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TWISTED, DETERMINED & RELENTLESS

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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Category: WWE.com
Oct 2 18
Published by Amanda, Filed in WWE.com

From WWE.Com:

The reunited Shield have already been confirmed to compete at WWE Super Show-Down. Now, their opponents have been named.

Braun Strowman, Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre, rivals to Universal Champion Roman Reigns and Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose, will join forces to battle The Hounds of Justice in Melbourne, Australia in a super-sized showdown between the most dominant team in WWE history and a veritable super-team comprised of some of Raw’s most talented competitors.

Of course, Strowman is the most imposing of The Shield’s opponents, having been thwarted by The Hounds of Justice right as he moved to cash in his Money in the Bank contract on Reigns during Raw the night after SummerSlam. But Ziggler & McIntyre’s motivations should not be discounted, either: Rollins was unable to reclaim the Intercontinental Title from Ziggler largely due to McIntyre’s interference, and it was only when The Architect brought Ambrose back from injury that he was able to dethrone The Showoff at SummerSlam.

WWE Super Show-Down takes place at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on Saturday, Oct. 6. Tickets for WWE Super Show-Down are available now via ticketek.com.au. Further ticket information is available at tegdainty.com. Don’t miss the monumental event, streaming live on WWE Network and available on pay-per-view around the world.

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Sep 30 18
Published by Amanda, Filed in Smackdown, WWE, WWE.com

To celebrate the upcoming milestone 1,000 episode of Smackdown, WWE.Com have a top 15 best matches in Smackdown history list up. The Shield’s first loss against Orton & Team Hell No makes the list at number 3, Below is what WWE.Com have to say about this match and features quotes from Seth Rollins:

 

#3  The Shield vs. Randy Orton & Team Hell No: June 14, 2013

It’s hard to imagine Daniel Bryan, Kane and Randy Orton coexisting, but the trio somehow cooperated to give The Shield their first Six-Man Tag Team Match loss in June 2013. At the time, The Hounds of Justice were unstoppable, having won the WWE Tag Team Titles and the United States Championship by way of their military precision and a ruthless disregard for their opponents. After dominating throughout the match, The Shield were forced on the defensive when Kane unleashed on Dean Ambrose with a fiery barrage. With a blind tag, Bryan continued the assault by sending all three Shield members outside the ring and then throwing himself at his dazed opponents with reckless abandon. After Kane took out Reigns and Orton stunned Rollins with an aerial RKO, Bryan made The Architect tap out.

“They caught us that night, what can I say?” Rollins told WWE.com. “It was actually a little bit of a relief to get that first loss out of the way, because there’s a lot of pressure that comes with being undefeated.”

Even though Rollins admits that The Shield was off its game that night, you’d be hard-pressed to find a more exciting and competitive Six-Man Tag Team Match. — JAMES WORTMAN

Full list of the top 15 matches is available at WWE.Com

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Sep 11 18
Published by Amanda, Filed in WWE.com

From WWE.Com:

Get ready for all-out tag team bedlam at WWE Hell in a Cell, where newly-crowned Raw Tag Team Champions Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntrye will go to war against Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose.

A marquee matchup between the tandems has been building ever since The Shield used a Triple Powerbomb to prevent Braun Strowman from cashing in his Money in the Bank contract on Universal Champion Roman Reigns. After the attack, The Monster Among Men went looking for some backup of his own. On the same night that he would hand over his contract in exchange for a title showdown against Reigns inside Hell in a Cell at the Sept. 16 pay-per-view, Strowman turned on The Big Dog in a tag team match against Ziggler & McIntrye and helped his newfound cohorts to lay wasted all three Hounds of Justice.

Inevitably, Reigns, Rollins and Ambrose launched a counter-offensive on the new association the following week, but they were arrested for their efforts, so they were not on hand to see Ziggler & McIntrye overcome The B-Team later that night to capture the Raw Tag Team Championship. When The Shield finally posted bail just in time to crash Raw’s main event, Ziggler, McIntyre and Strowman once again proved to be one step ahead of the brothers-in-arms when they used a small army of Raw Superstars to help to take out the black-clad trio.

