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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 Held: WWE World Heavyweight Championship, United States Championship, Intercontinental Championship (x2), WWE RAW Tag Team Championship (w/Seth Rollins)
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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Nov 25 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Pay Per View Results, Videos, WWE

The Shield head in to Survivor Series hell bent on finishing out their debut year on a high note. It was at Survivor Series they made they debut last year, so a huge impact tonight is necessary. Ambrose starts things out against Rhodes and he’s on fine form, almost dancing around Cody and taking control swiftly, he begins to lose his temper, stomping down on Cody in the corner and forcing the referee to repeatedly pull him away, until eventually he’s all but wrenched in to the center of the ring by the Official. Dean takes exception to this and gets in the referees face, yelling at him that he doesn’t know who he’s dealing with and he needs to keep his hands off, a move that would cost him dearly as Cody moves up behind him and swiftly rolls him up, eliminating Dean within in a minute of the matches start!

Ambrose is enraged, yelling at the referee and anybody that will listen, while his teammates look in shock. Tsk, Dean, that temper of yours did you no good tonight. He decides to take it out on Goldust with a cheap shot, but ends up getting knocked on his backside by Cody and sent from the ring, leaving a humiliating first on this their anniversary. However, all was not lost for The Shield as an impressive showing from Reigns saw him outlast all of his other team mates and eventually take out 4 of the opposition with his deadly spear. Securing the win for Team Shield.. while Ambrose seethes quietly backstage. Oh dear.

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Nov 25 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Tout, Videos, WWE

A Tout released seconds after Ambrose was eliminated from the Survivor Series match. No words, just seething anger!

Nov 25 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Videos, WWE

Nov 23 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Smackdown, Videos, WWE

After RAW’s dramatic Main Event The Shield needed to redeem themselves. Namely Ambrose after eating the GTS at the hands of CM Punk and costing the team the match. Hey, everybody has an off day, even the best. So headed in to a bout on Smackdown against The Usos and Rey Mysterio seems like an easy no brainer, The Shield have defeated The Usos countless times and Rey Mysterios been on the shelf for months. No problem.

The Shield start out cocky and as usual Ambrose gets things underway for his team. Taking control of the high flying Usos immediately, The Shield dominate much of the match until that pesky Mysterio manages to work himself in to the mix. Well he’s so small it makes him hard to catch. Despite Roman spearing everything that moves, it just wasn’t quite enough as bodies flew everywhere and Dean found himself on the receiving end of a 619 and Mysterios trademark finish, costing another win for The Shield. Oops.

Roman and Seth don’t look too happy. But they’ll get over it, right?

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Nov 20 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Spoilers

The Shield are in action on this Fridays Smackdown, click on to find out what mischief they’re getting in to this week!

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Nov 19 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Videos, WWE

What you may have missed during the commercials.

Nov 19 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, RAW Results, Videos, WWE

Early in the night we found The Shield watching as Big E Langston won the Intercontinental Championship with Curtis Axel, leading Randy Orton to asking the trio if they were going to be there for him in his match at Survivor Series. The normally vocal Ambrose has nothing but a raised eyebrow for Orton, but its Roman to confirm that if thats what management wants, that’s what they’d get. An uneasy tension between the group and Orton for sure.

The shows Main Event rolls around to an awesome 12 Man Tag Team match pitting The Shield and The Wyatt family against the team of Punk, Daniel Bryan, Goldust, Cody Rhodes and The Usos. A match up many of us would have paid a ton of money for on Pay Per View, but they’re giving it to us for free. Oh well, we’ll take it! The other team seems to be on the same page but as The Shield and The Wyatts come face to face the battle of the egos commences. Ambrose glibly informs them he’s going to start things out and turns his back on them, getting in to the ring and leaving Rollins and Reigns to debate with Bray over the proceedings. Eventually they get started though and Ambrose kicks off the proceedings against one of The Usos. The match an action packed showdown between both sides but not without it’s issues, as Luke Harper tags himself in with a slap to Rollins’ back, Seth takes exception to this on the outside and soon The Shield and The Wyatts are face to face again and threatening to explode. Oddly enough, it’s Bray that’s the voice of reason and gets everybody back on the same page.

