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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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Dec 14 12
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Rounding out both teams are perhaps the match’s most unpredictable competitors, the volatile Kane and the seemingly unhinged Dean Ambrose. Though Kane’s tumultuous personal history is well-documented, far less is known about Ambrose. Just a taste of his tenure in NXT predecessor Florida Championship Wrestling, however, is more than enough to convince any non-believer that the scraggly-haired Ambrose is capable of eerily vicious outbursts.

Height: 7’0”
Weight: 323 lbs.
Signature moves: Chokeslam, flying clothesline, enzuigiri
Accomplishments: WWE Champion; World Heavyweight Champion; WWE Tag Team Champion; ECW Champion; Intercontinental Champion; World Tag Team Champion; WCW Tag Team Champion; Hardcore Champion; 2010 SmackDown Money in the Bank winner
Strengths: Wealth of experience (including in TLC matches); size and strength; remorselessness
Weaknesses: Short temper; the date “May 19”

Dean Ambrose
Height: 6’4”
Weight: 225 lbs.
Hometown: Cincinnati
Signature moves: Kneelift, Crossface Chicken Wing
Accomplishments: Took William Regal out of commission in FCW
Strengths: Submission holds; stubbornness; brawling ability; ruthlessness; strategic; methodical
Weaknesses: Inexperience; lack of power maneuvers; hotheadedness


Dec 13 12
Published by Jen, Filed in have gotten the WWE Superstars to weigh in on the matches lined up for this Sundays TLC Pay Per View and on the subject of The Shield, it seems opinions are divided!

Maybe no match on the WWE TLC lineup holds the same level of intrigue as the Six-Man Tables, Ladders & Chairs Match, which features the official in-ring debut of Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns & Seth Rollins. When it comes to making predictions, however, this bout appears too tough for some Superstars to call. Though some competitors declined to comment on the Six-Man TLC Match (whether for fear of repercussions or due to genuine uncertainty over who’s in the catbird seat, no one can be sure), caught up with two Superstars — former Nexus cohorts, no less — who had no problem offering their opinions.

Wade Barrett: Team Hell No & Ryback is a formidable team, [and] they’ve all got their individual strengths. Obviously, experience is on the side of Kane, Daniel Bryan’s an incredible technician, and you have the power of Ryback. And then you’ve got The Shield, who are kind of an unknown entity.

I really empathize with the position The Shield are in because I was in a similar position when I was leading Nexus in 2010 in the main event of SummerSlam, when we were taking on the WWE veterans. Unfortunately, on that occasion, it didn’t end well for us. I hope for the sake of The Shield they do a little better. I’m certainly pulling for The Shield, but if I’m honest, I think Team Hell No & Ryback got ’em beat.

Michael McGillicutty: I’ve got to go with The Shield. Those guys are a cohesive unit, and that’s what it takes to get victories here in WWE. Take a look at Team Hell No. Talk about a bunch of weirdoes, man. They don’t care about anything but themselves and who’s going to get the pinfall in a contest. Then you’ve got Ryback, and I still ain’t believing his hype. The win’s going to go to The Shield, bottom line.

Dec 5 12
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Dec 5 12
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In the light of news of CM Punk’s apparent knee surgery today, has an extensive article up on Punk’s injury and what this will mean for TLC if he’s unable to compete. Will Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns get their first match in a 3 on 1 against Ryback? We can only hope. Here’s an excerpt from the article!

If Punk is not stripped of the title, WWE TLC could become the first pay-per-view in years not to feature the WWE Champion in action. Considering Raw Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero’s seemingly tenuous grip on WWE’s flagship program, it appears unlikely she would let matters come to that. Alternatively, perhaps The Queen Diva is already hard at work on a contingency plan that would impress even Mr. McMahon. Could an interim champion be named? It was only last year that Punk’s walkout with the title at Money in the Bank necessitated the crowning of a new champion. That duel-champion controversy was resolved at SummerSlam 2011 with an Undisputed WWE Championship Match between Punk and Cena. Could a similar situation happen this year?

And what would Punk’s absence from WWE TLC mean for his scheduled opponent, Ryback? Maybe WWE’s dominant omnivore, finding his order of Punk out of stock, would seek out a new three-course meal of Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns, known collectively as The Shield?

Let it not be forgotten either that should Punk vs. Ryback be scrapped, the WWE TLC event would still be in need of a bout that carries the Tables, Ladders & Chairs Match stipulation. Vickie’s tenure in charge of Raw has been nothing if not capricious. Could Ryback find himself warring amid tables, ladders and chairs against a brand-new opponent? There are still top Superstars without matches announced for WWE TLC, most notably Randy Orton, Alberto Del Rio and U.S. Champion Antonio Cesaro — all of whom would be fresh matchups for the bald-headed shredder.

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Nov 30 12
Published by Jen, Filed in is still buzzing, as is the whole world, with the arrival of The Shield and more specifically for us, Dean Ambrose. But their motives are still in question after their actions on RAW. .com provides another article and gives you the chance to have your say!

