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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 Holding: WWE RAW Tag Team Championship (w/Seth Rollins)
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 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: Smackdown
Nov 9 16
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Smackdown, Videos, WWE

The full SmackDown LIVE 5-on-5 Traditional Survivor Series Men’s Elimination Match roster — WWE World Champion AJ Styles, Dean Ambrose, Bray Wyatt, Randy Orton and Baron Corbin (along with a few extra guests: Luke Harper and the apple of Scotland’s eye, James Ellsworth) — continued to struggle with team unity. This culminated with Styles and Ambrose getting into a war of words, Corbin walking out and The Wyatt Family simply stoically standing in the ring.

SmackDown LIVE Commissioner Shane McMahon came out to try and rally the troops and then, per the mind of Ellsworth, named the underdog the official mascot of Team SmackDown LIVE. Then, in an attempt to get the team to work out some of their aggressions against one another, set up a Six-Man Tag Team Match between The New Wyatt Family of Bray, Orton and Harper against Ambrose, Corbin and Ellsworth later in the night in Glasgow.

After Baron Corbin rejected his spot in SmackDown LIVE’s match in Glasgow, a replacement was found — resident enemy of The New Wyatt Family, Kane.

WWE World Champion AJ Styles sat at the commentary desk and what a match he was treated to. All six Superstars absolutely threw down on the primetime stage. The battle was aggressive and brutal with several momentum swings.

The match dynamic changed completely when Kane and Harper brawled to the backstage area, in effect making it a virtual tag team contest with Wyatt and Orton battling Ambrose and Ellsworth (who had yet to be tagged into the match).

With the crowd going absolutely berserk behind him, Ellsworth could not help himself and tagged himself in while a worn down Ambrose was attempting to recover. Ellsworth came in and began to tune up the band for “No Chin Music,” however it was to no avail. As soon as Ellsworth attempted the move, The Eater of Worlds caught him and immediately transitioned the counter into Sister Abigail for the victory.

Moments after SmackDown LIVE’s main event, Dean Ambrose looked as though he was about to be ambushed by The New Wyatt Family with Styles was also lurking. However, before things could get crazy, Shane McMahon rushed to ringside to try and break it up.

This prompted the arrival of SmackDown LIVE General Manager Daniel Bryan, who after trying to find a replacement for Baron Corbin on the Survivor Series SmackDown LIVE Men’s team all evening, realized that there was now only one choice — Shane McMahon! The Glasgow crowd chanted “YES!” and, soon after, so did Shane himself.

Dear Survivor Series,
Here comes the money!

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Nov 2 16
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Smackdown, Videos, WWE,

After last weeks big time blunder by James Ellsworth, he opens Smackdown this week to beg forgiveness from Dean Ambrose. Might be a tough ask from a man that specializes in revenge, but he’s open to hearing what James has to say and comes to the ring to hear him out. Once there, he decides that even though he’s imagined smacking him around for what he did, he can’t look at his face and not forgive him. Dean tells him it’s all good, but just never ever ever get in his way again. James continues to try and apologize when AJ interrupts and tells James that Dean’s just been using him. Dean doesn’t take kindly to this and James tries to break it up as Dean and AJ get face to face, only for AJ to shove James in to Dean and then take him down with a kick to the head followed by his ‘Phenomenal Forearm’.

Backstage a little later on, Deans fuming and as James once again tries to apologize, Dean says he’s done. Until Daniel Bryan tries to calm things down and promises Dean another shot at becoming #1 contender, tonight. And under no circumstances is James to come to ringside. It seems like Ellsworth can’t hear too well as later on in the night as Deans interviewed about his match, he turns up again to plead with Dean to let him come to ringside. Dean laughs in his face, telling him absolutely not, go eat some candy.

Before his match, Dean decides he’s not taking the risk and packs Ellsworth off out the back exit, telling him any man with two hands can call an Uber and skidaddle. Thinking hes in the clear, Dean heads in to his match. He takes the fight straight to AJ and it quickly becomes an outside brawl. The two men now so adept at wrestling one another they’re coming up with counters to each others counters, making for a breath taking ride. Until once again.. Ellsworth gets involved, running in through the crowd and almost costing Dean with another distraction. Security chase Ellsworth all around the arena, and eventually AJ Styles gets so ticked off he shoves James over the announce desk. It gives Dean just enough time to regroup and as AJ goes for his Phenomenal Forearm off the top rope, Dean kicks him in the gut on his descent and nails him with Dirty Deeds. Picking up the win.. and a new #1 Contendership!

