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!
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With The Shield headed to Australia alongside the rest of the RAW crew a further taping was held tonight for next Mondays RAW, click on to find out what Ambrose and co are up to!
* Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns beat The Usos and Mark Henry. [/spoiler]


Website Staff
July 24th, 2013

Last week The Shield made the bold move of assaulting Mark Henry as he vied for another shot at the WWE Championship. They’d go on to explain that Henry was old news and there wasn’t time for people like him in the title picture anymore. He’s a dinosaur, after all. Unfortunately though they didn’t put Mark Henry down for good and heading in to RAW, Henry came to the ring to call all three of them out. Citing that he’s not even remotely intimidated by the trio. The Shield of course respond, Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns coming to the ring and taking their positions before launching their attack and for a moment getting Henry on the run. However those pesky losers The Usos decided to stick their painted faces in where they weren’t wanted yet again and run to Mark’s aid. As Henry and The Usos dispatched of Ambrose and Rollins, Reigns was left to face the music. But before things could get really bad for the muscle of the group, Ambrose and Rollins came to his aid. Dragging him from the ring.

Deeply frustrated and annoyed, Ambrose kicked the snot out of the ring barrier – That’ll teach it – before the trio escaped through the crowd. Seemingly wanting no more of Henry and The Usos. For now.

Oh and Dean got a haircut. Yes, we cover everything.

Related Links
1. RAW Digitals
2. RAW Screencaptures


Website Staff
July 23rd, 2013

After upsetting Mark Henry on RAW The Shield marched boldly on to Smackdown to take on the Usos in a rematch that never got off the ground. The Usos decided to take a leaf out of The Shields playbook and attack Rollins and Reigns before the bell could even be rung, prompting Ambrose to the aid of his brothers. The three on two beat down beginning and The Shield clearing the ring, however, the upset Mark Henry wasn’t far behind and bulldozed his way to the ring. Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns were waiting for him but their assault didn’t last for long as The Usos made a come back and chased The Shield away.

Or shall we call it another tactical retreat? We think so.

Related Links:
1. Smackdown Digitals


Website Staff
July 19th, 2013

The Shield are never done serving out justice, and on Smackdown, it appeared justice was going to be served in tag team actions against the Usos for their actions at MITB. Did things go smoothly? Click the read more to be spoiled, thanks to LordsOfPain!

[spoiler]The Usos vs. Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns is up next. The match never starts as Dean Ambrose runs down. Mark Henry makes the save for The Usos and the crowd goes nuts for him. The Shield escape through the crowd.[/spoiler]

Website Staff
July 17th, 2013

Rollins and Reigns retained their Tag Team Championships last night at Money in the Bank and Ambrose stole though show in the World Heavyweight Championship Money in the Bank Ladder match with his typically out-there antics. But he was unable to claim that briefcase and that being the case, the trio head in to RAW looking for something new to sink their teeth in to.. and find it.

Mark Henry has been on an unstoppable destructive path trying to get his paws on the WWE Championship and he comes out to issue another challenge to John Cena, in an attempt to appeal to his sense of competition and get him to pick him to face at Summerslam. The Shield however, have other ideas. Interrupting Henry before Cena can answer at all and heading down to the ring. After weeks of being engulfed in singles competition, Ambrose is back to old ways as he and his Shield brothers circle the ring and launch their attack. Henry makes a valiant attempt to fend them off but after Ambrose leaps on his back with a choke hold, Roman hits the spear and it’s game over. The trio set Henry up for a Triple Powerbomb and hit it, putting the big man down. But have they stopped his warpath? Or are they now in the crosshairs of a very angry man that can pull freight vehicles. Interesting choice.. boys.

Related Links:
1. RAW Digitals
2. RAW Screencaptures


Website Staff
July 16th, 2013

They don’t call it the city of brotherly love for nothing!

It was the return that Philly was waiting for… RVD, who? After a remarkable match where Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns defended the WWE Tag Team Titles, Dean Ambrose returned to the sight of a city that once had a remarkable appreciation for some “Jon Moxley” fellow.  With CZW chants and a chorus of “Let’s Go Ambrose” filling the  Wells Fargo Center, Dean departed from his Shield members to wait in the corner as the World Heavyweight Championship Money in the Bank ladder match opened the show.

A brawl that you would’ve seen in the Arena several years ago, all men of the ladder match went to blows in the opening portion of the contest. The Philly fans prominently fans of all things violent ate it up, as they rightfully should’ve, and things quickly spread apart. Tossed aside early on, Dean came back with a ravenous vengeance, interrupting the first climb of the ladder, but the Philly fan favorite was quick to interrupt his attempt, tossing Jack to the floor like yesterday’s trash. A brawl between Barrett and Dean was quick to follow; the two well experienced in all out fights, and neither man disappointed – giving their all to fight for the dominance.

