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Noted Ring Names: Dean Ambrose, Jon Moxley
From: Cincinnati, Ohio
Date of Birth: December 7, 1985
Wrestling Debut: 2005
WWE Debut: Survivor Series 2012
WWE Titles Held: WWE World Heavyweight Championship, United States Championship, Intercontinental Championship (x2), WWE RAW Tag Team Championship (w/Seth Rollins)
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 tore an unstoppable path through the WWE for over a year before going their separate ways and into singles competition. Dean first went after Shield traitor Seth Rollins for revenge, and then on to win Intercontinental and WWE World Heavyweight Gold. Described as “Fearless, wild and always unpredictable” as well as a “world class competitor and infamous troublemaker” – Dean Ambrose is the star to watch!
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August 26th: ROCHESTER, NY
August 27th: RAW – TORONTO, ON
August 29th: LONDON, ENGLAND
August 31st: OSAKA, JAPAN
Sept 1st: SHANGHAI, CHINA
Sept 3rd: RAW – COLUMBUS, OH
Sept 7th: BIRMINGHAM, AL
Sept 8th: MOBILE, AL
Sept 9th: BILOXI, MS
Sept 10th: RAW – NEW ORLEANS, LA
Sept 14th: EDINBURG, TX
Sept 15th: CORPUS CHRISTI, TX
Sept 16th: Hell in a Cell – SAN ANTONIO, TX
Sept 17th: RAW – DALLAS, TX
Sept 21st: BUTTE-SILVER BOW CIVIC CENTER
Sept 22nd: BILLINGS
Sept 23rd: LOVELAND, CO
Sept 24th: RAW – DENVER, CO
Sept 30th: ABBOTSFORD
Oct 1st: RAW – SEATTLE, WA

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Sep 18 18
Published by Amanda, Filed in Images, RAW Results, Videos, WWE

It was back to singles action for Dean this week on RAW, taking on Drew McIntyre sadly it’s Dean’s first pinfall loss since his return from injury. Later both Dean and Seth help out Roman against the numbers of Corbin, Strowman, Ziggler & McIntyre after Roman was forced to defend his Universal title against the acting GM in the main event. So much payback to come against all that stand in the way of The Shield!

Here is what WWE.com had to say:

Raw Tag Team Champion Drew McIntyre def. Dean Ambrose

 

Dean Ambrose has made it a point to target Drew McIntyre during almost every multi-man scrap the two have been involved in since his return. On Raw, The Lunatic Fringe got his wish to throw down with McIntyre one-on-one and suffered the consequences, as the former WWE Champion was defeated by The Scottish Terminator in a match that took both Superstars to the limit one night after a marathon show-stealer for the Raw Tag Team Championship.

Between the lingering effects of the epic tag team match and their brawl atop Hell in a Cell, both Superstars were banged-up, and Ambrose took advantage with a focused attack on McIntyre’s left leg. The strategy was enough to even the playing field against the mighty Scot, and a Cloverleaf to the big man left him all but hobbled. But McIntyre broke the hold by reaching the ropes and switched his strategy, baiting Ambrose outside the ring and dodging a frantic flying axe handle off the turnbuckle. The move carried Dean full-speed into the barricade instead, and even though a woozy Ambrose barely managed to beat the 10-count back into the ring, he sprinted headfirst into a Claymore that earned McIntyre the win. Make no mistake, though: He had to earn this one.

Universal Champion Roman Reigns def. Acting General Manager Baron Corbin

As Acting General Manager, Baron Corbin has many powers. He could make himself a Universal Championship Match at a moment’s notice to pick on beat-up champion Roman Reigns. He could even, say, re-start that match as a No Disqualification if he ends up in too deep of a hole and decides to break out a chair to even the odds. What he couldn’t do, no matter how he stacked the deck, was close out.

