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Noted Ring Names: Dean Ambrose, Jon Moxley
From: Cincinnati, Ohio
Date of Birth: December 7, 1985
Wrestling Debut: 2005
WWE Debut: Survivor Series 2012
WWE Titles Holding: WWE RAW Tag Team Championship (w/Seth Rollins)
WWE Titles Held: WWE World Heavyweight Championship, United States Championship, Intercontinental Championship (x2)
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 tore an unstoppable path through the WWE for over a year before going their separate ways and into singles competition. Dean first went after Shield traitor Seth Rollins for revenge, and then on to win Intercontinental and WWE World Heavyweight Gold. Described as “Fearless, wild and always unpredictable” as well as a “world class competitor and infamous troublemaker” – Dean Ambrose is the star to watch!
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Sep 20 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Articles

Yet another article from the media rounds, this time for TheMonitor.com.

Current United States champion, Dean Ambrose, gets a little prickly if you ask whether he and The Shield are the good guys or the bad guys. In the end, he leaves it up to the fans to decide. He recently defended his title against Dolph Ziggler, and he’ll have to do it again when he takes on R-Truth this weekend. The wrestler joined WWE last year and almost immediately teamed up with Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns to fight what they see as injustice within the company. Ambrose took a few minutes to talk to Festiva about how he got started with wrestling, what he sees as the next step for The Shield and who he thinks he might meet in the ring in the future.

What can we expect from you (this weekend) when you come to Hidalgo?
You can expect the whole crew hitting on all cylinders and doing right now the best product possible. We know the fans of Hidalgo, Texas, being such a big wrestling town, they expect the best. And we’re going to deliver the best. You get to see it up close and personal. It’s much more intimate and much more intense being there live as opposed to being on TV and you’re sitting there in your living room. You feel all the impact, the energy from the crowd, the rumble and roar from the audience and you feel how it’s affecting the match.

What was it about wrestling that first appealed to you when you first discovered it?
The appealing thing is it’s drama you can get sucked into. It’s like any other entertainment like a book or a movie that takes you out of your real life for a while and puts you in the fantasy world because you believe these are real people — and they are real people and they are going through real struggles. You feel the triumph and you feel the failure of these people … the athleticism, the endurance, the creativity of the maneuvers, and the realism … And then there’s the high-flying stuff that makes your jaw drop. And not to be cliché, but it’s larger than life. It’s kind of like mixing your favorite rock ‘n’ roll show with your favorite sport … there’s so much wrapped up into one exciting package and I don’t think you could ask for more.

What is the goal of The Shield within the company?
Our goal, from a personal standpoint, is to work harder than everyone else day in, day out. Get up earlier, train harder and work harder in the ring. This business is ours for the taking and we can take it and we’re going to. And if anyone has a problem with that, then, too bad. Also, I wouldn’t call us cheaters, I would call us winners. We’re not mercenaries, we’re not thugs. We just do what’s best for business by whatever means possible. That’s all kind of up to you to make your own decision about whether that’s good or bad.

Do you still kind of find it amazing that you used to watch wrestling from home and now you’re (a part of it)?
It’s still very hard to wrap my brain around. I was in a main event overall last night, and that doesn’t sink in. I always expected to be here, from day one … it was just a question of when, but it was going to happen. And from the minute I got (to WWE), I expected to be in main events (I’m not in main events all the time, I’m still climbing the ladder). I try to stay pretty humble. Just being in the locker room with guys that I watched on TV; getting advice from Arn Anderson or William Regal, that kind of stuff is really cool to me; getting to work really closely with Triple H, it’s, no pun intended, a trip. It’s weird because you dream of being in this world one day and then you are and then it’s just everyday life … and it’s like, 7-foot (Big Show) walks into catering and it’s like, “What’s up, Show?”

If you could meet anyone in the ring?
I’ve had the opportunity to wrestle pretty much everybody, a huge litany of stars … and in my crystal ball, I see myself and CM Punk crossing paths and colliding. … It’s not anything that’s boiling right now.

Original Article: HERE

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Sep 18 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Spoilers

The Shield are all over Cincinnati Ohio this week for Smackdown, click on to find out what they’re doing!

[spoiler]Vickie Guerrero brought out Daniel Bryan. She gave Daniel a hard time about being a cheater. He said he wasn’t a suck up to Triple H and never would. She shows us photos of all the superstars who helped Bryan on RAW Monday. She said we will have all 10 superstars plus Bryan in an 11 on 3 gauntlet match. One man will face all 3 members of The Shield at once until that person is defeated. She said she’s saving Daniel for last & laughs victoriously. She leaves & the crowd chants asshole.

