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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 22 16
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Pay Per View Results, Videos, WWE

A winning night for Ambrose, retaining his Championship against Dolph Ziggler – although he may have regretted winding him up QUITE so much, as Ziggler definitely put up a fight. Dean’s cocky and brash tactics designed to really get under Zigglers skin and throw him off didn’t really work. So as per his fallout video, Dean apologizes for his bad behavior this past week or so. It’s okay, Champ. You’re forgiven. Here’s what had to say!

Dolph Ziggler certainly made every moment of his WWE World Championship opportunity count, but despite an incredible effort, he ultimately fell to Dean Ambrose in a tense, heart-pounding contest. Channeling his NCAA career as Kent State’s winningest wrestler, Ziggler started the bout by keeping the champion grounded and attempting to score an early pinfall. The Showoff maintained incredible momentum until Ambrose countered a suplex and threw Ziggler from the ring.

Battling on the outside, the WWE World Champion took control of the bout with high-impact maneuvers that kept his opponent on the defensive. Confident in his strategy, The Lunatic Fringe took to the top rope but was taken out mid-air with an expertly planted dropkick. The well-documented perseverance of both Superstars was on full display after a cringe-worthy double clothesline brought the action to a screeching halt. Ambrose managed to recover and unleash another offensive that Ziggler weathered long enough to apply a sleeper hold and spill the action to the outside.

Ziggler narrowly missed a chance to score a pinfall following a huge superkick, and nearly won the championship after countering Dirty Deeds with a Zig Zag. Regaining his composure, Ambrose ascended to the top rope again, but was met by Ziggler where they engaged in a tense exchange of blows and counterattacks. Thinking he had the upper hand, Ziggler tried to execute his patented facebuster from the top, but Ambrose countered, landing on his feet and planting his opponent with Dirty Deeds for the victory. Despite his defeat, Ziggler definitely made the most of his opportunity. Nevertheless, the unorthodox and unhinged nature of the WWE World Champion won the night.

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Jul 25 16
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This wont be your conventional results post, because before I get to results, as a webmiss I have something to say. 6 years ago I started because I believed this guy had everything it took to be at the top of the game. He’d entertained me for years with his cutthroat acidic attitude and off the beaten path promos. As a wrestling fan I’d always sought out the quirkier characters. The Undertaker and Jake Roberts were and are my standard bearers for what I want to see out of a wrestler. Jon Moxley cut his own path with a crazy but incredibly technical style and those promos that just ripped your ears off and left your senses tingling. I thought a guy like him deserved the most exposure, the coverage, that people that might happen upon him should have a source of information to go to. Dean was signed to WWE and his journeys been a rocky, bumpy, pothole filled one with more frustrations than I can count. But we never wavered in our faith in him and he never let us down. At Battleground, tonight, he showed everybody what we knew all along. That he’s the heart and soul of the business and living proof that perseverance, hard work and pure passion pays off. It’s been a crazy few weeks, when he won the Championship the naysayers had plenty to say. Tonight he shut them up, we couldn’t be prouder. Dean retains the WWE Championship, defeating his former Shield Brothers and taking the title back to his new home of Smackdown. It’s been a hell of a ride, and it’s just going to get wilder! Congratulations Dean! Here’s what had to say.

The main event of WWE Battleground was two years in the making, one the WWE Universe had been waiting to see ever since Seth Rollins stabbed his Shield brethren Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose in the back.

In a high stakes battle that changed the face of WWE, Dean Ambrose retained the WWE Championship, pinning Reigns after connecting with Dirty Deeds and taking WWE’s top prize to SmackDown Live.

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Jun 20 16
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Pay Per View Results, Videos, WWE

Money in the Bank Ladder Match: Winner – Dean Ambrose

The greatest Money in the Bank pay-per-view of all-time featured one of the most action-packed Money in the Bank Ladder Matches since its inception more than a decade ago. As is standard procedure, bedlam ensued and the high-stakes competition reached new heights of lunacy. For some it was too much, but for Dean Ambrose the setting was perfect as he became the new Mr. Money in the Bank. The moment the opening bell sounded, the battle quickly became a brawl as each competitor selected a target and went on the attack. It didn’t take long for the action to spill to the outside of the ring and match innovator Chris Jericho to immediately go for a ladder. Of course, it was all for naught this early in the contest and the pendulum of momentum swing six ways between Ambrose, Jericho, Cesaro, Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn and Alberto Del Rio. Appearing in his fourth Money in the Bank Ladder Match, Jericho is no stranger to the physicality needed to compete effectively in the contest. While highfliers like Zayn took to the skies, leaping over the top rope to the outside, Jericho used the ladder as a weapon trying to maintain an edge.

