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Noted Ring Names: Dean Ambrose, Jon Moxley
From: Cincinnati, Ohio
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)
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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November 2nd, 2013

Before the intro even begins The Shield start the show with a message for the Usos, they’re a little tired of their silly neon outfits running around sticking their noses in to The Shields business. They’re not contenders or threats, they’re just speedbumps and tonight will be no different. Dean announces that he and Seth will make sure justice is server – something Reigns looks a little confused about, why isn’t he part of the fun? But nevertheless, he reminds us to believe in The Shield.

After opening credits the match gets underway and Ambrose starts things out against Pink Uso #1, Ambrose quickly taking control of the action but not for long, tagging out to Rollins as soon as The Uso starts to fight back. The action is fast paced as usual and as Ambrose and Rollins get the advantage with the aid of Reigns on the outside, the arrival of Big E Langston puts a spanner in their plans. Langston comes to ringside to keep Roman at bay and this leads to a quick crumble of The Shields usual tactics. Things breaking down as they normally do, one of The Usos takes out Reigns and Ambrose is left alone inside the ring. A single mistake from him sees Uso #2 able to roll him up and steal the win.

Ambrose is stunned and quickly goes after the Uso, attacking him viciously until Big E Langston barrels in to the ring and knocks him off his feet. Big E hoists Dean over his shoulder and is about to hit his Big Finish when Roman comes to Dean’s aid, knocking Langston down and dragging Ambrose from the ring. Roman’s left alone inside with the Usos and Big E. Any other man would back off, but not Reigns. Reigns roars at them to bring it on and Rollins and Ambrose swiftly get back in the ring and hold the big man back from attacking. Pulling him out of the ring despite his seething rage. It seems a little like Roman is starting to lose his cool – are The Shield finally cracking?

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November 1st, 2013

Ambrose stepped in to action alongside Rollins, Reigns and Orton to take on the oddly pieces together team of Goldust, Cody Rhodes, Daniel Bryan and… Big E Langston? Quite what he has to do with anything is beyond me but apparently the ‘good guys’ are looking for some muscle to add to their weak arsenal (#Heel). Ambrose started things out against Rhodes and despite Rhodes’ best efforts wasn’t able to get one over on Dean and tagged out to Goldust. Ambrose battled back against the old timer and held his own, eventually forcing Goldust to give up and go home too, tagging out to Langston. Dean made a hasty retreat and let Rollins deal with that one, but it wouldn’t be long before Dean was stepping in to the ring against the big man.

Despite being manhandled he held his own and from there, things began to break down in usual Shield style. The closing moments seeing Ambrose on the receiving end of the Yes Lock, seconds from tapping out before being saved by Roman. Ambrose hastily made the tag to Orton and got the hell out of there, leaving Orton to deal with the stunned Bryan. Unfortunately, it once again wasn’t to be The Shields night as the flying goat got the better of Orton and pinned him to take home the victory. Things just haven’t been in The Shields favor lately, have they.

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October 26th, 2013

After going it alone on Main Event to retain his United States Championship, Dean reunited with Rollins and Reigns to head in to 6 Man Tag action against Goldust, Rhodes and Daniel Bryan in the Main Event on Smackdown. Rollins and Reigns were clearly in no mood for games and with Dean the only gold holder of the trio, they looked oddly naked without all those titles. Seth and Roman were out for revenge from the outset and all but took apart Goldust and Cody, it was a while before Dean saw any of the action. Eventually though it all boiled down to Dean and Daniel Bryan as Roman and Seth took Cody and Goldust to the outside, the usual Shield mayhem breaking down as Reigns threw Cody into the barrier. He attempted to spear Goldust in to the steel steps but Goldust dodged and Reigns was sent crashing in to them.

