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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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Feb 1 13
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Imagine, for a moment, a world in which Paul Heyman is an evil mastermind with a crew of blue-chip competitors under his guidance (a shocking notion, we know). Think The Nexus as run by a cult leader instead of a general; a many-armed entity of destruction with a silver-tongued devil and master strategist as its leader.

Of course, wrestling historians will know that this is no mere fever dream or wild speculation, but instead a history lesson in the ways of the Dangerous Alliance. For years Heyman operated with a crew of feverish acolytes that carried out the mastermind’s bidding, capturing championship gold through intimidation and trickery and blazing a trail across sports-entertainment history. The Alliance (so named after Heyman’s original nickname, Paul E. Dangerously) existed in several incarnations and organizations throughout the ’80s and ’90s — permutations of the group peppered the AWA, WCW and ECW — but always seemed to burn out just as fast as they ascended to dominance, with some kind of internal dispute typically tearing the group asunder (for example: The WCW version disbanded when Heyman departed the company; the ECW incarnation fell by the wayside thanks to Tazz sustaining injury and Sabu’s dismissal from The Land of Extreme). Frankly, these dissolutions were a blessing in disguise, as the only thing more ominous to a locker room than the notion of the old Dangerous Alliance is the possibility of its resurrection.
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Feb 1 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, Smackdown, Videos

After the shocking events of Monday night we were left wondering about The Shields motivations and weather or not they were operating under the control of Paul Heyman. A theory I’m loathe to get on board with as if you listen to Heyman’s wording, he simply paid them to do some ‘jobs’ for him. Like hired Mercenaries. Smackdown went on to further prove this theory because as far as we know, Heyman has no issue with Sheamus. The Shields vendetta against him however continues as they attack him in the midst of a match against Damien Sandow, but this time theres nobody running to the aid of the ‘Great White’.. no Orton, no Ryback. Are they scared? We like to think so.

Ambrose, Rollins & Reigns delivered another of their ‘in cold blood’ beatdowns and despite Rollins eating a facefull of boot and having to be helped out of the ring by his partners, The Shield ultimately left The Great White well and truly beached.

My jokes are getting worse.

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Feb 1 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, NXT, Spoilers

Heading back to their home turf tonight for the tapings that will air on February 27th, the Shield let the locker room know that their eyes should be open at all times. Curious as to what happened? Click the read more! We will have photographs from tonight’s even later on!

[spoiler]In a number one contender’s match for the NXT title, Corey Graves was set to take on Conor O’Brian. However, the match ended on a sour note; the Shield rushing the ring to attack both of the men, not allowing a contender to be established. Dean grabbed a microphone after the assault, making sure all the locker room knew that they should keep both eyes open before passing the microphone around the group before they departed without consequence.[/spoiler]
Jan 31 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Images


With a huge thanks to Shaina we have the 2013 Tour Program scan for Ambrose and The Shield! You can check out Shainas other candids from the Royal Rumble weekend as well as many more in the Gallery now!

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Jan 30 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Spoilers

After their unstoppable assault on Raw, the Shield tore on to Smackdown looking to strike against one of the men who stuck his nose in their business last night. Can’t wait ’til Friday night? Click the read more!

[spoiler]*Sheamus vs Damien Sandow is next. Sandow took the early advantage. Sheamus fought back and started to dominate when the Shield entered and attacked Sheamus.[/spoiler]
Jan 30 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Articles

After the reveal on Monday Night RAW that the Shield has in fact worked for Paul Heyman posed a few questions that are no doubt on everyone’s mind. Who leaked the footage and does this mean all of the attacks were done for Paul and then Champion CM Punk.

Mr. McMahon promised evidence linking Paul Heyman to The Shield last night on Raw Roulette, and true to form, The Chairman delivered.

Moments before he was attacked by Brock Lesnar, McMahon produced the proverbial smoking gun in the form of candid-style footage that confirmed collusion between the mad scientist and not only The Shield, but also former referee Brad Maddox. In the footage — apparently filmed by Maddox’s trusted cameraman, Carson —Heyman revealed, in no uncertain terms, that he “plucked [Maddox] from obscurity” and installed him as the referee for Punk’s Hell in a Cell WWE Title Match against Ryback (which Maddox would later infamously derail by costing Ryback the match). Heyman later reveals that he’s got The Shield in his pocket as well.
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Jan 29 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Images, RAW Results, Videos

In the wake of the Royal Rumble debacle, it seems like The Shield have something to prove tonight on RAW as they stormed in on a celebrating John Cena and quickly picked him apart only for Sheamus to attempt a rescue. This was unsuccessful however and Sheamus was also put down by the angered trio. Ryback was last out to an equally flaccid attempt at subduing Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns. While Ryback tossed both Seth and Dean over the ropes, Reigns was ready for him. Shoving him against the ropes Ambrose and Rollins were able to grab his ankles and yank him out of the ring, quickly sending him crashing into the steel steps.