Yes, Corbin missed out on the Universal Title despite a massive managerial advantage over The Big Dog that he didn’t hesitate to exploit, not to mention some help — Braun Strowman showed up to attack Reigns after the restart, instigating a brawl that ended up roping in Dolph Ziggler, Drew McIntyre and the rest of The Shield. But even with all conceivable odds stacked in his favor, Corbin fell to a quick-strike Spear when he attempted to make his move. Strowman, Ziggler & McIntyre opted not to make a move on The Shield, seemingly preferring to save their energy for WWE Super Show-Down. So while it’ll take more than shenanigans to topple Roman Reigns as champion, that doesn’t mean a big fight isn’t on the way all the same.

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Sep 17 18
Published by Kat, Filed in Pay Per View Results, WWE

WWE Raw Tag Team Title Match: Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre © vs. Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose

Rollins and Ambrose got in the early offense in the first part of this match, which led to Ziggler and McIntyre backtracking. McIntyre hit Rollins with a shoulder block that led to Ambrose getting the tag. Ambrose got in the face of McIntyre and Ziggler attacked him from behind. Ziggler is now legal and sent him chest first into the top rope. Rollins got the hot tag and hit a slingblade to Ziggler. Rollins missed a dive off the middle rope but connected with a head kick. Ziggler with a DDT to Rollins for 2. Ziggler and McIntyre work over Rollins with double team moves and cutting off the ring. Seth tried to fight back but Ziggler cut him off with a sleeper.

Seth with a back suplex but McIntyre knocked him down and covered him until Ambrose broke it up. Ambrose was able to get the tag but the referee didn’t see it and McIntyre and Ziggler beat down Seth in the corner. The crowd was invested into this basic tag team sociology. Ziggler put Seth on the top rope and hit the blockbuster. Ambrose was able t get the hot tag and cleaned house with strikes on McIntyre. Ambrose with a clothesline to McIntyre a few times and then a roll up for 2. Ambrose went for a DDT to Ziggler on the apron but McIntyre knocked him down. Ambrose sent McIntyre into the ring post and Ziggler into the barricade. McIntyre sent Ambrose into the corner by a suplex. Seth and Ziggler get the hot tags then Seth clotheslines him to the floor. Seth went for an outside dive but was caught. However, Ambrose would hit a dive to take out everyone. Back in the ring, Rollins hit a falcon arrow to Ziggler for 2.

Seth went for the stomp but Ziggler blocked it and went for the fameasser but Seth blocked and hit a buckle bomb for 2. McIntyre broke it up and Ambrose took him out. Ziggler rolled up Seth for 2 and Seth did the same. Ziggler with the Zig-Zag for 2 on Seth. This led to Rollins hitting a superkick to McIntyre for 2. Seth went to the top rope and hit a frog splash to McIntyre for 2. Ambrose and Seth put McIntyre on the top rope but Ziggler stopped them. Seth sent him to the floor and missed a dive. McIntyre took out Ambrose with a clothesline. McIntyre and Ziggler went for their double team finisher but Ambrose fought out and tagged in Seth. Ambrose sent McIntyre to the floor and Seth hit a superplex to Ziggler off the top rope. McIntyre took out Seth with a big boot and Ziggler covered him for the win.

Winner: Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre

WWE Universal Title Hell In A Cell Match: Roman Reigns © vs. Braun Strowman With Mick Foley As Special Guest Referee

Strowman took the title from Reigns during introductions and a brawl broke out. Strowman with a splash in the corner but Reigns landed some right hands. Strowman sent Reigns into the ring post and tackled him off the apron into the cage. Strowman sent him the cage then the ring post. Back in the ring, Reigns tried to land some strikes but Strowman no sold it until Reigns body checked him through the ropes. However, Strowman tackled him and sent him crashing into the cell. Reigns hit a drive by a few times to Strowman. Strowman chokeslammed him on the apron. Reigns hit Strowman several times with a kendo stick then a chair. Reigns tossed Strowman shoulder first into the ring post. Reigns went for a superman punch and landed it then hit it again. Strowman blocked the third one and hit a chokeslam for 2. Reigns with a big boot and a superman punch for 2. Reigns got a table from under the ring. Reigns ran around the ring and Strowman tossed steel steps into his face. Back in the ring, Strowman hit him again with the steps for 2.