Assaulting his rival Ambrose, Jericho’s momentum was stopped by Del Rio — the only Superstar in this contest to have won the Money in the Bank. Advantages are few and far between in this particular contest, however. Cesaro managed to derail Del Rio and executed multiple uppercuts before being stopped — and thrown face-first into a ladder by Kevin Owens. With the battle intensifying and the brutality of the contest taking center stage, Zayn was the first to ascend the ladder before being pulled down by Del Rio. What followed was a thesis statement as to why Del Rio won the match in 2011. The Mexican Superstar’s offense was an incredible sequence of kicks and ring awareness capped off by a Cross Armbreaker on top of the ladder at Cesaro’s expense. Del Rio’s incredible tactical display was stopped by a superkick by Owens and once again the match devolved into a chaotic cavalcade of momentum shifts and bodies being pulled off the top of the ladder. Some of the most brutal highlights came in the form of Jericho being Cesaro-swung into a ladder, Ambrose leaping off the top of the ladder and taking down Cesaro and The Lunatic Fringe on the receiving end of a cringe-worthy frogsplash on top of a ladder from Owens. Still, arguably the most jaw-dropping moment came when Zayn tried to break KO in half with a Michinoku Driver on a ladder.

Although nothing could prepare the WWE Universe for what came next. With one ladder in the center of the ring, two additional ladders were set up as bridges, and at one point, all six Superstars were vying for the briefcase, battling on top of four ladders. Eventually — arguably inevitably — they all fell except Zayn, who nearly grabbed the coveted contract before he was stopped by Jericho. The final battle on top of the ladder came down to Owens and Ambrose — a flurry of desperate but impactful blows were landed by each Superstar hoping the other would fall. Owens took the tumble, falling through one of the ladders set up as a bridge earlier in the contest.

At that moment, the WWE Universe inside Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena rose to their feet and watched as Dean Ambrose unlatched the briefcase and secured his opportunity to challenge for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship anytime he wants.

Seth Rollins def Roman Reigns – Dean cashes in

Dean Ambrose’s music roared to life in the middle of The Architect’s celebration, but The Lunatic Fringe, rather than face Rollins head-on, took a page out of his old brother’s book and struck him from behind with the Money in the Bank briefcase he had only won hours earlier. Ambrose cashed in the contract on the spot. Despite Rollins’ frantic protests, the bell rang, and tolled, in quick succession, as Ambrose obliterated the new champion with Dirty Deeds and pinned him to claim the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.

Up is down. Black is white. Dogs and cats live together in harmony. The Roman Empire has crumbled. Seth Rollins must reclaim again. The lunatic runs the asylum. And those hard times? They’re long gone, daddy.

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May 23 16
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Pay Per View Results, Videos, WWE

Everyone expected the Asylum Match, which sprang from the depraved mind of Dean Ambrose, to be brutal. Few expected it to be so brutal that it would end with Chris Jericho screaming in pain as hundreds of thumbtacks pierced his flesh. That was the gruesome scene that played out in the final moments of this gory war between two rivals who would go to any depths to destroy the other. How else do two men end up locked in a cage with dangerous weapons like a two-by-four wrapped in barbed wire and a kendo stick hanging high above them?

Jericho accepted Ambrose’s challenge to face him in the Asylum Match, vowing he was WWE’s true lunatic, but the veteran attempted to escape as soon as the bell rang. Unfortunately for Jericho, there was no exiting the Asylum. The only way he was getting out was by going through Ambrose. Of course, the nine-time Intercontinental Champion may be conniving, but that doesn’t mean he’s not tough. Jericho took some of Ambrose’s best shots early in the bout, and answered with more than a few of his own. And when he finally snatched the two-by-four wrapped in barbed wire from above the Asylum, it seemed like he could back up his big talk. Ambrose, however, grabbed a pair of nunchucks and began to wield them like Bruce Lee in “Game of Death.” Desperate to escape The Lunatic Fringe’s fury, Jericho again tried to leave the Asylum, which worked in his favor. Although Ambrose caught him at the top, Jericho managed to grab a Kendo stick and batter his opponent. Next, he obtained a leather strap and used that to leave long, red welts across Dean’s flesh.

