Noted Ring Names: Dean Ambrose, Jon Moxley
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Date of Birth: December 7, 1985
Debut: 2005
WWE Debut: Survivor Series 2012
WWE Titles Held: WWE World Heavyweight Championship, United States Championship, Intercontinental Championship (x2)
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Mini Biography: Dean Ambrose started his career back in 2004 under the name of Jon Moxley. Earning high praise from independent companies around the world, he became a household name for the hardcore, holding championship gold in companies such as Combat Zone Wrestling. With his name capturing the attention of wrestling fans across the globe, Jon soon earned a developmental contract with the WWE. He then took on the name of Dean Ambrose and began the process of cementing his name in stone. Feuding with William Regal and Seth Rollins most notably on NXT, Ambrose went on to make his much anticipated main roster debut at Survivor Series 2012, coming in alongside Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns to make a massive impact in the main event, aiding CM Punk in retaining his WWE Championship. The Shield have torn an unstoppable path through the WWE and at Extreme Rules 2013, Dean laid claim to his first taste of WWE gold, capturing the United States Championship. Described by WWE as "Fearless, wild and always unpredictable" as well as a "world class competitor and infamous troublemaker" - Dean Ambrose is the rising star to watch!
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After The Shield suffered their very first six man defeat on Smackdown, they really have something to prove heading in to Payback and Ambrose wasn’t about to let the team down. Stepping up against Kane for the United States Championship, the match was grueling from the outset for Ambrose as he gave up quite the height and weight advantage to Kane. He wasn’t about to let that stop him however as he used his quickness to out maneuver the Big Red Machine and get him on the run in the early going. However, Kane’s resilience shone through and he eventually turned the tides on Ambrose. Attempting to break him down with power moves, Ambrose remained defiant to the end, even attempting to break out The Undertakers Oldschool move on Kane! Kane thwarted this attempt and went on to dominate Ambrose, but he held out and as the action spilled to the outside, Ambrose displayed some of his true ‘manic’ style and slapped Kane in the face, then laughed at him!

Kane went to chokeslam Ambrose through the announce desk however Ambrose countered and hit Kane with his trademark DDT outside. With Kane down, Ambrose scooted back in to the ring as the referee hit the count of seven. By the count of ten, Kane was still on the mat outside. Dean earning himself a count out victory much to the chagrin of the crowd.. and Kane. But do you think he cares? Psht, a wins a win and he’s still got his paws on the gold.

Winner: Dean Ambrose via Count Out

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June 17th, 2013

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I’m finding it hard to put together a review right now because I’m an emotional mess but here we go. Ambrose gets his first shot at WWE gold a mere 6 months in to his Main Roster career, after such an impressive year so far including a debut Wrestlemania win it seems the sky is the limit for the trio in black, but will his first Pay Per View Singles match and first WWE Title match end in a victory?

Come on, did you ever doubt him?

While us here at chewed on our collective hats in nervous anticipation, Ambrose headed to the ring full of his usual cocky confidence and in an unprecidented move, bid Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns farewell on the steps! His Shield brothers leaving him to fight this battle for himself. And what a battle it was. Ambrose kept up with Kofi’s high flying and frantic style with his own hard hitting and brutal form, soaking up whatever Kofi had to throw at him and handing it back in abundance. He even brought back a submission we haven’t seen since his days on the indies, locking Kofi in to the Crossface Chickenwing and almost securing victory there and then. Kofi was able to wriggle out however and the match continued. Kofi eventually hitting his Trouble in Paradise kick to Ambrose and knocking him for loop, unfortunately for him, out of the ring! Kofi hauled Ambrose back in to the ring and went for a pin Ambrose kicked out of (God help our hearts). Kofi set him up for another of the kicks but Ambrose had it scouted and ducked out of the way, causing Kofi to hang himself up on the ropes and land painfully.

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May 20th, 2013

If you didn’t Believe In The Shield now is a good time to start! Despite the somewhat baffling decision to have this match start out the night it ended up getting things off to a rocking beginning. The Shield came through the crowd and managed to not get ambushed by thousands of rabid fans. An absolutely massive moment for all three and on a personal note as a fan of Dean’s for the last 6+ years, an incredibly emotional one to have seen him come so far.

The match was mayhem from the get go and Reigns and Sheamus started things out, battering each other back and forth. Eventually Ambrose was tagged in and even got himself a ‘Lets Go Ambrose’ chant from the crowd (even more proud feelings!) before he was stripped of his shirt by Big Show and took several of Show’s nasty chops to the chest before taking out his legs and getting a tag out. From there it was the trademark Shield fast tags back and forth keeping their opponents on their toes and despite Sheamus at one point taking full control of all three of them, the cohesive team once again proved to be the superior one. As Orton set out to strike Ambrose with the RKO, Rollins took to the air only for Orton to catch him and hit him with the RKO instead. However the second Orton got back to his feet, Reigns hit him with a devastating spear and left Ambrose – the legal man – to pick up the pin and the win for The Shield!