Strowman smashed him in the gut with the steps then tossed them aside. Strowman with a powerslam for 2 as Strowman becomes more and more frustrated. Reigns with a few superman punches then speared him through the table set up in the corner for a near fall.

Ziggler and McIntyre ran down to the ring to try to get involved but Ambrose and Rollins stopped them by attacking the tag champs. A brawl breaks out between the four stars outside of the ring. Ziggler climbed up the cell and Rollins followed him. They brawl on top of the cell. McIntyre and Ambrose followed them up the cell. Ziggler and Rollins crawl down then fight on the side of the cage until both of them fall and crash through the announce tables. BROCK LESNAR with Paul Heyman walked down to the ring and Lesnar kicked the door off its hinges. Heyman sprayed Foley in the eyes with a liquid. Lesnar hit Reigns and Strowman in the back with a piece of the broken table. Lesnar with an F-5 to Strowman and Reigns.

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Winner: No contest.

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Sep 14 18
Published by Amanda, Filed in Articles, Interviews

Ahead of the live event in Edinburg, Texas at the Bert Ogden Arena, The Monitor interviewed Dean about his injury and the health scare that came along with it, being back in the ring and his new look. Below is the full interview you can also view it at TheMonitor.Com 

Before WWE Superstar Dean Ambrose went into surgery to repair a torn triceps tendon, he was told to expect a three- or four-month recovery period. Once his doctors saw the extent of the damage, they upped the timetable to six. And about six weeks after that, Ambrose said a routine checkup quickly escalated into a second surgery to combat an infection. All in all, Ambrose describes the eight months he was off television as “one nightmare after another.”

Ambrose made his return to WWE Raw last month, and today he will be part of a WWE Live event at Bert Ogden Arena in Edinburg. Ambrose will team with Seth Rollins to take on Raw Tag Team Champions Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre — a preview of their championship match scheduled for Sunday’s Hell in a Cell pay-per-view in San Antonio.

In advance of WWE’s first ever appearance in Edinburg, Ambrose caught up with The Monitor prior to the Sept. 3 episode of Raw from Columbus, Ohio. Ambrose detailed the excruciating pain he worked through before finally taking time off due to injury and the grueling recovery process that followed. He also discussed his diet and training routines, his new style in and out of the ring and his goals going forward — which certainly do not include regaining the title of WWE Ironman.

Q: How has it felt to be back on Raw the past couple of weeks?

AMBROSE: It’s good to get back out in front of people. I had a lot of frustration I needed to really get out that built up over the last eight months. It was a long, long period of time. Much longer than would have been anticipated.

It was just one nightmare after another. It was a pretty challenging period of time to go through. I ended up having two different surgeries. I had this MRSA, Staph infection. I nearly died. I was in the hospital for a week plugged up to this antibiotic drip thing, and I was on all these antibiotics for months that make you puke and crap your pants.

So it was a pretty rough time. My arm wasn’t healing correctly, and my triceps. It’s kind of an indeterminate period where I initially hurt it. I thought it was, we call it Dusty elbows. It’s a pretty typical wrestler thing. You just get this bursa sac of fluid on your elbow from banging it on the mat or whatever. I’ve had that dozens of times on both elbows. It usually just goes away. It was kind of disguised. By the time I finally went and got the first surgery, my triceps was already starting to atrophy and look weird. I wasn’t able to flex my triceps for a really long time. And then the first surgery didn’t really, something went wrong in the process. Probably due to that infection. It’s kind of hard to say when that really even got in my body. This is a long answer to your question. But for a minute there, it was getting scary. By the time I got that second surgery, it was March, I think. My arm was so shrunken and skeletal that it was weird. I hadn’t been able to move it or flex it in so long that I was starting to get scared I wasn’t ever going to get it back. To go from not being able to eat my Froot Loops, to being able to get back in the ring and throw people around and throw punches and do everything back to normal, it was a very gratifying feeling.

