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Noted Ring Names: Dean Ambrose, Jon Moxley
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Date of Birth: December 7, 1985
Debut: 2005
WWE Debut: Survivor Series 2012
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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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After dominating Monday nights RAW with no less than three appearances and apparently a newfound alliance with the McMahons, The Shield headed in to face some old adversaries on Main Event. A six man tag against The Usos and Kofi Kingston.. haven’t these guys suffered enough? Someone should put them out of their misery.

Kofi and Ambrose started things out in what was to be a a thrillride of a match, these guys know how to put on a show, don’t they? With the crowd strongly behind Kofi the pair matched moves back and forth until Kofi managed to isolate Ambrose in his corner and tag in an Uso. Could one of these guys get implants so I can tell them apart please? thanks. Ambrose was able to push through the Usos feeble offense though and tag in Rollins who quickly found himself on the receiving end of a double team from the twins. The Usos grounded Rollins and kept him in their corner for a time before he was able to battle out and briefly tag Ambrose back in to put the Uso back in his place. Ambrose was reprimanded by the referee for introducing one of the brothers to his boot repeatedly, momentum shifting back in The Shields favor as they kept said Uso isolated in their corner. A series of clever blind tags from both teams saw the action hot up and things begin to break down in true Shield style. The Usos and Kofi tossing Ambrose and Reigns over the ropes to the outside and then hurling Rollins over the top and on to them! They followed it up with a stunning triple suicide dive over the ropes and in to The Shield… this is what we’ve come to. People have to get kamikaze to try and beat them.

Returning from commercial we found Kofi in control of Ambrose, flooring him one of the Usos set up for a high flying move only for Roman to shove him from the turnbuckles giving Ambrose the opportunity to take control back. Rollins and Reigns tagged back and forth giving Dean a chance to get his breath back. The Shield methodically picked the unfortunate Uso apart but somehow he made a comeback, hitting Ambrose with a roundhouse kick to the head and knocking him loopy, a superkick to Romans face too saw the Uso able to make the tag, Kofi taking to the air and taking down Roman and Dean with a high flying crossbody. Kofi cleaned house and took down Ambrose, hitting him with his Boom Drop before setting up for his trademark kick, but Ambrose saw it coming a mile off and backed away, Rollins launching an attack only to end up on the outside alongside a Uso. Kingston and Ambrose traded moves and Ambrose was hit with the SOS but saved from a pinfall by Reigns. Reigns and another Uso ended up tumbling over the top ropes once again leaving Dean and Kofi. Rollins tossed an Uso in to the ring just to distract the referee and while his attention was turned, Rollins shoved Kofi from the top turnbuckle leaving him easy pickings for Ambrose to hit his headlock driver and pick up the win.

Phew, they always get it done!

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August 22nd, 2013

After Dolph Ziggler made some ill advised derogatory comments about Triple H on WWE.com, he was sentenced to a three on one handicap match against The Shield on RAW by devious GM Brad Maddox. But Dolph didn’t appear too phased as he marched to his doom. The Shield confronting him (complete with brand new embroidery on their gear, though Deans could use some re-placement!). It was Ambrose and Ziggler to start things out, a match up many of us have wanted to see for a long time and this was something of a teaser of what they could really bring us in the future. The two cautiously felt each other out with a trade of holds and attempted sleepers before Ambrose backed to his corner and tagged in Rollins.

Ziggler held his own against the trio and despite their usual tactic of fast tags in an attempt to keep Ziggler disoriented, it seemed as though they may just suffer a shocking defeat at the hands of the Show Off. But the numbers game as always won out and a devastating mid air spear from Reigns put the nail in Zigglers punishment coffin.

Ambrose returned to the ring with Rollins and the three finished Ziggler off with their trademark Triple Powerbomb. A surprising no show from RVD, Big Show or Mark Henry, but Ambrose and Ziggler is future money.

