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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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Aug 18 14
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Pay Per View Results, Videos, WWE

The Lumberjack Match backfired on Dean tonight as amidst the mayhem it broke down in to, Rollins was able to snatch his briefcase and strike Ambrose around the head with it, securing himself the victory. But you can rest assured this is not over, Dean won’t let it rest until he has his revenge. Heres’s review of the match!

LOS ANGELES — In a personal clash that had been building for months, Seth Rollins stole a victory from Dean Ambrose when their Lumberjack Match descended into chaos.

As former members of The Shield, neither Ambrose or Rollins made many friends in the WWE locker room. A lot of their enemies made up the Lumberjacks who surrounded the ring to prevent either Superstar from escaping the other. Their job was to toss either competitor back in the ring if he tried to flee.

The Lumberjacks included: The Usos, Kofi Kingston, Sin Cara, Titus O’Neil, Goldust & Stardust, Heath Slater, RVD, Cesaro, RybAxel, Damien Sandow (dressed as an actual Lumberjack), Erik Rowan, Luke Harper, Big E, Bo Dallas, R-Truth and Fandango.

As the action spilled outside the ring on a few occasions early in the bout, the Lumberjacks swiftly did their job. But when Ambrose and Rollins eventually managed to elude the lumbrjacks’ grasp, their fight continued at ringside, over the barrier and all over the sold-out STAPLES Center. In an effort to restore order, Corporate Kane emerged and ordered the Lumberjacks to retrieve both competitors.

While Ambrose was being dragged back to the ring, Rollins tried to make his escape. But The Lumberjacks hauled him back, as well. As Rollins was being returned to the ring, the unstable Ambrose recklessly dove from the top rope onto his former partner and Lumberjacks, sending bodies flying everywhere.

Once both Superstars were back in the ring, the two foes continued to fight ferociously. Ambrose struck Rollins down with a blistering clothesline, then used Rollins’ own Curb Stomp against him! But just as Ambrose was about to capitalize, Kane intervened and prevented the pinfall.

Furious with the interference, Goldust got in Kane’s face and Kane slapped him. Next, absolute bedlam broke out among the Lumberjacks, who engaged in a brawl of their own that resembled a battle royal.

After Ambrose cleared Harper and Rowan from the ring, Rollins struck Ambrose with a vicious blow to the head with his metal Money in the Briefcase to steal the pinfall.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Jun 30 14
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Pay Per View Results, Videos, WWE

BOSTON — When they first competed in a WWE ring 18 months ago, we all heard the rumblings: The Shield is the future. Roman Reigns was a five-tool player and nobody was quite like the unique Dean Ambrose, but what about Seth Rollins? For all his talents and knack for keeping Reigns and Ambrose from imploding, it seemed that Rollins was the overlooked member of the now defunct trio. But with a stunning betrayal and a career-defining victory tonight, Seth Rollins can no longer be overlooked; the man that once was The Architect of The Shield is now Mr. Money in the Bank. In an astonishing development, the complexion of the contest was drastically altered before it even began. As mentioned by Renee Young during the pay-per-view’s Kickoff, Bad News Barrett had suffered an injury on SmackDown and was unable to compete in Boston — bad news for Barrett, but a welcome surprise to the other competitors. With the bruising Intercontinental Champion no longer a threat, it opened the door for the other competitors to capitalize on his absence.

The bell hadn’t even rung when Dean Ambrose stormed the ring and immediately targeted his friend-cum-rival, Rollins. As the former partners began to viciously claw at each other, Kofi took control inside the ring. With a ladder lying on top of Jack Swagger, Kofi landed a Boom Drop and began to climb to victory. Ambrose recovered from his brawl and tipped over the ladder, but Kofi — a ladder match veteran — showed his experience and unparalleled athleticism by landing his feet squarely on the top rope and bounce off with a spectacular springboard crossbody onto the trio of Dolph Ziggler, Rob Van Dam and Jack Swagger at ringside. Kofi wasn’t the only man in this matchup with experience in Ladder Matches. Three of the six competitors had not only participated in Money in the Bank Matches in the past, but had won them. It had been eight years since Van Dam had won a Money in the Bank contract, but Mr. Pay-Per-View showed no signs of ring rust in Boston. Not missing a beat, RVD hit Rolling Thunder onto Rollins while the turncoat was lying on a ladder propped up between the turnbuckles in the corner. He followed that up with a Five Star Frog Splash to Swagger, another former Money in the Bank Ladder Match winner.