Rollins picked up the momentum and threw Goldust and Cody over the announce table, only to end up on the receiving end of a flying goat. Leaving Ambrose all alone to deal with an ill tempered Daniel Bryan. A bad clash in the center of the ring put both men down but eventually it was Daniels running knee to the face that put Ambrose down for the three count. Another terrible loss for The Shield – one Rollins and Reigns might not be happy with their team mate for?

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October 18th, 2013

SmackDown’s 4-on-1 Handicap Match main event descended into chaos when all three members of The Shield joined Randy Orton in swarming The World’s Largest Athlete. The match ended in a Disqualification win for Big Show when Dean Ambrose brought a chair to the fight. Though the giant was able to deliver a KO Punch and remove it from Ambrose’s clutches, a Roman Reigns spear finally brought him down.

The Shield and Orton refused to cease their relentless assault after the bell, though, until The Usos emerged from the back to even the odds! And when The Viper set up a chair on the downed giant’s head, looking to do further damage, Daniel Bryan flew down the ramp and took the Friday night fight to Orton, snapping in the “Yes!” Lock before Ambrose could open the door for The Viper to slither away.

But a running knee to the U.S. Champion’s head put down the leader of The Shield and sent all four opposing Superstars fleeing from the ring. Will Daniel Bryan have the same kind of success at WWE Battleground?

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October 5th, 2013

Ziggler gets another shot at the United States Championship and after The Shield suffered a bit of a hectic night on Monday, Ambrose actually pinned by Ziggler in the 11 on 3 elimination match, you had to wonder what mindset Dean would be in coming in to this defense. As it turns out, the fact that the Boss threw them under the bus on RAW doesn’t seem to have swayed The Shield any. Dean looking ready to rip Zigglers face off as he waits to come out. The match between the two of them is short and Ziggler brings his own back up in the form of RVD and Kofi Kingston – lets face it, Ziggler could bring the cast of Grand Theft Auto 5 and he still wouldn’t be able to get the job done. The match falls apart fairly swiftly and ends in a No Contest as The Shield fight with Kofi, RVD and Ziggler. Prompting an irate Triple H to ringside to yell at them all and declare a 6 man tag.

The Shield dominate the following match up with their seamless in ring chemistry and team work together, though things do break out in to the usual mayhem toward the end, an eventual kick to the head from Rollins on Kofi leaves Ambrose to pick up the pieces and secure the win for the team. Ziggler isn’t getting that title – ever.

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September 28th, 2013


RAW closed with 10 Superstars from the WWE locker room revolting against Triple H and his regime and saving Daniel Bryan from Orton and The Shield, but they couldn’t expect it to go unpunished. Smackdown opens with Vickie Guerrero calling out Bryan and informing him he and those 10 Superstars will be in a Gauntlet match against The Shield, with one man at a time coming out to face the trio. Fair? Hey, who cares. Justice is justice.

The Shield start out against Darren Young of the Prime Time Players and make short work of him, moving on to his tag partner Titus and laying him out too. 3rd out is Dolph Ziggler who races to the ring and makes a beeline for Ambrose, leaping on him and battering him with punches before he’s ripped away by Rollins and Reigns. Ziggler finds himself in a fight for his life as The Shield regroup and beat him down, but he won’t stay down and battles back, a flurry of offense that has Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns on their toes. Eventually though a massive spear on the outside from Roman puts Ziggler out for the ten count. Next out is Kofi Kingston and with The Shield tiring a little, Kingston takes it to them with his usual high flying style, but it’s not to be, beaten down and pinned by Ambrose, Kofi’s the next on the fail list. Rob Van Dam makes six and with Roman reeling from a Trouble In Paradise kick from Kofi, it’s down to Rollins and Ambrose to take out Van Dam. RVD’s unique offense however has Ambrose and Rollins on the run and he lays them out and sets Ambrose up for the Five Star Frog Splash. It looks like RVD may have the win in his pocket when he’s interrupted by Triple H. The distraction sees Roman regroup and shove Van Dam from the turnbuckles to the outside, another wasted body on the mat. Triple H storms down to ringside and orders Vickie Guerrero to come to the back with him, telling The Shield to get out of the ring and leave. He’s not happy.

