Watch what happened between Dean & James Ellsworth during the commercial break of the WWE World Title Match.
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Noted Ring Names: Dean Ambrose, Jon Moxley
From: Cincinnati, Ohio
Date of Birth: December 7, 1985
WWE Debut: Survivor Series 2012
WWE Titles Held: WWE World Heavyweight Championship, United States Championship, Intercontinental Championship (x2)
WWE Titles Holding: Intercontinental Championship
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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Watch what happened between Dean & James Ellsworth during the commercial break of the WWE World Title Match.
October 19th, 2016
October 12th, 2016
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 WWE.com had to say!
October 5th, 2016
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.
September 28th, 2016
September 21st, 2016
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 WWE.com had to say!
September 14th, 2016
After humiliating AJ Styles at the end of last weeks Smackdown, Dean’s pretty pleased with himself and not sweating his opponent too much. Heading in to a main event showdown, he first takes a stop at catering to teach people how to make real coffee, and then a pit stop at the make up girls table to get his hair done. Yes, he’s very particular about that mop. With all of that taken care of he heads to the ring with a gift for Mr Styles. A trophy, an old bowling trophy he got for participating in a tournament. He generously gifts this to AJ and tells him it’ll be the only trophy he ever gets from him. The WWE Championship is going to stay right where it is. AJ challenges Dean to continue making a joke of this and taking him lightly, after all John Cena took him totally seriously and ended up getting pinned at Summerslam. AJ says Dean’s no John Cena, and Dean says he’s damn right. He’s a far more vicious competitor, that likes to drag his opponents kicking and screaming to the brink of their endurance and take them over the edge. He reminds AJ the last time they met in the ring, he beat him. Theres no trophies given out in WWE for the face that comes in second place.
Visibly burned to a cinder by Dean’s acid tongue, AJ responds the only way he can. A swift kick to Dean’s family jewels. Well, that’ll take down any man. But it’ll also make him mighty angry. Don’t kick the hornets nest, AJ, you won’t like what happens. Here’s what WWE.com had to say!
September 7th, 2016
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August 31st, 2016
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With Dolph defeated at Summerslam, Dean strolled in to Smackdown the confident champ. After a few games of roulette its time for him to find out who he’ll be facing at Backlash, and it’s a match between AJ Styles and an extremely ticked off Dolph Ziggler to decide that fate. Dean heads to ringside commentary to get a front row seat for the action, and what a match it is. He’s glad he didn’t put money on it because it would have given him several heart attacks. In the end, it’s AJ Styles that comes out on top. Dean will face AJ one on one at Backlash for his precious gold, and it’s going to be a hell of a fight! Here’s what WWE.com had to say.
August 24th, 2016
August 24th, 2016
Summerslam’s less than a week away and the fight for the WWE championship has reached fever pitch, with Dean crawling underneath Dolph Zigglers skin to both light a fire and plant a seed of doubt, Dolph Zigglers had to retaliate with nothing short of guerrilla warefare. Tonight, firing back at Dean’s accusations that he doesn’t have what it takes to hold the championship, never has and never will. Dolph distracted Dean with words, then struck with an out of nowhere superkick to the jaw. Okay, Dean didn’t see that one coming. But the problem with Dean Ambrose is, if you show him your hand, he’ll bite it off. Dean’s seen the trick up Dolphs sleeve and now he’ll be ready for it. However, its enough to put Ambrose in to the mood of a lifetime and he goes in to a match with Erik Rowan intent on working off some of that aggression. He takes down the big guy with relative ease, hitting Dirty Deeds to put Rowan down for the three count. Next stop, Summerslam. Here’s what WWE.com had to say!
August 17th, 2016
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