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
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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Video: Afterbuzz TV at Axxess
Published by: · Date: 2015/03/28 · Filed Under: Videos

Audio & Video: The Sam Roberts Show Interview
Published by: · Date: 2015/03/28 · Filed Under: Audio Interviews, Videos

Yet another interview from Dean’s media day at Wrestlemania Axxess. Dean talked to Sam Roberts on the Sam Roberts show and discussed his gear, wrestling in hardcore matches, the upcoming Wrestlemania ladder match and more.

Dean-Ambrose.Net Article: Ten Steps From Gold
Published by: · Date: 2015/03/28 · Filed Under: Articles

By Austin Skinner

It is that time of the year where wrestling fans young and old get together and make out their prediction lists for the biggest show of the year, Wrestlemania. It is a time-honored tradition among my group of friends and I’m sure you’ve even indulged on the festivities once or twice! So, without further ado, I have a prediction of my own, along with a few supporting points that I’d like to my fellow Ambrose fanatics to consider…

Usually, I hate to say I told you so, but, it is situations like these when I really enjoy saying I told you so. In my last article published on Dean-Ambrose.Net about two months ago, I predicted that “The Lunatic Fringe” Dean Ambrose would see championship gold this year. I even suggested a ladder match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship in the near future! Again, I told you so! But, I digress. Now, when WWE isn’t “borrowing” my match suggestions, they are gearing up for some really interesting match-ups between our favorite wrestling stars (just in time for Wresltemania, of course). This year is no different, as we will see perhaps the best collective of current WWE talents meet in a ladder match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship. Seven of them, to be exact and his odd-yet-lucky number should only work out to be an advantage for Dean. How, you ask? Simple, more bodies means more chaos and more chaos means more confidence for the unstable one, Dean Ambrose! Throw a handful of ten-foot ladders in the mix and it seems WWE has all but stacked the deck in Ambrose’s favor. After all, the man has met steel a time or two. These reasons and more lead me to make another, more concise prediction. That being, Dean Ambrose walks out of the Wrestlemania ladder match the new Intercontinental Champion.

One reason to consider my prediction is, in all fairness, it is just simply Dean Ambrose’s time to shine. As I wished in the beginning of the year, Ambrose has really buckled down and become his most focused to date on ascending the ladder to greater WWE success. He has undoubtedly become one of the most liked men under the WWE banner and valiant efforts have not gone unnoticed by the masses. Ambrose has been not only consistently proving his wrestling and entertainment talents, but his seriousness and intensity as well. His current upward momentum, with back-to-back wins against the likes of Luke Harper, Stardust, and Wade Barrett, has nearly erased his rut experienced at the end of last year thanks to Bray Wyatt as well as Seth Rollins. It is not only his loyal fans that can agree on the fact of Ambrose becoming a major (slightly crooked) jewel in the WWE crown.

It should be remembered that, at this point, Dean has been in the title hunt for quite a while now. This can be marked as another reason to go along with what I’ve laid out. Due to his lengthy hunt, it can also be argued that currently, he is the hungriest for the Intercontinental gold. Lest we forget the recent history between the champion Wade Barrett and our man Ambrose! Dean was first in line to receive a shot at Wade for the championship, much to the champ’s chagrin, of course. As a matter of fact, Dean was the first guy to grab the championship and walk around with it for a little while triggering the current hot potato game all seven men are playing with it now. Needless to say, Ambrose and Barrett definitely have quite a bit of unfinished business between one another, as five other men entered the fray smack-dab in the middle of their quarrel for the gold. This bad blood will surely play a part in the championship match at Wrestlemania… Perhaps, in the form of a few extra ladder shots!

One final reason to consider my recent prediction is that Dean Ambrose has perhaps the most to prove out of the seven men involved in the match on March twenty-ninth. He has yet to win against his biggest WWE adversaries to date and seems to be unable to secure the big one when necessary. This must be attributed to his wildcard nature, which often seems to take over and blur his focus in times that he must be razor sharp. Not to mention his former Shield buddies have seen great successes as of late, with Seth Rollins primed for a title shot at the time of his choosing and Roman Reigns meeting WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesner in the main event of this year’s Wrestlemania. These factors almost guarantee that Ambrose has the most riding on this match and in turn, will want to prove to himself and plenty of others that he has entered the next level of his WWE career.

All in all, anything could really happen that Sunday. However, much like two months ago, I still feel very strongly that that Sunday will belong to Dean Ambrose. He is hungry, focused, immensely supported and headed straight for the next level of his career. Facts and predictions aside, we all can agree that the only thing that separates “The Lunatic Fringe” from his destiny is the WWE Intercontinental Championship. And what great news this is, as in my estimation, he is just ten short steps away from that championship gold!

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IGN: Life after The Shield
Published by: · Date: 2015/03/28 · Filed Under: Articles

Dean continued his media rounds with a chat to IGN, where he discussed Lockdown, the ladder match and life after The Shield. Check it out!

Following the break up of the incredibly successful stable he was a part of, The Shield, Dean Ambrose has gone on to a very well received solo career in the WWE. This Sunday, he goes into WrestleMania to face six other competitors in a ladder match for the Intercontinental Championship.

I sat down with Ambrose to speak to him about his Mania match, his feelings on going solo in the past year and his starring role in the upcoming WWE movie, Lockdown.

