Noted Ring Names: Dean Ambrose, Jon Moxley
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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)
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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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The rivalry against Team Hell No continues this week as Dean heads in to singles action against the Big Red Monster Kane. Without their team mates at ringside and nobody to distract them they get off to an intense start that Kane quickly takes control of, however Dean’s ability to bounce back from punishment once again works in his favor as he takes what Kane has to dish out and comes back fighting. Getting Kane on the run for a time until the monster again strikes back. Eventually setting Dean up for his deadly chokeslam, Dean ducks out of the ring to gather himself.. only for Rollins and Reigns to attack Kane from behind! The match is swiftly called off and the beat down on Kane begins. But Randy Orton and Daniel Bryan are quickly out to the rescue, seeing off the Shield and sending them out through the crowd.

Later on in the night Daniel Bryan, Kane and Orton are found arguing about Smackdowns events backstage, when Vickie Guerrero comes along and informs Bryan he’ll get rematch for the Tag Team Championships at Payback, but not with Kane.. with Orton! That leaves Kane to face Dean Ambrose for the United States Championship at the Pay Per View!

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June 11th, 2013

A rather Ambrose lite episode of Smackdown this week as his Shield brothers Rollins and Reigns head in to another showdown against Daniel Bryan and with Kane distracted by Ryback, Daniel finds himself with a new partner in Randy Orton. Ambrose accompanies his team mates as far as the stairs, then leaves them to it in yet another highlight filled match from the Tag Team Champions. However the increasingly erratic Daniel Bryan is on another roll this week and as the match seems to be going in his favor, Ambrose chooses his moment to re-enter the action and charge Bryan as he has Rollins in the No Lock. The match is instantly breaks down and Ambrose hauls Bryan to his feet, ordering Rollins to attack while Ambrose holds him steady. But as Rollins charges Bryan kicks out and turns on Ambrose, tossing him over the ropes to the outside. Rollins makes another charge at Daniel but is thrown over the ropes too, landing on Ambrose the pair end up in a crumpled heap on the outside. However, an earlier mistake would come back to haunt Bryan swiftly afterward as he gloated over his disposal of The Shield. Randy Orton – bitter from an accidental strike by Bryan earlier in the match – hits Daniel with an RKO to finish the show.

Hmm, have The Shield finally caused Orton to snap too?

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June 7th, 2013

The Shield set out to prove this week on RAW they really are afraid of nobody, as they interrupt none other than Stephanie and Vince McMahon as they inform the crowd Triple H is too injured to compete and frankly too good for them. Telling the crowd they’re beneath Triple H? Injustice. The Shield’s battle cry rings out and the McMahons flee the ring as Ambrose, Reigns and Rollins make their way to the ring for their scheduled 6 Man Tag match against Orton and Team Hell No.

Ambrose starts things out and the action is fast and furious (minus the cars and explosions) from the outset. While The Shield control much of the opening of the match up, Orton soon takes control of things and gets on a vicious roll, hitting a double rope hung DDT on Rollins and Ambrose and setting up for a third on Roman, he’s unable to hit it however as he’s kicked in the back of the head by Rollins and The Shield take back control. The three of them working fast tags on Orton and keeping him from getting to his corner. Ambrose taunts him relentlessly and eventually Reigns is tagged in. but the muscle of the group is taken by surprise as Orton hits a desperation move and manages to tag out to Daniel Bryan. Bryan and Ambrose collide and Bryan is still hell bent on proving he is not the weak link. In an echo of Friday night, Bryan single handedly takes out every member of The Shield and looks to be on the winning streak, taking down Ambrose, he then suplexes Rollins off the turnbuckles on to Ambrose. The pin seems inevitable but Ambrose kicks out on the cusp of three, sending the crowd in to a frenzy. Bryan rages and twists Ambrose up in the No Lock, but it’s swiftly broken up by Rollins and Reigns. It all breaks down as Kane goes for a double chokeslam on Rollins and Reigns, only for Rollins to hit kane with a nasty kick to the head, and Reigns to follow it with a Spear.

Not to be outdone, Orton sneaks up on them and hits Rollins with an RKO. Going for a second RKO on Reigns, Ambrose attacks and Orton is knocked in to Bryan, dazing him enough for Ambrose to grab him and hit him with his headlock driver, picking up yet another win for The Shield.

Daniel, maybe it’s time to admit it. You ARE the weakest link.. goodbye?


