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) 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! Full Biography:Click Here! Full Statistics:Click Here!
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Deans not one to back down and he proves it again on RAW this week as he kicks off the show by coming to the ring and calling out Brock Lesnar.. again! He’s not afraid of another F5, what the hell, bring it on! He knows he has it in him to beat Brock, or at the very least outlast him to the point the big mans too exhausted to defend himself. That could be a plan. But unfortunately instead of Brock, Dean attracts the attention of Stephanie McMahon, who is arguably scarier than Lesnar anyway. Stephanie seems amused by Deans confidence and does her best to put a dampener on it by again dangling Romans achievements in front of his face. He’s unphased, until Stephanie tells him his Intercontinental Championship is on the line in a Fatal 5 Way match starting right there and then. Dean takes on all comers, however he doesn’t need to be pinned in the match to lose the title – and unfortunately, that’s exactly what happens. Kevin Owens pinning Tyler Breeze while Deans waylaid. Dean kisses goodbye to his hard earned gold. But on Sunday he stands a chance at winning the big one, when he faces Lesnar and Reigns for a shot at Triple H at Wrestlemania.
Backstage, Deans frustrated and disappointed with his loss. But he tells Renee Young that the Authority wont win, they haven’t crushed his spirit. In fact they’ve fuelled his fire and he’s now more determined than ever to go to Fastlane and win that title opportunity. And he’s willing to do anything to get there, including fight his ‘brother’ Roman Reigns. Alls fair in love and title changes, and Dean lets the Big Dog know later on in the night, that on Sunday anything goes. After rescuing Roman from a beatdown by the Dudleys, he turns a hug in to an Almost-Dirty-Deeds that Roman wriggles out of. Dean warns him he’ll have to be quicker than that on Sunday if he wants to get to Wrestlemania. Message sent. Don’t take Dean Ambrose lightly.
You’ll never make Dean Ambrose stand down from a fight, take note of that now any man that ever feels like trying him in the future. On tonights RAW, Dean brings the fight face to face with Brock Lesnar. Getting nose to nose with him during a contract signing and despite finding himself on the receiving end of another F5, he isn’t put down for long. Getting back on his feet, dusting himself off and vowing to have the last laugh against Lesnar before the night is through, going as far as to tell Roman Reigns to back off and let him handle it alone. Dean goes on to call out Lesnar with a string of personal insults, purposefully angering the beast.. and why not? Fear is for the birds, Dean’s faced far harsher demons than the beast Brock Lesnar in his life.
Lesnar manhandles him, but he takes every bit of it and keeps on getting up, keeps on challenging Brock, and laughs in his face. Is that all he’s got? As Lesnar gears up for another round, Roman Reigns provides just enough distraction for Dean to sneak behind Lesnar and nail him with a vicious low blow, flooring Brock and getting the final word he’d been looking for. Beat but not beaten, it’ll be a cold day in hell before Dean Ambrose backs down.
Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar signed their WWE Fastlane contract
SEATTLE — Can two brothers and a beast get through a contract signing in civil fashion? As it turns out, they can, but the fireworks began afterward. Dean Ambrose spent the entirety of this week’s Raw-opening confrontation between the WWE Fastlane main-event competitors trying to goad The Beast Incarnate into another fight, despite suffering an F-5 from The Conqueror last week. It ended about as well as last Monday’s brawl did, with Ambrose eating another F-5 and Reigns taking the contract table full blast to the face. Fastlane awaits, gentlemen. Good luck.
Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose challenged Brock Lesnar
Unsurprisingly, getting shut down by Brock Lesnar during the opening of Raw did not endear The Beast Incarnate to Dean Ambrose, so the Intercontinental Champion dared The Conqueror to come get some once again. Lesnar obliged with an unholy beating, but The Lunatic Fringe refused to stay down, which was enough to begrudgingly impress The One in 22-1. Roman Reigns’ arrival as Ambrose’s would-be savior (despite a backstage promise he’d stay out of it) seemed to spell trouble. But it turned out to be just what The Lunatic Fringe needed to finally leave The Conqueror down, albeit from an octave-altering low-blow that he might not have hit had Lesnar not been preoccupied with Reigns’ intrusion.