The tenacious Shield remerged six days before WWE Hell in a Cell to get the drop on Ziggler and McIntyre. Following this onslaught, Acting Raw General Manager Baron Corbin decided to do what was “best for business” by making what promises to be an absolutely chaotic Raw Tag Team Title Match between Ziggler & McIntyre and Rollins & Ambrose at WWE Hell in a Cell.

Let the carnage continue when Ziggler & McIntyre battle The Shield for the Raw Tag Team Championship this Sunday at WWE Hell in a Cell, streaming live on the award-winning WWE Network at 7 ET/4 PT.

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Aug 16 18
Published by Amanda, Filed in WWE, WWE.com

WWE.Com have their predictions up for Summerslam and below is what they predict will happen for the Intercontinental Championship match between Dolph Ziggler with Drew McIntyre in Dolph’s corner & Seth Rollins with Dean in Seth’s corner:

BENIGNO: Dean Ambrose ate his Wheaties while he was away; the former WWE Champion’s presence will be enough to finally propel his brother over the line against Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre.
WINNER: Seth Rollins

PAPPOLLA: You can build the argument that Seth Rollins would still be Intercontinental Champion right now if it wasn’t for Drew McIntyre running interference for Dolph Ziggler on the outside. Dean Ambrose now negates that interference. The Architect will reclaim.
WINNER: Seth Rollins

BURDICK: It’s no secret. Every time it has looked as if The Architect would get the best of Dolph Ziggler, the “x-factor” that is Drew McIntyre has been there to prevent it. Enter Dean Ambrose, however, and the equation becomes much simpler. The Lunatic Fringe will negate The Sinister Scotsman, and that equals a new Intercontinental Champion.
WINNER: Seth Rollins

CHIK: Quite simply, Drew McIntyre is the only reason why Seth Rollins hasn’t reclaimed the workhorse title from Dolph Ziggler, as The Scottish Terminator got The Showoff disqualified when he was about to lose the championship to Rollins on Raw, then interfered incessantly during the WWE Iron Man Match at WWE Extreme Rules. It’s only a matter of time until Dean Ambrose is trading haymakers with McIntyre at ringside, and with the two Superstars essentially canceling each other out, The Architect will find an opening to blast Ziggler with an emphatic stomp, a move from which there is no kickout.
WINNER: Seth Rollins

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Aug 14 18
Published by Jen, Filed in WWE.com


From WWE.com

At SummerSlam, The Kingslayer is poised to knock Dolph Ziggler off his throne in a highly-anticipated Intercontinental Championship rematch, and his returning Shield brother-in-arms Dean Ambrose will be standing in his corner while attempting to neutralize the meddling Drew McIntyre.

Ziggler took down Rollins to lay claim to the Intercontinental Title for the sixth time on the June 17 edition of Raw, thanks to an assist by McIntyre. Although Rollins technically got even by defeating Ziggler in the championship rematch the following week, The Scottish Terminator’s interference caused a disqualification and once again kept the gold around The Showoff’s waist.

This led to WWE Extreme Rules, where the resilient competitors left everything on the canvas and battled it out to a 4-4 draw in a classic 30-Minute WWE Iron Man showdown, though Ziggler emerged victorious in sudden death overtime once again thanks to McIntyre’s continued interference.

With such controversy, it is no wonder that Raw General Manager Kurt Angle announced the rematch for the workhorse title at The Biggest Event of the Summer, but will The Architect overcome The Showoff and his imposing friend to finally recapture the illustrious gold now that The Lunatic Fringe has reemerged to counter Ziggler’s sinister second?

Don’t miss what is sure to be an explosive Intercontinental Championship showdown at SummerSlam this Sunday at 7 ET/4 PT, streaming live on WWE Network!

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Jun 22 18
Published by Amanda, Filed in Videos, WWE, WWE.com

WWE.com have a new list up this one covering the best interviews done that didn’t air on TV, Dean is featured in two one with The Shield & the other is from a 2015 post RAW interview both interviews are below:

All the world’s a microphone, and sometimes a WWE Superstar doesn’t have to wait until they’re in the ring to deliver their best verbal work. In fact, for each Paul Heyman barnburner that brings the crowd to its feet on Raw, there are four or five sneak-attack classics floating around YouTube, Twitter and the rest of the Internet from Superstars you might never expect had it in them. Well, consider this our way of bringing those talents to light. Here are the 10 best interviews that didn’t make it to TV.