The Shield comes out for their Gauntlet Match.

* The Shield’s first opponent is Darren Young and they destroy him. Titus O’Neil is out next and he fights them off but eventually they beat him down and pin him. Dolph Ziggler is out next but he also gets overpowered. He finally fights back and takes them out one by one but gets counted out and loses after a spear from Roman Reigns. Kofi Kingston is out next. Reigns tries to attack him on the ramp but Kofi dodges him. Kofi takes out Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose with dropkicks. Reigns takes Trouble In Paradise but the pin is broken. The Shield take back control and pin Kofi after Dean Ambrose hits his finisher. Rob Van Dam is out next while Reigns is still down. RVD takes on Rollins and Ambrose. RVD hits a double Rolling Thunder and goes up for the Five Star Frogsplash but Triple H’s music hits and out he comes, calling the match off. Triple H argues with Vickie at ringside as the fans chant “this is bullshit!” Triple H sends everyone to the back and it appears the match is over.

* Backstage segment with Triple H yelling at Vickie backstage. Vickie says she thought the Gauntlet Match was best for business. Triple H tells her to make a six-man match – Daniel Bryan and The Usos vs. The Shield.

* The Shield are out first for the match followed by The Usos and Daniel Bryan. The Shield dominate most of the match on both of the Usos. The Uso in the ring is finally able to tag in Daniel Bryan & Bryan cleans house. The Usos take out Roman Reigns & Rollins jumps on them. The other Uso then jumps on all four of them and it’s down to Bryan & Ambrose. Bryan locks in the Yes Lock but Ambrose gets to the ropes. Bryan hits him with the knees for the win. In what may have been part of the post-show, Randy Orton came down and attacked Bryan but Bryan got the upperhand and send Orton to the back. [/spoiler]

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Sep 17 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Videos


What you may have missed from Ambrose Vs Ziggler during the commercial!

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Sep 17 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, RAW Results, Videos


After successfully defending the United States Championship last night at Night of Champions, Dean Ambrose once again steps in to the ring with Ziggler for a non title re-match and completes a trinity of matches against the Showoff. After getting off to a faltering start with their first match on Smackdown, the pair have forged a fantastic chemistry with each other and this RAW outing was their best so far. Evenly matched in skill, height and weight they counter one another effortlessly and neither holds an advantage for long, going back and forth and pulling out all the stops in their arsenals to try and get the win.

Eventually Ambrose yanks Ziggler from the turnbuckles and sets him up for his Headlock Driver, only for Ziggler to battle his way out of the hold and hit his Zig Zag finisher from out of nowhere! Making a pin on the United States Champion and shockingly getting the win!

Fluke! Fast Count! Shenanigans! But at least it wasn’t for the gold. However it seems the war between Ambrose and Ziggler is far from over, and thats just fine with us!

Later on in the night as Stephanie McMahon taunted legend Dusty Rhodes, she called out The Shield to teach him a lesson. As Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns circled the ring she had a further burst of inspiration and called out Big Show, giving him an ultimatum. Knock out Dusty, or The Shield will tear him apart. Ambrose and co fetched chairs and threatened to annihilate the American Dream if Big Show didn’t do as asked. The sobbing Giant eventually gave in to Stephanies threats and knocked out Dusty. Stephanie left with her Hounds of Justice close behind.

The Main Event rolled around and saw Ambrose and Rollins accompany Reigns to the ring to face Daniel Bryan one on one. Dean and Seth weren’t the only men in Reigns’ corner as Randy Orton joined them too to watch the muscle of The Shield attempt to take out Bryan. Ambrose and Rollins kept their distance from the action until the end, when Bryan locked in the No lock and they swooped in to attack. Orton joining in the beat down the foursome set Bryan up with a chair around his neck, planning a nasty demise when suddenly the rest of the RAW locker room including Dolph Ziggler, The Usos, RVD and many more wronged by The Shield flood out to Daniels aid. Beating down the Shield and sending them running. Ambrose is on the receiving end of a Zig Zag and a kick to the face courtesy of RVD, before finally fleeing. The locker room has had enough of Triple H and his regime.. bad news for The Shield!

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Sep 16 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Audio Interviews

With WWE headed to Ohio (Ambrose country!) he’s still doing the media rounds, now a podcast with Cleveland.com. Head on over to give it a listen!

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Sep 16 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Videos, WWE.com

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Sep 16 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Pay Per View Results, WWE.com


A highly anticipated rematch from Smackdown (and a highlight for the ladies watching no doubt!) tasked Dean Ambrose and Dolph Ziggler with the challenge of waking up a dead Detroit crowd and with their fast paced antics they managed to succeed. Unfortunately I’m a sickly sick person this week and lack the braincells to accurately describe this match, so I refer you to WWE.com’s write up and hang my head in shame!

