was a mangled mess of wreckage, with twisted steel and splintered wood littering the arena. And the debris only continued to mount after Styles put Ambrose through a table with a breathtaking 450 Splash from the top rope. Styles looked to have the WWE World Championship in his grasp when James Ellsworth made his way to ringside. The champion sought to cut the unlikely Superstar off and Styles Clash him on the arena floor, but Ambrose saved him, instead sending The Phenomenal One into the steel stairs with Dirty Deeds.

Both Superstars got back into the ring, scaling another ladder toward the WWE World Title. Ambrose knocked Styles off the ladder and looked like he was about to start his second reign as champion, until his ally did the unthinkable. Ellsworth got into the ring and shoved the ladder over, sending Ambrose crashing through a set of tables at ringside. As the WWE Universe stood in shock, Styles scrambled up the ladder and retrieved the WWE World Championship, ensuring he would remain The Face that Runs the Place.

Ellsworth, still wearing a neckbrace as a result of Styles’ attack this past Tuesday, jumped for joy as The Phenomenal One celebrated his victory. He now has a WWE World Championship Match with Styles coming his way this Tuesday on SmackDown LIVE, but at what cost has James Ellsworth ensured that?

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Nov 21 16
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Pay Per View Results, Videos, WWE


With TLC just two weeks away, tensions between Dean Ambrose and AJ Styles have been bubbling away on the backburner as they attempt to work together as a team for Survivor Series. They managed to do just that, working as a pretty good team to take out Braun Strowman and Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns.. for a moment anyway. Before AJ’s ego got the best of him and he picked a fight with Dean. Dean’s never one to back down and an all out brawl broke out between them. Pulled apart by Shane McMahon, Dean was done and dusted but AJ decided to attack again, and this time it left Dean ripe for Braun Strowman to take out of the match completely. A humiliating first elimination for Dean.

But he didn’t let it go. As the match raged on, Dean eventually charged back down to the ring to assault AJ Styles. As officials tried to pull him away, Reigns and Rollins united to save Dean from security and as payback, Dean helped his former Shield brothers to eliminate AJ with a triple powerbomb through the announce desk. AJ’s angered the lunatic, TLC is going to be a massacre. Here’s what WWE.com had to say.

At Survivor Series, Bray Wyatt and Randy Orton solidified a moment of brand supremacy for SmackDown LIVE, as The Viper sacrificed himself for The New Face of Fear in the 5-on-5 Traditional Survivor Series Men’s Elimination Match.

The stakes could not have been higher. The fierce competitors of Raw and SmackDown LIVE would battle until all of the other team’s opponents had been pinned, disqualified, counted out or forced to submit. It was no wonder that the tension had reached a fever pitch as WWE Universal Champion Kevin Owens, United States Champion Roman Reigns, Chris Jericho, Braun Strowman and Seth Rollins represented Raw against WWE World Champion AJ Styles, Dean Ambrose, Bray Wyatt, Randy Orton and SmackDown LIVE Commissioner Shane McMahon, with Team Blue’s official “mascot,” James Ellsworth, watching on.

The showdown began with both teams making frequent tags while attempting to find a weak link in the opposition’s collective armor. Eventually, Team Raw took charge and closed off Shane McMahon from his squad, then proceeded to unleash enormous abuse on the SmackDown LIVE Commissioner. Dean Ambrose soon managed to relieve him, but a cheap shot on The Lunatic Fringe ignited an all-out brawl both inside and outside the ring. Shockingly, the melee culminated in SmackDown LIVE teammates Styles and Ambrose to start fighting each other. When The Phenomenal One blasted The Lunatic Fringe from behind, he opened the door for Raw’s Strowman to eliminate Ambrose. At that point, Strowman began to single-handedly decimate Team SmackDown LIVE, which quickly led to an even more interesting staredown against his former leader, Bray Wyatt. The abominable Strowman then proceeded to take down Wyatt, his own teammate Jericho and anyone else who got in his way.

Orton eventually hit Strowman with an RKO outta nowhere onto the announce table, with a battle-weary Shane-O-Mac adding an earth-shattering Flying Elbow off the top of the ring post. Though Shane would have to be carried back into the ring to avoid being counted out, Strowman was prevented from doing likewise, thanks to Team Blue’s mascot. Hiding underneath the ring, Ellsworth somehow managed to hold onto the Raw brute’s leg long enough for the official to count him out. Incensed, the newly eliminated Strowman stalked Ellsworth up the ramp, then hurled him off the stage and through a table. Back in the ring, Shane once again endured a great deal of punishment at the hands of his Raw opponents, yet he refused to give in. Soon, Styles tagged himself back into the action and began to mix it up with Jericho. However, when Styles knocked Owens off the ring apron, The Prizefighter opted to blast him with Jericho’s infamous List — a move that earned him a disqualification. Worse, while a panicked Jericho attempted to pick up the pieces of his disheveled pages, Orton hit him with an RKO, sending the six-time World Champion following his best friend to the back.