Moments later, high atop a ladder, The Real American attempted to superplex Van Dam to the canvas below, but the former WWE Champion sent Swagger toppling down. RVD was about to land another Five Star Frog Splash but was interrupted by Rollins. After Swagger slammed Van Dam to the mat, Rollins was all alone, but Ambrose scurried up and finally scored the long-teased superplex, and it was to his own personal rival Seth Rollins, to boot. And it was, in a word, breathtaking. For a moment, it seemed as though that was to be the only defining moment of the contest for The Lunatic Fringe. He nailed a DDT on Swagger and seemed to badly injure his own shoulder in doing so. Immediately evaluated by WWE physician Dr. Chris Amann, Ambrose was removed from the contest, instantly bringing an end to the opportunity he demanded.

Perhaps the most spectacular and devastating moment of the bone-crunching bout came when, with a ladder set up in the ring, Kofi had prepared a dangerous contraption of a second ladder bridging the first ladder and the top rope. A short while later, Kingston’s efforts paid off. He executed a back body drop onto Rollins, who landed on the horizontal ladder and then crashed again to the canvas below. It was a painful sight to even watch as Rollins momentarily sailed into the air after experiencing a shock to his entire system. This left the fan favorite, Ziggler, to completely clear house, first with Kofi, then Swagger, then Van Dam, topping it all off with a Zig Zag to Kofi, sending his skull cracking against a ladder. The Show Off had repeatedly stated that becoming Mr. Money in the Bank two years ago had completely changed his life, and had promised that lightning would strike twice. But it just wasn’t Dolph’s night. Rollins emerged with a steel chair, the same sinister object that he used to break up The Shield earlier this month, and sent it rattling across Ziggler’s spine.

Finally, Rollins had the briefcase within reach, but in a heroic effort, Ambrose came stumbling down from the locker room clutching his injured shoulder. Attempting to gain a measure of retribution for the intense chair attack that Rollins had unleashed on Raw, the fearless Ambrose grabbed the chair, and wailed away mercilessly on his former friend. With Rollins down, Ambrose had the match won, but The Authority just wasn’t having it. Fire blazing, out came Kane, clearly summoned by Triple H to ensure victory for his hand-picked Superstar. The demon destroyed Ambrose with a Chokeslam and Tombstone piledriver, allowing Rollins to recover and climb the ladder to victory as Triple H and Stephanie McMahon applauded from the stage

With a Money in the Bank contract in hand, Triple H’s pet project is nearly guaranteed to become a WWE World Heavyweight Champion whenever he chooses. Who can overlook that? After trading in blueprints for a briefcase, for Seth Rollins, the future is now.


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May 5 14
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Pay Per View Results, WWE

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Soldiers, it turns out, do win wars.

At Extreme Rules, the WWE Universe watched in astonishment as The Shield adapted and Evolution — at least on this night — perished during a raucous six-man brawl. For more than 20 minutes of uncontainable action, two of the most destructive factions in WWE history warred in a grueling fight that sprawled throughout New Jersey’s IZOD Center and culminated with Michael Cole’s call, “The times, they are a-changing!”

Indeed, the old guard fell to the new guard, as Roman Reigns pinned Batista after a Spear, demonstrating exactly what “true power” looks like.

The road to victory, however, was anything but easy for The Hounds of Justice. Despite speculation that their admittedly “massive” egos would be their downfall, Evolution’s veritable all-star lineup of WWE COO Triple H, Randy Orton & Batista — with a combined 31 World Title reigns among them — worked cohesively, and dominated much of the bout.

Early on, Evolution effectively isolated first Seth Rollins and then Dean Ambrose. The Game turned The Shield’s Architect inside-out with a vicious clothesline, and with Rollins hanging off the ring apron, Batista found opportunity to boot the blond-and-black-haired highflier in the skull. Ambrose managed to lock in a Figure-Four Leglock — alluding to “Nature Boy” Ric Flair, a founding member of Evolution who publicly endorsed The Shield days ago — but the advantage was short-lived.

Reigns’ Spear attempt outside the ring was sidestepped by The Game, causing The Powerhouse to slam into the steel steps. A dive to the floor by Rollins was similarly avoided by The Cerebral Assassin, leaving Rollins in a heap on the floor.

Evolution worked over their opposition methodically. “Bootista” chants from rained down as The Animal worked over his prey, and Ambrose looked downright punch-drunk after an exchange with Triple H, which ended with a fierce spinebuster by the 13-time World Champion.

The Hounds of Justice would not be denied, though. The trio’s Lunatic Fringe turned the tides with a DDT on Triple H, and once Reigns found his way into the contest, he turned into a one-man wrecking crew, taking out Orton, Batista and Triple H in succession.