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June 4th, 2013

With his Shield brothers starting out the night in singles matches of their own (which you can see in the above video), Ambrose headed in to one on one competition with the so called Viper, Randy Orton. Though lately he’s seemed more like a dried up roadkill snake than a venomous deadly reptile. But with The Shields opponents becoming increasingly frustrated with their inability to beat the trio, Orton is out for some serious revenge on this night and is not playing games. Ambrose starts things out by taunting Orton mercilessly, telling him it’s his yard now, maybe he should go find a new snake pit to play in. They tie up and it’s fast paced from the get go, with neither man gaining a distinct advantage for the first few minutes. However once Randy gets on a roll, the action spilling to the outside where he drops Ambrose on the guard rail, Ambrose decides it’s time for a time out. Orton follows him and it’s not a smart move. Never interrupt Dean Ambrose when he’s thinking!

Orton eats the steps for his troubles, Ambrose seemingly talking to a few little voices of his own as he turns back to the Viper and we go to commercial. Back from commercial we find Ambrose in control of Orton this time. But Orton soon battles his way out. Once again the advantage swings back and forth between the two men and Ambrose repeatedly foils Orton’s signature moves by getting the hell outta dodge when necessary. Orton sets Ambrose up for his rope hung DDT and Ambrose wriggles out of it, hanging Orton up on the ropes instead. Ambrose takes to the top turnbuckles and goes for a rare high flying move, but eats a trademark Orton dropkick for his troubles. Off the back of this it seems like Orton might have it won and he begins to rile the crowd up for the RKO. But again Dean foils his plans, simply ducking out of the ring!

Ortons infuriated and doesn’t see Rollins and Reigns bolt up behind him and begin to the attack. Ambrose quickly joins in and is disqualified. As the trio beat down Orton, Team Hell no run in to the save. But its Daniel Bryan that’s on fire, with something to prove he takes out all three members of The Shield by himself, before hitting a death defying suicide dive on Rollins and Ambrose. The Shield retreat, leaving Orton and Team Hell No with a rare moral victory.

Enjoy it while it lasts, boys.

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May 31st, 2013

Another RAW another title defense for Dean Ambrose.. another shot at complete humiliation for Kofi Kingston. Someone in power doesn’t like The Shield as Kingston is handed a second re-match for the United States Championship (how is that fair? shenanigans!) and Ambrose being the fighting Champion he is, of course accepts. Headed to the ring once again without his Shield brothers, Ambrose taunts Kofi from the onset but finds himself on the receiving end of a frustrated flurry from Kingston. The high flying star taking it to Dean with a series of fast moves and kicks and several pin attempts before Ambrose takes a time out, rolling to the outside to rethink his game plan like the genius he is. He heads to get back in the ring but Kofi goes for a suicide dive Ambrose quickly backs away from.

We’re cut to commercial but when we come back we find Ambrose in control of Kingston with a headlock on the mat, after hanging Kofi up on the ropes during the break. Ambrose controls for a short time but Kofi battles out and is on fire as he picks up the pace once again and goes after Ambrose with everything he has. Ambrose again rolls to the outside to escape after being hit with Kofi’s S.O.S finisher and kicking out. Kofi gets on to the apron to follow him but in a twisted move, Ambrose takes Kofi’s leg out from under him and he crashes face first in to the steel steps. Ambrose rolls Kofi back in to the ring and sets him up with his Headlock Driver, hollering ‘Justice’ before nailing him with the brain breaking move and picking up the win. Retaining his title. Rollins and Reigns arrive to celebrate with him, but are switfly interrupted by their challengers, Team Hell No.

With a frustrated Daniel Bryan storming to the ring like a goat on too much caffeine, Team Hell No launch themselves at The Shield and clean house before another of those pesky breaks. Ambrose leaves Rollins and Reigns to defend their titles by themselves and despite facing an extremely angry goat and freaky guy in a mask, The Shield pick up yet another win and retain the Tag Team Championships. All the gold is going nowhere! Ambrose arrived back in the ring to celebrate their continued annihilation of the WWE roster, The Shield as usual standing triumphant.

Get used to it!

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May 28th, 2013

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Everybody deserves a re-match I suppose. A second shot at complete humiliation. Well Kofi tonight is your night! Headed in to Smackdown Dean has his first title defense against the man he took the United States Championship from at Extreme Rules. Once again he leaves his Shield brothers at the top of the stairs and faces the match solo (one in the eye for the naysayers!). With ‘Ambrose’ chants breaking out around him the match gets off to a fast paced start with Dean out thinking Kofi once again and avoiding the high flyers offense to take control of the pace. He scores a pinfall attempt and runs rings around Kofi until Kofi takes to the turnbuckles and hits Dean with a hard strike from the top. Dean kicks out of a pin attempt but Kofi takes the advantage. However as Kofi goes to the top again, Seth Rollins appears on the outside and tries to shove Kofi from the top. Kofi kicks him in the face then hits Roman Reigns with a crossbody on the outside!