Maybe Ellsworth is just as crazy as Dean is.. somehow it worked out. Here’s what had to say.

Following his accidental disqualification of Dean Ambrose in The Lunatic Fringe’s high-stakes matchup with AJ Styles last week on SmackDown LIVE, a clearly distraught James Ellsworth came to the ring to make a public apology to Ambrose.

A perturbed, but sympathetic Ambrose listened to Ellsworth’s sincere request for forgiveness, and accepted, but also told Ellsworth to never get in his way again. Both were then interrupted by WWE World Champion AJ Styles, who was quick to disparage both Ellsworth’s WWE merit and his relationship with Ambrose.

This unnerved the unstable Ambrose, which led to him to get into a brawl with Styles, which Ellsworth nobly attempted to break up before being shoved by The Phenomenal One into Ambrose. Styles then took advantage of the staggered Ambrose by hitting him with the Phenomenal Forearm. Styles then promptly exited the ring, laughing at the comedy of errors that Ellsworth had just produced, while the underdog looked on, completely mortified.

Daniel Bryan announced earlier in the night that, much like last week, if Dean Ambrose could defeat AJ Styles in the main event, he would be named the new No. 1 contender for the WWE World Championship. This time, however, James Ellsworth was not to be at ringside.

Continuing their string of incredible matches, Ambrose and Styles wowed the WWE Universe with incredible action that saw the momentum shift several times over. As the action picked up though, Ellsworth could just not help himself and made his way out to the arena.

The two Superstars kept going at it, and then, in the match’s pivotal moments, despite Bryan’s warning, Ellsworth snuck out to ringside! Security began to chase Ellsworth all over the arena before Styles finally got ahold of him. The WWE World Champion did not think twice about pouncing him over the announce table before returning his attention to Ambrose. However, the tides turned on The Phenomenal One quickly when, going for his signature Phenomenal Forearm, Ambrose caught him with a kick to the gut as he descended from the top rope which he then transitioned into Dirty Deeds for the victory to become the new No. 1 contender.

After the match, security finally got their hands on Ellsworth, but Ambrose snatched him from their grasp and began to celebrate with him.

Friends forever … it’s a nice idea.

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Oct 26 16
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Smackdown, Videos, WWE

A complicated night for Dean, as he learns the hard way sometimes being nice doesn’t get you anywhere. After bringing in his ‘little buddy’ James Ellsworth to help make AJ Styles’ life hell, the fun backfires as Dean looks to earn a new #1 Contendership spot. Ellsworth says that after everything Dean’s done for him, he wants to repay the favor and be in his corner in the match tonight. Dean isn’t keen, and initially turns James down. However later on in the night as Dean heads to the ring, he finds Ellsworth sulking and once again the newbie begs Dean to let him be in his corner, layering on the guilt by saying he always felt like a loser until Dean helped him be a winner. It’s a big guilt trip to swallow, and perhaps tugs at whatever little heartstring Dean might have left. He agrees to let Ellsworth come out, on the condition he stays out of trouble.

Unfortunately, James doesn’t listen to instruction very well. Instantly becoming a target for AJ, who uses him to distract Dean and throw his concentration off. An eventual dropkick through the ropes to Ellsworth sees things unravel, as Dean gets his bearings back in the ring, James takes the opportunity to repay AJ for the dropkick.. and hits him with a superkick! Bad move. Dean instantly realizes what James has done and pleads with the referee, but it’s too late. Dean’s disqualified because of James’ actions, and his shot at the WWE Championship slips out of his grasp. Sometimes.. its better to stay a loner. Tonight, Dean learned that the hard way. Tsk, I mean, you try to help people! Here’s what had to say!

James Ellsworth shocked the world again. This time though, it wasn’t necessarily so joyous.

Ellsworth accompanied Dean Ambrose to the ring in a major SmackDown LIVE main event. Though WWE World Champion AJ Styles was out for retribution after Ambrose’s involvement in his match with Ellsworth last week, if The Lunatic Fringe could defeat The Phenomenal One, he would then subsequently be named No. 1 contender for the illustrious championship.

