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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As CM Punk celebrated his 365th day as WWE Champion in the ring with Paul Heyman, the party was crashed by Ryback, looking for revenge for what took place at Survivor Series! But you didnt think Punk would be out there without backup, did you? In an echo of last nights events Dean Ambrose alongside Rollins and Reigns came out of nowhere and viciously assaulted Ryback, battering him on the outside. Ryback mounted a brief offense as he threw Reigns and Rollins against the barriers, but Ambrose was on hand to keep him from reaching Punk. The trio quickly regrouped and dominated Ryback, dragging him out of the ring once again and setting him up just as they did at Survivor Series, hitting him with a devastating powerbomb through the announce table!
CM Punk and Paul Heyman looked on with broad smirks on their faces, and as Ambrose and co took to the ring to gloat over their victory, Punk stood over Rybacks fallen body and held his Championship in the air! The Best in The World sure knows how to pick em! Welcome to RAW Dean!
Seth Rollins is the first ever WWE NXT Champion, having won a tournament to crown the inaugural titleholder. This native of Davenport, Iowa came into NXT with a sterling reputation from his work on the independent circuit and immediately made an impact in WWE’s developmental system.
Perhaps the word best used to describe Rollins would be “chaotic.” His in-ring style is calculated, yet frantic. Employing a combination of high-risk maneuvers and devastating strikes, Rollins’ offense is spectacular and elicits show-closing ovations.
From the moment Dean Ambrose marched onto the scene, WWE NXT fans were unable to take their eyes off of him. Fearless, wild and always unpredictable, Ambrose more than lived up to his reputation as a world-class competitor and infamous troublemaker.
In October of last year, Ambrose created quite a stir when WWE champion CM Punk appeared at NXT for an autograph signing. Ambrose decided to verbally assault Punk on the microphone, resulting in a raucous and unforgettable scene when The Straight Edge Savior challenge Ambrose that evening. The 30-minute showdown between the two physical competitors blew away the lucky fans who witnessed it.
Like his fellow WWE NXT standouts, Roman Reigns is a fierce competitor and an exceptional athlete. Inside the ring, Reigns is a heavy hitter, and he is just as aggressive outside the ring. The powerhouse always acts with a sense of purpose, depicting power and commanding respect. Put simply, Roman Reigns views himself as the most valuable commodity in NXT.
As for why these three men interfered in the final bout at Survivor Series? Answers may await Monday night on Raw at 8/7C.
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It may have been the most contentious ending to a Survivor Series main event since Mr. McMahon changed the course of WWE history 15 years ago on a cold Montreal night.
In a turn of events that floored the WWE Universe, CM Punk retained his WWE Title against Ryback and John Cena in a Triple Threat Match when WWE NXT competitors Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns hit the ring and brutalized Ryback. Swarming the mighty beast like a pack of vicious jackals, the three young stars of WWE’s developmental territory smashed Ryback through an announce table and allowed The Straight Edge Savior to pin Cena and sneak away with his championship. But why did Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns target the human wrecking ball? And was their support of CM Punk intentional?
Those questions were posed by outraged WWE fans across all of social media moments after the outrageous outcome of WWE’s fall classic, but answers were harder to come by. After all, CM Punk and his nauseating underling Paul Heyman had hightailed it out of Indianapolis as soon as they got their grubby hands on their golden prize. But who wouldn’t point fingers at this loathsome pair? Continue reading »
Hold on to your hats, because Ambrose has arrived! During the Main Event of Survivor Series as Ryback looked to have the Triple Threat match between he, CM Punk and John Cena wrapped up, Ambrose rushed the ring in Security gear alongside Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns to tear in to Ryback! Beating him down then pulling him out of the ring, the trio set him up and powerbombed him through the announce table, putting Ryback out of the match and giving CM Punk the advantage he needed to take control back. Hitting Cena with the GTS, CM Punk retained as Ambrose and co looked on. Once Punk’s victory was sealed, Ambrose retreated through the crowd while commentary confirmed their identities. Has Punk got himself a new Faction?
