After the match that fell apart on Friday Night Smackdown, Ambrose is thrown in to another bout against Randy Orton live on RAW. With plenty of aggression and anger to take out, I’m sure Dean had no complaints. He started out the match in total control, his fury making it impossible for Randy to get the upper hand and Dean thwarting him at every turn. However, the bandaged shoulder proved once again to be the wrench in the works and during the commercial break as action spilled to the outside, Randy was able to counter a move and send Dean slamming in to the steal steps. Ripping at his bandages and then sending him in to the opposite steps, Randy took control. Beginning to work over Deans hurting shoulder and doing everything in his power to soften him up. But Ambrose is a lot tougher than that! Making his comeback with his killer clothesline off of the ropes, he went on a tear. Taking the action back to the outside and turning it in to Chairpalooza, grabbing every chair he could find at ringside and hurling them all in to the ring. No doubt with very dangerous intentions. However Randy would thwart him again, forcing him to chase him around the ring before sending him crashing in to the ring post. Randy proceeded to toss Dean over the barricade and then hang him up on it, hitting that deadly DDT.
With Randy back in the ring, Dean struggled to make it back to his feet but managed to just before the 10 count. He made another fiery comeback but an eventual sudden RKO put Dean down for the 3 count. Once again, the damaged shoulder proving to be his Achilles heel.
Later on in the night as Seth Rollins took on John Cena, the inevitable happened as Kane and Orton rushed the ring and attacked Cena, leaving him down and out. Rollins went to cash in his Money in the Bank Briefcase but – as promised – Dean crashed the proceedings, hurling himself at Rollins and battling him away up the ramp while Roman Reigns took care of the rest of the mess in the ring. Give it up, Rollins, it’s never going to happen!
Seth Rollins starts out Smackdown with a bitter message for everyone involved on Monday Night RAW. Telling John Cena he was no more than 15 minutes in to his title reign before he was flat on his back and unconscious. That doesn’t bode too well for him and his title reign. Rollins promises he will soon cash in his Money in the Bank briefcase and become the new World Heavyweight Champion, that soon he’ll be the new face of the WWE. Yawn.
Dean’s had enough of Rollins’ posturing and comes out to confront him, calling him delusional and asking him if he really thinks he’s going to get his hands on those titles? Dean’s already warned him, no matter where, no matter when, no matter what plans are concocted. He’s going to be there every single time Seth tries to cash in his contract. He asks for a replay of RAW and then tells Seth to keep watching it because it’s a preview of the next year of his life. That briefcase is a curse and every excuse he needs to ruin his life. Rollins of course fires back, telling Dean he doesn’t have what it takes to keep it up for a year. Dean takaes this as a personal challenge, of course. Marching down to the ring and telling him of course he can! And he’ll start right now!
Ambrose attacks, quickly getting the best of Rollins only for Orton to appear out of nowhere. Randy Orton and Seth Rollins mauling Dean until Roman Reigns makes the save! With Orton and Rollins hightailing it up the ramp, Roman and Dean stand tall. Only for Triple H to come out and announce Dean will face Orton in the Main Event and if Roman interferes, he’s out of the Fatal Fourway for the World Heavyweight Championship.
The Main Event rolls around and despite his strapped up shoulder, a blatant target for dirty players, Dean is in as bad a mood as ever. Intent on ripping Randy’s pretty face off and getting some much needed payback. He starts the match out fierce and on the attack and swiftly has Randy on the run. But of course Seth Rollins lurking on commentary is a bit of a distraction. Dean controls the first few minutes and stomps Randy in to the mat, slowly picking him apart with punishing submission holds until Randy takes the inevitable route of attacking Dean’s shoulder. The Vipers relentless, tearing in to the injured arm at every opportunity he gets and knocking Dean to the outside. Dean refuses to quit however, hanging in there despite everything Orton throws at him. Ambroses never say die attitude brings him back in to the game, using headbutts and punches to take Orton down, Dean regains the advantage and throws caution to the wind, hurling himself through the ropes at Randy despite his hurting arm.