By now, the entire WWE Universe knows their name — The Shield.

After brutally attacking Ryback at Survivor Series, Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns changed the entire landscape of WWE. (PHOTOS) But one has to question if their actions contradict their words.

“We’re not renegades. We’re not mercenaries. We’re not The Nexus. We’re about principles. We’re about honor. Where honor no longer exists, we’re going to step in. We’re a shield from injustice.”Dean Ambrose

Although WWE Champion CM Punk has been the one to reap the benefits of the group’s actions, they claim it is just “coincidence.” If Ryback or Cena were the ones being wronged, they would act on their behalf just the same, they said. (WATCH: THE SHIELD EXPLAINS ITS MOTIVES)

But was putting Ryback through a table at Survivor Series in a 3-on-1 attack fair? What about yet another 3-on-1 attack on Ryback the next night on Raw? (PHOTOS | WATCH). Despite his size, Ryback didn’t stand a chance. What honor is there in three Superstars attacking just one? And certainly, the unexpected attack on Tyson Kidd and Santino Marella on Nov. 20 didn’t involve any honor. (FULL STORY)

Despite the group’s claims, it begs the question: Is the black-clad trio being upfront about its intentions, or is there something more sinister lurking behind The Shield? As the group continues to make a major impact, the entire WWE Universe will be keeping a watchful eye on what their brand of justice will bring next.

Is The Shield out to right wrongs and stop injustice in WWE? (VOTE NOW) Or are they really hypocrites? Post your comments below, Tout your ideas or sound off now on Facebook and Twitter using #TheShield.

Nov 30 12
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Dean Ambrose is a dangerous man.

The Cincinnati scrapper began his path to WWE with a fearless career on the independent scene, notable for his ability both to absorb and to distribute punishment in equal measure. Through his years toiling away in obscurity, Ambrose competed in some of the most vicious environments imaginable, sacrificing his body and blood in the pursuit of inflicting as much damage on his opponent as humanly possible. Victory was incidental. What mattered to Ambrose was always the message.

The trend would continue upon Ambrose’s arrival in WWE’s developmental territory. The young Superstar had barely set foot in the big leagues when he laid down a challenge at the feet of William Regal, ultimately competing with the Englishman in a brutal one-on-one match that left Regal scarred and Ambrose with a dislocated shoulder.

When asked for his motivation behind such incidents, Ambrose’s response was chilling. “Just to see what would happen, I get bored,” he said. “When there’s a hornet’s nest buzzing, I’ve got to poke it. I like violence. I like danger. I live life to feel alive.”

Such was Ambrose’s unpredictability that he was not permitted to compete after NXT moved to Full Sail University. But true to form, he would not be held down from spreading his own personal brand of chaos to WWE. Along with NXT Champion Seth Rollins and the towering Roman Reigns, Ambrose made his most dangerous movement yet when the threesome attacked Ryback at Survivor Series 2012, driving the beast through a table and repeating the feat the next night on Raw. Ambrose led the charge, wildly hurling his body into Ryback and initiating the brutal beatdown perpetuated by his comrades.

The trio took up the name of “The Shield” — black-clad advocates of justice in a WWE they believed had lost its way — with Ambrose seemingly serving as the group’s sneering mouthpiece in their sit-down interview with Michael Cole. On the Nov. 26 edition of Raw, the group attacked both Ryback and WWE Tag Team Champions Team Hell No, leaving their formidable competitors strewn in a heap while The Shield stood tall, looming over their new domain.

It would appear, given all of this, nothing has changed. Dean Ambrose has poked the hornet’s nest and sent a message. What the goals of The Shield are, exactly, remains to be seen, but as always with Ambrose, it will be a revelation worth waiting for.

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Nov 23 12
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After a week of vicious attacks on WWE Superstars, Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns will address the WWE Universe for the very first time on Monday Night Raw. What will this rowdy group of assailants from WWE NXT have to say about their recent onslaught?

Dressed in all black, the troublesome trio has quickly generated a lot of buzz both in the locker room and across the WWE Universe with their surprise assaults over a series of WWE events. First, they injected themselves into the Triple Threat Match at Survivor Series by ambushing Ryback and powerbombing him through the announce table right when the hulking contender appeared to be on the cusp of capturing his first WWE Title.

But it was soon clear they weren’t satisfied there, as Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns repeated their brutal three-man powerbomb on Ryback the very next night on Raw, and emerged from out of nowhere to pummel Santino Marella and Tyson Kidd during their tag team match at a Grand Rapids, Mich., TV taping Tuesday night.

Three relentless, hard-hitting attacks throughout three days raised a number of pressing questions amid the WWE Universe. Will these invaders explain their wild actions at Survivor Series, Raw and the TV taping? Or will Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns leave us with even more questions about their motive for blitzing WWE Superstars with reckless abandon?

We’ll find out Monday night on Raw at 8/7 CT!