The Shield looked to have the match locked up when they struck Batista with a Triple Powerbomb, yet savvy veterans Orton and Triple H prevented the pinfall. Reigns subsequently ate a Pedigree and an RKO, but thanks to his teammates’ efforts, he was never pinned.

At that point, all hell broke loose.

As the match’s legal competitors, Reigns and Batista, struggled to get to their feet inside the ring, the other four combatants embarked on a wild free-for-all that spilled out of the ring and, eventually, into the WWE Universe. All the while, a loud “This is awesome!” chant took over the arena.

Ambrose ran the length of both announce tables and leapt onto Triple H and Orton. Within minutes, Orton rebounded and sent the unstable Shield member flying down a flight of stairs. As The King of Kings and WWE’s Apex Predator worked over Ambrose hundreds of feet away from ringside, the collective jaw of WWE fans dropped as Rollins came flying down with an incredible cross body block off the balcony!

Back inside the ring, Batista dropped Reigns with a spinebuster and prepared for the Batista Bomb. But The Shield’s Punisher — perhaps mindful of this year’s Royal Rumble Match, which The Animal won after eliminating Reigns — shoved off Batista, recoiled and launched into a Superman Punch. A bone-rattling Spear later, and The Shield cemented their status as WWE”s new torchbearers. Review

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Apr 7 14
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Pay Per View Results, WWE

After weeks of clashes with Kane and the New Age Outlaws, The Shield donned their death masks and took over Wrestlemania in a match that made one hell of a statement. It won’t go down in the history books as a lengthy classic, but it will go down in the history books as one of the most dominant performances ever on the grandest stage. They started things out by interrupting Road Dogg and Billy Gunn as they made their way to the ring, then as soon as the bell rung Ambrose tore in to Kane like a hound from hell. Dominating from the get go they were relentless, Ambrose tagging in Roman after taking Kane’s head off with a lariat, Roman came in guns blazing and took out the Outlaws. Rollins put the finishing touches in with his high flying antics and the Outlaws went to run for the hills, only for Ambrose and Rollins to hurl themselves through the ropes at them. In the ring a spear took down Kane and then – with the Outlaws back in the ring – they performed the first ever Double Triple Powerbomb!

Ambrose and Reigns took to the turnbuckles while Rollins made the pin and got them the win. Taking them a whole three minutes to put down The Authority. What cracks? The Shield are stronger and more vicious than ever.

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Feb 24 14
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Pay Per View Results

Bray Wyatt brazenly declared that war was his favorite game in the build-up to his monstrous family’s showdown with The Shield at Elimination Chamber 2014. In a battle that was every bit the conflict it was predicted to be, Wyatt, Luke Harper and Erick Rowan showed just how dominating they are on the battlefield, emerging victorious over The Hounds of Justice when Bray Wyatt floored Roman Reigns with Sister Abigail.

The capacity crowd gathered in the Target Center was on its feet in anticipation before the bell even rang, watching and waiting for the two factions to collide. The WWE Universe declared “This is awesome” before the six Superstars even came into contact with each other. Despite rumblings that there may be a crack in The Shield, Seth Rollins, United States Champion Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns stood strong in the specter of their terrifying foes before the bout.

There was nothing the lone official assigned to this bout could do to control the chaos as the two factions stared each other down. Ambrose then charged into the Wyatt Family ranks, getting a few shots in on Bray Wyatt before the eerie trio retreated from the ring.

Rollins used his speed at the official start of the contest to send Rowan staggering back into The Shield’s corner. The massive Rowan eventually steamrolled his way out, turning Rollins inside-out with a mounstrous shoulder block. The Shield’s architect soon wriggled free from Bray Wyatt’s grasp and sent Reigns into battle. From there, the juggernaut tagged Wyatt with a big right hand, which the family patriarch was more than happy to return in kind.

The Shield’s teamwork was on point at Elimination Chamber. They used quick tags to control the pace of the bout and keep The Wyatts in their corner. Though Ambrose stunned Harper with a flurry of wild strikes, Harper stopped him in his tracks with a surprising dropkick.

That allowed The Wyatts to take control, with Harper and Wyatt working over Ambrose and Rollins. Just when Harper thought he had Rollins in a precarious position on the top rope, the speedy Hound of Justice shocked him, flipping out of a German suplex off the ropes, landing on his feet. The Shield’s architect sent Harper crashing to the floor, then dove over the ropes onto the big man as the WWE Universe exploded in amazement.