In an explosive eight-man tag for the main event, Dean Ambrose shockingly teamed up with one of his former foes, Seth Rollins, along with CJ Parker and Bo Dallas. Across the ring stood Kassius Ohno, Corey Graves, Erick Rowan, and Leo Kruger. The elimination styled match up left the fans in attendance on edge – Dean getting eliminated by Corey Graves after a submission. However, in the end Seth Rollins was the last man standing allowing his team – Dean, included, to receive the victory.
Almost a complete battle of the Filth Parade, Dean Ambrose teamed up tonight with Corey Graves against the duo of CJ Parker and Bo Dallas. Opting to leave the competition halfway through, Dean and Corey were forced back into action as CJ and Bo grabbed hold of them to prevent a double count out. Once all men were back in action, CJ and Bo managed to walk away with their heads held high and their hands in the air.
Heading into the Halloween night at NXT in Tampa, Florida, Dean went on to wrestle a wrestler of his past. Taking on the ferocious and powerful Luke Harper, Dean brought his all against the newest member of the Wyatt family. A Regal Stretch, a hard-hitting fight, and two men from similar paths gave the fans something to remember.
Perhaps each hard blow was revenge for the Open the Southern Gate assault before the Doi/Moxley match? 😉
Many would say Jimmy Jacobs and Jon Moxley are cut from the same cloth, with a similar vicious style of nothing but relentless attack, and a never quit attitude, the pair have brawled across Dragon Gate USA and Insanity Pro Wrestling on numerous occasions. Jon himself citing some of his matches with Jimmy as his favorites in terms of psychology, dragging the audience in to the match by their throats and not letting go as they used a mix of outright brutality and technical prowess to make their matches something really special.
Showdown In Naptown was to be Moxley’s final match with Insanity Pro, as he signed with WWE and moved on to Florida. It’s no real surprise he chose Jimmy as one of his final indie opponents, having been one of his most notable rivalries over the years. In this match, Jon would pass the IPW Heavyweight Championship over to Jacobs and bid the company farewell, and one hell of a match it was! By far the most bloodthirsty and brutal of their matches, ‘Showdown’ was most certainly the appropriate word.
The match was a Moxley specialty, a Dog Collar match (he always seems to thrive in those) and the pace from the outset was vicious and furious, with Jimmy attacking before he could even have the collar attached. He instantly set out to brutalize Moxley, strangling him with the chain and battering him with it repeatedly before finally having it fixed to his own neck. From there, Moxley turned the tides and pulled out a favorite trick, hanging Jimmy over the top rope by his throat before dumping him to the outside. Once outside, the action took on a life of it’s own a they brawled around the arena, resulting in Jon being badly busted open on the ringpost before re-entering the ring. Bleeding like the proverbial stuck pig, Jimmy went after the wound with his railroad spike and assaulted Jon with everything he had, but it wasnt enough to put him down. With a sickly grin on his face Moxley repeatedly flummoxed Jimmy’s attempts to choke him out and went on to strike Jimmy with his own series of finishers. But it was Jimmy’s night, kicking out from each and continuing his relentless assault on the heavily bleeding Jon. Eventually, Jimmy was able to render Moxley unconscious with his Guillotine choke. Taking the title, and ridding IPW of the scourge of Jon Moxley for good.
This was a fantastic, if bloody and violent match. Another perfect send off that showcased both men and their talents wonderfully. Most certainly the stand out of his matches with Jimmy, if you’re going to pick up just one, make it this one!
Once more down in Florida, Dean would take on the brash and violent James Bronson in a match that was described as a brutal and classic bout. The connoisseur of violent matches, Dean managed to get the edge to go over Bronson for the second consecutive time this weekend.
Tonight at the NXT live event in Largo Dean faced off against James Bronson – a nemesis from his past – after a hard fought match that saw both men take it to each other Dean was able to secure the win with a Regal Stretch.
Returning to NXT’s dark matches in Winter Park, Florida at the Full Sail arena, Dean Ambrose took on the young and up-and-coming star, Dante Dash. As expected, Dean managed to walk away with the victory to mark the end of his recent losing streak.