With a big fight on the horizon, Dean’s doing what any sensible man would do. Sizing up the competition. However he perhaps takes the road less traveled on RAW as he kicks off the show making the bold decision to walk right in to the Beasts lair. Interrupting Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman and getting face to face with the Mayor of Suplex City – or whatever it is Paul Heyman calls his monster. Dean is unafraid and gets nose to nose with his Fastlane opponent, telling him he respects him but he isn’t afraid of him. He boldly challenges Brock to lay on the beating of a lifetime, because nothings going to stop him getting to that Championship and Wrestlemanias main event, even if he has to drag his broken body the whole way there. It’s quite a statement, and even Heyman and Brock himself seem impressed. Dean? Not so much. He isn’t sure what all the fuss is about.
With that said, he exits the Beasts lair unscathed and with the last word. A rare fete, one very few other men have been brave enough to dare attempt. Later on, Stephanie calls Dean and Roman to her office for a little gloating. Doing her utmost to drive a wedge between the Brothers in Arms. She says power corrupts and sooner or later one of them will break, when the lust for that gold becomes too great. It’s just a question of who. Both Dean and Roman deny this is a possibility, they’re above mind games. So with that, they’re put in to the Main Event of RAW against the New Day. A match they win handily, with Dean picking up the pin on Big E. Only for Lesnar to attack, Dean getting a taste of his first F5. That’s okay, now he knows what it feels like, he can dust himself off and prepare. Better bring a truck, Brock. You can’t keep Dean Ambrose down. Here’s what WWE.com had to say!
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Monday Night Raw kicked off in primo fashion, with Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman stepping into the squared circle to declare their intentions of getting into the fast lane on The Road to WrestleMania. Lesnar’s advocate went so far as to create an eleventh Commandment ahead of his client’s battle with Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose at WWE Fastlane: “Thou shalt not intentionally provoke The Beast!”
However, if there’s a rule or edict made, Dean Ambrose will go out of his way to break it. The Intercontinental Champion strode to the ring and got right in The Beast Incarnate’s face. Ambrose said he wasn’t afraid of Lesnar, daring The Beast to take him to Suplex City, inviting Lesnar to inflict as much punishment as possible. The Lunatic Fringe brazenly stated that he would survive Lesnar’s worst at Fastlane and move onto WrestleMania and dethrone Triple H as World Heavyweight Champion. As Ambrose walked out of the ring, Lesnar and Heyman couldn’t help but smile, wondering if the Intercontinental Champion was as crazy as they say, or stupid enough to break their newly minted commandment.
Roman Reigns & Dean Ambrose def. WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day (Non-Title Match)
Seeking to drive a wedge between the close friends ahead of the WWE Fastlane main event, Stephanie McMahon put Reigns and Ambrose into this battle with the WWE Tag Team Champions. The New Day took time before the Raw main event to call out The Rock after last week’s memorable encounter. Kofi Kingston, Big E and Xavier Woods promised that they would send a message to The Great One by leaving The Rock’s cousin and The Rock’s cousin’s best friend laying.
Reigns and Ambrose did not take The New Day’s threat lightly. The brothers-in-arms brought the fight to the WWE Tag Team Champions, forcing them to scramble out of the ring as The Big Dog loaded up for the Superman Punch. The New Day’s numbers advantage eventually paid off, as Big E gained the upper hand on Reigns, slamming him into the ringside barricade. The wily Ambrose briefly took control of the bout, but Woods dropkicked him to keep The New Day on offense. The Lunatic Fringe finally tagged Reigns back in, sending The Big Dog on a tear through The New Day. Though Big E slammed him onto the announcer’s table, Reigns recovered to take out Kingston with a Superman Punch, leaving Ambrose to hit Dirty Deeds on Big E to earn the victory.