The Shield remain undefeated and take home their first victories at Wrestlemania! Next stop, Tag Team Championships? Write Up Below
[spoiler]EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Whether the WWE Universe believes in The Shield’s vision of justice, there’s no denying the notorious trio made a lasting impression when it counted most, at The Showcase of the Immortals Sunday night. Facing a trifecta of former World Champions, Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins & Roman Reigns defeated Big Show, Sheamus & Randy Orton in the official opening bout of WrestleMania 29.

Judging by the bout’s wild aftermath, in which Big Show knocked out both of his tag team partners, the loss was much more than simply a passing setback from WWE’s newest super-team, whose partnership — despite having been built on a rocky foundation — appeared to be strengthening in recent weeks.

Before the opening bell, The Shield made their trademark entrance through the WWE Universe, carving a path through the packed MetLife Stadium floor and its thousands of passionate WWE Universe members. As soon as the contest officially began, however, Sheamus wasted no time bringing the fight to Reigns, with the two sluggers exchanging huge strikes.

The Celtic Warrior and WWE’s Apex Predator displayed sound teamwork, making quick tags and double-teaming Rollins. Once The World’s Largest Athlete tagged into the bout, he ripped off Ambrose’s black protective vest and brought down giant-sized chops on his bare chest.

With speed as their advantage, though, The Shield contingent managed to take control. Rapid-fire tags enabled the trio to employ their “pack of dogs” strategy of working over the 7-footer. Despite their precision strikes, Big Show created separation, regained his vertical position and tagged in Sheamus. At that point, Rollins became the next Shield soldier to lose his vest, as The Celtic Warrior tore it off and battered Rollins’ upper body with 10 tree-trunk forearm blasts.

The action ratcheted up further as all the match combatants brawled at ringside, crescendoing with a reckless suicide dive by Rollins that did nearly as much damage to its executor as it did its intended target, Orton. A Triple Powerbomb on Sheamus then appeared imminent, but it was broken up by a massive spear from Big Show, whose lengthy wingspan enabled him to take out all three members of The Shield at once.

After a slow recovery, Sheamus crept toward his corner but his outstretched hand — which was slated for a tag to an anxious Big Show — was intercepted by The Viper who tagged Sheamus’ head. Disgruntled, Big Show stood by on the apron and watched while Orton took care of the opposition, which included RKO’ing Rollins, who soared off the top rope. Orton, paying attention to the downed Ambrose, was then caught by surprise with a Reigns spear and pinned by Ambrose.

After the pinfall, a visibly disappointed Big Show blamed Orton, screaming “You blew it!” Then, in the blink of an eye, he delivered KO Punches to Sheamus and Orton. Although Big Show’s pair of hellish strikes has almost assuredly caused Orton to regret taking on the unfamiliar role of peacemaker, one must wonder what fallout will come for three of the most successful Superstars in WWE.

With the victory, meanwhile, “The Hounds of Justice” not only extended their impressive streak as a unit, but also instilled even deeper distrust among three of their most persistent foes. Emboldened by a hugely successful debut at The Birthplace of the Immortals, where will the nefarious Shield go from here?[/spoiler]

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April 7th, 2013

It was the match nobody thought they could win, the cocky, brash young rookies Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns having torn a vicious path through the WWE since their debut last November, were apparently set up to lose tonight as they went up against the power trio of John Cena, Sheamus and Ryback. Ever since the match was announced the naysayers have been shouting from the rooftops that The Shield stand no chance against the WWE’s top good guys in a fair fight. Well how does it feel to eat crow?

The Shield came in to the match as bold and confident as ever and while Team Cena made the first strike, attacking before the bell rang and hitting all three with vertical suplex’s in the center of the ring. The Shield went on to dominate. Ambrose started out against Sheamus and while Sheamus initially got the upper hand (and temporarily stripped Ambrose of his shirt, one for the ladies!) pretty soon the cohesive unit of The Shield began to show it’s superiority. There’s something to be said for coming up through the ranks together, traveling and working together daily. Maybe Team Cena could learn something from that next time they put a team together (Oh yeah, I’m cocky too tonight, deal with it!).