Q: How long after the first surgery did you realize you had the infection and would have to have another surgery?

AMBROSE: It looked good. Before I went in for the first one, they were like, ‘OK, yeah, this is going to be a three- or four-month thing. You’ll jump right back.’ Once I woke up, they were like, ‘Oh man, this is going to be six months minimum. Because we went in there, and that thing was messed up. You beat it to death. It’s going to be a lot harder than you initially thought. But still, not so bad.’ They said they found traces of an infection during the first surgery, but they cleaned it out. I don’t know if it was in there previously, or if it came after. It could’ve been with me for years. I don’t know. But it was about six weeks or so after that I was like, this is not healing correctly. I didn’t have anything to compare it to, because I had never been hurt before. So I ended up going back for just a checkup. I thought I was just going to turn right back around and get on a plane and go home, and they were like, ‘No, you have to go in again for surgery like right now.’ I was like, ‘Oh, no.’ I had just kind of got through all of the stitches and all of that stuff. It was a giant mess. I just kept having to start back from square one. I ended up just moving to Birmingham just to play it safe and be with the doctor and best rehab guys. As soon as I got out of the second one, I was flying home, grabbing my dog, turned right back around, got in the truck and drove to Birmingham. I just stayed there for two and a half or three months until they felt like I was pretty good. Once the MRSA really got out of my system, I was working out twice a day. Rehabbing twice a day on top of that in Birmingham. Doing everything possible to try to get my arm working again, and once I started to come back, I started to make a lot of progress over the summer. So I’m feeling good now.

Q: Was the second surgery entirely for the infection or did you still have structural damage to the triceps?

AMBROSE: The tendon was attached when I went in there the second time. But there was all this goo. The environment wasn’t letting it heal correctly, I guess. I’m not a doctor. I don’t know. But they just had to scoop out all this gooey stuff. I didn’t realize how bad it was. If I hadn’t gone in for that checkup, I could’ve gotten seriously sick. It could’ve been even more dangerous. But it all worked out.

Q: It sounds like you could tell something was wrong because you weren’t able to move it normally or work out at the level you wanted to.

AMBROSE: Yeah, I didn’t really have anything to compare it to. I was rehabbing it where I live in Vegas and was just doing what they were telling me to do. But I just kind of, in my mind, knew something wasn’t right. I was like, ‘I don’t know. Something is weird here.’

Q: You mentioned how hard you hit training after you got through it, and people are seeing the difference now that you’re back on TV. What was your routine like once you started feeling healthy again to get into the shape that you’re in now?

AMBROSE: Nothing fancy. Pretty basic. Just basic powerlifting. Bench, squat, dead lift. It’s a lot easier when you have the time to just recover and stuff. Being on the road 280 days per year, you’re working 30 minutes per night and traveling all around the world, recovery is a lot harder. But nothing fancy. Just super basic, heavy-ass weights.

Q: Does your diet change at all when you don’t have to travel?

AMBROSE: I can pretty much eat whatever I want. For me, it’s just, you have to eat a ton to make sure I keep on size. I especially eat tons late at night. Everybody tells you you’re not supposed to eat late at night. I’m the opposite. I’m stuffing food in my face 24/7. I eat generally a pretty clean diet anyway, just regular stuff. Steak. Stuff like that.

Q: How much of a challenge have you found it throughout your career to maintain being muscular and that level of fitness while on the road? Have you learned anything about how to manage that or changed your approach over time?

AMBROSE: I’m always doing different stuff. I go through different phases where I’ll get bored of one style of stuff and do other stuff. I’m a very physical person. That’s why it was tough to be stuck being inactive for so long. I don’t necessarily enjoy sitting on the couch watching TV. I’m all for that, sometimes. You need to relax. But generally, it doesn’t keep my attention very long. I like to be out doing stuff. Everything I do is some kind of physical exertion that’s relaxing to me. I’m always doing different stuff for fun. Whether that be mountain biking, running, running on mountains, training in wrestling and grappling. I’m just doing whatever I think is fun. I’m always doing all kinds of different stuff.