Jericho came seriously close to victory when he nearly wrapped Ambrose up in a straitjacket, but The Lunatic Fringe fought his way out and clicked into second gear. The madman began to brutalize Jericho, even blasting him with an insane elbow from the top of the cage. Then Ambrose grabbed an innocuous plastic bucket from above the ring. It was the least dangerous looking of the bout’s assorted implements of destruction, but there was something hiding inside — a small, black bag filled with thumbtacks. Ambrose proceeded to pour hundreds of the sharp tacks all across the canvas and then set about trying to slam Jericho on top of them. The crafty master wormed out of Ambrose’s hands every time The Lunatic Fringe grabbed him, but he couldn’t run forever.

After blinding Ambrose with a fire extinguisher, Jericho went for a Codebreaker, only to be caught in midair by his opponent. Jericho was then slammed back first into the pile of razor sharp steel tacks. Jericho’s screams of pains echoed through the Prudential Center as rivers of red poured down his exposed flesh. His nightmare wasn’t over yet, though. Ambrose grabbed Jericho and sent him into the thumbtacks again, this time with Dirty Deeds. A merciful three-count followed as paramedics rushed to Jericho’s aid. As for Ambrose? He walked away battered, but with a smile on his face. The question of who WWE’s true lunatic had been answered.

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May 2 16
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Pay Per View Results, Videos, WWE

Chris Jericho’s quest for vindication after the cancelling of the “Highlight Reel” fell short at WWE Payback, as Dean Ambrose bested “The Best in the World at What He Does” with Dirty Deeds.

Ambrose earned Jericho’s ire when Shane McMahoncancelled the long-tenured “Highlight Reel” in favor of the “Ambrose Asylum.” Days before their WWE Payback showdown, Jericho demanded an apology from The Lunatic Fringe for not showing him the proper reverence a six-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion deserves. When the bell finally rang, though, Ambrose wasted no time in disrespecting Jericho further.

The Lunatic Fringe controlled the early going and mocked Jericho at every turn, screaming “Come on, baby!” before stomping his opponent and later attempting one of Jericho’s signature cocky pins on the outside.

The rivals had each other well-scouted, reversing nearly everything the other threw at them. When Ambrose eyed a Dirty Deeds atop the German announce table, Jericho countered by catapulting him into the timekeeper’s area. When Jericho attempted to follow up with the Code Breaker, Ambrose blocked it and drove him to the canvas with a clothesline.

But after Jericho blocked Ambrose’s top-rope elbow, he took full control by locking in the Walls of Jericho. Ambrose refused to submit and rolled Jericho into a schoolboy pin that nearly sealed the match.

Jericho continued to throw his best at Ambrose, but he started to lose his composure when The Lunatic Fringe wouldn’t stay down, as he began to pound the mat after his opponent kicked out again.

As Jericho looked for the knockout blow with the Lionsault, Ambrose managed to block it with his knees and plant him with Dirty Deeds for the victory.

Inside Allstate Arena, the same building Jericho made his game-changing WWE debut in 1999, “The Best in the World at What He Does” was left fuming in the ringside area while Ambrose celebrated a marquee win in his career.

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Apr 4 16
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Pay Per View Results, Videos, WWE

Some WrestleMania matches are contested over titles, others for pride. In the case of the No Holds Barred Street Fight between Brock Lesnar and Dean Ambrose, the one and only purpose was menacing, unadulterated carnage. And when the bodies were broken and traces of destruction were visible in every direction, it was ultimately The Beast who reigned supreme with 13 German Suplexes and one thunderous F-5 on a heap on steel chairs.

It was no secret that Ambrose would enter The Show of Shows well-prepared; after all, he was armed to the teeth with the numerous instruments of destruction that he collected in the weeks leading up to the anything-goes free-for-all, with perhaps his greatest weapon being his own unhinged nature. Yet, arguably nothing in his possession was as battle-tested or dangerous as the ruthless Conqueror who would target him at every turn. The brutal chaos started at the opening bell. Though Ambrose dove head-first into the lair of the Beast, Lesnar quickly sent him on a detour into Suplex City. It was a place Ambrose would unfortunately become well acquainted with before the night was through.

