Dean Ambrose WWE World Heavyweight Championship Replica Title Side Plate Box Set £88.00
Customize your WWE World Heavyweight Championship Replica Title Belt with these Official WWE Superstar Side Plates!
Molded from the actual side plates seen on the championship title held by your favorite Superstars, these plates are constructed from a high-quality zinc alloy. These plates come in a custom box featuring the Superstar logo on front and a metal buckle.
Only fits WWE World Heavyweight Championship Replica Title Belt (2014)
4.25” x 3.16”
Made of Zinc Alloy
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Following the conclusion of SmackDown Live last week that saw Bray Wyatt and Erick Rowan putting a major beat down on SummerSlam opponents Dean Ambrose and Dolph Ziggler, The New Face of Fear and his faithful follower kicked off SmackDown Live by proclaiming that the war was not over. Good thing, because Ambrose was ready to fight.
It did not take long for both Ambrose and his SummerSlam No. 1 contender Dolph Ziggler to interrupt and charge the dark and twisted Superstars. Just as it appeared that the temporary allies might eliminate their dark adversaries, The Showoff (accidentally?) struck the WWE World Champion with a superkick, paving the way for Wyatt to hit him with Sister Abigail, further complicating the ever-evolving conflict between the SummerSlam opponents.
“Good friends, better enemies?” How about, “Great partners, but still want to smack each other in the face.”
WWE World Champion Dean Ambrose and Dolph Ziggler teamed up in SmackDown Live’s main event to gain a measure of retribution on Bray Wyatt and Erick Rowan’s savage attack last week while they simultaneously attempted to block out the superkick that Ziggler accidentally (we think) landed on Ambrose earlier in the evening.
The results? Success … well, mostly.
Ziggler and Ambrose triumphed over The New Face of Fear and his faithful follower after Ziggler pinned Rowan. However, the feels between the two did not last for long as Ambrose struck Ziggler with Dirty Deeds as a measure of payback for the superkick.
Dean featured on the Stone Cold Podcast tonight in perhaps his most personal and honest interview since coming to WWE. Letting us into a little of the man behind the ‘Lunatic fringe’and detailing his childhood growing up in Cincinnati with his sister, to his proudest accomplishment so far – being able to pay off his Mom’s house so that she could quit her job. Something no doubt every child would aspire to do for their parents. He also spoke about high school football and wrestling, as well as misbehavior that led to him discovering his gateway in to the world of wrestling; Heartland Wrestling Association and trainer Cody Hawk.
He talks The Shield, the expectations on him and his struggle to get to where he is now, as well as Vince McMahon, how he approaches a promos, his days on the indies – and he even cuts a Jon Moxley style promo on Stone Cold himself. You have to check it out, and you can watch in full at the links below. Highlight with his thoughts on Vince McMahon above! Enjoy!
Week 2 of Smackdown Live and Dean’s fitting right in to his role as the Kingpin of the blue brand. Starting out the show by heading to the ring and reminding everybody just how hard he’s fought to get where he is, and that he won’t be giving it up any time soon. Which leads us to his latest challenger, Dolph Ziggler. Dean calls him out and while Dolph tries to make nice and say that he thinks they’re a lot alike. Dean begs to differ, he thinks they couldn’t be more different. Dolph Ziggler cares too much what people think, cares about his image and peoples perceptions of him. Dean only cares about winning, and doing whatever it takes to get that win. He tells Dolph his main problem is he’s just not as good as he thinks he is. Planting the seeds of personal doubt in Zigglers brain? Or firing him up for the real fight we all know Dean will want at Summerslam. He’s not relinquishing that title, but he doesn’t want any easy targets, either.
The arrival of Bray Wyatt once Dean’s left throws a wrench in to things. Wyatt challenging Ziggler for his #1 contendership, a match that happens later on in the night. Dean stops by to talk with Renee Young and he isn’t surprised Wyatts stuck his nose in, however he is surprised Zigglers actually giving him a shot at taking his contendership. Who does that? Maybe Dolph really is self destructive. The match rolls around and despite Wyatts best effort, Ziggler pulls out the win. Newly fired up off the back of Dean’s words.. we see a different, more vicious side to Dolph. This is a Ziggler Dean likes.. and one he’ll happily defeat at Summerslam.
As the two showdown over the title, Wyatt once again makes his presence felt. Rowan attacking Ziggler. Dean attempts to make the save but Bray and Rowan take him out. Leaving Wyatt standing tall over both Dolph and Dean. What does he want? I guess we’ll find out soon enough. Here’s what WWE.com had to say.
Mutual respect does not equal friendship. Example: WWE World Champion Dean Ambrose and his new No. 1 contender Dolph Ziggler. The Lunatic Fringe kicked off SmackDown Live, wasting no time in calling out The Showoff in order to try and get the mental edge leading to their pay-per-view showdown. The two engaged in a war of words with Ambrose targeting everything from Ziggler’s appearance to his infatuation with ”stealing the show.”