Q: When you were injured and away from TV, were you keeping up with the program weekly, or was that tough to watch?

AMBROSE: I entirely mentally checked out. I kind of had to. I had been in so much pain for so long when I left, that I was going through some stage-five-level burnout. I needed to just mentally check out of the whole thing. Seeing anything on TV probably would’ve just annoyed me anyway, since I’m out and can’t do anything. Even so, my brain, my level of patience for anything, just from being in pretty severe, my arm was hurting so bad, just this radiating pain 24/7. I wasn’t able to sleep at night for quite some time until they finally figured out what was wrong. That was a relief to finally have an answer. But I was just dragging my fist. Trying to find the fortitude to go to the ring every night was starting to get hard. So when I had the opportunity to step away, I just full-on stepped away and mentally checked out.

Q: How long were you struggling like that before you finally decided to step away and take some time off?

AMBROSE: It was maybe as much as two months before we finally found out what was wrong.

Q: When Seth Rollins had his injury, he said in his “WWE 24” documentary it was nice to be able to reconnect with friends and family for a time and take a breather. Did you experience anything similar or find any positives going through this experience?

AMBROSE: Yeah, there definitely was some time. Normally, people will be like, ‘Oh yeah, I’m going to come visit.’ And I’m like, ‘Well, I’m not going to be home like, ever.’ If I’m in a town that one of my friends is in, we’re in and out and we’re out on a plane the next morning or that night. So it’s a quick hello, maybe. But I was able to have some people over for a few days. I was able to, my sister bought a new house, and I never got to go out and see it, so I got to go out and see it. Stuff like that. There was definitely some time to hang out with normal humans doing civilian stuff. It’s weird to try to remember how to do that.

Q: You came back with a very different look, with a short haircut and changed facial hair. How did you settle on that look specifically or why did you want to change direction?

AMBROSE: Right after I got hurt, I cut my hair really, really short. Like, all the way. After it grew out a little bit, I liked it. So I was like, I’m just keeping this. I wanted to do that for a long time, actually. I said, ‘I’m just keeping it like this. I don’t care what anybody says.’

Q: In the ring, I think there’s been a difference in how you’ve wrestled your first couple of televised matches. How do you describe the changes to your in-ring style, and what led to that?

AMBROSE: I was able to go back to Ohio, where I started, a few times over the summer, and get in with my guys that I’ve trained with and I started with. I brought in some guys specially to work with, guys who like wrestling and know me. I’m really just at a mental point where I’m just like, ‘I just want to take guys down, beat them up, pin them and go home.’ Hard-nosed, straightforward, aggressive wrestling. Nothing fancy. Nothing confusing. Your brain gets so melted being in the circus that is WWE for so long, you know? Sometimes it’s nice to just get back to super basics.

Q: Before you went out, you were the Ironman of WWE and had wrestled the most matches for the past couple of years. Is that a title you’re interested in reclaiming, or has the injury changed your perspective on that?

AMBROSE: I heard that, and that was nice, but that’s a title that’s worth exactly zero dollars. So I’ll let somebody else have that. I’m ready to move on.

Q: Do you have any other goals now that you’re back in the ring?

AMBROSE: Yeah, I’m just going to have to let all that play out and so forth. My mindset is a lot different, probably, than a lot of the other WWE superstars as far as what I want and what makes me happy and the things that are rewarding to me. I have some stuff left on the table that I want to do. I’ll let it all kind of play out. Right now, I’m just enjoying being back in the ring, which is nice, to be back traveling again. Last night, we got in from Shanghai, China. Right after Raw last week — this is a Monday, obviously — we left for the UK and London. We did London, went to Osaka and did Japan, went from Japan to China and came back around and now we’re in Columbus, Ohio. I literally just went around the world. It was actually kind of fun. It’s a brutal tour, but it was nice for me to just jump back in. It was weird going from so much inactivity to now I’m right back in the grinder again. But it’s really addictive when you get the mindset that you have to keep moving all the time. Being in one spot is very hard for me to adjust to. Because I’m the type that once every day or two, you feel like, I have the gypsy mindset where I just want to pack up and leave. I can be a place for a day, and then it’s time to go. It’s nice to be back in the swing of things.