Ambrose’s subsequent kendo stick counter-assault did little to stop his opponent, as Brock destroyed one of the implements simply to signify that he didn’t need any help to defeat the object of his wrath. Instead, he continued to dismantle his adversary with his bare hands. A low blow by Ambrose allowed the unstable Superstar to momentarily reinvigorate his own onslaught. But when he attempted to incorporate the chainsaw – given to him by none other than WWE Hall of Famer Terry Funk – Lesnar bulldozed him onto the ringside floor. Not to be denied, the tenacious Ambrose added a laptop and steel chair to his assault. In a stunning turnaround, however, Lesnar turned the tables yet again, and hit his eleventh German Suplex of the night from the top rope!

The wild-eyed Ambrose recovered and attacked Brock with everything he could get his hands on, spraying his ferocious foe in the eyes with a fire extinguisher before leaping from the top rope with a steel chair and landing directly onto The Conqueror.

Ambrose proceeded to throw numerous chairs into the ring, only to be treated to Suplex number 12 for his trouble. But when Brock went for his first F-5, Ambrose hit him with Dirty Deeds onto the chairs. The Lunatic Fringe then produced “Barbie” – a barbed wire-wrapped bat and gift from Hardcore Legend Mick Foley – though before he could use it, Brock countered once again, this time hurling Ambrose over the pile of chairs with his thirteenth Suplex. The thirteenth time was the harm for Ambrose, ultimately allowing Brock to finish off his opponent with an earth-shattering F-5 onto the steel mess for the victory.

Though Brock Lesnar left Dallas and the AT&T Stadium with the win, no one can dispute the unspeakable toughness of Dean Ambrose. Perhaps not even The Beast Incarnate.

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Mar 13 16
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If Dean had ever wanted to prove to anybody, fan, peer or WWE brass – that he belongs at the top fighting for the big prizes, then tonight he did just that. He may not have walked away with the gold but we’re willing to bet he won the respect of everybody, including Triple H. We’d like to congratulate him on one of the matches of his career, but we always knew he was that damn good. Here’s the review.

For a fleeting moment, it looked like the WWE World Heavyweight Title was headed for the Ambrose Asylum. Challenging Triple H for WWE’s most prestigious prize at WWE Roadblock, Dean Ambrose proved he is capable of pinning The Game’s shoulders on the mat for three seconds.

Tonight, however, fate intervened.

With an Ambrose victory threatening to send the WrestleMania card into utter disarray, The Game fought tooth-and-nail to protect his championship gold. He appeared totally composed at the start of WWE Roadblock’s huge main event, while The Lunatic Fringe did everything in his power to rattle the 14-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion. The characteristically defiant Ambrose slapped Triple H on the head as he controlled him with an armbar, then took a breather, mocking The Cerebral Assassin the entire time.

Sensing the huge stakes, Ambrose — perhaps for the first time in his WWE career — even abandoned his normal brand of unpredictable lunacy and employed an actual game plan, zeroing in on the left leg of the increasingly frustrated Game. The strategy worked at first, until Ambrose made a misstep outside the ring and Triple H’s viciousness took over. After shoving Ambrose back-first into the steel ring steps, The Cerebral Assassin began an methodical assault on Ambrose’s ribs and spine. The King of Kings dropped The Lunatic Fringe stomach-first on the ring barricade and shot hard knees into Ambrose’s mid-section before garnering a near-fall off a spinebuster.

Throughout the back-and-forth brawl, Triple H attempted one Pedigree after another, with Ambrose averting the danger each time. Ambrose punctuated one such comeback with a rebound clothesline that almost detached Triple H’s head from his body, and before long, the method to Ambrose’s madness — targeting The Game’s leg — became evident as he put the champion in an excruciating figure-four leglock. As Ambrose screamed “I’ll break your leg,” Triple H mustered the strength to reach the ropes and break the hold.

Then, it happened. To the disbelief of many, Ambrose landed Dirty Deeds and referee John Cone’s hand seemingly slapped the mat three times, sending the Ricoh Coliseum into a frenzy. The catch? Ambrose’s right leg was extended below the bottom rope, causing Cone to call off the pinfall and let the match continue.