#10 “The regular one is a Triple Powerbomb. We put two people, so it’s a Double Triple Powerbomb.” (The Shield; WrestleMania 30)

Most people think of The Shield (rightly) as a trio of tough guys dressed in black. Yet, the longer they ran together, The Hounds of Justice ended up showing that they were sneakily three of the funniest Superstars in WWE. Case in point: This victory lap turned familial squabble where Dean AmbroseSeth Rollins and Roman Reigns can’t quite agree on the proper verbiage for their super-sized finishing maneuver. (WWE.com’s copy editors can relate.)

 

#7 “Tyler Breeze was defeated by his desire to run down to the meadows and make time with young cows.” (Dean Ambrose; Raw, Nov. 9, 2015)

Dean Ambrose is a wacky guy, but he’s also an educator who’s happy to discuss his winning strategy. Unfortunately, it’s on you to try and keep up with his teaching methods. Hence, this “Planet Earth”-esque yarn that re-examines the small package The Lunatic Fringe used to pin Tyler Breeze via a truly mind-bending metaphor about meadows and cows.

Full list available here

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May 27 18
Published by Amanda, Filed in WWE, WWE.com

WWE.Com have ranked all 19 cash-ins from every Money in the bank winner, Dean lands at #3 which is below. The full list is available at WWE.Com here

Money in the Bank is a game of patience and payoff. The Superstar who holds the contract — a free ticket to a World Title Match for up to one year after they win it — doesn’t just have the opportunity to win a championship, but to create a moment. Even the contract-holders who didn’t get the job when they cashed in succeeded in making an impact, but which cash-ins were the most historically significant? WWE.com ranked every Money in the Bank cash-in, taking into account the victor, who they beat and the surrounding context. Who’s the most Money? Read and find out

#3 Dean Ambrose (WWE World Heavyweight Championship; 2016)

Between Seth Rollins stealing whatever thunder he could find and Roman Reigns’ march to the top, Dean Ambrose seemed destined to bang his head against the glass ceiling his brothers had powered through in the wake of The Shield’s breakup. That was a horribly unworthy fate for the most grassroots-popular Hound of Justice, but his narrow losses to Reigns and Rollins in 2014 and 2015 made his same-night contract victory and cash-in — on Rollins, no less — all the sweeter. Here was a guy who had quietly, diligently toiled during the two years since The Shield imploded, and when his moment came, he proved himself just as worthy of the spotlight as the two supermen he upstaged to get it — a statement that carried over into the 2016 WWE Draft, when The Lunatic Fringe was selected by Shane McMahon and Daniel Bryan as the first pick of the new-look SmackDown LIVE.

 

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Dec 28 17
Published by Kristy, Filed in WWE, WWE.com


If there is a proverbial brass ring to be grabbed, 2017 seemed like the year that everybody lined up and decided to make a go at it. The result was one of the most stacked talent pools in WWE history, in which each Superstar left their mark (sometimes in more ways than one) on the landscape of WWE. From breakout stars to glass-ceiling smashers to a pair of tag teams that reached stratospheric heights, these are the 10 Superstars who owned 2017.

8. The Shield


When Seth Rollins betrayed Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns to put an end to The Shield in 2014, the betrayal stung for years. Although The Lunatic Fringe and The Big Dog remained friends, Ambrose wanted nothing to do with The Architect — refusing every suggestion to reunite in 2017.

However, as tensions flared with Raw Tag Team Champions Cesaro & Sheamus, Ambrose and Rollins found themselves forging an uneasy alliance, eventually winning the titles and inching The Hounds of Justice closer to reunion. One bit of ill-advised trash talk from The Miz later, and Roman Reigns was back on board.