Refusing to back down, Ziggler fired right back at Ambrose with a passionate plaea promising to beat him at SummerSlam, one that Ambrose simply debunked and then walked away. As, Ambrose made his exit, Ziggler was left to question whether he was as good as he thought he was alone … until the lights flickered ominously and then suddenly the No. 1 contender was met with a Sister Abigail from Bray Wyatt. With The Showoff at his feet, Wyatt got on the microphone and claimed that Ziggler was not deserving of the title opportunity at SummerSlam, challenging an out cold Ziggler to a match tonight where if Ziggler lost he would relinquish his No. 1 contendership to The New Face of Fear.
Dolph Ziggler Def. Bray Wyatt: Accepting Bray Wyatt’s challenge from earlier in the show, Dolph Ziggler put his SummerSlam No. 1 contendership up for grabs in the SmackDown Live main event. The Showoff and The New Face of Fear went at it full tilt from start to finish in a knockdown, drag out brawl, until, in the final moments, Ziggler exposed the steel underneath the top turnbuckle, which he eventually smashed Wyatt’s head over, allowing him to connect with a superkick and pick up the hard-fought victory to secure his chance at glory.
After the match, Dolph’s celebration was short lived as Erick Rowan attacked the No. 1 contender out of nowhere. The Lunatic Fringe, watching from the commentary desk, refused to stand for the ambush and attempted to help his now confirmed SummerSlam opponent. However, the darkness of Wyatt and Rowan proved too much to handle, as they threw Ambrose out of the ring and Wyatt struck Ziggler with Sister Abagail. When the smoked cleared, the horrific contingent stood triumphant over a prone Ziggler and Ambrose.
Is the New Era officially in full swing? Why “YES!” it is. SmackDown Live Commissioner Shane McMahon and his General Manager, Daniel Bryan, kicked off the first post-WWE Draft episode of the blue brand by addressing the entire roster in the ring.
Shane-O-Mac and Bryan announced a Six-Pack Challenge WWE World Title No. 1 Contender’s Match between John Cena, Bray Wyatt, Dolph Ziggler, Baron Corbin, AJ Styles and the winner of a Battle Royal. The victor of the Six-Pack Challenge would then be first in line for a chance at Dean Ambrose’s WWE World Championship at SummerSlam.
Oh, and one last plot twist? The Battle Royal would begin immediately.
The New Era has proven to be full of twists, turns, zags and, now … Ziggler.
Action was at a premium as six Superstars vied with valor in a one-fall to a finish Six-Pack Challenge, where the winner would take on Dean Ambrose for the WWE World Championship at SummerSlam. Prophesizing during the WWE Draft last week that a change of scenery to the blue brand is exactly what he needed to reignite his career, Ziggler’s passion burned bright on SmackDown Live as he outlasted John Cena, Baron Corbin, Bray Wyatt, Battle Royal Winner Apollo Crews and pinned AJ Styles to advance to the championship match at SummerSlam.
After the match, Ambrose made his way to the ring and he and Ziggler stared each other down, giving the WWE Universe just a slight taste of what is to come at SummerSlam. As Daniel Bryan and Shane McMahon came out to congratulate both Ziggler and Ambrose, the exclamation point on the start of SmackDown Live’s New Era had been made and Ziggler’s statement could not be clearer — The Showoff is now not just here to show the world … he’s here to literally take it.
With the dawn of SmackDown Live’s New Era comes fresh beginnings and big opportunities, and nowhere is that truer than in the case of Dolph Ziggler, who is set to challenge WWE World Champion Dean Ambrose at SummerSlam.
The Showoff qualified for the title match by winning a loaded No. 1 Contender’s Six-Pack Challenge on SmackDown Live July 26, overcoming an all-star field of John Cena, AJ Styles, Bray Wyatt, Baron Corbin and Apollo Crews. Before notching the massive win, Ziggler said he had “lost his way,” but vowed to not let opportunity slip through his hands again. On Sunday, Aug. 21, he will have his chance to back up his words.
A two-time World Champion in WWE — not to mention, the record-holder for most wins in the history of Kent State’s acclaimed wrestling program — Ziggler has emerged as one of the most resilient athletes in recent history.
Against WWE World Champion Ambrose, however, The Showoff faces a distinctly unorthodox brawler. Perpetual motion personified, Ambrose never backs down from a good fight, and the SummerSlam title bout against Ziggler is no different.
Will The Lunatic Fringe continue to reign supreme on SmackDown Live? Or will Ziggler’s revitalized outlook on life in WWE’s New Era prove to be unbeatable?
Watch Dean Ambrose defend the WWE World Title against Dolph Ziggler at SummerSlam, airing live on the award-winning WWE Network on Sunday, Aug. 21, at a special start time of 7 ET/4 PT.