Both Superstars went hard in the paint in efforts to triumph over the other. After a thrilling series of exchanges, it appeared that Ambrose was on the verge of victory … but then James Ellsworth happened.

Ellsworth accidently cost Ambrose the match when, after Styles viciously dropkicked Ellsworth, the No Chinned Wonder later got his revenge by Superkicking the champion on the outside. However, the sweet feeling of retribution would be short-lived when Ambrose was disqualified because of Ellsworth’s hasty actions, awarding Styles the victory and eliminating Ambrose’s chance at becoming No. 1 Contender.

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Oct 19 16
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Smackdown, Videos, WWE review this week as your webmiss is having internet troubles! Hopefully normality will resume soon!

Before this mega-rematch between WWE World Champion AJ Styles and the man that had defeated him (albeit controversially) last week, James Ellsworth, SmackDown LIVE General Manager Daniel Bryan made it clear that Dean Ambrose, who officiated the contest last week, could not referee this go round, but would be slotted in as … literally everything but guest referee.

After Ambrose’s rather biased intros as guest ring announcer, Styles and Ellsworth began their championship match … but then Ambrose just would not stop interrupting. Nor the match or either Superstar could not get into any type of rhythm without The Lunatic Fringe piping in on the microphone from ringside, at one point prompting a commercial break while Styles was firmly in control.

All of Ambrose’s barbs from the outside ultimately led to a close call of Ellsworth hitting Styles with a Superkick (No Chin Music, anyone?) for an extremely close call. However, Ellsworth’s heart and Ambrose’s digs ultimately drove Styles mad, leading to The Phenomenal One exploding on Ellsworth, beating on the underdog mercilessly until the referee called for him to be disqualified.

Albeit a result of his own actions, the result of the contest caused Styles to go ballistic, leading him to charge at Ambrose, which was swiftly met with Dirty Deeds. Ambrose then proceeded to pick up Ellsworth (who was now officially 2-0 against Styles) and celebrate with him..

A win, and chin, for the ages.

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Oct 19 16
Published by Kristy, Filed in Smackdown, Videos, WWE

Watch what happened between Dean & James Ellsworth during the commercial break of the WWE World Title Match.

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Oct 12 16
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Smackdown, Videos, WWE

To the victor goes the spoils … and a match with James Ellsworth?

WWE World Champion AJ Styles came out to focus on his major (albeit controversial) victory at No Mercy on Sunday in the Triple Threat Match against John Cena and Dean Ambrose. In spite of the subsequent arrival of The Lunatic Fringe, “The Champ that Runs the Camp” announced that his next opponent (in a non-title match) would be SmackDown LIVE’s resident underdog, James Ellsworth! A big fan of Ellsworth, SmackDown LIVE General Manager Daniel Bryan emerged to approve the matchup, before adding that Ambrose would be the special guest referee and if Styles put his hands on Ambrose, he would be fined or suspended.

Ambrose made Styles’ life a little bit difficult as the match went on, seemingly trying to bait Styles during the contest, including taking phone calls while Styles had Ellsworth tapping to the Calf Crusher and posing for pictures with fans at ringside.

Ambrose then turned it up a notch when he struck Styles with two Dirty Deeds and placed Ellsworth on top of Styles for a fast three-count to secure Ellsworth, quite possibly, the biggest upset in SmackDown LIVE history.

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Oct 5 16
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Smackdown, Videos, WWE

Last week on Talking Smack, John Cena got a little too personal when addressing Dean and his career. If you thought Dean was just going to let it slide then you don’t know Dean Ambrose at all. Tonight on Smackdown the three No Mercy opponents get one last chance to confront each other and it’s an opportunity that doesn’t disappoint. Dean first interrupting AJ Styles to remind him he’s cheated in both of his victories against him and while he respects Styles’ achievements out there in the big wide world of wrestling, he doesn’t deserve the title he has now. Just like John Cena doesn’t deserve the title opportunity he has at No Mercy. Cena of course isn’t one to hear his name and ignore the spotlight, he comes out guns blazing but surprisingly, gets stopped in his tracks as AJ Styles tells him to ‘Shut up!’ – Well, never thought we’d be siding with AJ. But it’s time for Cena to hear a few home truths. AJ says Cena doesn’t deserve to be mentioned in the same breath as an icon like Ric Flair, let alone deserve the chance to match his 16 WWE Championships record. Ouch. Cena goes to fire back but this time Ambrose stops him dead in his tracks, getting in his face with a response to ‘Talking Smack’ last week.