Later on in the night The Shield were called to action once again by Maddox as apparently The Big Show had also made some unflattering comments about Triple H on WWE.com. Big Show was sentenced to a three on one handicap with all members of The Shield in the ring at once. Despite taking a tumble on his knee earlier in the night Rollins seemed to be in fighting spirit as the Trio took on the Giant. Big Show immediately went after Reigns, taking out the power of the group and leaving Ambrose and Rollins to try and find a way to cut the Giant down. Despite being thwarted at almost every turn, Ambrose and Rollins were relentless and just kept coming, cutting Big Show down eventually. Once Reigns was back in the ring, they hit Show with their Triple Powerbomb and all three of them pinned him for the three count. Justice served.

Later on in the night The Shield were called upon again, this time to serve as a literal Shield for the McMahons, Triple H and Randy Orton as they addressed the crowd and their actions at Summerslam. As Triple H called out the browbeaten Daniel Bryan, Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns were ordered to let him past but of course this was a bluff and The Shield attacked as soon as Bryan came near. Daniel fought back bravely but was soon set up for the Triple Powerbomb. However on Triple H’s order, they released Daniel and he was allowed in to the ring, only to receive an RKO from Randy Orton. It might not be justice.. but like they said, Justice isn’t free.

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August 20th, 2013

Ambrose headed in to a hot arena with his usual cocky swagger to face the over the hill and past it Rob Van Dam. The match started out slowly with the two getting a feel for each other and trading back and forth moves without either getting an advantage, however the action soon picked up and Dean took control with his usual down and dirty brawler style. Grounding the high flying Rob and keeping him on the mat as well as attempting a handful of pinfalls.

Van Dam however made a comeback with his trademark kicks and seemed to have Ambrose on the run, the crowd breaking in to heated chants in support of both men. Just as it looked like Ambrose may well be on the losing end of the match up, his brothers in arms Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns made their appearance, stopping Rob before he could hit his Frog Splash. But Mark Henry and the Big Show weren’t far behind, evening things up before a brief commercial break.

Upon returning from that we find Ambrose in control of RVD but not for long, RVD taking Ambrose out on the outside and setting him up on the guard rail for a vicious spinning kick off of the apron. RVD tossed Ambrose back in to the ring and despite a comeback from Ambrose seeing an attempted pinfall thanks to a distraction from Rollins, RVD eventually seemed to have the match all sewn up, hitting his Frog Splash on Ambrose and about to go for a pin when Reigns hit RVD with his deadly spear. The referee spotted it however and promptly disqualified Ambrose. He may have lost the match, but the gold stays around his waist and thats what matters. Clever thinking as always from the devious Trio. Making a hasty retreat as Big Show, Henry and RVD swing for retribution and find none.

Aww, shame. Psht.

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August 19th, 2013

On Monday Rob Van Dam because the new #1 Contender to Dean’s United States Championship and in preparation for their match at Summerslam on the Kickoff show, they get a chance to face off on Smackdown tonight in a 6 Man tag match including the Big Show and Mark Henry. The Big Show claims he has unfinished business with The Shield and is returning to destroy them, while Mark Henry declares theyre going to need a shield to protect them from whats coming. Boys, boys.. please. You can’t all be humiliated by Ambrose and Co at once. Form an orderly cue.

The Six Man Tag is typically fast paced and The Shield quickly isolate Van Damn, keeping the big men out of the ring and taking turns brutalizing the high flying superstar. However a well placed kick to the head of Reigns sees Van Dam able to tag out to Big Show and it all goes downhill. Ambrose is tagged in and almost gets decapitated by the Giant, until Reigns tugs the ropes down as Show hits them, sending him tumbling over to the outside. The referee begins to count Show out but Mark Henry attacks Reigns, throwing him over the announce table. Rollins hurls himself over the top rope and takes out Henry and himself and somehow Big Show struggles back in to the ring at the count of 9, much to Dean’s chagrin. Dean goes after him but is hit by the deadly Knockout punch, Van Dam finishes things out with his patented Frog Splash, Ambrose pinned for the three count.

Um.

Back to the drawing board guys.

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August 16th, 2013

After defeating Adrian Neville last week (with a little help from his friends) Ambrose and co were chased off by the arrival of Corey Gravies and Xavier Woods, leading us to a challenge this week seeing the team of Neville, Graves and Woods test their might against The Shield. You’d think they’d have learned by now it’s going to take more than a bunch of rookies to take down the most dominant force in WWE today, but there we go.