Backstage Triple H chews out Vickie and tells her the Superstars need to feel like competition is fair and her match basically sucked, he doesn’t want a full scale revolt on his hands. That being the case The Shield will compete in the Main Event against Daniel Bryan and The Usos.

Back from a commercial break The Shield wait for the arrival of their opponents and soon the match is underway. They go back and forth for a while until eventually The Shield isolate one of the Usos, keeping him in their corner and breaking him down piece by piece. Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns dominate the large part of the match up and though the wily Uso battles to keep from giving up, it looks like all may be lost for the team. Until a little helping hand from Uso #2 see’s the tag made to Daniel Bryan and mayhem breaking lose. Roman is tossed to the outside and assaulted by an Uso, Rollins takes his life in to his hands and hurls himself over, taking out himself, Roman and the Uso. Uso #2 makes a leap for his life and Ambrose is left alone in the ring with Bryan. Hitting Daniel with a devastating clothesline, Daniel kicks out of a pinfall and Ambrose appears to be in control for a heartbeat, until Bryan locks in the No/Yes/Whatever Lock. Ambrose is able to make it to the ropes but The Usos on the outside kick him in the face in tandem, leaving him a dazed mess as he gets to his feet. A running knee from Bryan and Ambrose is down for the three count.

Well come on, five wins and one loss in a night isn’t so bad. Darn Goats.

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September 20th, 2013

Friday the 13th is unlucky for some and it’s definitely unlucky for the Big Show as he starts his night out being suspended without pay by Triple H, before having The Shield surround him and attack. While he manages to fend them off for a while and put’s up a valiant effort, taking to high ground on the announce table in a bid to swat them away like flies, the pack of hounds just keeps coming and with brutal use of a chair, the three eventually have him where they want him in the center of the ring. A Triple Powerbomb later, and Big Show is well and truly put in his place.

Later on in the night Ambrose faces off against Dolph Ziggler in something of a dream match but one in which they seem to be holding back, trying to figure one another out as the momentum swings back and forth between the two. Maybe they’re holding out for something bigger, oh wait a second, what’s that Vickie? After Rollins and Reigns assault Ziggler, breaking up the match Vickie Guerrero comes out and declares Ziggler and Ambrose will face at Night of Champions for the United States Championship – and that’s not all. There’ll be a 6 man tag between The Shield, Ziggler & The Usos coming up next!

For much of the match The Shield isolate an already weary Ziggler in their corner and despite a sudden flurry of a comeback from The Usos, The Shield are as ever on their lethal form. With bodies flying everywhere ultimately it’s The Shield that come out on top as Ambrose and Ziggler brawl to the outside, Roman Spears an Uso in to next week, then gets Superkicked out of his boots. And Rollins lifts the knees on a Splash and rolls up the other Uso for the win. The Shield victorious heading in to the Pay Per View. But is that good or bad?

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September 14th, 2013

Once again The Shield are on guard for the start of Smackdown as Triple H addresses the locker room and gives them the chance to speak up and air their numerous grievances, but most are too afraid to stand up and say what’s really on their minds, while Daniel Bryan is nowhere to be found. Triple H handles a few gripes and then announces Bryan will have to pick a member of The Shield to face later in the night. While Dolph Ziggler and Ryback are afforded a rematch from RAW without the interference of Ambrose.

That match gets underway without Dean in the picture, however as it rolls on, theres a sudden disturbance at the announce table as Ambrose takes the commentators by surprise and gives Michael Cole a nervous breakdown. But he’s told to relax, he’s never been safer. Dean joins Cole and JBL for commentary on the match and informs the world The Shield still works for The Shield and the good of the business, it just happens that they fall on the same page as Triple H these days. He goes on to mock Ziggler and say when one of the ducks fall out of line, they needed to be put back in a row. Eventually Ziggler is knocked out of the ring by Ryback but manages to dodge a spear like move and send Ryback crashing in to the steps. As Ziggler regroups, Ambrose taunts him from the booth.