The action continued to intensify as only Reigns and Rollins remained to battle Wyatt, Orton, Styles and McMahon. Yet, when Shane-O-Mac tried to go Coast-to-Coast, The Big Dog recovered and caught him with a midair Spear so devastating, the referee ruled that Shane was unable to continue. While officials helped the SmackDown LIVE Commissioner to the back, order completely broke down once more as Ambrose suddenly re-emerged from nowhere and unleashed an assault of pure retribution on “The Champ that Runs the Camp.” When security tried to regain order, Reigns and Rollins came to Ambrose’s aid, and the former Shield brothers temporarily reunited to deliver a Triple Powerbomb on Styles. Rollins then rolled the war-torn WWE World Champion into the ring and pinned him, and just like that, the match was down to two men on each side. Those numbers didn’t last long, though. As Rollins and Reigns turned their attention to Orton and Wyatt, Luke Harper suddenly emerged and gave The Wyatts a brief numbers advantage. Reigns and Rollins continued to battle tough, yet as The Architect climbed up top to finish a staggered Eater of Worlds, he instead ate a midair RKO from The Viper that left him unable to kick out of a cover by Wyatt.

Reigns was left to face both Orton and Wyatt all by himself, with Harper still lurking in the wings. Nevertheless, The Big Dog was able to overcome the odds, and in fact was primed to take down Wyatt with a Spear. However, at the last second, Orton pushed the Wyatt patriarch out of the way, taking the full force of the Spear himself – and in turn, allowing The Eater of Worlds to hit Reigns with Sister Abigail for the huge victory. Indeed, SmackDown LIVE picked up a crucial triumph on a night that was arguably Raw-dominant. However, considering that it was The New Face of Fear and The Viper who delivered the victory, will it be Team Blue that ultimately pays the price? Find out Tuesday night at 8/7 C on USA Network.

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Oct 10 16
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Seems like AJ doesn’t ever want to play fair or win a match without stooping to certain levels. Thats fine, but we think it’s time Dean stopped playing nice in return – A comeback for the Asylum Match maybe? Or Hell in a Cell? Or TLC? It’s time Dean showed AJ Styles just who he’s playing dirty against, we’re not sure he’ll like the outcome! Tonight at No Mercy Dean had the championship within his grasp, as he as well as John Cena made AJ Styles tap. Unfortunately the double submission meant there was no clear winner and the match was continued. Dean then struck Dirty Deeds on John Cena and was again a breath away from regaining the Championship when AJ Styles dragged him out of the ring by his foot a whisper from the 3 count. In the end, AJ struck Cena with a chair and pinned him while Dean recovered from an AA from the top rope – AJ wins again via nefarious (but at least legal this time) means. Like we said, time to show him who he’s messing with. Here’s what WWE.com had to say!

WWE World Champion AJ Styles def. John Cena & Dean Ambrose
AJ Styles tapped out in the Triple Threat Match that opened WWE No Mercy, but he still managed to leave Sacramento with the WWE World Championship, defeating John Cena and Dean Ambrose to retain the title in controversial fashion.

The blockbuster main event, which, for the first time in history, kicked off a WWE Network special event, saw all three competitors approach the ring with supreme determination. Cena was out to tie WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair’s record by claiming a world title for the 16th time. Ambrose was set on regaining the championship taken from him last month. Styles was determined to cement his place as “The Champ that Runs the Camp.”

All three Superstars wasted no time in trying to end the proceedings, going for their finishing maneuvers before taking each other out with clotheslines. Cena showed off his incredible strength, catching a flying Ambrose and driving him into the ring post, then German suplexing both Styles and The Lunatic Fringe simultaneously.

Ambrose and Styles neutralized each other after a hard-hitting exchange, leaving Cena an opening to hit a double Five Knuckle Shuffle. The 15-time world champion followed up with Attitude Adjustments on both Superstars, but could not pin Ambrose. Styles found himself in a rough spot, locked in Cena’s STF and a Calf Crusher from Ambrose at the same time. The champion had no choice but to tap out, but with two submission holds applied simultaneously, the referee could not declare a winner, instead ordering the match to continue.

Now with a second chance, The Phenomenal One put aside his flashy moves and took advantage of the anything-goes rules of a Triple Threat, clobbering Cena with a steel chair to get the three-count and hang on to the WWE World Championship.

Related Links:
1. No Mercy Digitals
2. No Mercy Screencaptures
3. Candids by Victor

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Sep 12 16
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Pay Per View Results, Videos, WWE



Backlash became a low blow to Dean Ambrose fans everywhere as AJ Styles used the illegal maneuver to take down the Champ at the end of a brutal bout, and pin Dean for the WWE Championship. Dean’s unlikely to let the title slip from his grasp without a further fight, and he’s certainly not going to let it finish on a kick to the family jewels. Here’s what WWE.com had to say:

AJ Styles def. Dean Ambrose to win the WWE World Championship

AJ Styles beat Dean Ambrose at Backlash to become WWE World Champion. There’s no question about that. It’s how Styles beat Ambrose, however, that will be questioned for a long time to come.

The two Superstars may have checked all the boxes of an instant classic in this heart-pounding title showdown. Styles couldn’t help but resort to a low-blow to put the champion down and take his title, though. Before that unfortunate ending, this wild melee saw Styles topple over both the announcer’s table and the barricade, and both men came literally less than a second away from snatching the victory. The Lunatic Fringe connected with Dirty Deeds and The Phenomenal One locked in the Calf Crusher, but neither was able to secure the win.

It was not until Styles snuck in a low-blow — while the referee was temporarily down — and then hit the Styles Clash that was he able to capture his first WWE World Championship.

As Styles celebrated with the championship — his first since arriving at Royal Rumble earlier this year — the feeling in the air seemed different than past champions’ crownings. Styles was as phenomenal as always and his spot atop the mountain was well-earned, but the manner in which he won the most prestigious championship in all of WWE certainly may prove to be, pardon the pun, a low-blow to his legacy.

Related Links:
1. Backlash Digitals
2. Backlash Screencaptures

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