The Shield swarm Kofi in the ring and all hell breaks lose, the match called off as Randy Orton and Sheamus bolt down to the ring to Kofi’s aid, an all out brawl commencing until the General Manager Teddy Long makes his presence felt and declares a six man tag match.

Coming back from a break and straight in to the action we find The Shield being controlled by their opponents, Randy especially vicious with Rollins and seemingly not in the mood for The Shields antics tonight. Boo hoo, like they care. Cry us a river Randy! Orton, Sheamus and Kofi take a leaf out of The Shields book and focus on isolating each member but as always The Shield have each others backs, as Sheamus goes to pound Rollins’ chest over the ropes, Ambrose and Reigns leap to his rescue and tug him from Sheamus’ grasp. The Shield take a moment to regroup on the outside. Giving their opponents a chance to think they’re in control and get cocky.. always a mistake when dealing with rabid dogs.

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May 24th, 2013

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I’m finding it hard to put together a review right now because I’m an emotional mess but here we go. Ambrose gets his first shot at WWE gold a mere 6 months in to his Main Roster career, after such an impressive year so far including a debut Wrestlemania win it seems the sky is the limit for the trio in black, but will his first Pay Per View Singles match and first WWE Title match end in a victory?

Come on, did you ever doubt him?

While us here at chewed on our collective hats in nervous anticipation, Ambrose headed to the ring full of his usual cocky confidence and in an unprecidented move, bid Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns farewell on the steps! His Shield brothers leaving him to fight this battle for himself. And what a battle it was. Ambrose kept up with Kofi’s high flying and frantic style with his own hard hitting and brutal form, soaking up whatever Kofi had to throw at him and handing it back in abundance. He even brought back a submission we haven’t seen since his days on the indies, locking Kofi in to the Crossface Chickenwing and almost securing victory there and then. Kofi was able to wriggle out however and the match continued. Kofi eventually hitting his Trouble in Paradise kick to Ambrose and knocking him for loop, unfortunately for him, out of the ring! Kofi hauled Ambrose back in to the ring and went for a pin Ambrose kicked out of (God help our hearts). Kofi set him up for another of the kicks but Ambrose had it scouted and ducked out of the way, causing Kofi to hang himself up on the ropes and land painfully.

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May 20th, 2013

With Extreme Rules just days away The Shield simply turn up to Smackdown to make another statement. They’re walking in to that Pay Per View and they’re taking home everything, bank on it. With that said, the object of their ritual humiliation tonight is the pesky Uso Brothers who on Main Event took it upon themselves to get involved in business that didn’t concern them. While the brothers made what could be considered a half decent 4 minute attempt at defeating Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns while Ambrose looked on in their corner, they were defeated easily when Roman’s spear almost annihilated one of them. Ambrose smirking in the background and simply turning his back, he didn’t even need to look to know the three count was coming.

With the win secured, Ambrose joined Seth and Roman in the ring to circle the defeated Uso (who knows where the other one went, ran for his life if he’s smart). The inevitable beat down began, until Dean’s opponent on Sunday, Kofi Kingston charged down to the ring to try and make the save. He failed, so instead got himself a chair and struck Ambrose with it. Sending The Shield reeling.. but not very far. Oh Kofi, you just pissed off a very rabid dog.

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May 17th, 2013

With Extreme Rules looming on the horizon this weekend and a lot of gold up for grabs for The Shield, they head in to Main Event with the express task of putting a few dents in the opposing teams armor. Seth Rollins heads in to singles action against one half of the Tag Team Champions, Kane (with Daniel Bryan nowhere in sight, apparently he had a prior engagement.. or he was scared and tired of getting his butt handed to him by Ambrose but, whatever you fancy your excuse Daniel). If The Shield can soften up Kane for Sunday then all the better.

Ambrose and Reigns circle the ring ever watchful as the match gets underway and Rollins holds his own against the big man, of course each time he’s in a little trouble his Shield brothers are there to help him, that’s called team work kids, and these guys don’t hug. After a lengthy bout in which neither man definitively got any advantage, Kane eventually grasps Rollins for the inevitable chokeslam only for the numbers game to quickly catch up to him, Reigns and Ambrose attacking and getting Seth Disqualified before any pinfall can be made upon him. If you’re going to lose, it’s better to be folding in your own hand than having the victory taken.

After the referee rang the bell the trio swiftly turned on Kane and set him up for their Triple Powerbomb, only to be thwarted by.. The Usos? Who invited these guys? Go back to your day jobs being irrelevant boys. Still, with the numbers even The Shield regrouped on the outside and backed away through the crowd. Sunday isn’t that far away…

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May 16th, 2013

Two part video from the commercial breaks during RAW, you can check out screencaptures in the Gallery!

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May 14th, 2013