Undeterred, Ambrose continued the fight, and the head games, catching Triple H with an elbow drop from the top rope to the floor and then parodying the crotch chop made famous by The Game’s former stable, D-Generation X. The Lunatic Fringe then went for broke, leaping off the barricade in an ill-fated attempt to elbow drop Triple H through the announce desk.

The Game rolled off the table at the last second, sending Ambrose crashing through the wood. The WWE Universe cheered Ambrose on as he courageously returned to the ring, beating the referee’s count. Unfortunately for the Ambrose Asylum, Triple H was waiting on his challenger and pounced the moment he climbed through the ropes, drilling Ambrose with a match-sealing Pedigree.

Ambrose fought bravely and intelligently but tonight, Triple H showed it’s rarely a winning proposition to challenge authority, let alone The Authority.

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Feb 22 16
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CLEVELAND — Who says there’s no such thing as second chances?

Certainly not Roman Reigns. The Big Dog will once again walk onto The Grandest Stage of Them All as a challenger for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship after surviving the unpredictable offense of his “brother,” Dean Ambrose, as well as the raw carnage of Brock Lesnar in an insane Triple Threat Match at WWE Fastlane 2016. Reigns persevered against an F-5, a steel chair flurry and more German suplexes than any one man should rightfully be able to stand up from to earn the right to face WWE World Heavyweight Champion Triple H at WrestleMania.

Call it destiny or fate, but don’t say it was luck. Reigns scratched and clawed every inch of the way to walk out of this one as the winner. Had there been a bit of quit in The Big Dog, the match would’ve been Brock’s from the opening bell. There’s not a single Superstar on the roster who is as effective from the jump as Lesnar, and he made that clear in the first minute of this contest as he dispatched both of his opponents as if they were cruiserweights. Ambrose was dumped out of the ring within seconds while Reigns was German suplexed across the ring twice.

A third German suplex may have ended things early, but Ambrose saved his friend by blasting Brock with a missile dropkick. The Lunatic Fringe then had the gall to attempt a German suplex on The Beast Incarnate. Lesnar shrugged him off like a gnat then destroyed him with an overhead belly-to-belly suplex. Guts, insanity or a mix of both; Ambrose refused to back down from Brock. When Lesnar went outside to bring the fight to Reigns, The Lunatic Fringe attempted to catch him off guard with a suicide dive. The freak athletic instincts of Brock kicked in as he snatched Ambrose out of the air and then deposited him onto the arena floor with yet another suplex.

Back in the ring, The Beast Incarnate flashed a twisted smile as he hit Reigns with a previously averted third German suplex. When he connected with another, he held four fingers in the air. The Conqueror was keeping score. With Reigns looking like easy prey, Lesnar delivered an F-5 that may have very well won him the match had Ambrose not broken up the pinfall attempt. The Lunatic Fringe, in what was unquestionably a moment of insanity, showed he really did have no fear of the monster as he disrespectfully slapped him.

A little fear can be a healthy thing, of course, which Lesnar made clear by obliterating Ambrose’s rib cage with a series of huge knees. The trio of German suplexes that followed folded Dean up like an old wallet. Brock then went to hit the F-5 on Ambrose, but was blasted by a Spear from Reigns. The big man scored a two-count on Lesnar, but, more than that, he took a bit of the gas out of The Beast’s tank. Reigns then delivered a huge Superman Punch, but Lesnar wisely rolled to the outside where he could not be pinned, proving there’s nothing scarier than a colossus who can strategize.

When Reigns followed him to the floor, he got snatched up into another attempted F-5. Brock may have been looking to put Roman through a table, but he was stopped in his tracks by a low blow from Dean. Ambrose and Reigns were battered, but they traded knowing smiles and went to work. The two cleared off an announce table, then, in a moment reminiscent of their early days in The Shield, worked together to send Brock crashing through the hardwood with a powerbomb. There was an awkward moment at this point in the match. Reigns and Ambrose have done such a good job of keeping their friendship intact while chasing the same goal, but who would be the first man to throw a punch? It didn’t take long for Ambrose to take the lead and send his best friend into the steel stairs. The Lunatic Fringe went at him with a frenzied attack back in the ring, and connected with a huge elbow from the top rope that brought him within a second of the WrestleMania main event.