Ziggler suddenly lurches toward Dean and chases him around the announce table, Dean leads him straight in to a meathook clothesline from Ryback, aww. Ambrose takes a seat on the steps to watch Ryback deliver the Shellshock to Ziggler and pick up the win, what a shame. The little duck is one step closer to his line.

Later on in the night The Shield return to the ring and Daniel Bryan lets them decide who he’s going to face being as he’ll likely have to face all three anyway. It looks to be Roman as the choice, but it’s a bluff as Rollins attacks him from behind. Another fast paced furious match up starting between them that Bryan for the most part controls much to the chagrin of Ambrose and Reigns on the outside. Despite their best attempts to aid their team mate, it’s not Rollins’ night and with a nasty knee to the face, Bryan picks up a swift win and escapes the ring before The Shield can attack. It seems like Bryans victorious, chanting YES from the top of the ramp while The Shield rage in the ring, but its short lived as Randy Orton attacks from behind, knocking Bryan down and standing over him to end Smackdown.

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September 7th, 2013

After the explosive events of Monday nights RAW it seems things couldn’t get much worse for Daniel Bryan, Big Show and Dolph Ziggler. But rest assured, they can, and with a twisted mind like Ambrose in the mix Smackdown turned in to a metaphorical bloodbath for all involved. Starting out the night with Miz TV in which the bleeding heart interviewed Big Show and Ziggler about their misfortune, Triple H eventually heard enough of the whining crybabies and went out there to inform The Miz he’d be in a match with Orton, Ziggler he’d be in a handicap match against The Shield, and The Big Show had to sit ringside and watch or he’d be fired! Boohoo, my heart bleeds.

As The Miz and Orton waged war, The Shield came through the crowd to stand guard and while they didn’t interfere in the match, as soon as the bell was rung they were quickly to Orton’s side, a brutal beatdown beginning that the Big Show could only sit and cry over. Until feisty Daniel Bryan ran in with a chair and made the save! The Shield and Orton retreating up the ramp as Bryan riled up the crowd and Big Show tended to Miz. Later on in the night a dejected and sulky looking Ziggler skulked to the ring to face his fate. Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns awaiting him like a pack of hungry wolves and while Ziggler started out fast, he was soon subdued by Rollins, mangled by Roman and humiliated by Ambrose. Ziggler made a brief comeback when he dumped Ambrose over the top rope to the outside. But Ambrose recuperated and tagged in Rollins. A swift exchange saw Ziggler dazed, and a tag to Reigns saw Roman spear Ziggler’s soul out of his body, winning The Shield the match up.

As Big Show looked on, Dean hauled Ziggler to his feet and choked him against the ropes. Taunting Big Show to come in the ring and do something. But he doesn’t. Eventually The Shield hit Ziggler with their Triple Powerbomb and leave him in the dust.

Later on in the night Daniel Bryan faces the ‘bully’ Ryback and somehow gets the better of him even with Orton at ringside. Bryan cinches Orton in to his Yes/No Lock and once again Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns charge the ring. Assaulting Bryan. This time Big Show makes his move and Ambrose backs everybody in to the corner away from the Giant. But Triple H makes the save, marching down to the ring and ordering Show out or he’s fired. Very reluctantly, Big Show leaves to save his career while Ambrose and co smirk on. Once Big Show is gone, Ambrose and Rollins hold Bryan steady for Orton to humiliate with punches and kicks. Eventually they hit their Triple Powerbomb, but the humiliation isn’t over. Rollins hands Orton a can of spraypaint and as The Shield look on, Orton paints ‘NO’ over Bryans chest. Ambrose hands the champ his title and The Shield exit the ring as Orton stands over his victim.

They hold all the cards. Get used to it!

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August 31st, 2013




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