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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 March 17th, 2014 Match: N/A Summary: Did Jerry “The King” Lawler use the “Yes!” Movement as his own personal court in his hometown of Memphis? Kane certainly seemed to think so, though The Devil’s Favorite Director of Operations found his one-man investigation overturned by a truly unexpected enemy: The Shield. Kane had just summoned Lawler into the ring under the pretense of exposing him as Bryan’s inside man throughout Occupy Raw. That brought out The Shield, who at first seemed poised to put the WWE Hall of Famer down at the behest of The Big Red Monster. As it turns out, The Hounds of Justice were more than ready to bite the hand that’s scalded them in recent weeks, and instead turned their focus towards Kane himself, to the tune of a big old Triple Powerbomb. Now that’s justice. Full Review: Click Here! Digitals:Click Here! Screencaptures:Click Here!
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Apr , 15 2014 • by Jen
RFVideo.com have released the follow up to their first volume DVD featuring 14 more of Jon’s best matches in Combat Zone Wrestling. Complete your collection with this latest release and catch up on everything that took place prior to his arrival in the WWE. Featuring matches against Homicide, Devon Moore, DJ Hyde and many more, it’s a must have in your collection!
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Had many many questions sent in about The Shields masks and if they were made especially for them. The answer is no, they’re paintball masks and can be purchased from most online stores. Until WWE release their own official version, heres a few you can get your hands on!
After a somber start to the show as all Superstars and Diva’s paid their respects to the Ultimate Warrior, things moved on to business as usual and as Batista and Orton took on the Usos, The Shield attacked. Charging the ring and taking out Randy on the outside, the trio then surrounded Batista in the ring. Batista attempts to fend them off but he obviously missed The Shields arrival in the company because the numbers game always comes out on top for them. After a Superman punch that knocks Batista back in to 2006, The Shield take control of the ring and Batista and Orton hightail it out of there. Only to be greeted backstage by Triple H, who gives them an amused ‘I told you so’.
The Shield are later on put in to a Main Event match against mystery opponents, but that doesn’t put them off. Heading to the ring ready for war they rip off the masks and await their next victims. The first of which is Alberto Del Rio.. wait, what? And Jack Swagger.. oookay. Fandango completes the strangest 3 man tag team ever and The Shield seem to be in for an easy night, until 3MB’s music hits, followed by Titus O’Neil and Rybaxel, Rusev and finally Wade Barrett. An 11 on 3 Tag match.
The Shield still don’t back down, it’s a little sad really that the Authority need that many people just to take down three guys. The match gets underway and The Shield strike first, getting hold of Heath Slater and manhandling him as the others surround their corner of the ring. The match starts out as any other, The Shield making quick tags and holding their own against 11 men. But things soon break down as the 11 corner Rollins and begin to taunt Ambrose and Reigns. Mayhem ensues as Reigns spears Ryback on the outside and everybody attacks Reigns. Ambrose hurls himself through the ropes and takes out the crowd but they quickly regroup, leading Rollins to becoming another human missile. But it’s not enough, The Shield fight the 11 men back in to the ring and despite their best efforts, they’re picked apart piece by piece. Just as it seems the assault may be over, a theme not heard since the early 2000′s stuns everybody. Evolution are back. Triple H, Randy Orton and Batista come down to the ring and decimate whats left of The Shield. They go down fighting, but after a handful of Batista Bombs and a Batista Bomb/RKO combo on Dean – Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns are out cold.
Triple H taunts the trio, mocking Reigns as he tries to get to his feet. Eventually they stand and taunt The Shield, striking their signature fist pose as Evolutions theme rings out again.
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Apr , 13 2014 • by Jen
We’re starting a new feature here on Dean-Ambrose.net with ‘Opinion Piece’ articles written by Austin Skinner exclusively for the site. They should create a bit of a talking point and feel free to discuss the article in comments! Please note these are Austins opinions and not those of the site on the whole, enjoy!
Refacing the Shield By Austin Skinner
As Wrestlemania XXX slowly creeps into the past, it is obvious that a reinvention has occurred for the collective. As all members appeared on the same page on the grandest stage, they made a very clear statement. This is a shield of new. The cracks have not only been smoothed over, but resurfaced entirely.