Dean says he already knows what Cena’s gonna say, he’s heard it all before. Cena’s going to play the political game and try and make the guy that got screwed over twice now, look like the bad guy. He says that’s what Cena’s good at, politics, twisting things, in fact it’s the only reason he’s even in this match. John Cena tries to undercut anybody that gets in his way, stab them in the back, he’s been trying to do it to Dean since day one but he can’t. Why? Dean says because Mr Hustle himself can’t out-work him. He thinks he works harder than Dean just because he’s on a private jet to some award show after he wrestles? Dean’s in that ring every single night, blood sweat tears and wars. He tells Cena to check his resume – No days off, no sick days, zero time on the injured list, more matches than anybody this year and last. Dean’s work ethic speaks for itself – but Mr Respect somehow can’t respect Dean Ambrose.

Why? Because Dean wasn’t a guy that came in and kissed Cena’s ass. He never played by his rules, he’s never going to. If being a “fake plastic suckass behind the scenes” is what it takes to be a bona-fide superstar in John Cena’s eyes then he can keep it. Dean’ll be Dean Ambrose, real, authentic. Have fun being the guy that plays John Cena on TV, John.

Ouch. Cena has no response to this, for all of his big talk he decides tonight that talk is cheap and chooses instead to attack. Tackling Dean down to the mat as a brawl breaks out that ends with Cena clearing house of both Dean and AJ. It doesn’t last, AJ Styles retaliating and taking his title, he heads to the ramp only for Dean to jump him and hit him with Dirty Deeds. Dean is the last man left standing on the last Smackdown before No Mercy, holding the WWE Championship above his head. If he has his way, it’ll be his again on Sunday. Here’s what had to say!

The three Superstars in the No Mercy Triple Threat main event for the WWE World Championship went face-to-face-to-face just five days before the major Team Blue event. Harsh words and insults were exchanged on all three sides, with each competitor challenging the other’s passion, ability and drive.

All of this led to a tumultuous brawl that, in the end, saw Dean Ambrose stand tall holding the WWE World Championship.

On Sunday there will be No Mercy; on this night there was just no stopping the Lunatic Fringe.

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Sep 28 16
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Smackdown, Videos, WWE

On tonights Smackdown Live, Dean finally gets his one on one rematch against AJ Styles, but unsurprisingly AJ uses less than ‘fair’ tactics to pick up his win. Taking advantage of distraction by Cena, AJ grabs a handful of Dean’s belt and jeans to keep him down for the 1, 2, 3. Dean’s enraged at the title (and revenge) slipping out of his grasp once again, and he places the blame squarely on John Cena’s shoulders. However after a shoving match and an attempt to Dirty Deeds the 15 time Champion, John Cena turns the tables and delivers an AA to both Dean and AJ Styles. The chessboard is most definitely set for No Mercy.

In an explosive SmackDown LIVE main event, AJ Styles and Dean Ambrose battled it out with John Cena looking on from commentary.

Styles and Ambrose held nothing back in their attempts to obtain the most prestigious prize in all of WWE, bringing their absolute best to the Team Blue battlefield. The two went back and forth with several near falls. But when the action moved outside the ring in what would be the final moments of the match, The Phenomenal One opted to engage Cena, decking him on the outside. But, when the visibly frustrated leader of the Cenation climbed up on the ring apron, the referee became distracted. From there chaos reigned with Styles being able to ultimately seize the moment, grab The Lunatic Fringe’s tights and roll him up to retain the championship.

However, the action was far from over after the match, with Cena laying out both Ambrose and Styles out with Attitude Adjustments, clearly making a statement toward claiming his 16th World Championship at No Mercy.

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Sep 21 16
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Smackdown, Videos, WWE,

Dean Ambrose Def. John Cena
After the harsh insults they exchanged and the Dirty Deeds that Dean Ambrose struck John Cena with last week, the two held nothing back in trying to push their ascent toward the WWE World Championship this week. The two went back and forth, sweeping the WWE Universe up and pushing themselves to their limits in the process until, finally, The Lunatic Fringe caught Cena sleeping with a rollup for a huge pinfall victory.