There was no respite for the friends after the bell, as Brock Lesnar burst onto the scene. The distraction from The Beast allowed The New Day to blindside Ambrose and Reigns. The fray took Reigns out of the ring, leaving Ambrose alone in the ring with Lesnar. The Lunatic Fringe felt The Beast Incarnate’s fury, as he crashed into the canvas thanks to a devastating F-5. Ambrose may have been unafraid of Lesnar at the start of Raw, but he might think twice before invoking Brock Lesnar’s wrath again as WWE Fastlane draws near.
After his incredible night at the Royal Rumble, Dean could be forgiven for looking a little like the walking wounded on RAW, but that doesn’t stop him. Joining Roman Reigns for a tag team main event against Sheamus and Rusev, and impressing The Authority is a task placed upon them, although we doubt Dean nor Roman care much what the Authority think. They emerge victorious from the battle and dish out a little retribution, powerbombing Rusev through the announce desk. Then Stephanie McMahon has a little interesting news for them. Dean and Roman will face each other at FastLane in a Triple Threat, the third man? Brock Lesnar. It’s all on the line at the pay per view for a shot at Triple H and the WWE Championship in the main event of Wrestlemania. What a prize. Heres what WWE.com had to say!
Triple H really does like to play games. First he teams Roman Reigns & Dean Ambrose — the deposed WWE World Heavyweight Champion and Royal Rumble Match runner-up, for those keeping score — up against League of Nations stalwarts Sheamus & Rusev in Raw’s main event. And he counts on fatigue and the numbers game to keep the ex-Shield warriors at bay.
Both those factors aside (King Barrett & Alberto Del Rio pulled no shortage of shenanigans), Reigns & Ambrose got the win via Spear to Sheamus and double-powerbombed Rusev through the commentary table. Most impressive. Their reward? They’ll face each other in the Fastlane main event … and Brock Lesnar. Let’s play.
The Royal Rumble is looming and Dean is set to defend his Intercontinental Championship in a Last Man Standing match against Kevin Owens. He knows he’s in for a long night, no doubt. But first theres the hurdle of RAW in the way and tonight he faces Del Rio and Sheamus alongside his tag partner, Kalisto. An unusual teammate for Dean, but they make it work. However the X Factor of Kevin Owens at ringside on commentary proves costly, a distraction from Owens all that’s needed for Del Rio to take advantage and take out Dean.. and for Sheamus to pick up the win over Kalisto. Not the momentum Dean would be hoping for headed to the Rumble. But theres still Smackdown. Here’s what WWE.com had to say!
U.S. Champion Alberto Del Rio & Sheamus def. Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose & Kalisto
Kevin Owens is pretty convinced he’ll keep Dean Ambrose down long enough in a Last Man Standing Match to regain the Intercontinental Title at the Royal Rumble. Alberto Del Rio, similarly, is confident he can stave off Kalisto to retain his recently reclaimed U.S. Title. They both may have their work cut out for them, though: The Lunatic Fringe and The King of Flight teamed up to take on League of Nations stalwarts Del Rio & Sheamus on Raw and, if not for some lucky breaks, may have emerged victorious.
Del Rio was lucky enough to be within kicking distance after Sheamus suffered what would have been a match-ending Salida del Sol. Similarly luckily, Owens was seated at commentary and occupied Ambrose’s attention long enough for Del Rio to take him out. Kalisto went for a second Salida, but Sheamus strung him up in the ropes to set up the Brogue Kick. Done. But it was close.
Bad blood between Ambrose and Owens continued to boil over on RAW this week as Kevin Owens assaulted Dean after his match with Sheamus went off the rails. Owens left Dean writhing on the floor at ringside, having to be tended to by medics. Later on in the night Renee Young attempted to get a word with an infuriated Dean, she might have gotten more than she bargained for as he furiously declared he wasn’t Dead yet, his pulse is still beating and therefor, Kevin Owens better find a place to hide. He isn’t joking! Here’s what WWE.com had to say!