Sheamus attempted another assault but was sent smashing in to the ring post, knocking him loopy. The Shield got back inside the ring to gloat over their handiwork, only for Cena to resurrect and jump on them. Ambrose however saw it coming and quickly took his legs out. Before you could say ‘last night was a travesty’ Cena was lifted into the Triple Powerbomb and put out of our misery.

The Shield left through the crowd like men on a mission, but I doubt any of this will just ‘stay in Vegas’.. harr, see what I did there?

Later on in the night as Paul Heyman underwent his ‘Performance Review’ at the hand of Vince McMahon, Heyman continued to deny his involvement with The Shield. Vince however, had some rather damning video evidence to show off. Cutting to some taped footage of Heyman with Brad Maddox in some dark back alley somewhere. Heyman proceeded to tell Maddox he’d failed to do the job he was hired to do and they were tired of him repeatedly coming back for more. He went on to say that he and Punk also paid The Shield for their services, and paid them much more. But then The Shield are far more effective at what they do. At this point, Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns emerged from the shadows and surrounded Maddox who promptly began to plead for his life. Heyman simply patted on him the head and told him to think of it as a learning experience. He then left Maddox to his fate and The Shield attacked, viciously assaulting Maddox and taking the camera offline.

So what of Heyman? The Shields employer was on the verge of getting fired by McMahon, when who should show up but Brock Lesnar. Hitting the Chairman with an F5.. it seems Heyman’s assembled a wrecking crew.

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Jan 28 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Pay Per View Results

So, The Shield were warned if they interfered in CM Punk’s match then CM Punk would be stripped of the title, right? There were a million theories of double crosses and other ways in which The Shield might make some huge impact on the Royal Rumble, but WWE went with the simple and obvious answer. Toward the end of the match between Punk and The Rock, the arena went dark… and apparently The Shield attacked The Rock and put him through the announce desk. I say apparently, because we didnt actually see them do it. The arena was pitch dark. This of course is good for Punk as nobody can prove The Shield ever got involved and hence, Punk wasn’t disqualified and went on to win the bout. Only for Vince McMahon to come out and re-start the match and for The Rock to eventually win and become new WWE Champion.

So, The Shield ARE working with Punk. This all but confirms it without them flashing a big neon sign saying ‘We like this guy’ above their heads. But, for those of us that paid to see them do something amazing tonight, unfortunately the joke is on us, because it was pitch dark! Money well spent.

Where do The Shield go from here, especially with Punk ultimately losing?

Media unlikely, considering it was pitch black. Sorry!

Jan 26 13
Published by Jen, Filed in Power Rankings

Making airwaves after attacking the Great One on Monday Night Raw, the Shield cemented their place at #19 once more. With Royal Rumble just around the corner, will their potential actions catapult them up the list or will they remain where they are? You’ll only know by tuning in! The below is what had to say:

Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns loom large in the 19-spot after their brutal attack on The Rock Monday night.

Jan 25 13
Published by Jen, Filed in What Others Say

Lawler conducted an extensive interview with the New York Times and was asked about the future stars of the company, among them, The Shield. Here’s what Lawler had to say about our favorite Troublemaking Trio.

And what about The Shield, a group everyone is talking about?

Lawler: I think that what they’ve done with those guys and the way they have been presented has been very good in making a fast impact. I think now their characters need to be a little more developed, in other words, let’s see a little more about these guys as individuals. You can of course still keep them as a unit but you can also hear more from them.

I’m a firm believer that if a guy doesn’t get the opportunity to talk every week that there’s only a certain point he is going to get to. A guy has to be given the opportunity to talk one way or the other and that’s going to make or break a guy. I feel like those guys will be able to do that, but I think we need to hear more from them to get to the next level.

I do see those parallels and I think you’ll agree that the Nexus shot up fast and got to that certain level and then it just kind of petered out. I would hate to see that happen to these three guys and that’s why I say it needs to go to that next level and I feel like in order to do that they’ll need to have a little bit of a different kind of exposure other than just those hit-and-run type things.

I think that gets to a point where it angers the fans first at the members of The Shield but the longer it goes on without these guys developing some more character it angers the fans at the WWE and they ask ‘Hey, why do you keep letting this go on like this? Something more needs to be done.’

They’re all interesting characters. Ambrose reminds me of the Joker from Batman. The Heath Ledger one. It’s almost like I can just see that he’s got that kind of personality that people associated with that villain and he could go places with it. That’s why I think they need to change them up a little bit.

You can read the full interview: Here!