After the match, AJ Styles, seeing an opportunity, dashed to ringside and got shots in on both Cena and Ambrose before immediately beginning to celebrate his “accomplishment.”

His celebration would not last long though, as SmackDown LIVE General Manager Daniel Bryan announced that Ambrose still was owed his promised one-on-one rematch for the WWE World Championship and he would get that next week on SmackDown LIVE!

Styles then got a taste of next week when he was met with a surprise Dirty Deeds from Ambrose, setting the stage for the colossal championship match.

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Sep 14 16
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Smackdown, Videos, WWE

Hell hath no fury like Dean Ambrose cheated out of a Championship. As he informs AJ on Smackdown, titles come and go and wins and losses happen, but when you cheat to win and kick him in the family jewels to take his prize away from him, you become his enemy. That’s something he isn’t about to forgive and he’s now cursing AJ with the same hex he put on Seth Rollins. And ask Rollins, Ambrose on your tail isn’t a fun hell hound to have as a shadow. However, John Cena for some reason takes exception to this and chooses to butt in and tell Dean he cheated too back on Smackdown when he hung AJ by his groin off the ropes (that wasn’t a championship match, John. AJ wasn’t even in the match, John… I digress) and further insults Dean by telling him he doesn’t have the balls to step up. Dean laughs in his face and lets him know what he thinks of him.. that he doesn’t care what he has to say, the opinion of a washed up part timer doesn’t mean much. Thems fighting words, and as it seems like they might come to blows. Shane McMahon intervenes. Telling them there’ll be a triple threat at No Mercy (Cena gets a title shot for what reason? Its a mystery!) and Dean will get a one on one shot later on down the line if he’s not victorious. Well, I guess it’ll have to do. Leaving Smackdowns main event a tag match with Dean and John having to co-exist.

Co-exist they do, quite well actually. Picking up the win against AJ and The Miz, John Cena is all smiles and seemingly forgetting that he insulted Dean at the start of the show and their beef isn’t over. Dean takes Cena by surprise and drives his face in to the mat with an out of nowhere Dirty Deeds. Plenty more where that came from. Dean might no longer be the ‘face that runs the place’.. but he’s definitely the face ready to tear the place apart. Ooh, we like it. Here’s what had to say!

Following the controversial close to Backlash, which saw AJ Styles defeat Dean Ambrose for the WWE World Championship by sneaking in a low-blow, the new titleholder opened SmackDown LIVE with nothing but celebration on his mind … but then John Cena shockingly returned, claiming he only had one goal in mind — becoming a 16-time World Champion. Meanwhile, Dean Ambrose stormed out wanting retribution on Styles, but was also quickly met with a tongue lashing from Cena himself.

SmackDown LIVE Commissioner Shane McMahon soon completely halted “the champ that runs the camp’s” victory lap and called time on Ambrose and Cena’s personal war of words, stating that thanks to The Phenomenal One’s actions at Backlash, he would now defend his newly-won crown at SmackDown LIVE’s next exclusive event, No Mercy, against both Dean Ambrose and the returning John Cena!

Shane then also informed all three competitors that, in addition to the No Mercy main event, SmackDown LIVE’s main event would be Cena and Ambrose against Styles and a partner of his choosing! The SmackDown LIVE Universe instantly said “Yes, please” to No Mercy.

AJ Styles struggled to find a partner for this main event match against John Cena and Dean Ambrose all evening until finally Shane McMahon and Daniel Bryan appointed him one – local competitor James Ellsworth.

The WWE World Champion looked as though he would have preferred no partner to the slender-framed Ellsworth. However, the champion’s problem would not remain a problem for long, as The Miz soon came from behind Ellsworth and attacked him, screaming out that he was the “main event” and signaling to Styles that he would take his place in the match. The WWE World Champion and Intercontinental Champion would now team together to take on Cena and Ambrose.

These four mega-Superstars did not hold back, all busting out with their best to put the other side down. The action in the match’s final moments was furious with Ambrose taking out Styles with a Suicide Dive and Cena finishing off Miz with an Attitude Adjustment for the win.

There would be no mutual respect shown between partners, however, as Ambrose did not hesitate to strike with Dirty Deeds on Cena after their victory.

No Mercy cometh

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