At the end of last week’s Raw, Mr. McMahon set the table. Now, he’s begun inviting guests to the meal. With Roman Reigns’ WWE World Heavyweight Championship on the line in the Royal Rumble Match, the WWE roster was assembled for a call to action. The Chairman himself served as hype man to rile them into a frenzy against The Big Dog — most notably, he floated Brock Lesnar as a potential Rumble Match entrant to usurp The Big Dog as champion. And as a preamble to his one-versus-all test later this month, Reigns was placed into a literal “One vs. All Match” for later in the night, while his “brother” Dean Ambrose was teed up for Sheamus in a one-on-one match.
There is a case to be made that Sheamus kinda-probably-sorta should have won the WWE World Heavyweight Championship last week once Roman Reigns punched out the ref. Which, all things considered, would explain The Celtic Warrior’s desire to not beat Dean Ambrose so much as beat him up in a non-title match on Raw.
Beginning with the pre-match cheap shot and continuing through the bodyslam on the announce table, Sheamus picked The Lunatic Fringe apart with reckless, bone-crunching abandon. Being made of sturdier stuff than most, Ambrose gave as good as he got — he even managed to bust the Irishman open. But the match still ended in a double count-out that Kevin Owens took as his cue to beat the Intercontinental Champion down once again.
Whats your New Years Resolution? We’re fairly sure Dean’s is to beat Kevin Owens to within an inch of his life at every available opportunity. Tonight isn’t one of those opportunities, as Kevin is given a rematch against Neville – the rival he feels stole his breakout superstar Slammy Award. But Dean believes in making his own chances and invites himself down to ringside to sit at commentary and watch the match, reminding everybody that Owens wasn’t a fighting Champion – Dean is. He’s ready to represent the Intercontinental Championship 365 days a year, defend it wherever and whenever, with pride. Kevin Owens isn’t like that. Dean also reminds us that many people start fights with him, but not very many ever finish them. In fact, nobody ever has. Will Kevin Owens be the man to finally ‘put down’ Dean Ambrose?
Not in this lifetime.
Owens does however pick up the win against Neville and after a brief stare at one another from across the ropes, Kevin walks away. Only to attack Neville again on his way to the ramp. Dean takes exception and gets up, running through the ring and diving through the ropes on to Kevin. The beatdown begins. Kevin tries to flee but Deans hot on his tail, until Owens manages to turn things around, sending Dean crashing in to the announce desk. It looks for a minute like Owens is going to try and Powerbomb Dean again, but Dean wrangles his way out of it and turns the tables, setting Owens up on the desk, he climbs on to the ring barricade and takes a run up, then a flying elbow across the seats to smash through Owens on the announce desk. Amidst splintered wood, Dean grabs Kevins face and says he knows where to find him if he wants another shot at the title. With that, Dean grabs his prize and stalks away.
Due to an injured webmiss hand (careful when peeling apples with knives, folks!) it’s a WWE.com review this week to save my fingers. But it was an eventful one, and Kevin Owens is now going to want to grow eyes in the back of his head. A vengeful lunatic is a dangerous thing!
Looks like that Christmas magic carried over for Neville, but only to a point. The Man That Gravity Forgot had been scheduled for a match against Kevin Owens, who lost the Breakout Star of the Year Slammy to the Neville in what KO likely considered a robbery. Instead, it turned out to be one-and-done for the battle of the former NXT Champions; Owens thwarted an immediate Red Arrow and went for the Pop-up Powerbomb, only to be rolled up and pinned to cap the contest at shorter than 30 seconds. Which, of course, Owens took horribly, demolishing The Man That Gravity Forgot in a lengthy, frustration-filled beatdown that would have culminated in a powerbomb on the apron … had Intercontinental Champion (and persistent Owens-tormentor) Dean Ambrose not come to the rescue at the last second.