Using fast tags they soon isolated Cena and began to break him down. Sneak tactics and perfect unity dominated the match until eventually, after Ambrose hit Cena with a brutal looking DDT, Cena managed to kick out and this drove Ambrose in to something of a fury fit. As he went to attack Cena again, Cena tossed him over the top rope and took his chance, making the tag to Ryback… well, I suppose it had to happen eventually. Ryback stomped around, almost broke Dean’s neck, botched some stuff and it all spilled to the outside. Where Roman annihilated Sheamus spearing him through the barrier. Back in the ring, Cena hit Ambrose with the AA as Ryback attempted to hit the Shell Shock on Seth. But Roman made the save, spearing Ryback, Seth fell on top of him in a pin position and the ref made the count! Team Cena.. defeated.

Ha… ha… HA! So like I said, naysayers, how’s that crow taste? Would you like some salt? Some cheese with your whine? The Shield are here to stay, they’re just getting started.

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February 18th, 2013

So, The Shield were warned if they interfered in CM Punk’s match then CM Punk would be stripped of the title, right? There were a million theories of double crosses and other ways in which The Shield might make some huge impact on the Royal Rumble, but WWE went with the simple and obvious answer. Toward the end of the match between Punk and The Rock, the arena went dark… and apparently The Shield attacked The Rock and put him through the announce desk. I say apparently, because we didnt actually see them do it. The arena was pitch dark. This of course is good for Punk as nobody can prove The Shield ever got involved and hence, Punk wasn’t disqualified and went on to win the bout. Only for Vince McMahon to come out and re-start the match and for The Rock to eventually win and become new WWE Champion.

So, The Shield ARE working with Punk. This all but confirms it without them flashing a big neon sign saying ‘We like this guy’ above their heads. But, for those of us that paid to see them do something amazing tonight, unfortunately the joke is on us, because it was pitch dark! Money well spent.

Where do The Shield go from here, especially with Punk ultimately losing?

Media unlikely, considering it was pitch black. Sorry!


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January 28th, 2013

Early in the show we’re taken to another pre recorded message from The Shield in which they lay out their intent for the night, declaring Ryback reckless and dangerous for injuring CM Punk. It’s an injustice that Punk cannot defend his title at the Pay Per View and therefor, they’re going to ‘Feed’ Ryback more than he can handle tonight. They go on to call Team Hell No an insult to Tag Teams. That Tag Teams dont bicker and fall out and argue, but support each other and work together. They’re going to show them how its done. And it isnt just that these individuals have committed crimes against wrestling.. they just plain dont like them. It’s going to be a long night!

The match ended up not being the Main Event as it was billed, but what a match it was! Dolph Ziggler says he’s always the one to steal the show but he doesnt stand a chance tonight. Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns showed off a unique entrance by coming in through the crowd to a rather ominous theme, and they didnt even get to hit the ring before the action was underway. Kane, Ryback and Daniel Bryan attacking as they hopped the barrier. Ambrose tied up with Ryback and soon ended up in the ring where he displayed a good dose of his utter fearlessness, standing up to Ryback with a grin on his face. Though he wasnt grinning for long as the animal overpowered him. Here’s where my review stops, because honestly at this point this match spiraled into such a display of complete awesomeness it’s impossible to detail it all without a replay right in front of me or a team of twelve writers to remember every single spot. So I’ll just say this. This match alone was worth the price I paid to watch this Pay Per View, and if you havent seen it you’re missing out on… yes, I’ll say it… match of the year.

Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns ushered in a new era in the WWE with a display of complete brutality and mayhem. Seeing Daniel Bryan finally get to step up against Ambrose and Rollins is the stuff of indie fan mark out heaven. From one crazy moment to another – suplexing Bryan off the precariously balanced table, to Kane getting utterly annihilated in the barrier, to Seth Rollins almost killing himself coming off a ladder thanks to Ryback, to Rollins and Ambrose securing the win for The Shield over Daniel Bryan – this match delivered on every level, from everybody. So SEE IT.

The Shield delivered on their promise to make history with this win. This makes me excited for the future. Thanks guys!

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December 17th, 2012

Hold on to your hats, because Ambrose has arrived! During the Main Event of Survivor Series as Ryback looked to have the Triple Threat match between he, CM Punk and John Cena wrapped up, Ambrose rushed the ring in Security gear alongside Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns to tear in to Ryback! Beating him down then pulling him out of the ring, the trio set him up and powerbombed him through the announce table, putting Ryback out of the match and giving CM Punk the advantage he needed to take control back. Hitting Cena with the GTS, CM Punk retained as Ambrose and co looked on. Once Punk’s victory was sealed, Ambrose retreated through the crowd while commentary confirmed their identities. Has Punk got himself a new Faction?

He’s finally arrived!

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November 19th, 2012