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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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Oct 28 13
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Oct 28 13
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United States Champion Dean Ambrose left WWE Hell in a Cell Sunday night with the title in his possession after being counted out against challenger Big E Langston. However, neither Superstar would leave “Hell” unscathed.

During their extremely physical battle, the enormous Langston looked to level Ambrose with a monstrous clothesline, resulting in a devastating head-to-head collision. The effects of the encounter quickly became evident during the bout, and after the match the challenger required 7 stitches underneath his right eye, while Ambrose received 8 stitches under his chin.


Oct 15 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Merchandise,

13 14 15 has been piling on the new Shield Merchandise in time for Christmas and just in today, the much requested Shield Hoodie and long sleeve T Shirt. You can also show your support for Breast Cancer Awareness with a special Pink Shield T Shirt. Also you can now find Shield themed sweatpants, IPhone covers and more! Time to go make your Christmas Wishlists!

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Oct 14 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Interviews,

To Accompany Septembers issue of WWE Magazine’s “Power Issue”, has an article up speaking with the current Power Players on the roster. Three of those of course being The Shield. Here’s what the Trio had to say about their power in the WWE and what it takes to get the job done.

Power Is a Numbers Game
The Shield—WWE’s first legitimate three-man militia—know that a three-pronged attack means the statistics are always in their favor.

Three is the magic number, especially if you’re part of a make-our-own-rules outlaw faction of Superstars who fights for nothing but justice. And according The Hounds of Justice, their numbers equal well-rounded power.

“We each bring intelligence and athleticism, but the main thing that The Shield excel at is intensity,” asserts loose cannon Dean Ambrose. “We force our opponents to keep up with us. It’s fight at our level, or else get swept up. Thanks to our endurance, we can drag our opponents into the deep water and drown them.”
The fact is, historically speaking, strength in numbers doesn’t always work—just ask the oversaturated iterations of The nWo. However, The Shield have the formula figured out.

“If one of us has a shortcoming,” admits the group’s airborne anarchist, Seth Rollins, “We can rely on each other to fill the void. If we need power, that’s Roman’s thing. He’s the tank. If we need an aerial attack, I can take care of that. I’m the kamikaze pilot. If we need cunning, or need to out-fox someone, Ambrose has that covered. He’s the solid machine gun. We’ve got a three-headed dog, ready to attack from any angle, not just a one-pronged game plan.”
In most cases, different personalities and skill sets naturally would clash, but not so with Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns.

“Three alpha dogs in a pack? Normally that wouldn’t work,” Ambrose admits. “But we all know it’s us against the world, and this whole company. One guy doesn’t need to control the group, the group needs to control the industry. We’re all working for the same thing.” Rollins confirms that egotism and one-upping isn’t an issue for The Shield. “Egos?” he scoffs. “There aren’t any. We’re all talented singles competitors with bright futures. But, for the greater good, and so we can dominate WWE, we’ve come together to create this unit, this unstoppable force. We figured that it’d be easier to infiltrate the system together, so we can tear it apart from the inside out.”

With such a solid foundation, will The Shield ever build its ranks?
“No,” Ambrose clarifies. “We would never want to add any more people because nobody can make us better than we are right now. We don’t need any dead weight. You see these groups in the past, like The nWo, come out with 30 guys, and it doesn’t work. Three is the perfect number—we always have the numbers advantage, and there’s absolutely no room for cracks in the foundation.”

Sep 24 13
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WWE has revealed the new roster for their upcoming game and guess what?! Now you can play as The Shield! After all these years he’s finally cemented in pixels as Dean Ambrose takes to the video game screen. We’ll have more details on the game and his features in it as and when we get it!

Sep 16 13
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Sep 16 13
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A highly anticipated rematch from Smackdown (and a highlight for the ladies watching no doubt!) tasked Dean Ambrose and Dolph Ziggler with the challenge of waking up a dead Detroit crowd and with their fast paced antics they managed to succeed. Unfortunately I’m a sickly sick person this week and lack the braincells to accurately describe this match, so I refer you to’s write up and hang my head in shame!

United States Champion Dean Ambrose might not have instilled in Dolph Ziggler The Shield’s idea of “respect for the business,” but the rabid Hound of Justice nonetheless escaped Night of Champions with his title reign intact.

In a competitive outing defined by parity, the volatile titleholder narrowly avoided losing the stars-and-stripes title on numerous occasions before claiming victory at just under 10 minutes.

