Roadblock is just days away and Ambrose feels like turning the WWE Universe upside down, ruining all The Authoritys fancy Wrestlemania plans and generally being a thorn in their sides. He fully intends on taking the WWE Heavyweight Championship from Triple H on Saturday and once he has it, he’s going to cause mayhem as the new face of the company. We’re talking appearances on Oprah (pst, Dean, it’s cancelled!) and grand openings and ribbon cuttings. But nothing that involves fancy suits or lapel pins because that’s just taking things too far. Mostly, he just wants to cram the fact that he’s the champion down all the Boss mens throats. And we don’t doubt that he can. Triple H however, has a few things to say about it, although he wont come down to the ring to face Dean man to man. Instead he sends Bray Wyatt to do his dirty work.
The Main Event match almost inevitably turns in to a savage attack by the entire Wyatt family, leaving Dean prone after Sister Abigail. Triple H finally comes down to the ring to say what he has to say to Dean, albeit with his fists. But as the COO gets ready to maul Dean once again, Dean strikes first! Nailing Triple H with Dirty Deeds and swiping his championship! And it sure does look perfect on Dean’s shoulder. Here’s what WWE.com had to say!
“Roadblock” isn’t the right word. When it comes to The Road to WrestleMania, Dean Ambrose is looking to blow the whole thing to hell. There’s no denying The Lunatic Fringe’s potential rise to WWE World Heavyweight Champion on Saturday would mean a bit of a scramble when it comes to marketing, but Ambrose’s aim in dethroning The King of Kings at WWE Roadblock is simpler: He wants to force The King of Kings to respect him.The Game, of course, does not respond well to those who refuse to bend the knee, so he took to the ramp in an attempt to put Ambrose in his place. The Lunatic Fringe didn’t budge, so Triple H changed course, “delegating” that the rebellious Ambrose would battle Bray Wyatt later on Raw. So sayeth The King.
If you’re looking for an opponent to deliver a statement beating to Dean Ambrose, you could do worse than Bray Wyatt. The Eater of Worlds is hungry for a signature win and, with Brock Lesnar lying in wait at Roadblock, a win over The Lunatic Fringe would both put Wyatt in position to upset The Conqueror and put Ambrose into a hole before his own bout against Lesnar at WrestleMania.Of course, that was the plan. The reality proved messier. Not only did Ambrose go blow-for-blow with The New Face of Fear, but Wyatt also had to bring his Family out to stop The Lunatic Fringe, leading to a disqualification loss and a beatdown of Ambrose that Triple H was quick to capitalize on. Despite a long, pointed staredown between Wyatt and The Game (hmmm), The Eater of Worlds took his leave and allowed Triple H to set up another table attack. By then, though, Ambrose had recovered long enough to hit Dirty Deeds on Triple H and seize the title for his own. Call it a bulldozing before the Roadblock. And there may well be more to come.
Due to Dean being rescheduled from the New Jersey house show to the Roadblock Main Event in Toronto, Adventureland Store have been forced to reschedule him. There’s no confirmed date yet but we’ll have it as soon as they do. If you have tickets for the meet and greet you can either hold on to them and they will be good for the date he’s rescheduled to. OR you can use them to meet AJ Styles at the store on March 12th instead. You’ll have to re-purchase tickets to meet Dean when his new dates announced if you do this.
Here’s the official notice from the store.
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Due to this exciting opportunity We are rescheduling our WWE SUPERSTAR DEAN AMBROSE event.
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Deans a man with a plan, a 5 second plan. Ie: He hasn’t got the faintest idea what he’s going to do from one minute to the next, and that leads to throwing some pretty big wrenches in to other peoples business. He’s earned himself a shot at the WWE Championship out of sheer defiance and if he wins, which we hope he does, then the Authority is going to have to re-do an awful lot of Wrestlemania posters. Boo hoo. We’re rooting for Dean 100% and hope he takes that title and marches it all the way to Wrestlemania and beyond – no matter who he ends up fighting.