The two friends began trading haymakers until Ambrose noticed The Beast Incarnate stirring on the outside of the ring. They stopped their brawling and headed to the floor to put Lesnar down for a second time. Again, they double-powerbombed him through an announce table, only this time they buried him under the wreckage. If that didn’t keep the freak of nature down, nothing would. With Lesnar neutralized, the “brothers” went at it again. Reigns gained the upper hand and went about brutalizing Ambrose in the corner with clubbing clotheslines. Ambrose answered a powerbomb attempt with a series of elbow strikes to the head, but when he went for another high-risk elbow from the top rope, he got hit with a Superman Punch.

Reigns readied to Spear his best friend into oblivion, but got hit in the face with a knee as he charged in. The Lunatic Fringe sent Roman into the steel ring post, then connected with Dirty Deeds and almost scored the victory. Reigns stopped a second Dirty Deeds by hoisting Ambrose up into position for a Samoan Drop , but — and this actually happened — Lesnar entered the ring, grabbed Reigns around the waist and suplexed both men at the same time! The Big Dog didn’t stay down for long, though, and answered with a Spear. Brock took the hit, absorbed the impact and snapped on the Kimura Lock. Somehow, Reigns got to his feet with Brock still applying the hold, while Ambrose entered with a steel chair and started teeing off on both men. The Lunatic Fringe smashed his opponents with complete disregard, but he took his eyes off Reigns for one second too many when he began laying into Lesnar. With no time to spare, Roman charged Ambrose, cut him down with a Spear and pinned his best friend to earn a WWE World Heavyweight Title opportunity at WrestleMania.

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Jan 25 16
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After his grueling Last Man Standing match, Deans night wasn’t over and he went on to take part in and make a huge impact in the Royal Rumble itself! Entering at #19 and lasting right to the end and to the final 2, opposite Triple H who had eliminated Roman Reigns. An electric moment for Ambrose fans everywhere! It wasn’t to be Dean’s time as far as the WWE Heavyweight Championship is concerned, but it was definitely a mark for the Dean Ambrose history books. Here’s what had to say.

Kevin Owens, still feeling the effects of his unbelievable Last Man Standing Match against Dean Ambrose, limped to the ring at 18. He may have been down, but he certainly wasn’t out as he traded fists with Styles immediately. “Welcome to WWE,” he yelled in the newcomer’s face before launching him out of the ring. Styles was gone from the match, but the impression he left was unmistakable as the crowd broke into an appreciative “AJ Styles” chant. Ambrose was next. Looking just as banged up as Owens, The Lunatic Fringe picked up where he left off, going tooth-and-nail at his loathed rival. Things got worse for Owens from there as Sami Zayn made an unexpected Rumble arrival at No. 20. The former friends smashed each other like bar fighters before the NXT favorite threw Owens over.

Triple H hadn’t turned up on Raw since Reigns obliterated him at WWE TLC. There were other Superstars in the ring, sure, but the spotlight shone only on Triple H and Reigns. In fact, the two competitors were so concerned with beating the life out of one another that they were both almost eliminated. Still, The Game barely managed to weather an onslaught from Ziggler and ended up overpowering The Showoff.

From there, a faceoff between Wyatt and Triple H became the match you never knew you wanted to see. Sister Abigail almost stopped The Game, but Sheamus saved Triple H’s hide with a Brogue Kick. The two eliminated Wyatt together, while Jericho went next thanks to Ambrose. The ageless veteran made his mark either way, lasting for more than 50 minutes. Reigns, Triple H, Sheamus and Ambrose were your final four, but it wasn’t long before Reigns dumped Sheamus. And then, in a split second, Reigns was gone. Roman had let his guard down for a mere moment after besting The Celtic Warrior, but that’s all it took for Triple H to throw him out. It was a testament to how quickly fates can change in WWE. Just like that, Reigns was no longer the WWE World Heavyweight Champion.

Sports-entertainment’s richest prize now hung in the balance between Ambrose and Triple H. Their plans of attack were sharply contrasted. The Lunatic Fringe wanted to gouge The Game’s eyes out, Triple H wanted to survive Ambrose’s frenzy and find the perfect moment to use his momentum against him. The Game’s plan worked. The Lunatic Fringe had Triple H on the other side of the rope, hanging on for dear life, but a well-timed knee from The Game stopped Ambrose in his tracks. A few seconds later, Ambrose was on the arena floor and Triple H was the 14-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion.