Q: It was interesting to hear you say you think you value things other guys don’t, or that you have different priorities. What are some of those things that you think resonate with you more than other wrestlers?

AMBROSE: At this point, money or any kind of quantifiable statistics, titles or whatever, or any kind of validation from anybody is not really important to me any more at this point. The most important thing, the thing that makes me the happiest, is just being happy with a piece of work. Like an artist makes a watercolor painting or whatever, and they sit back and go, ‘I’m really happy with that.’ The thing that I value most in my past and my career at this point, I realize they’re just the stories that I’m more proud of that were told, that still stand up. Just good pieces of work. I want to be happy with the finished product. Whether that’s one match, or a longer story, or if that’s one interview, or whatever. Whatever it is. That’s the most important thing to me at this point. Because I’ve had all the other things. Out of every thing that there is, that’s still the most rewarding thing and the only thing that drives me or gets me really excited other than just the live performance and being in front of the crowd, is that artistic, creative satisfaction.

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Sep 11 18
Published by Amanda, Filed in WWE.com

From WWE.Com:

Get ready for all-out tag team bedlam at WWE Hell in a Cell, where newly-crowned Raw Tag Team Champions Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntrye will go to war against Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose.

A marquee matchup between the tandems has been building ever since The Shield used a Triple Powerbomb to prevent Braun Strowman from cashing in his Money in the Bank contract on Universal Champion Roman Reigns. After the attack, The Monster Among Men went looking for some backup of his own. On the same night that he would hand over his contract in exchange for a title showdown against Reigns inside Hell in a Cell at the Sept. 16 pay-per-view, Strowman turned on The Big Dog in a tag team match against Ziggler & McIntrye and helped his newfound cohorts to lay wasted all three Hounds of Justice.

Inevitably, Reigns, Rollins and Ambrose launched a counter-offensive on the new association the following week, but they were arrested for their efforts, so they were not on hand to see Ziggler & McIntrye overcome The B-Team later that night to capture the Raw Tag Team Championship. When The Shield finally posted bail just in time to crash Raw’s main event, Ziggler, McIntyre and Strowman once again proved to be one step ahead of the brothers-in-arms when they used a small army of Raw Superstars to help to take out the black-clad trio.

The tenacious Shield remerged six days before WWE Hell in a Cell to get the drop on Ziggler and McIntyre. Following this onslaught, Acting Raw General Manager Baron Corbin decided to do what was “best for business” by making what promises to be an absolutely chaotic Raw Tag Team Title Match between Ziggler & McIntyre and Rollins & Ambrose at WWE Hell in a Cell.

Let the carnage continue when Ziggler & McIntyre battle The Shield for the Raw Tag Team Championship this Sunday at WWE Hell in a Cell, streaming live on the award-winning WWE Network at 7 ET/4 PT.

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Sep 11 18
Published by Amanda, Filed in Images, RAW Results, Videos, WWE

It was revenge and the savy of The Shield as they strike back against their growing list of enemies, first with an all out attack on all the cowards that attacked them last week and later after acting GM Baron corbin asked ‘The Shield’ to leave which they did they launched a two-prong smart attack as Dean & Seth returned to attack the new Raw Tag Team champions as Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins not The Shield this resulted in them using their savvy against Corbin and getting a RAW tag team championship at the Hell In A Cell PPV on Sunday… Can you say new champions? Below is the WWE.Com Report:

 

The Shield confronted Braun Strowman, Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre

Last week, Braun Strowman, Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre got themselves a bunch of new friends last week when half the Raw Superstars helped them lay out The Shield. That said, it doesn’t seem from Raw’s opening moments like that alliance was anything more than a partnership of convenience.