The might of the powerful Wyatt Family soon proved too much for the smaller Rollins to handle. Harper and Rowan pounded him into the canvas, leaving the bones to pick for Wyatt. There was little Ambrose or Reigns could do as they watched The Wyatts pick their partner apart. The unstable Ambrose tried to break up a pin, only to catch a big boot to the face from Harper.

With Reigns and the WWE Universe willing him on, Rollins scrambled to his corner and tagged in The Shield’s juggernaut. Reigns pounced into action, muscling Erick Rowan around with ease. When The Wyatts thought they had the powerhouse slowed down, Reigns outsmarted them.

The match quickly devolved into even greater anarchy; the hulking Luke Harper surprisingly dove through the ropes onto Ambrose and Wyatt, while Rollins followed up with a breathtaking leap of his own. Ambrose and Wyatt brawled over the barricade into the Target Center crowd. The Wyatt Family patriarch made his way back to ringside by himself, ready to orchestrate chaos. Bray watched as his monsters climbed atop the announcers’ table with Seth Rollins in their clutches, then slammed him viciously through the Spanish announce team’s table.

That left Reigns in the ring with all three Wyatts, where the juggernaut was seemingly outmatched. Bray Wyatt had Reigns in position for Sister Abigail, but incredibly, The Hound of Justice muscled his way out. Roman Reigns then unleashed his fury on the creepy clan, landing two Superman Punches on Rowan and Wyatt. He had Bray Wyatt sized up for the spear, but Luke Harper took the blow for his family member. That left Wyatt fresh enough to hit Sister Abigail and pin Reigns to pick up the victory for his team.

Though the WWE Universe was left in awe of the brutal match they had just witnessed, there were questions left to be answered afterward. What happened to Dean Ambrose, who disappeared after trading blows with Bray Wyatt? And though The Wyatt Family claimed victory at Elimination Chamber, will The Shield let this be the last battle in this war between WWE’s two most dominant factions? review

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Jan 27 14
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Pay Per View Results, Videos

With all the controversy leading in to The Rumble it was set to be a big night for The Shield and it certainly was, the boys showing up early on to cut another promo and warn everybody that they were a pack of dogs set to rip the Rumble apart despite knowing that they have 27 men they’ve terrorized for a full year in there with them. But that doesn’t deter them, heck, Romans still positive he’s winning. Something that Dean and Seth seem less than pleased about (View Promo Above!)

When the Rumble match rolled around, Rollins found himself in at #2 and up against the #1 draw CM Punk. We wouldn’t see Ambrose until lucky #11 and the second member of The Shield to emerge, running to the ring to aid Rollins, Ambrose was able to get two eliminations in quick succession, that being R Truth and Jimmy Uso, both men he’s fought with extensively over the past year. Roman entered soon after and the mayhem truly began, the trio eliminating left right and center for over 20 minutes until eventual and almost inevitable disaster struck. Dean attempting a ‘cheeky’ elimination on Roman saw him in hot water with his team mates. Roman went on to eliminate BOTH Dean and Seth at the same time, leaving himself in the match and his partners glaring back at him. A snarling Dean warned that he should never put his hands on Reigns again. Oh dear.

With Ambrose’ part in the Rumble done, it was down to Reigns to fly the flag of The Shield and he made it to the final two, unfortunately he was unable to overcome Batista and found himself eliminated last. So he didn’t get the job done that he promised. Something, I think Dean is secretly smirking.

Total Time in Rumble: 34 Minutes

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Dec 16 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Pay Per View Results

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Ahead of his 3-on-1 Handicap Match against United States Champion Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins, CM Punk seemed almost resigned to his fate. Fully expecting to walk into a “wholesale slaughter,” The Best in the World sounded all but accepting of defeat so long as he took down at least some members of The Shield in the process.

Instead, armed with strategy, patience and wherewithal, Punk exceeded even his own predictions and earned a hard-fought victory at WWE TLC. Perhaps more significantly, the lopsided match may have further contributed to an emerging crack in The Shield, leaving the cohesiveness of one of WWE’s most destructive trios in question. The bout, ordered by Director of Operations Kane shortly after Punk publicly criticized The Authority, allowed the three Shield members to tag in and out. Meanwhile, The Voice of the Voiceless — suffering from bruised ribs, thanks to a recent spear by Reigns — was left with an empty corner. He was not without support, however, as the Toyota Center broke into chants of “CM Punk” seconds after the opening bell rang.