Early on, The Showoff bested Ambrose in an exchange of holds on the mat, before the pace quickened. The “slightly off” Ambrose, as Michael Cole put it, sidestepped a collision but then chose to mock Ziggler, for which The Showoff rewarded him with a pristine dropkick to the face.

The Showoff continued his assault, dumping the titleholder over the top rope and then cornering him with vicious knife-edge chops. The challenger’s enthusiasm got the best of him, however, and Ambrose coolly exploited Ziggler’s missteps, few though they were.

Despite Ambrose’s efforts to wear down his No. 1 contender, the tireless Ziggler fought on, at one point connecting with a top-rope X-Factor when Ambrose took too long to scale the turnbuckles. Moments later, the athletic wonder caught Ambrose with the Famouser, but the U.S. Champion — ever cognizant of his ring positioning — grabbed hold of the bottom rope to break the pinfall.

Ambrose clawed back into the fight, attempting to drill Ziggler head-first into the canvas with the move that has sealed so many matches for the unpredictable Shield member in the past. Ziggler squirmed out of the tight predicament and nearly pinned Ambrose with a lightning-quick rollup. The challenger’s subsequent attempt at a huge splash in the corner, though, proved unwise, as the Hound of Justice avoided the impact, locked in a headlock and planted his opponent’s skull into the mat for the three-count.

With his hope of recapturing the U.S. Title dashed for the time being, Ziggler must confront the reality of WWE COO Triple H’s heavy-handed leadership sans championship gold. Ambrose, meanwhile, continues his steady U.S. Championship reign, all while reinforcing The Shield’s reputation as enforcers not to be messed with.

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Sep 14 13
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At Night of Champions this Sunday, Sept. 15, Dolph Ziggler gets a chance at retribution — and the United States Title — when he goes one-on-one with The Shield’s most chaotic member, U.S. Champion Dean Ambrose. For several weeks leading up to the pay-per-view, things were really not going The Showoff’s way. Finding himself at odds with WWE COO Triple H, he was placed in virtually unwinnable Handicap Matches against all three members of The Shield, in addition to suffering assaults before and during his other matches at the hands of the vicious Hounds of Justice. Ironically, it would be this type of torment that would ultimately lead to his good fortune.

Two days before Night of Champions, SmackDown General Manager Vickie Guerrero gave Ziggler a golden opportunity: If the former World Champion could defeat Ambrose one-on-one, he would win a title contest at Sunday’s pay-per-view. And The Showoff did win, fittingly, by disqualification when WWE Tag Team Champions Seth Rollins & Roman Reigns interfered just as Ziggler was closing in on a stirring, come-from-behind victory.

As the No. 1 contender, Ziggler presents unique challenges for the eccentric Hound of Justice. With slick grappling, striking athleticism and boundless cardio, The Showoff’s style contrasts with the 6-foot-4, 225-pound Ambrose’s penchant for wild, frenzied brawls. Although both are highly talented mat technicians, Ziggler’s motivation for payback and Ambrose’s take-two-punches-to-land-one mentality could turn this contest into a highly physical and personal battle of attrition. That would suit the unhinged Ambrose — who rides into Night of Champions on a massive wave of momentum — just fine. A dominant, three-month reigning champion, he may have preferred a night off Sunday, but he has proven he’s not afraid of any Superstar. In addition to his fearlessness and confidence, he always has Rollins and Reigns on his side, ready to take advantage of The Shield’s notorious numbers game at a moment’s notice.

Can The Showoff knock off the United States Champion and become the first Superstar to dethrone a member of The Hounds of Justice? Or, will Ambrose — and The Shield — continue to dominate? To find out, watch Night of Champions this Sunday, Sept. 15, live on pay-per-view, starting at 8 ET/5 PT.

Sep 13 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Articles,

homepage Have a Preview up for the October Issue of WWE Magazine on sale by the end of the month, featuring an Interview with The Shield! I get my subscription soon so you can expect full HQ scans in the Gallery asap! In the mean time here’s a sneak peak!

Three WWE Magazine editors were given three seemingly random cell phone numbers and told to place a call at a specific time on a particular day. In this exclusive interview, each member of The Shield—Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns—allowed 15 minutes to ask any questions pertaining to their mission to reshape and wreak havoc in WWE,and what their ultimate end game may be.

Individually, which skills do you think that you bring to The Shield?