Graves and Rollins started things out and Graves did get things off to a good start for his team by isolating Rollins in the corner, using The Shields own tactics of divide and conquer, using fast tags to keep their own men fresh. But did they really think The Shield aren’t used to people stealing their ideas? Psht. Rollins battled his way out of it and Ambrose came in guns blazing, though he found himself having a little trouble with the wily Graves also. His team mates were on hand to keep disaster from happening and The Shield soon took full control of the match, the trio all but victimizing Graves until a misplaced Spear put the favor back with the opposing team. However The Shields usual fast and frantic style would hold up and despite the best efforts of Woods, A blind tag saw Rollins throw him in to the turnbuckles and Roman hit him with that deadly spear while Ambrose brawled with Graves on the outside. Another win in The Shields column.. stupid rookies.

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August 15th, 2013


RAW is interrupted by The Shield lurking in the dark plotting more nefarious deeds. Upon realizing they have cameras on them they proceed to deliver a warning to the veterans roaming the halls of the WWE, guys like RVD and Mark Henry who are no longer relevant in this business, its time for them to step aside and let the young blood take over. That being said, Roman Reigns issues a challenge to any two men willing to step up and try and take the Tag Team Championships from them at Summerslam, who will be foolish enough? The camera goes to Ambrose who addresses an upcoming Battle Royal for a chance to face him at Summerslam for his United States Championship. He isn’t bothered who wins it though, theres nobody in the company that can match his talent right now. John Cena carries a trophy, CM Punk is just a catchphrase and to quote, Unless Andre the Giants ghost is in the battle royal, nobody is taking his United States Championship. Believe that!

Later on in the night the Battle Royal came down to Mark Henry and RVD, with RVD eventually pulling the win out of the bag. Much to everyones surprise Mark Henry returned to the ring to congratulate RVD on his (why would you do that?) when The Shield interrupt, Ambrose and co marching down to the ring to confront RVD before their match on Sunday. But Mark stood firm at Rob’s side as Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns surrounded the ring, looking for their point of attack. However as they were about to launch, a Giant did indeed invade the ring, in the form of The Big Show. Returning from hiatus to stand at Henry and RVD’s side, The Shield thought better of it and beat a retreat. Well, maintaining limbs before a Pay Per View is a sound battle plan, stick with it boys.

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August 13th, 2013


Adrian Neville issued a challenge to Ambrose last week on NXT, asking him to put his United States Championship on the line if he thought he was so much better than him. Ambrose of course accepted and headed in to NXT this week to put the rookie back in his place, I mean who does he think he is stepping up to the greatest champion in WWE today? Dean toyed with Neville for the most part, keeping the high flying wannabe grounded and stopping him from using his usual aerial tactics to get an advantage. If theres one thing Dean knows how to do (amidst the many thousands of other things he nows how to do) it’s find an opponents Achilles heel. Neville wouldn’t stay down though and did give Dean a run for his money, as soon as he found an opening to take to the air, he had Dean on the run. Hitting his impressive high flying finisher, it could have been a major upset, but it was a case of 1, 2.. NO. Better luck next time! As Rollins and Reigns made the save for their partner.

Psht, he was playing possum anyway, always play with their minds. Right, Dean?

The Shield gave Neville a good beat down to accentuate their point, then left before Graves and co could get involved. Message sent.

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August 8th, 2013

It appears after their assault on Orton, Cena and Daniel Bryan on RAW, The Shield have some unfinished business left to tend to with the pesky lingering presence of The Usos and their pet Strong Man Mark Henry. What better place to take care of it than Main Event. The Shield head down to the ring (Dean minus his trademark vest, but we like the no vest look, we say keep it!) and once again sit through the overblown ridiculous entrance of The Usos swiftly followed by Mark Henry. Seriously, how many times have they beaten them already? It’s getting old. But everybody deserves a second, third and forth chance at total humiliation.

