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Noted Ring Names: Dean Ambrose, Jon Moxley From: Cincinnati, Ohio Date of Birth: December 7, 1985 Working For: WWE Debut: Survivor Series 2012 Mini Biography: Starting his career in 2004 under the name of Jon Moxley, Ambrose earned high praise from independent companies around the world such as CZW - he became a household name for the hardcore. Jon soon earned a developmental contract with the WWE. He then took on the name of Dean Ambrose and feuded extensively with William Regal and Seth Rollins on NXT. He went on to make his much anticipated main roster debut at Survivor Series 2012 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 February 3rd, 2014 Match: The Shield def. Langston, Kingston & Mysterio Summary: Ambrose and Langston started things out and Dean was temporarily grounded by the big man and hauled to the corner for a tag in to Kofi, Dean made his comeback and tagged out to Rollins, the two high fliers setting up a fast pace. After a few weeks of problems all three members seemed to be back on the same page and worked seamlessly to isolate Mysterio, however as per usual things began to break down and after Roman received a nasty cut to his face courtesy of Langston, Reigns was ready to take him down with his Spear when Ambrose tagged himself in! Dean quickly hit Langston with his Headlock Driver and picked up the win for the team - but Roman wasn't happy. Once again the cracks began to show as Ambrose and Reigns squared off in the middle of the ring, but peacemaker Rollins wasn't far behind. Getting in between the two and reminding them a wins a win. Full Review: Click Here! Digitals:Click Here! Screencaptures:Click Here!
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Dec , 26 2013 • by Jen
WWE.com has an article up on weather or not the United States and Intercontinental Championships should now be unified as well, with Ambrose and Langston both weighing in on the subject. What do you think?
We know, we know. You’ve barely gotten used to calling Randy Orton the WWE World Heavyweight Champion, and already WWE.com is stirring the pot with more merger talk. But we can’t help but wonder: Should the United States and Intercontinental Titles be unified? With WWE’s recent streamlining of the title picture — in addition to the new WWE World Heavyweight Title, both the Divas Title and the WWE Tag Team Championships became the sole representatives of their divisions in 2010 — the Intercontinental and United States Championships remain the only mirror titles in WWE.
Is it time for one championship to rule them all? We weighed the pros and cons, and spoke with both Intercontinental Champion Big E Langston and United States Champion Dean Ambrose to get their opinions.
WWE.COM: Let’s get right to it: Do you think the United States Title and the Intercontinental Title should be unified?
BIG E LANGSTON: I’d be open to it. If it strengthens the legitimacy of both titles, then I’m all for it.
DEAN AMBROSE: It’d be a good thing as long as they made one good looking championship for me to haul around, because I’d definitely be the one holding it.
WWE.COM: So you think a new title should be created to replace the two championships?
AMBROSE: Instead of me lugging around both titles, yeah.
LANGSTON: I wouldn’t say so. I think the Intercontinental Title has so much prestige that I would hate for it to go away. If anything, I think it could absorb the U.S. Title.
AMBROSE: The Intercontinental Title has always been referred to as the “workhorse title,” because it was defended more frequently and more feverishly. Right now, I look at the United States Championship that way. I’ve defended that thing on four continents and more countries than I can remember. I take a lot of pride in that.
LANGSTON: The Intercontinental Championship should always be around in WWE. It’s very historic, and I don’t think we should lose that history. Read more
It’s a busy busy Christmas eve and I’ve been stuck wrapping gifts and making food, so heres a quick WWE.com rundown of events! Happy Christmas!
If anyone can break The Shield, it’s two strongmen and The Best in the World. Yet, while the all-star trio of John Cena, CM Punk & Big E Langston didn’t hand The Hounds of Justice a Christmas loss per se — The Shield are still too tough to take out quite so easily — they left the men in black frostbit all the same. It was momentarily touch-and-go for Cena & Co. after strong start by the Cenation leader was undone by Roman Reigns, who initiated the numbers game against the 11-time WWE Champion. Punk similarly struggled with The Hounds’ strategy, and the X-factor turned out to ultimately be Big E.
Summoned by Punk when all seemed lost, Langston thundered through the ranks of The Shield and — with assistance from his teammates — struck United States Champion Dean Ambrose with the Big Ending, but The Hounds swarmed the three-count and stopped the bout via disqualifcation. The three villains set Langston up for a Triple Powerbomb that would send him to the South Pole, yet Cena and Punk were having none of it, dragging Reigns through the ropes and capitalizing on a Langston double-clothesline to Ambrose & Rollins with an Attitude Adjustment-Go to Sleep combo to end the holiday season on a high note.
And hey, Santa didn’t get run over this year. It truly is a Christmas miracle.
Early on on Smackdown as John Cena, Randy Orton and Daniel Bryan argue about who is the ‘Face’ of the WWE, The Shield decide to throw their caps in to the mix and interrupt, heading on down to the ring which Randy Orton slithers out of leaving Bryan and Cena alone to face the trio. But as Ambrose and co reach the barriers, it’s CM Punk to the rescue! Racing down to the ring and immediately getting in Dean’s face, threats yelled as Vickie Guerrero comes out and makes the Main Event Match. A 6 Man Tag featuring The Shield against Bryan, Cena and Punk. However, things wouldn’t work out that way as Daniel Bryan is assaulted backstage by The Wyatt family before the Main Event can roll around, something that highly amuses The Shield. Leaving Cena and Punk to face them in a handicap.
Obviously with the numbers game working in The Shields advantage, they end up controlling much of the match up, isolating Cena in their corner and going to town on him until an eventual mistake by Rollins sees Cena able to make the gutsy tag to Punk. Punk comes in guns blazing and the match breaks down in to mayhem with bodies flying everywhere until eventually the Referee has no choice but to DQ The Shield as they gang up 3 on Punk.
Cena attempts a valiant rescue but eats a Spear from Reigns, then a Triple Powerbomb from the group. An enraged Punk attacks them recklessly but is soon subdued by the trio, looking to be facing the same fate until Big E Langston runs down to the ring for the save! A momentary stare down between Reigns and Langston is thwarted as Punk returns with a steel chair and Rollins and Ambrose tug Reigns from the ring. Better to pick their battles. Wise as always.
Smart Mark Video have released another compilation ‘Best Of’ featuring Jon this time in independent promotion Insanity Pro Wrestling. His IPW matches were some of my favorites over the years so I assure you this is definitely worth the purchase, featuring 14 of his best matches with the company including bouts against Drake Younger, Colt Cabana and Jimmy Jacobs (Including his farewell ‘Showdown In Naptown’ match against Jimmy Jacobs which is a personal favorite of mine). What are you waiting for?
After the disaster that was TLC, there was much speculation that The Shield would not be on the same page for Monday Night RAW. Many expected the much talked about ‘cracks’ to be showing in full force, with blame being hurled left and right. But that wasn’t to be the case, instead The Shield walked in to battle against CM Punk and The Usos once again a united front. Well accidents happen, don’t they. Brothers forgive each other and they move on.
That being said, they were determined not to pick up another loss to Punk and went to war, dominating The Usos throughout the match and once again on the same page. A hot tag to Punk upped the ante and Ambrose once again found himself on the receiving end of Punks whirlwind offense, but this time Roman saved the day and broke up a pin attempt. The Usos attempted to take Roman out and the action spilled to the outside while Ambrose fought it out with Punk, a blind tag to Roman was Punk’s undoing as he hit Ambrose with the GTS but didn’t see the deadly spear coming. Roman picking up the win for the team. The Shield leaving once again united.. and a bit bruised and bloody.