Sheamus may have lost the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, but his League of Nations shows no signs of letting up against the collective power of the WWE roster. The Celtic Warrior himself led two of his comrades — King Barrett & Rusev — in a winning effort against Dean Ambrose and The Usos, setting the stage nicely for fellow League-mate Alberto Del Rio’s bout with a returning John Cena later in the night.
An injury to Jimmy Uso’s leg left him ripe for The League’s picking, and even a momentum boost from a fresh Ambrose and Jey (who later tweaked his shoulder) couldn’t stop the numbers game. In fact, it was Barrett who provided the key distraction by teeing Jey up for the fateful Brogue Kick, but it was Kevin Owens who provided the final exclamation point by bum-rushing a beatdown Ambrose out of nowhere and powerbombing him through the commentary table.
Stephanie McMahons on the warpath again this week and puts Dean in her crosshairs, setting him up in a Steel cage Match against Sheamus for the nights Main Event. Of course Sheamus and co have dastardly plans, taking out The Usos pre match and leaving Dean at the mercy of the League of Nations. But you can’t keep a lunatic down, and Dean scratched and clawed (and left half his scalp on the cage door) his way out of the cage and to victory.. with a little outside clearance from Roman Reigns. Here’s the WWE.com review!
Last week, Stephanie McMahon opened Raw by going nose-to-nose with Roman Reigns and slapping him in the face for punching out Triple H. This week, Stephanie McMahon opened Raw by going nose-to-nose with Roman Reigns again. The difference? Reigns is the genuine WWE World Heavyweight Champion and as such, he was having a ball in passive-aggressively riling Stephanie into a frenzy. But The Billion Dollar Princess did have some discipline for the champion nonetheless, or more accurately, for his family: The Usos would battle The New Day in a Handicap Match and Dean Ambrose had Sheamus in a Steel Cage.
The League of Nations standing sentinel around a Steel Cage; The Usos taken out; a Brogue Kick before the bell even rang. Sounds like a solid day at the office for Dean Ambrose, who battled from a near-insurmountable deficit to overcome The Celtic Warrior in Raw’s main event.
The momentum first started to shift when Sheamus pounded the Intercontinental Champion with White Noise off the top turnbuckle and Ambrose rallied from the grave to reply with an elbow drop off the top of the cage. The League of Nations reacted accordingly and Reigns made his appearance then, taking out Sheamus’ minions and tossing The Lunatic Fringe a steel chair to use against the Irishman himself. That Ambrose chose to climb out of the cage rather than walk out the door is a testament to his insanity. But it worked, in a veritable photo finish when the Celt followed him over the side. So, to paraphrase Sheamus: Who looks crazy now?
Dean makes his triumphant return to his old Philly stomping grounds the brand new Intercontinental Champion, and boy does it look good on him. Heading in to a match against long time rival Dolph Ziggler, it’s fast and furious from the outset and everything you’d come to expect from this particular pairing, they’ve read one anothers playbooks. Counter for counter, both trying to ground the other. Dean takes to the air for his spectacular suicide dive through the ropes and has Ziggler on the run, but Dolphs never one to be counted out easy, countering a missile dropkick from the top with a dropkick of his own and nearly taking Dean out of the match. They trade near misses and pinfall attempts until it finally seems like Dean might have the upper hand. Then strikes Hurricane Kevin Owens. Redefining the term ‘Sore Loser’, he comes to the ring and attacks Ziggler – earning Dean a disqualification – then assaults Dean, hitting him with two pop-up powerbombs. Ziggler tries to retaliate in Deans defense, but ends up on the receiving end of a powerbomb himself – right on to Dean! Ouch! Human warfare indeed.
Owens is very very angry, and goes on to tell JoJo backstage that he’s going to drive Dean even crazier than he already is, he’s not going to stop until Deans locked up in a lunatic asylum and the Intercontinental Championship is back in his hands. Ominous words, but we’re not sure Owens really knows who he’s dealing with!