Dean throws Randy into the barricade and takes firm control of the momentum. With Randy down and out, Dean takes his chance. Hurling himself over the announce table at Rollins! Getting in a few good punches on his former brother and then getting back in to the ring for a near pinfall on Randy. Randy goes on to counter ‘Dirty Deeds’ and Dean’s in trouble again, but not for long, adrenaline racing he knocks Randy to the outside and then goes for another flying leap through the ropes. But Rollins retaliates, striking Dean’s shoulder with the briefcase as he comes through. Randys disqualified but that doesn’t mean much, Rollins and Orton dragging Dean back in to the ring and ripping off his bandages, they proceed to pick apart his shoulder. But with the match over, old friends can finally intervene. Roman Reigns once again making the save and taking down Randy and Rollins, he helps Dean back in to the ring and the pair stare down their former brother as he retreats with his bosom buddy Orton.
Oh Seth, you really do need every square inch of your backside kicked.
It’s been a while since we covered these but since Dean struck out on his own, I feel it’s time to start it up again. He’s been making waves since his split from The Shield and as he chases after Rollins and his little golden briefcase, he’s set to turn the whole WWE on it’s head. Here’s where he clocked in on the rankings this week!
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We’ve got some more exciting things coming up, so watch this space!
Ambrose is on a mission and if theres one thing I know about this man, it’s that if he has a goal in mind, he’s relentless. This is very, very bad news for Seth Rollins. Rollins scoops up another win against Rob Van Damn on RAW and is then interviewed by Renee Young in the ring, but before she can get much of a question out, Rollins immediately talks over her with a couple of backhanded insults and proceeds to tell the world we’re all bitter and upset that he holds a golden ticket for a shot at the World Heavyweight Championship. But before he gets too far in to that particular self congratulatory rant, he gets a taste of his own medicine as Dean chimes in on the Titantron, interrupting the ‘Puppet Boy’ and telling him, from one scumbag to another, this is far from over. What he holds in his hands isn’t a contract for gold but a case of TNT that’s going to blow up in his face. Every time he tries to cash it in, Ambrose will be there to stop him.
Let me tell you, he means business. In fact, it might be more fun this way.
Later on in the night as the Authority try to execute another dastardly plan and have Rollins cash in his briefcase on a knocked out John Cena, Ambrose makes good on his word. Tearing down to the ring and assaulting Rollins, he beats him clear out of the building.
Oh dear, that golden ticket is looking more like a curse, huh Seth?
BOSTON — When they first competed in a WWE ring 18 months ago, we all heard the rumblings: The Shield is the future. Roman Reigns was a five-tool player and nobody was quite like the unique Dean Ambrose, but what about Seth Rollins? For all his talents and knack for keeping Reigns and Ambrose from imploding, it seemed that Rollins was the overlooked member of the now defunct trio. But with a stunning betrayal and a career-defining victory tonight, Seth Rollins can no longer be overlooked; the man that once was The Architect of The Shield is now Mr. Money in the Bank. In an astonishing development, the complexion of the contest was drastically altered before it even began. As mentioned by Renee Young during the pay-per-view’s Kickoff, Bad News Barrett had suffered an injury on SmackDown and was unable to compete in Boston — bad news for Barrett, but a welcome surprise to the other competitors. With the bruising Intercontinental Champion no longer a threat, it opened the door for the other competitors to capitalize on his absence.
The bell hadn’t even rung when Dean Ambrose stormed the ring and immediately targeted his friend-cum-rival, Rollins. As the former partners began to viciously claw at each other, Kofi took control inside the ring. With a ladder lying on top of Jack Swagger, Kofi landed a Boom Drop and began to climb to victory. Ambrose recovered from his brawl and tipped over the ladder, but Kofi — a ladder match veteran — showed his experience and unparalleled athleticism by landing his feet squarely on the top rope and bounce off with a spectacular springboard crossbody onto the trio of Dolph Ziggler, Rob Van Dam and Jack Swagger at ringside. Kofi wasn’t the only man in this matchup with experience in Ladder Matches. Three of the six competitors had not only participated in Money in the Bank Matches in the past, but had won them. It had been eight years since Van Dam had won a Money in the Bank contract, but Mr. Pay-Per-View showed no signs of ring rust in Boston. Not missing a beat, RVD hit Rolling Thunder onto Rollins while the turncoat was lying on a ladder propped up between the turnbuckles in the corner. He followed that up with a Five Star Frog Splash to Swagger, another former Money in the Bank Ladder Match winner.