Ambrose and Rollins took turns pawing at Punk, with The Straight Edge Superstar getting the better of each Hound of Justice. The momentum swayed with the entrance of Reigns, who muscled Punk into the corner and tossed him to the floor like a ragdoll. Reigns attempted to spear Punk outside the ring, but the savvy Second City Strategist sidestepped him, causing the black-clad warrior to barrel over the commentators’ desk. Reigns narrowly beat the referee’s count and re-entered the ring, but was clearly worse for wear, favoring his left eye which, replays revealed, had drilled a chair during the ill-fated spear attempt. Within seconds, the area around his eye began to swell, and once Reigns tagged out, WWE medical staff rushed in to assess the injury.

Punk continued to valiantly fight off the attack of Rollins and Ambrose, at times using their own momentum against them, but the numbers disadvantage proved truly debilitating. After a rapid series of offensive maneuvers, Punk began to lock the Anaconda Vise on Rollins, yet interference from the volatile Ambrose prevented The Best in the World from gaining a submission victory. Nonetheless, The Straight Edge Superstar kept his wits about him, reversing a butterfly superplex attempt by Ambrose and surveying the WWE Universe before launching into an elbow drop. Moments later, Punk dropped Rollins with the GTS.

With Rollins asleep, Ambrose then squirmed out of a second GTS attempt, only for Reigns—who had by then regained his composure—to take aim at Punk with another spear. Yet, Punk again avoided the impact, and Reigns inadvertently drove into Ambrose, leaving the United States Champion easy prey for a Punk pin … and underdogs around the world believing in The Best.

Where the match result leaves The Shield, as a unit, remains far less clear.

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Nov 25 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Pay Per View Results, Videos, WWE

The Shield head in to Survivor Series hell bent on finishing out their debut year on a high note. It was at Survivor Series they made they debut last year, so a huge impact tonight is necessary. Ambrose starts things out against Rhodes and he’s on fine form, almost dancing around Cody and taking control swiftly, he begins to lose his temper, stomping down on Cody in the corner and forcing the referee to repeatedly pull him away, until eventually he’s all but wrenched in to the center of the ring by the Official. Dean takes exception to this and gets in the referees face, yelling at him that he doesn’t know who he’s dealing with and he needs to keep his hands off, a move that would cost him dearly as Cody moves up behind him and swiftly rolls him up, eliminating Dean within in a minute of the matches start!

Ambrose is enraged, yelling at the referee and anybody that will listen, while his teammates look in shock. Tsk, Dean, that temper of yours did you no good tonight. He decides to take it out on Goldust with a cheap shot, but ends up getting knocked on his backside by Cody and sent from the ring, leaving a humiliating first on this their anniversary. However, all was not lost for The Shield as an impressive showing from Reigns saw him outlast all of his other team mates and eventually take out 4 of the opposition with his deadly spear. Securing the win for Team Shield.. while Ambrose seethes quietly backstage. Oh dear.

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Oct 28 13
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After calling out United States Champion Dean Ambrose during the WWE Hell in a Cell Kickoff, Big E Langston certainly proved he was a formidable contender in a brutal contest that ultimately ended with The Hound of Justice intentionally getting counted out to retain the title.

Initially, Ambrose was reluctant to accept Big E’s challenge and for good reason. As the opening bell sounded, Langston immediately used his power to take down Dean Ambrose and score two near-falls. Eager to assert his dominance, Langston remained relentless in his assault on The Hound of Justice. Although Ambrose tried to take advantage with brutal knife edge chops, his massive opponent seemed unfazed and continued to use his strength to his advantage.

The United States Champion found some relief by wrangling his opponent to the outside and using both the ring ropes and steel post to his advantage. With Langston dazed, Ambrose methodically utilized his unorthodox grappling style to keep Big E reeling.

Nevertheless, Langston displayed a great deal of resilience, fending off a couple of attempted sleeper holds and shifting the match back in his favor. Continuing to mount the pressure on the Shield member with high-impact maneuvers, Ambrose tried to walk away from the contest. Big E Langston wasn’t going to let The Hound of Justice escape so easily, however, and he ensured that the clash continue back inside the ring.

Battling back and forth, Langston executed a huge spear through the ropes as Ambrose stood on the ring apron. Both competitors – wounded and battered from the physical contest – tried to recuperate on the outside as the official began to count. Langston was the first to regain his composure and make his way back inside the ring, followed by Ambrose, who staggered to his feet, realized he could escape with the U.S. Title intact, and purposely allowed the official to count him out.

Although Langston was declared victorious, Ambrose grabbed the U.S. Championship and tried to leave the arena. But, before he could escape, Big E captured the champion and executed his patented Big Ending before holding the U.S. Title high for the WWE Universe to see.


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