Nov 21 12
Published by Jen, Filed in have gone article crazy on the Ambrose invasion, this time getting word from their NXT Mentor Dusty Rhodes on what he thinks of their antics! Read on!

Go ahead and call them “kids,” “upstarts,” “Superstars in training.” None of those dismissive terms changes the fact Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns have successfully laid out the most destructive force in WWE, Ryback, on consecutive nights. And now, new video obtained by suggests the trio of NXT developmental talents has expanded its campaign to target other members of WWE’s main roster.

Days removed from the frenzied closing scenes of Survivor Series and Monday’s Raw, the WWE Universe continues piecing together the puzzle that is the Ambrose-Rollins-Reigns triumvirate. As WWE management, fans and Superstars try to decipher the objectives of the “kids from NXT” — as well as determine their connection, if any, to WWE Champion CM Punk and Paul Heyman — all WWE Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes can do is sit back and nod knowingly from his office in NXT’s Florida headquarters.
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Nov 21 12
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Videos, has obtained exclusive footage showing another attack perpetrated by NXT upstarts Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns, this time at a Grand Rapids TV taping Tuesday night.

A match pitting Santino Marella against Tyson Kidd was suddenly interrupted by the mysterious trio, marking the third consecutive night Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns wreaked havoc on unsuspecting WWE Superstars following back-to-back assaults on Ryback.

Spilling into the ring donning their now-familiar black garb, the three-man crew attacked Marella and Kidd from behind, tossed Santino out of the ring and executed a vicious three-man powerbomb on Kidd. Making their exit, the NXT competitors added final insult to the fallen Marella, literally kicking The Milan Miracle when he was down.

This shocking assault comes in the wake of previous attacks on Ryback Sunday night at Survivor Series and again last night on Raw. Motives remain unknown, and speculation is running rampant throughout the WWE Universe and the locker room as to what these attacks might mean, and to what extent the trio may go next time.

For now, though, Superstars will just have to wonder when they may strike again.

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Nov 20 12
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For two consecutive nights, three young WWE NXT competitors — Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns — have seemingly protected CM Punk, ensuring the WWE Champion has been able to wriggle away from his rivals and out of harm’s way.

They’ve also pummeled Ryback with not one, but two table-shattering powerbombs.

Punk has yet to address the controversial ending to Survivor Series in which Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns hit the ring and brutalized Ryback right after he Shell Shocked both Punk and John Cena. (PHOTOS) But after the rowdy trio once again stepped in the destructive path of the near 300-pound beast on Raw, speculation will only intensify about The Straight Edge Superstar’s possible connection to these NXT assailants.

What if Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns aren’t out to defend the WWE Champion, however? What if their mission instead is to tear apart the fastest-rising Superstar in WWE piece by piece?

[spoiler effect=”blind”]Before Ryback could even get to the ring Monday night to crash Punk’s celebration of his one-year anniversary as WWE Champion, he was blindsided by Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns, who wailed on the hulking contender with a series of vicious punches and kicks. Then in a devastating display of déjà vu, the NXT invaders drove him through the same announce table as they did at Survivor Series. (PHOTOS | VIDEO) As the trio took to the ring to revel in their rampage, Punk didn’t even seem to know what to make of it, but nonetheless enjoyed yelling “Best in the World!” in triumph after the dismantling of arguably the biggest threat to his coveted WWE Title.

There is something ever so curious about the way these NXT attackers, dressed uniformly in black from head to toe, have made their presence felt during the closest moments of back-to-back WWE programs. It’s easy to point fingers and believe Punk and Paul Heyman are behind it all, but isn’t that exactly what many members of the WWE Universe thought about Brad Maddox when the rogue referee decided to attack Ryback at WWE Hell in a Cell and seal a victory for Punk? Just one week later on Raw, we learned straight from Maddox that he acted alone and was trying to make a name for himself in the hopes of becoming a WWE Superstar. (VIDEO)

Is it a stretch to think Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns want not to protect Punk’s WWE Title reign, but to make an emphatic statement and thrust themselves into the spotlight?

As extensively detailed following their first attack Sunday night, these young NXT standouts have made it clear they’re three of the most talented and dangerous athletes in WWE’s developmental system. (FULL STORY) They’ve already proven their propensity for risk-taking during their ascent up the ranks in a short period of time. Now, rather than patiently await their promotion to WWE, they’ve taken it upon themselves to seize the attention of the entire WWE Universe by mercilessly and methodically targeting the hottest young Superstar whose past stomping ground was WWE’s developmental system as well.

Throughout history, rebel groups ranging from The New World Order to The Nexus have made a dramatic impact in sports-entertainment with unpredictable attacks. What quicker way for Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns also to leave their mark than to destroy a monster who is seemingly indestructible?

As questions continue to swirl over Punk’s increasingly controversial WWE Title reign, three shaggy-haired newcomers appear to be hell-bent on shifting the buzz to themselves.

If there is more of this to come, Ryback might have to stop looking ahead to Punk’s WWE Championship, and start looking behind him to see what kind of wild ambush is next.