Now, before the meat of this plate, a little back story is needed. Prior to Wrestlemania, it was almost expected that the shield break up at anytime. Heck, even I expected the likely story. Reigns breaks the mold, drops his Shield buddies, and heads up the ladder as one of WWE’s newest and most popular babyface guys. Thus, pitting Dean as the heel of the group and causing the inevitable end for the Hounds of Justice. It was elementary WWE fashion, coming off as obvious. Ambrose wasn’t getting along with the group and it almost became a guessing game as to when and where the Shield would sever ties and move on. However, after a few altercations occurring on both Smackdown and Raw, the dust mysteriously settled.
On the March seventh edition of Friday Night Smackdown, major strides were made in the direction of burying the hatchet. Prior, it would be believed by many (including myself) that this would be it. In an absolute one eighty, this confrontation only settled the air further between Rollins, Ambrose, and Reigns. After a walk out by Rollins on Raw previously to this episode, it was made known that from this point on, the Shield would walk in the same line together once again. As the Shield geared up for Wrestlemania, it became obvious that working as The Authority’s person demolition team no longer was in their personal interest. Slowly, the Shield began to distance themselves, thus doubly gearing up for a possible babyface run. Was I skeptical? Well, of course I was. It was the seek-and-destroy Shield I enjoyed. The Shield that would lift up your friendly neighborhood WWE Superstar and triple powerbomb them through the nearest announcement table on a whim of personal justice! None the less, the seeds of Shield’s evolution were planted and they marched on.
The Shield would find themselves in New Orleans soon enough, donning half-face skeleton masks and a brand new attitude. Enter Wrestlemania XXX and it would be Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns, and Deam Ambrose to take on the cronies of The Authority, also known as Corporate Kane and The New Age Outlaws. In a match that can only be described as the closing of one chapter and the starting of a new (which seemed to be the theme at this year’s Wrestlemania), the Shield undoubtedly decimated their opponents. To be frank, they made short work of some decorated, working vets. This opened my eyes to one very important thing, the returning of unity against a common evil for the Shield. Somewhere between the last few episodes of Raw leading up to Wrestlemania and right after the bell rang to signify their victory at the event, the Shield had really changed. Hyped and firing on all cylinders, the Shield rejuvenated its reserves and turned a corner to face a new babyface horizon.
It was on the April seventh edition of Monday Night Raw when that horizon would officially be reached. Corporate Kane would tell the Shield that they were blatantly used as a corporate hit team and as Triple H’s personal pawns. With the light now firmly in their face, the Shield was pushed to their final breaking point. After witnessing a brutal beating of Daniel Brian at the hands of Batista, Randy Orton and Kane, the main event was started. Daniel Bryan’s opponent for the match, Triple H, now had him ripe for the picking until the Shield said otherwise. They would make their way down to the ring and after a moment or two of last minute decisions, Roman Reigns would spear Triple H. This would start a battle between the Authority camp and the Shield, but also mark something far more important. The Shield was finally ready to be considered full-fledged good guys. Standing by Bryan’s side, they were able to fend off the opposing threat and solidify their place in the scheme of things.
All things considered, from when there Shield had been not too long ago and where it is now, they are the team to watch. After pulling a complete one-eighty story wise, the face run for the Shield is shaping up with a lot of potential. For a long-time watcher such as myself and others to expect one thing and have something polar opposite be delivered is a rarity to say the least (especially in a fairly predictable business like wrestling often is). It is this fact alone that solidifies my trust in the Shield and the booking for them moving forward. They haven’t broken up yet and after a brief tease, it doesn’t seem like their going to any time soon. As they don not only new face masks but a new outlook in favor of guys like Daniel Bryan, what is it that exactly lies ahead? Will I and others be fooled again into thinking that this will be a lengthy run when in reality it is only a matter of time before the unpredictable Dean Ambrose flies off the hinges? Or will it be Reigns that tells his boys to basically go fly a kite, as he leaves them in the dust to flounder about the midcard (which unfortunately is a legitimate fear of mine)? Could Rollins become fed up with the bickering and walk away from the Shield for good next time? It is only exactly that, time that will tell… So, keep your eyes peeled and remember, if the Shield has taught us anything thus far, it is that the unexpected can be expected.