Moments later, high atop a ladder, The Real American attempted to superplex Van Dam to the canvas below, but the former WWE Champion sent Swagger toppling down. RVD was about to land another Five Star Frog Splash but was interrupted by Rollins. After Swagger slammed Van Dam to the mat, Rollins was all alone, but Ambrose scurried up and finally scored the long-teased superplex, and it was to his own personal rival Seth Rollins, to boot. And it was, in a word, breathtaking. For a moment, it seemed as though that was to be the only defining moment of the contest for The Lunatic Fringe. He nailed a DDT on Swagger and seemed to badly injure his own shoulder in doing so. Immediately evaluated by WWE physician Dr. Chris Amann, Ambrose was removed from the contest, instantly bringing an end to the opportunity he demanded.
Perhaps the most spectacular and devastating moment of the bone-crunching bout came when, with a ladder set up in the ring, Kofi had prepared a dangerous contraption of a second ladder bridging the first ladder and the top rope. A short while later, Kingston’s efforts paid off. He executed a back body drop onto Rollins, who landed on the horizontal ladder and then crashed again to the canvas below. It was a painful sight to even watch as Rollins momentarily sailed into the air after experiencing a shock to his entire system. This left the fan favorite, Ziggler, to completely clear house, first with Kofi, then Swagger, then Van Dam, topping it all off with a Zig Zag to Kofi, sending his skull cracking against a ladder. The Show Off had repeatedly stated that becoming Mr. Money in the Bank two years ago had completely changed his life, and had promised that lightning would strike twice. But it just wasn’t Dolph’s night. Rollins emerged with a steel chair, the same sinister object that he used to break up The Shield earlier this month, and sent it rattling across Ziggler’s spine.
Finally, Rollins had the briefcase within reach, but in a heroic effort, Ambrose came stumbling down from the locker room clutching his injured shoulder. Attempting to gain a measure of retribution for the intense chair attack that Rollins had unleashed on Raw, the fearless Ambrose grabbed the chair, and wailed away mercilessly on his former friend. With Rollins down, Ambrose had the match won, but The Authority just wasn’t having it. Fire blazing, out came Kane, clearly summoned by Triple H to ensure victory for his hand-picked Superstar. The demon destroyed Ambrose with a Chokeslam and Tombstone piledriver, allowing Rollins to recover and climb the ladder to victory as Triple H and Stephanie McMahon applauded from the stage
With a Money in the Bank contract in hand, Triple H’s pet project is nearly guaranteed to become a WWE World Heavyweight Champion whenever he chooses. Who can overlook that? After trading in blueprints for a briefcase, for Seth Rollins, the future is now.
Noted Ring Names: Dean Ambrose, Jon Moxley From: Cincinnati, Ohio Date of Birth: December 7, 1985 Working For: WWE Debut: Survivor Series 2012 WWE Titles Held: United States 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!
Show: RAW August 18th, 2014 Match: Dean Ambrose Vs Seth Rollins (No Contest) Summary: The WWE Universe did, indeed, decide Dean Ambrose’s fate. Even though their selection of a Falls Count Anywhere Match firmly put Seth Rollins in the unstable one’s home turf, the anything-goes atmosphere ultimately allowed The Authority to make their biggest play yet in removing Ambrose from Rollins’ path. The decisive maneuver came after a lengthy street-style brawl between the two former Shield members wherein Ambrose bounced Rollins off the stage and The Aerialist chopped away at Ambrose with a Kendo stick before powerbombing him onto a pile of chairs. Ambrose answered with a superplex through a table. Kane, who had been observing at ringside, came in to aid Rollins when things got the most dire, and channeled his inner demon for the occasion. Not only did he help Rollins Curb Stomp Ambrose atop the announce table, he also removed the timekeeper’s desk to expose a hidden pile of cinder blocks through which Rollins drove Ambrose’s skull with a second Curb Stomp that caused the ref to stop the match. Advantage: Authority. Full Review: Click Here! Digitals:Click Here! Screencaptures:Click Here!
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Sept 21st: Night Of Champions Sept 22nd: RAW: Memphis, TN Sept 23rd: Smackdown: Little Rock, AR Sept 29th: RAW: Chicago, IL Sept 30th: Smackdown: Milwaukee, WI Oct 4th: Live Event: Trenton, NJ Oct 5th: Live Event: Allentown, PA Oct 6th: RAW: Brooklyn, NY Oct 7th: Smackdown: Philadelphia, PA Oct 11th: Live Event: Macon, GA Oct 12th: Live Event: Savannah, GA Oct 13th: RAW: Atlanta, GA Oct 14th: Smackdown: Birmingham, AL Oct 19th: Live Event: Topeka, KS Oct 20th: RAW: Kansas City, MO Oct 26th: Hell In A Cell
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