The tags between the Wyatts and The Shield become more intense than the battle with their opponents, with Ambrose receiving a tag so hard he has to shake off his hand. At another point, he slaps Harpers back and has to run for it after making the tag. Oh the drama! Eventually though, things come down to Ambrose and Punk and the pair exchange finishing moves, Punk kicking out of Ambrose’s headlock driver, Reigns breaks up a pin and mayhem ensues with everybody getting a chance to hit their finishers and the Usos taking to the air to take out The Wyatts. Eventually, Punk hits Ambrose with the GTS in the middle of a cleared out ring and takes home the victory. The Shield quickly vacating as the others dissolve in to a brawl.

Oh and Rey Mysterio returned, but The Shield don’t care much about midgets.

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Nov 18 13
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As if the much-anticipated Survivor Series pay-per-view wasn’t already overflowing with intriguing matchups, has learned that WWE Tag Team Champions Cody Rhodes & Goldust, The Usos and a mystery partner will battle The Shield and The Real Americans in a blockbuster Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team Match!

Featuring many of WWE’s most exciting and explosive Superstars, this talent-laden contest guarantees high-octane action at WWE’s fall classic. The Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match stipulates that the teams will compete in a five-on-five tag contest with the added twist that Superstars are eliminated individually — via pinfall, submission, disqualification or count-out — until one squad has no members remaining. Making the WWE fan favorite contest even more exciting this year is the fact that all the combatants are already quite familiar with one another.

Although Rhodes and Goldust defended their titles against Jimmy & Jey Uso and The Shield’s Seth Rollins & Roman Reigns in a Triple Threat Match at WWE Hell in a Cell, the WWE Tag Team Champions more often have found themselves fighting side-by-side with The Usos. Facing common enemies in The Hounds of Justice and Zeb Colter’s patriotic pair, the foursome of brothers figures to be a dangerous and cohesive unit come Nov. 24. The unknown fifth member of their team adds an element of mystery to the proceedings. Who could it be? Who should it be?

The Shield and The Real Americans also have common goals — or targets — and should form a daunting Survivor Series squad. Although Rollins, Reigns and United States Champion Dean Ambrose haven’t exactly played nice with their fellow Superstars in the past, their intensity and pack-of-dogs mentality are perfect for a Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match. If the black-clad trio manages to stay on the same page with Jack Swagger & Antonio Cesaro — who have shown impressive teamwork in their own right — this will be a big, strong, mean and technical team.

Will the Rhodes boys and The Usos be able to take down The Shield and The Real Americans? Or, will even a “mystery partner” be unable to help them at WWE’s fall classic? Find out live on pay-per-view when Survivor Series airs this Sunday at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

Nov 18 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Articles

12 Months and 1 Day ago Dean Ambrose was still cooling his heels down in FCW while the rest of us wondered if he’d ever make his long speculated over debut on the Main Roster. He was the subject of hundreds of Memes and internet articles begging for his call up, every time it seemed like someone new might be brought in to the picture, the internet would explode with rumors of it being him. But it just never happened. 12 Months ago today, Dean and his 2 cohorts Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns were flown to Survivor Series to smash apart the WWE, costing Cena and Ryback their opportunity at the WWE Championship and keeping it in the pocket of CM Punk. The Shield were born and the next night on RAW they stood watch over the proceedings, casting the same ominous shadow over the other Superstars as they would for the next full year.

In a single year they’ve made the biggest impact of any trio or faction in wrestling history. For Dean, he’s experienced his first ever Wrestlemania as well as his first taste of WWE Gold, winning the United States Championship at Extreme Rules which he still holds today. Here’s a few highlights of their year in celebration of the history making Hounds of Justice. Congratulations Boys!