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Jan 25 16
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Pay Per View Results, Videos, WWE

After weeks of build up and tension the night is finally here and neither Ambrose nor Owens was going to back down without a fight, the two ruthless superstars using everything just short of the kitchen sink to take each other down with. It was Deans quick thinking in the final moments that sealed him a victory, shoving Owens off of the top turnbuckles and to the outside, through a stack of tables on his way down. Owens was unable to answer 10 – and Dean keeps hold of the Intercontinental Championship! Never a doubt. Here’s what had to say!

Dean Ambrose and Kevin Owens each walked into their Last Man Standing Match at the Royal Rumble hell-bent on leaving the Intercontinental Champion, but after an all-out war that almost destroyed both men, it was The Lunatic Fringe who survived (barely) to fight another day with the cherished title in tow. This rivalry is one that escalated to frightening levels of physicality and all because of one thing … the Intercontinental Championship. The unstable Ambrose won the highly sought-after title from Owens in a wild head-to-head contest at WWE TLC 2015, setting off a conflict of chaos.

The objective of a Last Man Standing Match is simple; incapacitate your opponent to the point of him not being able to stand before the referee’s 10-count. Brutality is baked into the contest’s core. And with one of WWE’s most coveted championships on the line and two bitter rivals – both containing an unabashed love for fighting – facing off, this meeting of mayhem was destined to be a classic. And a classic it was. The contest started with a fury as both Superstars fired off fists. It didn’t take long for the action to make its way outside the ring as Ambrose went flying head-first into his challenger, knocking him over the English announce table and onto Michael Cole. From there, this showdown’s levels of insanity continued to grow. Ambrose wasted little time enlisting the help of a Kendo stick, using it to unleash a fury of strikes against his heated rival. KO remained undeterred in the face of Ambrose’s Kendo stick, fighting his way back from the attack. Owens delivered a vicious superkick to the face of Ambrose before prompting the referee’s first 10-count of the night by smashing his foe through the ringside barricade with a brutal cannonball.

This wild fight only heightened with a fiery Owens pulling steel chairs from under the ring. This decision would backfire, however, after Ambrose countered a powerbomb, backdropping Owens through two steel chairs. The challenger would remain undeterred, eventually using Ambrose as a crash test dummy against the steel steps at ringside. This opened up an opportunity for Owens to go for the KO blow. The bruising Superstar scaled the tope rope with the apparent intention to superplex his opponent through two tables set up on top of one another outside the ring. The intercontinental Champion avoided this potentially match-ending maneuver by throwing a chair into Owens’ face.

With the steel device entangled on the challenger’s head, Ambrose threw his patented right jab, right chop assault. Both battle-torn Superstars proceeded to trade counters, leading the unstable Superstar to hit not one, but two Dirty Deeds – with the second being delivered on top of a steel chair. Owens showed he could take damage as well as he can inflict it though, by beating the referee’s 10-count for both finishing maneuvers. This hazardous showdown would not end with Kendo sticks, steel chairs and steel steps. No, it was then time for tables. The chaos reached extreme levels as The Lunatic Fringe hit a flying elbow drop from the top turnbuckle onto a fallen Owens, who was sprawled out on top of a table. But, again, the challenger – and the titleholder – stood up before the 10-count.

The titleholder again looked to seal a victory, but his superplex through a table would be countered, with Owens sending the champion through the wooden structure below. Again, this classic battle was not over as Ambrose showed off his never-ending fight by stumbling to his feet just before the count to 10. What possibly could keep these determined competitors down for the count? Owens had an extreme idea in mind for sure as he stepped up to the top rope, ready to hit a moonsault on top of The Lunatic Fringe, who was laying on top of steel chairs below.

This would be Ambrose’s night, however, as the titleholder suddenly sprung up, pushing Owens over the ring post and crashing down through the stacked tables set up at ringside. Even after being sent spiraling through two tables, splintering the wood en route to the floor, Owens showed faint signs of life but the referee’s 10-count rang out, signaling the end to a historic Last Man Standing Match. Now that Ambrose has successfully fought off WWE’s self-professed Prizefighter to retain the Intercontinental Championship, will we see a new challenger emerge or will Owens continue to fight for what he deems “his” Intercontinental Championship?

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