After thanking the Superstars who had made what Ziggler called the “hard choice” of standing up to The Shield, Strowman & Co. found their backup all but evaporated after The Hounds of Justice came down through the audience, axe handles in tow, and tried to fight their way to Braun and his “dogs of war.” Rather than throw down on even footing, however, Strowman, Ziggler & McIntyre opted to head for higher ground.

Once again, however, The Shield found themselves in a standoff with the law, as local police officers cornered The Hounds of Justice backstage. Rather than have them hauled off to prison a second time, however, Acting General Manager Baron Corbin offered them an ultimatum: The Shield must vacate the premises, or Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins would forfeit the Universal and Intercontinental Championships and all three would go to jail for a “long, long time.” The Shield can call this skirmish a victory, but clearly, the bigger battle isn’t quite being dictated on their terms just yet.

Raw Tag Team Champions Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre def. The B-Team; Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins attacked after the match

With their win over The B-Team, Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre cleared the decks of competition and cemented themselves as the kings of Raw’s Tag Team division, but they might find that it’s harder to hold the throne down than it was to take it.

Even though the champs held off an effort by The B-Team that was so gritty and inspired that they had to resort to chicanery — McIntyre dispatched Curtis Axel with a Glasgow Kiss, and Ziggler raked Bo Dallas’ eyes — to set up the Claymore-Zig Zag combo, they didn’t get to enjoy the fruits of their labor: Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins jumped the titleholders from behind immediately after the match and sent them scurrying.

Acting General Manager Baron Corbin was furious that his edict had been defied and The Shield had returned, but Rollins & Ambrose pointed out that they were acting on their own, and The Shield had technically kept to their word and stayed away. They also seemed to get Corbin to kind of-sort of admit he had them arrested last week, bringing out a Deputy Sheriff (“G. Ambrose,” according to his uniform) to take The Lone Wolf into custody. However, after a quick sidebar, Rollins & Ambrose opted not to press charges and Corbin later ruled that Ziggler & McIntyre would defend their titles against Ambrose & Rollins at the WWE Hell in a Cell pay-per-view. His reason? That Raw Commissioner Stephanie McMahon wanted Sunday’s event to have as many big matches as possible.

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Sep 11 18
Published by Amanda, Filed in Videos, WWE

The Shield recover as their enemies mock them at the top of the ramp

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Sep 11 18
Published by Amanda, Filed in Images, RAW Results, Videos

 

This week on Raw The Shield try for revenge against Strowman, Ziggler & McIntyre after the attack last week but it wasn’t to be as they took the fight ready to strike against, the locker room empties and The Shield end up arrested and charged they later return but are assaulted by Strowman, Ziggler, McIntyre and half the Raw locker room with Raw ending with The Shield laid out a sight we don’t see often. Below is the WWE.Com report:

The Shield got arrested after attacking Braun Strowman, Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre

One week after throwing in with Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre to deliver his version of “justice” to The Shield, Braun Strowman goaded Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins & Roman Reigns into an encounter with justice of a different sort.

Well aware that The Hounds of Justice were not going to take their beatdown from last week lying down, Strowman and his “pack” let loose with enough trash-talk to lure The Hounds of Justice out of the shadows for a fight. Acting General Manager Baron Corbin quickly dispatched nearly every Raw Superstar to separate the two trios — it took literally everyone to cool the situation, and even then only briefly — but the local police weren’t about to let this be settled in the ring: In the aftermath of the brawl, with the Superstars still barking at one another, local police handcuffed Ambrose, Rollins & Reigns and tossed them in the back of a police van, which quickly sped out of the arena with The Shield in custody.

Braun Strowman def. Finn Bálor; the Raw locker room attacked The Shield

Coming into Raw, it seemed possible that Braun Strowman could only be slowed down, not stopped. Coming out of it, it’s looking more and more like a certainty. Not only did The Monster Among Men hold off an all-world effort from Finn Bálor, he and his “pack” made short work of The Shield after they posted bail and were released from police custody on their own recognizance … albeit with a little help from some friends.