The game plan was simple from the outset, keep The Usos isolated and stop Mark Henry from getting in to the ring. It works for the most part until Ambrose is in the ring and a well placed kick gives The Uso a chance to tag in Mark. Dean’s aware of his surroundings and bolts out of the way but gets himself in a corner. Trying to dodge Mark, he makes a break for it but is thrown in to the turnbuckles. From there it’s something of a long night for Dean as Mark manhandles him and his Shield team mates. Dean and Roman tossed to the outside leaving Seth to face a horrible fate at the hands of a charging strong man, but Dean and Roman come to his aid and drag him free from the ring, regrouping and getting a handle on things they come back full force and despite Mark stomping around like a Giant that lost his Beanstalk, The Shields wits outplayed the muscle in the closing moments as one of The Usos went to the top turnbuckles to hit the splash on Dean, no sooner did he land it, Rollins came from nowhere to hit his deadly knee strike to the side of The Uso’s head.

Dean was able to roll himself over and cover to get a three count and another notch in the win belt of The Shield.

After a commercial break we cut to backstage for a message from The Shield. The Usos? Pathetic. Mark Henry? Over it. Too old, too slow, yesterdays news. They’re done with them and in case everybodys forgotten, The Shield are the measuring stick in this industry now. It’s time to remind people..

They’re making a list, they’re checking it twice.. ah, hell with it. Everybodys screwed.

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August 8th, 2013

Bored with the antics of The Usos and Mark Henry, The Shield head in to RAW with different targets in mind. Interrupting an in ring stand off between John Cena and Randy Orton the trio circle the ring intent on an attack until a surprising save is made by John Cena’s #1 Contender, Daniel Bryan. The Shield begin to back off but RAW General Manager Brad Maddox makes his presence felt and declares there will be a 6 man main event to cap off RAW. The Shields already beaten all three of these men on numerous occasions, so it doesn’t seem like they’re in for a tough night!

As the Main Event rolled around, Randy Orton and Seth Rollins started things out with Randy taking early control of Rollins, working him over and then leading him in tot he corner to tag to Daniel Bryan. Daniel hit his top turnbuckle missile dropkick and sent Rollins sprawling enough for Dean to tag himself in, going after Bryan but Bryan was on fire, knocking Dean out of the ring and then hitting a suicide dive on him to the outside. Dean was tossed back in to the ring. Rollins attempted to attack Bryan on the outside but Bryan dodged and sent him in to the ring post. Bryan set him to dive bomb both Rollins and Roman on the outside but was hit by a dropkick from Ambrose inside the ring, turning the tables.

Ambrose proceeded to dismantle Bryan and handed the tag over to Roman who manhandled Bryan, taunting him. But Bryan wasn’t to be kept down and fought back, making a tag to Cena but the referee didn’t see it! Bryan was forced to continue. Eventually Bryan caught Rollins in the No Lock and as he was about to tap, Ambrose and Reigns made the save. The referee calling the DQ. Orton and Cena quickly came to Bryans aid and chased the Shield away, leaving Bryan and Orton in the ring. Orton then shocked everybody (yeah nobody saw it coming) by hitting Bryan with an RKO. Dun dun dunnn. A standoff between Orton and Cena ended in Orton dropping Cena like a sack of bricks, but just as it looked like Randy was about to cash in his Money in the Bank briefcase on a stricken Cena, The Shield returned. Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns swarming the ring and taking out Cena and Bryan. Orton thought better of it and walked away, leaving Bryan and Cena to their fates.

Have The Shield spoken? Do they not want Orton as Champion?

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August 6th, 2013

Sometimes people just need to be taught a lesson and when it comes to the rookies down in NXT, well, someones got to keep them in their place, right? Don’t want egos swelling too big. This is the case for Corey Graves and Adrian Neville, walking around like they’re big leagues carrying the NXT Tag Team Championships. The Shield arrive on NXT to remind them they’re nowhere near big league yet. Ambrose taking to the mic to inform Neville he doesn’t even deserve the title he’s holding, he just stepped in to Kassius Ohno’s shoes and never earned a damn thing. So why doesn’t he prove he’s worth the gold he holds and face Dean one on one?

The foolish Adrian decides to make a spectacle of himself and gets his own mic, telling Ambrose he should make it worthwhile and put the gold on the line too, right now. Ambrose simply smirks, who does this guy think he’s talking to? Though he’s never one to back down for a fight, Dean grants Adrian his title match.. next week.

Boy do you not know what you’ve gotten yourself in to.

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