The larger man managed to prevail, tossing Dean back to the outside until only one man was left alone once more, and the vicious veteran of the hardcore struck, and struck hard. Almost caught in a two-on-one offense on the ladder from the Real Americans, Dean kicked up the pace with a remarkable off-the-ladder DDT onto Swagger – a nonverbal “NOPE” in response to Swagger’s attempt of a Spinebuster.

However, the two-on-one allowed Antonio Cesaro time to climb up the ladder, and the two former independent sensations brawled until Cesaro managed to catch Dean with a rear naked choke – what a cheater, am I right?! The intensity was unrelenting, and Dean would return once more once another man was left alone – assaulting Fandango as he seemed to have things secure.

And this, ladies and gentleman, is when it all got real

Connecting with a Headlock Driver off the ladder on Fandango, Dean’s hunger was evident as he scaled the ladder; getting closer and closer to his imminent contract at the WHC championship – I mean, we all know that’s coming, right? But every party needs a pooper, and that’s why they invited Cesaro and Swagger. The two-on-one offense, however, wasn’t allowed – NOT in Philadelphia, and Dean was quick to shut both men down.

Clearing off Swagger and Cesaro, Dean placed the ladder around his neck – showing shades of Terry Funk – and cleared the ring until he was once more stopped by Cesaro and Swagger, who picked the ladder up, though it was still around Dean’s neck, but Dean was fast thinking, skinning the cat onto the ladder, but it was soon dumped to the floor, Dean laying in the carnage once more.

All signs pointed to the victory of Cody Rhodes, but Dean was quick to crush another the dream of the Son of the American Dream. The two fought violently on the top of the ladder, and Cody managed to win the battle, tossing Dean off until the Shield interrupted; Rollins and Reigns looking to assist Dean to his victory – something we won’t argue with, though… We know he could do it on his own. It seemed as if the victory was in Dean’s hands, until the Uso’s evened the odds; taking out the Shield, and soon enough, Dean took the spill of the night, getting shoved off the ladder to the outside into a crowd of men – making the most memorable moment of the night.

…The brotherly love that generally fills Philly’s streets soon came to an end, as Damien Sandow betrayed his friend Cody Rhodes while Dean and the rest of the men involved laid motionless on the outside. But don’t rest comfortably, Sandow… Your friend practically had to kill him to keep him down. Sleep with both eyes open.

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1. MITB Screencaptures
2. MITB Digitals
3. Match Download


Website Staff
July 15th, 2013

Justice has finally been served, ladies and gentleman!

After several months of fighting their way to the top, the Shield finally secured their place at #1 on this week’s Power Rankings. Albeit an Ambrose-less week, the Shield still made sure to make an impact; both with actions from Rollins and Reigns, and words from the mouthpiece of the Shield. With the trio heading into Money in the Bank with the tag belts on the line, as well as Ambrose walking back into former stomping grounds to attempt to become the next Mr. Money in the Bank, the group has defined themselves as more than just a violent stable.

They’re intimidating in any form; alone and torn apart, and this Sunday, they’ll prove it once more. Here’s what the folks at had to say:

Go ahead. Find three others Superstars who are more in sync heading into Money in the Bank than the trio of US Champion Dean Ambrose and WWE Tag Team Champions Seth Rollins & Roman Reigns. The Shield could have a historic night at the upcoming pay-per-view, especially if Ambrose leaves the City of Brotherly Love as the new “Mr. Money in the Bank.”


Website Staff
July 13th, 2013

We may have missed Dean on Smackdown this week, but he showed up on the App with another message for the WWE Universe and the men he faces on Sunday. Good luck, Dean! Not that you need it, obviously.


Website Staff
July 13th, 2013

It seems that some of the folks over at still believe. With Money in the Bank this Sunday, the WWE Universe has been speculating for weeks on who, exactly, will obtain the briefcases in both matches. However, the World Heavyweight Championship’s match has seemingly torn the Universe apart more than any other. Stopping four members of’s editorial staff, Hall of Famer Howard Finkel looked for the opinions of all on who will obtain the blue briefcase, as well as putting out his own.

Two wise people chose Ambrose, with their opinions as to why below:

Tom Herrera: All seven competitors in this match are young and hungry. What sets Dean Ambrose apart from the pack is the killer instinct that propels Superstars to glory in the most chaotic of scenarios. Where others may hesitate, the U.S. Champion will relentlessly strike to find an opening and climb up that ladder, and, in turn, the championship ranks in WWE. WINNER: Ambrose

Alex Giannini: Like the All-Stars Match, this Ladder Match is loaded with talent and choosing a winner seems like a crapshoot. Still, whenever Dean Ambrose is involved, I tend to lean his way. And just imagine a looming cash-in with the rest of The Shield behind him … WINNER: Ambrose

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Website Staff
July 12th, 2013