It goes without saying the reunited men in black have left their enemies in a heap, but their individual accomplishments stood out this year as well: Rollins finally shook off the demons of The Authority at WrestleMania, Ambrose and Reigns both became Intercontinental Champion, and The Big Dog earned one of the most monumental WrestleMania wins of all time when he sent The Undertaker into the sunset. The Shield is once again proving to be the most dominant group in WWE history, whether it’s one of them in the ring or all. — KEVIN POWERS

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Dec 21 17
Published by Kristy, Filed in WWE, WWE.com

WWE.com have done their picks for the 25 best matches of 2017, with two of Dean’s matches making the list this year. You can see the write ups on those two matches below and check out the full list of all the top matches on WWE.com here.

22. John Cena vs. AJ Styles vs. Bray Wyatt vs. Dean Ambrose vs. The Miz vs. Baron Corbin — WWE Championship Elimination Chamber Match (Elimination Chamber)


The mini-match between then-WWE Champion John Cena and AJ Styles to start the bout would alone be worthy of Top 25 recognition. But then factor in the months — and years — of rivalries that played out between the six Superstars inside the Elimination Chamber, and this match is a must-rewatch.

The redesigned Chamber made sure no one was immune to punishment, from Styles and Dean Ambrose bashing each other into the glass pod to Cena leaping from atop a pod to lay out two Superstars. Bray Wyatt stood tall, but as he struggled to his feet to raise his first WWE Title, you could tell that everyone paid a huge price that night. — JEFF LABOON

13. Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins vs. Cesaro & Sheamus — Raw Tag Team Championship Match (WWE No Mercy)


We said: This match instantly became iconic for the catapult from Dean Ambrose that sent Cesaro mouth-first into the steel turnbuckle, pushing The Swiss Cyborg’s teeth into his upper jaw. Cesaro somehow battled through the pain, and his tenacity seemed to send all four Superstars into a different gear. The Bar took control with some excellent teamwork, but a creative move by Ambrose to play possum set the challengers up for a fatal mistake, causing Sheamus to inadvertently Brogue Kick his partner.

The two teams gave everything — including Cesaro’s two front teeth — but nothing would stop the reunited Ambrose and Rollins. — JEFF LABOON

They said: “It was definitely very memorable. I still remember because I have braces on my teeth and my mouth is all torn up. I have to cut hamburgers still. [Laughs] But I don’t think stopping the match crossed my mind once. Me and Sheamus are very competitive. Those Tag Team Titles mean a lot to us. They are the title on Raw and on SmackDown, I want to say. Constantly defended. High-profile matches, matches that always excite, always deliver. And we’re in there with two-thirds of The Shield. Those guys don’t want to lose. We don’t want to lose. Great contest. Hurt like hell. I was afraid the referee was going to stop the match because of excessive blood. But I also knew the damage was done, and, you know, what can I do? I have to go see a dentist, I have to go get surgery, but right now? Let’s go win those titles.” — CESARO

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Dec 19 17
Published by Jen, Filed in WWE.com

From WWE.com

DEC 20th UPDATE: Dean Ambrose underwent successful surgery Tuesday night to repair a high-grade triceps tendon injury, WWE.com can confirm.

The procedure was performed by Dr. Jeffrey Dugas in Birmingham, Ala., and took around 40 minutes.

“He tore some of the distal triceps tendon where it attaches to the forearm bone, called the olecranon,” Dr. Dugas told WWE.com. “He basically tore about 50 percent of the triceps tendon away from the bone. So yesterday we repaired that back down to the bone where it tore off of. The surgery was very straightforward; we removed all of the extra bursal tissue — all of that extra swollen stuff around his elbow.”

Dugas added that Ambrose has begun physical therapy, starting with light range-of-motion exercises, and is expecting to leave Birmingham later today.

It is unknown at this time how long Ambrose will be out of action.

DEC. 19 UPDATE: After sustaining an injury to his right arm last night during Raw, Dean Ambrose is currently undergoing further examination by noted orthopedic surgeon Dr. Jeffrey Dugas, WWE.com can confirm.

“An MRI has shown suspicion for a high-grade triceps tendon injury, possibly a tear, so he is undergoing surgical exploration and most likely surgical repair of the torn triceps tendon,” WWE Senior Ringside Physician Dr. Chris Amann told WWE.com. “That surgery will be happening later this evening, and we should have some further updates either later tonight or tomorrow morning as to what the findings were, what the structures that were damaged were, and also a timeline for recovery.”

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