Theres no better way to celebrate a birthday than with an utter ass kicking, and thats exactly what Dean does on this RAW. The show kicking off with the emergence of four four man teams, one of them being Dean alongside Roman Reigns and The Usos. A 16 Man Elimination Tag Team Match thats mayhem from the outset, with Dean starting things off for his team and setting an energetic pace, it doesn’t take long for things to dissolve in to a free for all. The Wyatts are eliminated first and the pace slows a little, The Dudleys, Dreamer and Rhyno are next to go. Leaving Dean & co and The League of Nations of to duke it out to the finish. Dean takes to the air as the team work to bring their opponents down, a deadly suicide dive to the outside that takes out Rusev, leaving Roman to fend for himself against Sheamus. Sheamus sets him up for a Brogue kick but Romans able to counter with a spear and pick up a win for the team. A great start to the night for Team Ambrose, but his Birthday Celebration wasn’t over yet.
He still has Kevin Owens to deal with.
Kevin faces Dolph Ziggler in a non title match and Dean watches on with his bucket of popcorn and soda – well, winning all out brawls is thirsty work – Kevin eventually picks up the win in a hard fought match that gave Dean much to study. But instead of Kevins music hitting the PA upon winning, it’s Deans! Ambrose saunters to the ring, popcorn and soda in hand, to confront an irate Kevin Owens demanding his music be put on. Dean offers him popcorn and Kevin screams in his face that he wants his music. How rude. Dean punishes Kevin for his uncouth behavior and tosses the Popcorn and the soda right in his face! Then makes a swift exit before Kevin can get his sight back. But Deans not worried, he takes a casual stroll up the ramp and turns to face his opponent this Sunday. That Intercontinental Title sure does look shiny..
A complicated night on RAW as Roman Reigns starts things out by trying to get a little revenge on Sheamus, only to land himself in hot water with The Authority. Roman steals the title and takes it backstage to a waiting Dean and The Usos, however, Triple H and Stephanie tell him his match for the belt will take place tonight – and he has to win in under 5 minutes and 15 seconds. A rough task for anybody. A task made all the harder when Triple H calls Dean in to his office and congratulates him on his Intercontinental Championship contendership victory, but this shot now hangs in the balance. If Roman doesn’t defeat Sheamus in under the allotted time, he doesn’t just lose his shot at the title – he loses Dean’s shot at the IC title too. Thats a lot of pressure to put on a friend! Dean is not pleased.
The Authority go on to put The Usos shot at the Tag Titles on the line as well. Roman heads in to battle with the fate of himself and his best friend and family on the line. He doesn’t manage to win the title, but he does manage to defeat Sheamus in under the time limit, albeit via Disqualification. So Dean keeps his title shot.
In the wake of this, a new faction is born. Sheamus, Rusev, Wade Barrett and Alberto Del Rio – Calling themselves The League Of Nations and intending on being the new power around WWE. They’re thrown in to an 8 Man Tag against Dean, Roman and The Usos for the Main Event. But once again, the deck gets stacked against Dean and co as The New Day Add themselves to the mix, making the match 7 on 4. The numbers really not in Team Ambrose’ favor. During the match, Jimmy Uso is taken out with a knee injury, taking the numbers down to 7 on 3. Things are bleak as Jey Uso suffers a brutal beatdown, and Roman goes on to receive the same. Dean’s eventually tagged in and is a whirlwind, sending bodies flying everywhere, including his own, with a daredevil leap from the top turnbuckle to the outside, taking out Sheamus and his crones. A second suicide dive seems to have things in hand for Dean, he very nearly scores a pinfall but its broken up by Rusev. Things break down, and in the turmoil Dean eats a Brogue Kick. It’s lights out for the three count, and a disappointing loss for Dean and Roman. But with odds like that against you, you can’t be ashamed.