After a turbulent weekend The Shield round out Wrestlemania week on Smackdown by further getting in the Authorities face. During a match between Daniel Bryan & The Usos Vs Batista, Orton and Kane it was almost inevitable that the Authority wouldn’t play by the rules, eventually using underhand tactics to take out the Usos and attack Bryan. But The Shield were swift to the rescue before Bryan could be chokeslammed through the announce table. Beating down Kane they then swarmed the ring and chased off Orton and Batista. Kane attempted a come back with a chair, sneaking up on The Shield, only for Bryan to interject and kick Kane in the face. This followed up by a swift Triple Powerbomb left the Director of Operations out cold in the center of the ring. Batista and Ortons tails well and truly tucked between their legs, The Shield and Bryan stand tall in the ring. They’re not worried about consequences one bit.
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IGN.com unveils a new interview with Dean conducted over Wrestlemania weekend, he talks Mania, being a ‘good guy’ and more, check it out! Original Article Here
During WrestleMania weekend this past week, I had the chance to speak to several WWE stars – more than I was able to post before the big event itself on Sunday. I’ll be presenting some of those additional interviews in the next few days, beginning with Dean Ambrose.
Over the past couple of years, Ambrose and the stable he’s a part of, The Shield, have found tremendous success in the WWE. I spoke to Ambrose about The Shield’s recent switch from heels to faces and when he felt like the group was really clicking in.
IGN TV: The schedule for you guys is a grind, but once you get to WrestleMania, does it give you that extra boost of energy because it is the event that it is?
Dean Ambrose: Yeah, once you get within a few weeks of the show and it becomes WrestleMania season, the energy starts picking up, and the energy feels different. You can feel it in the air, and every show means a little bit more, and everything is a little more focused and directed. Everything’s directing toward that day of WrestleMania. So there’s definitely a certain energy in the air when it gets to WrestleMania season. It’s impossible to deny or ignore. Everybody’s competition steps up a little bit, and little switches in your brain that you didn’t even know you had start turning on. You start digging into new ideas, whatever you can do to step your game up, because nobody wants to be left in the dust during WrestleMania season.
IGN: It’s been an interesting few months for you guys, with The Shield. People were starting to back you more and more and now you’ve made the switch to faces. Does it feel different to have the crowd with you, instead of against you, or is it all just variations on the same thing?
Ambrose: You know, we never went out of our way to do anything that is… We’re doing the exact same thing that we’ve always done; we’re just focusing it in a different direction. Our destruction is now pointed at the same place as fans — our enemies that are in our sights are the same people who fans might see as enemies. Look, we haven’t changed anything we’ve done, and we don’t do anything any differently; it’s just positioned in a different way, so people might feel a different way about it.
IGN: Right. You already had supporters and now the floodgates have opened.
Ambrose: There is a noticeable difference from a crowd surging against you and a crowd surging with you. A crowd urging you on to do well can be very encouraging. It’s very fun. It can be a really cool feeling. I’m a guy though where — I can’t speak for the other two — deep down, I feed off negativity. You know, those moments where just everybody in the building — and it’s a little bit more rare to get that real kind of heat nowadays — but where people just really hate you, just hate you. To me, that’s much more powerful. It drives me a little bit more; I feel a little bit better. I’m much more comfortable being hated than being beloved. But, you know, having a crowd of 12,000 or 15,000 people chanting your name or cheering you on is a very cool, positive experience. Who gets to experience that in their lifetime, you know? That’s the kind of stuff you dream about, an arena cheering and chanting for you. It’s really cool.
IGN: Was there a moment where you guys felt, “This is working, the three of us. It’s resonating”?
Ambrose: I don’t know that I can remember a first moment with us, but it was really early on when we could tell… Actually, you know what? I say that, but it was probably TLC 2012. That was our first real match together, and it was our first match in WWE. For myself that was my first match in WWE, so it was nearly a decade buildup to this one match. It took me that long to get here. For the other guys, they have their own personal journeys and stuff. Whatever it took to get there, that was the first time we were really going to find out — you know, the crowd was going to see, and we were really going to find out ourselves just how well we could work together, because we were all on the same page. We knew we could trust each other, and we all had faith that we could deliver, but that was the first time any of us I think probably really felt that chemistry between us. It was so seamless and so easy, probably easier than we thought it was going to be. That was probably the moment where we were just like, “Yeah, this is a thing. This works.”