Kevin Owens however, isn’t impressed by Deans behavior or his opening of Smackdown, seems he’s feeling a little attention starved, coming out to mock Dean who’s still nursing his various bruises after the beatdowns from Brock and Triple H. It backfires on Kevin though, as Dean points out he can see the sneak attack coming a mile off on the giant screen at the top of the ramp. Dean chases Kevin away, but a main event match is set for later on. Dean wears a bandaged target around his ribs and Kevin attacks them accordingly, but no matter what Owens tries, Dean keeps coming, until finally an out of nowhere flurry sees Dean hit Dirty Deeds and get the win. Much needed momentum going in to Roadblock. Best get those new poster designs underway.
Three days after one of Dean Ambrose’s often self-destructive “five-second plans” earned him both a beatdown and a WWE World Heavyweight Title Match against Triple H at WWE Roadblock — March 12, exclusively on WWE Network — a battered and bruised Lunatic Fringe kicked off SmackDown.Speculating on the numerous ways in which a potential title win over The Game could change the WrestleMania landscape — not only for him, but also for Roman Reigns, Brock Lesnar and The King of Kings — the unpredictable Superstar was soon interrupted by Intercontinental Champion Kevin Owens.Displaying a strong mixture of mockery and contempt for his war-torn adversary, The Prizefighter attempted to take advantage of Ambrose’s “broken” state with a sneak attack. But Ambrose caught a glimpse of his advancing attacker in the TitanTron and instead countered with a steel chair assault. He then challenged KO to a SmackDown showdown, which was made official for later that night.
Clearly still in pain after suffering respective onslaughts from Brock Lesnar and WWE World Heavyweight Champion Triple H in recent weeks on Raw, Dean Ambrose engaged in another knockdown, drag-out SmackDown main event against Intercontinental Champion Kevin Owens.Throughout the brutal showdown, no matter what KO threw at him, the war-torn Lunatic Fringe would not give in. In the final moments, however, Owens looked ready to finally put his tough-as-nails opponent down for good when he delivered a devastating kick to Ambrose’s jaw. But the highly resilient Ambrose lifted his knees to counter The Prizefighter’s Senton and then hit Dirty Deeds for the huge three-count!Will Ambrose be able to continue to show his incredible intestinal fortitude when he goes head-to-head with The Game at WWE Roadblock?
Being battered and bruised coming into RAW didn’t stop Dean from throwing down the gauntlet to Triple H on Monday night. It resulted in Dean suffering another beatdown, but he was also granted his wish for a WWE World Heavyweight Championship match which we know now will take place at WWE Roadblock. With the road to WrestleMania looking to still have some twists and turns ahead, what awaits Dean this week on SmackDown? Read on to find out!
The Road to WrestleMania has, quite literally, hit a roadblock. On March 12, a special event will take place on WWE Network that could completely alter the landscape of The Show of Shows. That is because at WWE Roadblock, WWE World Heavyweight Champion Triple H will put his title on the line against The Lunatic Fringe, LIVE at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.
Roman Reigns captured his WrestleMania World Title opportunity at WWE Fastlane, but the following night on Raw, Triple H systematically dismantled his No. 1 contender and sent him into surgery. While he recouped from the assault, his brother-in-arms Ambrose decided to keep the 14-time World Champion busy — a challenge that The Cerebral Assassin accepted in painful fashion.
The Roadblock title match is already raising many questions. Will The Game even hold the esteemed gold when Reigns finally comes calling on April 3? After all, though Triple H is The Authority, authority is something Ambrose simply does not recognize. For The King of Kings, is conquering the completely unpredictable adversary easier said than done?
Moreover, if Ambrose does manage to defeat The Game, isn’t Triple H entitled to a rematch of his own? Plus, what will come of The Lunatic Fringe’s already established showdown against Brock Lesnar at The Showcase of the Immortals?