Bálor had been slotted into the match with Strowman after Acting General Manager Baron Corbin backed out of a challenge from Finn earlier in the night (Corbin cited his GM duties), but the former Universal Champion seized the main-event spotlight all the same, wearing down The Monster Among Men with an array of submissions. Strowman rallied to defeat Finn with a Running Powerslam, at which point the pack began to circle for another three-on-one mauling.

Enter The Shield, who rolled into the arena in a commandeered police van and made a beeline for their assembled foes. However, before The Hounds of Justice could make a move, a contingent of Superstars led by Kevin Owens — Elias, AOP, The Ascension, Jinder Mahal, Mojo Rawley, Drew Gulak, Sunil Singh and Mike Kanellis — bum-rushed them from behind, kicking off a numbers game attack that The Shield were powerless to stop. While Ziggler helped dispose of Seth Rollins by ramming the van door into his face and McIntyre Claymored Dean Ambrose on the ramp, Strowman downed Roman Reigns by clobbering him with the steel steps and driving him into the ground with a Running Powerslam. (The Shield would ultimately refuse medical attention.) With The Hounds of Justice in ruins, The Monster Among Men ended the show standing tall with Ziggler & McIntyre for the second straight week.

It used to be the only thing that could destroy The Shield was The Shield itself. Clearly, that’s no longer the case.

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Sep 11 18
Published by Amanda, Filed in Images, RAW Results, Videos, WWE

This week on Dean was back in action after a backstage confrontation with Jinder Mahal another stellar win for Dean but later after Bruan Strowman turns on Dean’s Shield brother & New Universal Champion Roman Reigns in the main event both Dean & Seth try for the save but the force of Strowman, Ziggler & McIntyre is too much even for The Shield sadly! Below is the WWE.Com Report:

Dean Ambrose def. Jinder Mahal

In Jinder Mahal’s defense, he’s probably right that Dean Ambrose could benefit from a meditation technique or two. That said, The Modern Day Maharaja clearly didn’t read the room when he attempted to pass his mantra onto The Lunatic Fringe, as Ambrose challenged Mahal to a match and ultimately upended the former WWE Champion in yet another impressive showcase of his new, power-based style.

Mahal is no slouch in the aggression and strength departments either, and he didn’t hesitate to use those attributes when it became clear that Ambrose had no intention of taking it easy. Sunil Singh provided a distraction to give The Maharaja an opening, and Mahal pounced, even going as far as to cue up the Khallas. But Ambrose writhed free of Mahal’s clutches and administered a whip-fast Dirty Deeds, putting his opponent down for three.

Universal Champion Roman Reigns & Braun Strowman def. Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre via Disqualification

Last week, Braun Strowman felt the wrath of The Shield. This week, he got even. During a main event that saw The Monster Among Men team with Universal Champion Roman Reigns against Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre, Strowman accepted a crucial tag from a battered Reigns but refused to enter the ring. Instead, The Gift of Destruction gave The Showoff and The Scottish Psychopath free reign to decimate The Big Dog, ending the bout in a disqualification and opening the door for Strowman to exact his payback.

The extended three-on-one beatdown of Reigns first brought out Dean Ambrose and eventually the one-armed Seth Rollins, but the two other Hounds of Justice were no match for the makeshift trio. The Lunatic Fringe suffered the Claymore-Zig Zag combo, Rollins caught a Zig Zag of his own, and all three were subjected to Running Powerslams from The Monster Among Men. Ziggler & McIntyre couldn’t have been more right when they opined that Strowman and Reigns couldn’t get along as partners and that they were teaming only as a matter of pride. What they didn’t realize was how far that pride would motivate Braun Strowman to go.

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Aug 21 18
Published by Jen, Filed in Videos, WWE


Party with The Hounds of Justice following their Triple Powerbomb to Braun Strowman at the conclusion of Raw.

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Aug 21 18
Published by Jen, Filed in Tour News, Videos


Dean Ambrose reunites with Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns to reform The Shield.. and they’re on their way to London! Check out the promo above!

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