After weeks of tearing through the roster The Shield were finally put to the test in their first match at the TLC Pay Per View – a bout that pitted them against 3 of the top stars in the company. Team Hell No and Ryback. Many thought the odds were stacked against them and they couldn’t come out on the winning end of this, not after their sneaky underhanded tactics getting there. But they would steal the show in a match nobody could follow. With Rollins risking his neck and Ambrose taunting Ryback, it was one of the most entertaining matches of the past year and one of the most stellar debut matches in history. Reigns eventually picking up the win after he and Ambrose all but destroyed Daniel Bryan. It left the naysayers speechless, truly time to Believe In The Shield.

Just a few short months after making the main roster debut, The Shield terrorized Wrestlemania in the opening bout against Randy Orton, Big Show and Sheamus. It was a bold statement and testament toward the impact the group had made in such a small amount of time and not only did they start the show with their usual hyper adrenalized antics and get the crowd psyched for the rest of the night – they WON their debut bout. An almost unheard of fete for any Superstar coming in, let alone a faction. Ambrose picking up the winning pinfall on the Grandest Stage of them All. They’re just getting started!

A mere month later and Ambrose and The Shield were making more history. Hot off of their impressive Wrestlemania bout they headed out on a ‘European Infiltration’ tour. On Monday night RAW they arrived to the show in a Helicopter, landing outside Londons 02 Arena and speeding to the show in which they’d take on Undertaker, Kane and Daniel Bryan. The Shield facing off against the Legendary Undertaker was a bout nobody thought they could win, but once again they proved the naysayers wrong and took home the victory in this classic 3 on 3 battle. Ambrose went on to take on The Undertaker by himself the next night on Smackdown. While he didn’t win the bout, The Shield struck the Deadman with a devastating blow, Triple Powerbombing him through the Announce table. The Undertaker hasn’t been seen or heard from since.

Arriving back from their European Tour the Hounds of Justice tore in to Extreme Rules and would yet again make history. Dean facing Kofi Kingston for the United States Championship while Rollins and Reigns took on Kane and Daniel Bryan for the Tag Team Titles. Their first WWE Title shots and it was nothing but victories. Ambrose cleanly pinning Kingston with no outside help to lay claim to the gold, followed by Rollins and Reigns ending Team Hell No’s impressive streak with the Tag Titles. All three members of The Shield holding Gold in their first year.

The Shield have kept their Vice Grip around the neck of the WWE for one full year and we believe they’re nowhere close to done. Even if the cracks may be showing in some places, they still have a lot of history to make. Ambrose’s future is bright, he couldn’t have gotten off to any better a start. If you don’t believe by now.. just go home.

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Nov 17 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Articles, are comparing new superstars to old in their latest set of articles and guess what, Ambrose is included! Who is he reminding them of? Why the late great Brian Pillman of course. A little crazy goes a long way, here’s what they had to say!

A big part of what makes The Shield’s Dean Ambrose so captivating is the feeling of not having a clue what he’s going to do or say next. Maybe even he doesn’t know sometimes; the wild gesticulations, the bodily convulsions and guttural yells just come out of his soul without warning. Among a roster full of Superstars who appear to have their identities all neatly ironed out, there twitches Dean Ambrose, embracing the “loose cannon” side of his psyche and all the danger that comes with it.

The WWE Universe got the same edgy vibes from watching Brian Pillman at work in the ’90s. Whether he was verbally lacing into the mic at the announce table or threatening “Stone Cold” Steve Austin with maniacal anarchy, the unconventional and wildly unpredictable performer captured the essence of The Attitude Era.

It’s no surprise that few Superstars – and off-kilter ones at that, such as “Stone Cold” Steve Austin and Goldust – were bold enough to mix it up with Pillman. Similarly, Ambrose has not encountered any persistent contenders for his United States Title in the first 180 days of his reign. Hey, would you want to start a rivalry with a champion who has the looks of a madman?