TWISTED, DETERMINED & RELENTLESS
Noted Ring Names: Dean Ambrose, Jon Moxley
From: Cincinnati, Ohio
Date of Birth: December 7, 1985
WWE Debut: Survivor Series 2012
WWE Titles Held: United States Championship
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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Mar 18th: Syracuse, NY
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Smackdown opens with Dean standing side by side with Roman Reigns and The Usos, Roman ready to address the crowd and the happenings of Monday Night Raw. Namely, the formation of Sheamus’ League of Nations. Romans feeling hard done by when it comes to The Authority and wants yet another shot at the WWE Heavyweight Championship. He also wants a fight, something Dean is as always well and truly up for. The fouresome calling out Sheamus and his pals for a little chat. Sheamus arrives and mocks Romans attempts at getting the Championship, then tells them they’re scheduled for a match later on tonight. 4 on 4 sounds fair, right? Well it would be if The New Day didn’t interrupt and have something to say. In order for Roman to get The Usos and Dean as partners in the Main Event, they must first overcome New Day in a 6 Man Tag! Did someone re-hire Teddy Long? It’s Tag-Team-Palooza.
Dean and The Usos match rolls around as usual The New Day are up to no good, using shifty shenanigans to try and get the best of The Usos. Dean explodes in to the ring and takes out everybody in his path, hurling Xavier in to the ring barrier and then taking out Big E with a brutal lariat. It seems like he has things in hand, until he gets hung up on the top rope. Ouch, not a good position for a guy. Kofi Kingston takes him down and the tide turns. Coming back from commercial, Deans being stomped on by the New Day in the corner, and endures another beating only he can. He refuses to stay down though, and scratches and claws his way to a tag to one of the Usos. Taking a moment to breathe, Dean rejoins the action with a missile dropkick off the top turnbuckle, then hurls himself in a suicide dive in to the arms of Big E, who catches him only for Jey Uso to take them both out with a death defying leap over the ropes.
This leaves Jimmy in the ring alone, and The New Day pick on his injury from Monday and unfortunately, it costs Dean and co the win. That means Romans going it alone in the main event.
Backstage, Dean and The Usos meet up with Roman to discuss tactics, until Renee Young arrives to tell them that Dean and The Usos are banned from ringside. It really is ‘1 Vs All’ for Roman tonight. Something that apparently isn’t too much of a problem, as somehow Roman battles his way through all four opponents. The League of Nations eventually jump in for the beatdown, but Dean and The Usos arrive for the save, sending the League retreating up the ramp.
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A complicated night on RAW as Roman Reigns starts things out by trying to get a little revenge on Sheamus, only to land himself in hot water with The Authority. Roman steals the title and takes it backstage to a waiting Dean and The Usos, however, Triple H and Stephanie tell him his match for the belt will take place tonight – and he has to win in under 5 minutes and 15 seconds. A rough task for anybody. A task made all the harder when Triple H calls Dean in to his office and congratulates him on his Intercontinental Championship contendership victory, but this shot now hangs in the balance. If Roman doesn’t defeat Sheamus in under the allotted time, he doesn’t just lose his shot at the title – he loses Dean’s shot at the IC title too. Thats a lot of pressure to put on a friend! Dean is not pleased.
The Authority go on to put The Usos shot at the Tag Titles on the line as well. Roman heads in to battle with the fate of himself and his best friend and family on the line. He doesn’t manage to win the title, but he does manage to defeat Sheamus in under the time limit, albeit via Disqualification. So Dean keeps his title shot.
In the wake of this, a new faction is born. Sheamus, Rusev, Wade Barrett and Alberto Del Rio – Calling themselves The League Of Nations and intending on being the new power around WWE. They’re thrown in to an 8 Man Tag against Dean, Roman and The Usos for the Main Event. But once again, the deck gets stacked against Dean and co as The New Day Add themselves to the mix, making the match 7 on 4. The numbers really not in Team Ambrose’ favor. During the match, Jimmy Uso is taken out with a knee injury, taking the numbers down to 7 on 3. Things are bleak as Jey Uso suffers a brutal beatdown, and Roman goes on to receive the same. Dean’s eventually tagged in and is a whirlwind, sending bodies flying everywhere, including his own, with a daredevil leap from the top turnbuckle to the outside, taking out Sheamus and his crones. A second suicide dive seems to have things in hand for Dean, he very nearly scores a pinfall but its broken up by Rusev. Things break down, and in the turmoil Dean eats a Brogue Kick. It’s lights out for the three count, and a disappointing loss for Dean and Roman. But with odds like that against you, you can’t be ashamed.
Live to fight another day, right?
Intercontinental Champion Kevin Owens vs. Dean Ambrose
Kevin Owens insists the historical significance of the Intercontinental Title begins and ends with his current championship reign. Dean Ambrose will look to make Owens’ reign just that — history — when he challenges him for the title at WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs.
The Lunatic Fringe earned the opportunity at WWE TLC by defeating Tyler Breeze and four-time Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler in an action-packed No. 1 Contender’s Triple Threat Match on the Thanksgiving edition of SmackDown. Just days before that, Ambrose topped Owens, too, defeating the self-proclaimed prizefighter in the semifinal round of the WWE World Heavyweight Title Tournament at Survivor Series.
Will the result be the same at WWE TLC, when Owens’ title is at stake? KO has previously suggested that while Ambrose’s crazed persona is nothing more than a facade, his own body of work is replete with authentic and unhinged acts of lunacy. Yet, Ambrose — an unpredictable, unrelenting tornado of punches and kicks inside the ring — has proven he will not shy away from extreme measures when he deems them necessary.
Both Superstars are likely to be bruised and battered following their showdown at WWE TLC, but which one will leave Boston’s TD Garden with the Intercontinental Title? The answer will reveal itself at WWE’s demolition derby, WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs, on Sunday, Dec. 13, only on WWE Network.
Dean stopped by for a quick talk with Renee Young, obviously still smarting a little from his loss at Survivor Series, but more than willing to move on and set his sights on new goals. The new goal? The Intercontinental Championship, and you’d be a fool to bet against him. He heads in to a Triple Threat match against Dolph Ziggler and Tyler Breeze to determine the new #1 Contender, with Owens at ringside on commentary. Dean picks up the victory in a hard fought battle, heres the WWE.com summary!
WWE united two rivalries for one match on this weeks RAW, teaming up Dean Ambrose with Dolph Ziggler to take on Deans current arch rival, Kevin Owens and his tag partner Tyler Breeze, who’s been locked in a feud with Ziggler since his debut. Kevin Owens spent the match avoiding Ambrose, tagging out as soon as he tagged in and refusing to get anywhere near him. Instead, Ambrose took his frustrations out on Breeze who didn’t seem to know how to handle the lunatic. A risky suicide dive to the outside sees Dean take Breeze down, a quick neck adjustment later and Dean has Breeze back in the ring and once again, Owens avoids getting involved. Dean hits Breeze with Dirty Deeds while Owens and Ziggler brawl on the outside, Kevin doing nothing to stop the pin, keeping his distance.
Victory for team Ambrose and Ziggler. While Owens gathers up his Intercontinental Championship and takes a wide birth around Dean, who as always, has his eye on the golden strap.