United States Champion Dean Ambrose might not have instilled in Dolph Ziggler The Shield’s idea of “respect for the business,” but the rabid Hound of Justice nonetheless escaped Night of Champions with his title reign intact.

In a competitive outing defined by parity, the volatile titleholder narrowly avoided losing the stars-and-stripes title on numerous occasions before claiming victory at just under 10 minutes.

Early on, The Showoff bested Ambrose in an exchange of holds on the mat, before the pace quickened. The “slightly off” Ambrose, as Michael Cole put it, sidestepped a collision but then chose to mock Ziggler, for which The Showoff rewarded him with a pristine dropkick to the face.

The Showoff continued his assault, dumping the titleholder over the top rope and then cornering him with vicious knife-edge chops. The challenger’s enthusiasm got the best of him, however, and Ambrose coolly exploited Ziggler’s missteps, few though they were.

Despite Ambrose’s efforts to wear down his No. 1 contender, the tireless Ziggler fought on, at one point connecting with a top-rope X-Factor when Ambrose took too long to scale the turnbuckles. Moments later, the athletic wonder caught Ambrose with the Famouser, but the U.S. Champion — ever cognizant of his ring positioning — grabbed hold of the bottom rope to break the pinfall.

Ambrose clawed back into the fight, attempting to drill Ziggler head-first into the canvas with the move that has sealed so many matches for the unpredictable Shield member in the past. Ziggler squirmed out of the tight predicament and nearly pinned Ambrose with a lightning-quick rollup. The challenger’s subsequent attempt at a huge splash in the corner, though, proved unwise, as the Hound of Justice avoided the impact, locked in a headlock and planted his opponent’s skull into the mat for the three-count.

With his hope of recapturing the U.S. Title dashed for the time being, Ziggler must confront the reality of WWE COO Triple H’s heavy-handed leadership sans championship gold. Ambrose, meanwhile, continues his steady U.S. Championship reign, all while reinforcing The Shield’s reputation as enforcers not to be messed with.

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1. Night Of Champions Digitals

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Sep 14 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Audio Interviews

WWE returns to Ambrose country, Cincinnati Ohio next week and he’s doing the media rounds. Appearing on Cincinnati radio 700WLW, head on over and give it a listen! (At around 4.16)

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Sep 14 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Videos

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Sep 14 13
Published by Jen, Filed in WWE.com

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At Night of Champions this Sunday, Sept. 15, Dolph Ziggler gets a chance at retribution — and the United States Title — when he goes one-on-one with The Shield’s most chaotic member, U.S. Champion Dean Ambrose. For several weeks leading up to the pay-per-view, things were really not going The Showoff’s way. Finding himself at odds with WWE COO Triple H, he was placed in virtually unwinnable Handicap Matches against all three members of The Shield, in addition to suffering assaults before and during his other matches at the hands of the vicious Hounds of Justice. Ironically, it would be this type of torment that would ultimately lead to his good fortune.

Two days before Night of Champions, SmackDown General Manager Vickie Guerrero gave Ziggler a golden opportunity: If the former World Champion could defeat Ambrose one-on-one, he would win a title contest at Sunday’s pay-per-view. And The Showoff did win, fittingly, by disqualification when WWE Tag Team Champions Seth Rollins & Roman Reigns interfered just as Ziggler was closing in on a stirring, come-from-behind victory.

As the No. 1 contender, Ziggler presents unique challenges for the eccentric Hound of Justice. With slick grappling, striking athleticism and boundless cardio, The Showoff’s style contrasts with the 6-foot-4, 225-pound Ambrose’s penchant for wild, frenzied brawls. Although both are highly talented mat technicians, Ziggler’s motivation for payback and Ambrose’s take-two-punches-to-land-one mentality could turn this contest into a highly physical and personal battle of attrition. That would suit the unhinged Ambrose — who rides into Night of Champions on a massive wave of momentum — just fine. A dominant, three-month reigning champion, he may have preferred a night off Sunday, but he has proven he’s not afraid of any Superstar. In addition to his fearlessness and confidence, he always has Rollins and Reigns on his side, ready to take advantage of The Shield’s notorious numbers game at a moment’s notice.

Can The Showoff knock off the United States Champion and become the first Superstar to dethrone a member of The Hounds of Justice? Or, will Ambrose — and The Shield — continue to dominate? To find out, watch Night of Champions this Sunday, Sept. 15, live on pay-per-view, starting at 8 ET/5 PT.

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