Find out what will happen at WWE Roadblock, live on WWE Network Saturday, March 12 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.
With Brock Lesnar a no show on this weeks RAW, Dean has to find himself other trouble to get in to, and he doesn’t have to look very hard. In fact he brings the trouble right to the table of Triple H. As the COO addresses the WWE Universe in the ring, Dean interrupts him and tells him that Roman is coming for him, but first, he’d like to challenge him for the WWE Championship. Dean throws the gauntlet down at Triple H’s feet and says he’s scared to face him. Something Triple H doesn’t take to too kindly. He puts Dean in a main event against Albert Del Rio with the League of Nations by his side, and says he’ll think about the challenge. When main event time rolls around, Dean’s still feeling the effects of last weeks beatdown by Brock. He’s nowhere near 100% and Del Rio attempts to pick him apart. As ever, Dean endures and refuses to go down, until Triple H interjects. Setting the League on Dean, he’s beaten down by all four men before Triple H tells him he’ll never beat them. Dean answers that by punching Triple H square in the eye, launching a frenzied attack in his battered state, only for Triple H to nail him with a Pedigree and silence Dean’s tirade. Triple H grants Dean the match, for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, before Wrestlemania.
Dean has two words for Triple H. “Hunter… Thanks.”
Furious at Dean’s neverending defiance, Triple H storms back to the ring and grabs Dean for a further beatdown, one that he takes. And we know it wont be the end of Dean Ambrose. Quit isn’t a word in his vocabulary. Here’s WWE.com’s review.
Is there no one Dean Ambrose won’t fight? One week after taking the beating from hell (and securing a No Holds Barred Street Fight against Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania in the process), The Lunatic Fringe somehow managed to piece himself together and step to Triple H, laying down a challenge for The King of Kings’ WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Surprisingly, The Game didn’t turn him down then and there, though unsurprisingly, he repaid the insubordination by placing Ambrose into a one-on-one match with Alberto Del Rio — all but guaranteed to become a massacre with The League of Nations at ringside — while he contemplated his answer.
Dean Ambrose got what he want, and he will pay dearly for it: First, The Lunatic Fringe’s self-proclaimed indestructability was put to the test by Alberto Del Rio, and later Triple H, in a match that was really little more than a beatdown in waiting. True to form, Ambrose refused to stay down, and he built up enough of a head of steam that Triple H had to arrive and call The League of Nations into action before joining in on the assault himself.
The end result of this beating wasn’t a shattered nose like what happened to Roman Reigns, but something potentially worse: The Game accepted Ambrose’s challenge. And after Ambrose’s nonchalant response of “thanks,” The King of Kings went to work again, beating him to a pulp atop the commentary table. Clearly, the beatings will continue until morality ceases to exist.
Following the collapse of civilization, the despotic Authority forces enslaved survivors of the apocalypse into life or death gladiator bouts for mere entertainment. Hearing rumors of a preserved land from the old world, free of tyranny, Imperator Lass (Becky Lynch) and a band of survivors set out on the treacherous Lunatic Road — a desert, wasteland highway populated by monsters and madmen. During the escape, Lass forges an alliance with a recent gladiator, Mean Dean (Dean Ambrose). The maniac knows all too well the savage terrain of Lunatic Road, but he’s the group’s best and craziest chance of survival as The Authority chases them through no-man’s-land.
A huge congratulations from all of us here at Dean-Ambrose.net to Emily on Twitter who was drawn from hundreds of entries across Twitter, Tumblr and Facebook as the winner of the private pre signing meet and greet with Dean! We hope you have a wonderful time, Emily!
Thankyou to everybody that entered! We definitely hope to do more of these at future signings so as always keep a look out on the site and our social media pages. I wish we could give it to everybody!
Note: If you were wondering how we select winners, all entries are entered in to a randomizer (random.org) and whoever it draws as #1 is our winner. It’s all up to fate!