Seth Rollins: I bring an element of speed, and a kind of kamikaze nature about myself. I’m willing to sacrifice my personal being in ways that maybe the other two aren’t capable of because of their size or their backgrounds. I’m a tactician—and not in the way of technicality, but in the sense that I’m the planner. I can see things developing from far away or maybe from a distance that other people can’t. I’m able to put the pieces in places they need to be to be the most successful.

Roman Reigns: People identify me as the powerhouse, or the strength of the group. That’s right-on. I pride myself on being a powerful athlete, but at the same time, I’m still an athlete. I’m not just some big powerlifter who can just only lift weight. I’m pretty nimble; I can adjust against any opponent. If I’m bigger and stronger than a guy, I can really put my weight on him and work him how I want and tire him down. If he’s bigger than me, then I can move. I can be agile.

Dean Ambrose: I think I’m one of the better technical wrestlers in WWE, and also one of its better brawlers. I have a strict attitude, the type of attitude that takes every match and turns it into a fight. That’s where we can take advantage. The most important thing is that we all bring the same thing—the attitude. The attitude is we expect to win when we go out there between the ropes. We expect to out-work and out-brawl and out-fight and out-wrestle everybody we are in the ring with. It’s that “take no prisoners” mind-set we all bring—that’s what makes it really gel.

How long did it take to adjust to wrestling in tactical gear? Are there advantages or disadvantages to that unique style?

Seth Rollins: It took some time to get acclimated to our gear, but I’m used to training in weighted vests, so extra weight and mobility weren’t an issue. The problem is that they act almost as a sauna suit because they capture and keep the heat in. They capture the sweat, and so they become heavier as the length of the match increases.

Roman Reigns: We all just wore trunks previously, so there was a huge, huge adjustment. When we debuted, we wore turtlenecks, and it just felt weird. And then, the next week, we put our own spin on the outfits and went out and got some vests. We started to look at little things that could highlight our personalities and what we’d be more comfortable in. When it comes down to it, especially with me, I sweat a good bit when I’m wrestling, but my vest and my pants—they’re made of thick material. They’re legit tactical gear. It’s not easy, but it just goes great with what we do. It works. I wouldn’t change it for the world at this point.

Dean Ambrose: The big disadvantage is that they’re really hard to keep clean. It’s nearly impossible. I’ve run through about 10 different kinds of vests trying to find the best one to wrestle in. They’re not easy to move in. They have so many different tiny buckles and straps and things that prod at you and get loose and twist. Sometimes I get really annoyed with them, and I rip them out. On the plus side, though, it looks really cool.

Sep 9 13
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20130828_SinnisterBelts_HOMEPAGEaa sat down and had a little chat with the bad guys of the WWE to find out what makes being bad so successful!

One look at the roll call of current champions reveals all you need to know about the sinister and seemingly lawless landscape of WWE.

A confluence of events, capped off by Randy Orton’s WWE Championship win at SummerSlam, has left WWE’s most precious hardware — the championship titles — in the hands of individuals with no regard for the rulebook, let alone the WWE Universe.

Every titleholder, from World Heavyweight Champion Alberto Del Rio to Intercontinental Champion Curtis Axel, is among the most villainous, evil and reviled competitors in WWE today, and with Night of Champions just around the corner, the trend is impossible to ignore. But what does it say about WWE’s current state of affairs that championship gold appears to be the reward for callousness?

“It’s setting the standard for what it takes to be successful,” said The Shield’s Roman Reigns, one-half of the WWE Tag Team Champions with Seth Rollins. “A lot of times, the good guys finish last, and sometimes the bad guys just win. That’s what’s happening now in WWE.”

Such a scenario is far from commonplace in WWE, though it is not without precedent. You’d have to go back to February, 2010, when “bad guys” like Batista and Chris Jericho dominated the title scenes, to recapture the same ominous overtone. Chalk it up to Superstars’ embrace of the “ruthless aggression” mantra long preached by WWE Chairman Mr. McMahon, or perhaps it’s the burgeoning influence of WWE COO Triple H.

However you cut it, the lowest of the low are once again riding high in title competition.

United States Champion Dean Ambrose doesn’t believe in assigning rigid labels like “rulebreaker,” nor does he concern himself with how the WWE Universe perceives The Shield’s actions. Instead, the volatile Hound of Justice simply focuses on the end result.

“I wouldn’t call us cheaters or unscrupulous or anything,” he said. “I would just call us winners. In any sport or any business, however you get the job done, the winners write the history books, and all the history books are gonna say is that we’re champions.”
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