IGN: I talked to you a year ago at this same time, going into WrestleMania, and obviously a lot has changed since then. When you guys split up The Shield, you didn’t know how things were going to go. How gratifying has it been to see how well received you’ve been as a singles competitor?
It feels very good. The cool thing about now is everything I have now or get now or any success I can scrape up on a daily basis, it’s all mine and I earned it. It belongs solely to me and I don’t have to share it with anybody. I don’t have to worry about anybody. It’s nice being on my own because I don’t have to worry about anybody else. I can try something, try whatever I want, do whatever I want, do my own thing. If something fails, it’s on me. If it does good, it’s on me. I get to reap 100% of the rewards of my work where as before, not as much so it’s nice. It’s nice being on my own. It’s very gratifying. It’ll be gratifying on Sunday to walk out of WrestleMania by myself, 100% on my own. I made it to this match and was able to make this match a very anticipated match on the show. Everybody wants to be in the main event of WrestleMania and everybody wants the top of the billing kind of thing but my spot on WrestleMania this year is the spot that I earned. Whether it’s the perfect spot… For me this is the best place to be but whether you want to call it the main event or not, I earned my spot on WrestleMania this year through my own hard work so I’ll be able to go out on Sunday and enjoy that. The last two years, WrestleMania was kind of like being part of a football team, walking out together, getting all pumped up like let’s go out there but this year I’ll be able to — this year will be the 16 year old kid who started this walking out on his own at WrestleMania for the first time so there’s something cool with that too.

IGN: You’ve got an interesting mix of guys in your match. Are you excited about seeing the energy of all of you and of course the fact of what kind of match it is?
All of my opponents in this match, it’s the greatest crew of guys you could ask for because it’s a lot of good egos and no bad egos. All six of those other guys are guys that I would love to share the ring with on any other night of the week. All guys that are hungry and have a little bit of competitiveness between us all because we all want to one up each other. Like if Dolph does a nice dropkick. I want to do something else to top that. That’s what really creates magic is when we all start pushing each other a little bit. All guys who want to win the Intercontinental championship but also want to be great Intercontinental champions. Everybody wants to have that WrestleMania moment I guess, so to speak. It’s the perfect crew of guys and it’s cool because it’s such an eclectic mix. We’ve got big dudes, nasty dudes, mean dudes, violent dudes, high-flying dudes. We’ve got a little bit of everything. There’s not anything missing in this match from personality wise to style wise. You could see anything happen on Sunday in this match.
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Video: Between The Ropes Axxess Interview
Published by: · Date: 2015/03/27 · Filed Under: Videos

Audio: ESPN Cheap Heat Podcast Interview
Published by: · Date: 2015/03/27 · Filed Under: Audio Interviews, Videos

Another interview, this time with ESPN’s Cheap Heat Podcast. Dean talks house shows, the Wrestlemania Ladder match, meeting wrestlers he grew up watching and more.

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Audio: Turnbuckle Weekly Interview
Published by: · Date: 2015/03/27 · Filed Under: Audio Interviews

Lots of interviews coming soon. The first, an interview with Turnbuckle Weekly. Dean discusses his spot at Wrestlemania 31, no sour grapes, how to prepare for a ladder match and much more!

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Video: Dean’s journey to WrestleMania 31
Published by: · Date: 2015/03/26 · Filed Under: Videos, WWE

Follow The Lunatic Fringe from an arena in Seattle, Washington to a desert in Las Vegas, Nevada as he prepares himself mentally and physically for the Intercontinental Championship Ladder Match at WrestleMania 31.

RAW Results | March 23rd, 2015
Published by: · Date: 2015/03/24 · Filed Under: Images, RAW Results, Videos,

One of the most unexpectedly compelling rivalries on the path to The Grandest Stage of Them All has been the seven-man scrum over the fate of the Intercontinental Championship. With Daniel Bryan and Dolph Ziggler seemingly splintering off into a mini-rivalry of their own, four of the remaining contenders teamed up on Raw while reigning champion Bad News Barrett took up R-Truth’s now customary post at the commentary table.

Considering all four of the competitors are harboring some degree of mental instability, the contest was far more demented than your typical tag-team bout. Stardust & Harper didn’t take long to get on the same deranged page against their rowdy opponents. The two fiends took turns using Ambrose as their be-jeaned punching bag until Truth tagged in to even the odds, taking advantage of a brief brawl to catch Stardust with the Lie Detector for the victory.

Granted, It’s not WrestleMania, but Dolph Ziggler’s gentleman’s challenge to Daniel Bryan from a few months ago came true all the same in a Raw showdown that pitted The Showoff against Bryan with a special guest referee — Dean Ambrose — as determined by the WWE Universe via an App vote. Despite the two Superstars’ mutual respect for each other, sportsmanship broke down in quick fashion and Ambrose had no intention of stopping a fight from breaking out at a wrestling match, cackling his head off as the two started slapping each other across the face.

As the match ramped up, Ziggler planted Bryan with a top-rope facebuster, but The Beard once again attempted to pin The Showoff with a backslide. Again, Ziggler kicked out of the maneuver and, as Bryan attempted to tenderize him with running dropkicks, pounced with a superkick and Zig Zag for the win. The glory was short-lived, however, as the rest of the playing field for the Ladder Match stormed the ring for a bench-clearing brawl that left no stone unturned and nobody standing.

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