If you thought Ambrose made last weeks RAW absolute mayhem, you ain’t seen nothing yet. Hot on the heels of Smackdown and Deans kidnapping of the Money in the Bank Briefcase, he shows up to interrupt Seth and The Authority arguing about what to do with him in the ring. Seth thinks he should be called out and forced to hand over the briefcase and definitely punished, but up on the Titantron, Ambrose has other ideas. Getting their attention he holds up the battered briefcase and simply asks – is this what you’re looking for?
Dean tells Seth he used to be a man but now he’s nothing but a coward in the shadow of Triple H and Stephanie McMahon, always running to them for help. If he wants his briefcase back, he’s going to have to come and get it himself. With that Ambrose vanishes from the screen and Seths left seething in the ring, he decides to go after Dean and walks straight in to an ambush from John Cena! Seth manages to escape once again and a meetings called backstage, Triple H demands Joey Mercury and Jamie Noble go and find Ambrose and get that briefcase back. However, it seems they’re incapable of finding him, despite him being shown just wandering through the halls. The nights just going to get worse for The Authority.
Ambrose heads down to the ring with the briefcase in one hand and a large holdall over his shoulder, getting in to the ring he sets up a table and places the briefcase on it, setting the bag beside it. He takes to the mic and mocks Jamie and Joey for not being able to find him – he’s also decided he doesn’t like how The Authority runs their merch stands, tonight for one night only he’s going to have a Dean Ambrose Clearance Sale! He unzips the bag revealing a whole stack of merchandise stolen from the stands. He’s giving it all away, well, except for the briefcase. In the past few days he and the briefcase have gotten pretty close and it’s contents revealed a side of Seth he never knew existed. Ew. Moving on. The sale begins and as Dean takes out the merch, Jamie and Joey finally arrive. Dean’s amused by The Authority ‘Sending out the cruiserweight division’ to get him. They demand he hand over the briefcase and Dean refuses, if they want the briefcase, they’ll have to take it from him. Joey and Jamie don’t like this idea and beat a hasty retreat, leaving Ambrose to his sale.
T Shirts for everybody! How dare they call him Unstable!
As he finishes handing out a huge amount of free merch to the crowd, Rollins finally arrives – with a herd of Security. Dean this time apologizes for stealing Seths briefcase, backing out of the ring with his hands up, he leaves through the crowd so as Seth can claim his precious case back. Like Gollum from Lord of The Rings, Seth caresses his beloved case, confused by Ambroses behavior, he makes the mistake of opening it. A shower of green slime exploding from the case and hitting Seth right in the face. In the stands, Dean swears it wasn’t him! He’s innocent! Look at that face. Furious, Seth storms back to Triple H and Stephanie, where Triple H makes the Main Event match of Ambrose and Cena Vs Orton and Kane. Though it seems as though Orton and Kane are getting more than a little sick of being Triple H’s errand boys.
Later on in the night as Cena is interviewed by Renee Young backstage, he claims he’s going to go through Orton and Kane and then get his hands on Rollins. Ambrose arrives, taking exception to this. If anyone’s getting his hands on Rollins, it’ll be him. Not even the mighty John Cena is going to take that away from him. He leaves Cena on that thought as the Main Event rolls around.
The match starts out with Cena and he immediately walks in to dangerous ground as Kane and Randy Orton work well together and keep him grounded in their corner. Ambrose paces the apron like a caged animal begging to be let in, but every time Cena gets close, he gets pulled away. It seems like the match might even be lost until finally Cena rises from the dead and makes the hot tag to Ambrose. Dean comes in like a bolt of lightning, everywhere at once. Taking out Kane and then crashing in to Orton on the outside. He has Orton on the run swiftly, and with a vicious Dirty Deeds it looks like Dean has the match won when Rollins appears from nowhere and leaps on him, breaking up the pin.
The assault begins, but Cena and Ambrose fight back. Cornering Rollins it seems like they might finally have their day, but teamwork doesn’t last. Cena and Dean beginning to fight over who gets to beat up Rollins first. This proves the distraction Rollins, Orton and Kane need to divide and conquer. As Dean stalks Rollins, the deadly viper sneaks up behind him and nails him with an RKO. Once he’s down, Seth sets up the briefcase and Kane and Orton hold Deans head over it for Rollins to hit his wicked curb stomp, knocking Ambrose loopy. Cena suffers the exact same fate and once again Seth Rollins and The Authority cronies stand tall over a fallen Dean Ambrose.
After mocking The Miz on Main Event the ‘Moneymaker’ demands a shot at revenge on Ambrose. Quite a foolish request if you ask us but Dean’s never one to back down from a challenge. Starting out Smackdown he answers Miz and Sandows call, coming to the ring for a one on one match up in which Miz hopes to gain some revenge but ends up on the run. The wild eyed Ambrose going after him straight off the bat and chasing him around the ring before things finally get back inside and the action properly gets underway. Despite Miz’s best efforts however, Mr Hollywood just can’t get a grip on the Lunatic Fringe and Ambrose controls most of the match, seemingly having things won, when Seth Rollins and Kane make an appearance. Miz attempts to lungs at Dean from behind off of the distraction, but he has it scouted and instead hits Miz with the Dirty Deeds to pick up the win.
Rollins and Kane swiftly attack but again Ambrose is a step ahead, chasing Rollins down and getting in a good beating before ducking Kane, swiping the Briefcase and making a run for it. Dean jumps in to the crowd and bolts up the stairs with Seth’s Briefcase in hand! Rollins is furious!
Ambrose on a chat show? Sure, why not. After all he’s the talk of the WWE right now and everybody is just dying to know how he got out of that little room he was shut in on RAW by the Authority! The Miz is the sacrificial lamb to the slaughter and charged with the task of asking this question, shadowed by his creepy sidekick Damien Sandow – and they call DEAN crazy!
Miz replays the events of August 18th and asks how Dean survived, Dean simply says he isn’t a normal man, he goes down but he doesn’t stay down. Miz seems unimpressed and asks the hot question of the moment, HOW did he get out of that room? Dean simply tells him there was a back door. He’s not Houdini, he can’t even work his smart phone! Nope, the Authority locked him in a room with two doors and he walked out of the other one and straight in to Rollins’ plans. The Miz isn’t happy with not getting scoop of the year or discovering Dean is in fact Batman, and proceeds to yell in Dean’s face about the injustice of losing his intercontinental title. Dean headbutts him and it’s lights out for Miz, tossing Sandow out of the ring, Miz eats Dirty Deeds before Dean sets him up in his ridiculous directors chair and thanks everyone for watching the show, leaving with a wicked grin on his face.
It’s good to be back, isn’t it? Ambrose starts out Monday Night RAW by coming to the ring and announcing with a smile on his face that contrary to rumors, he’s not dead! Seth Rollins did not managed to put the final nail in his coffin and he went away, regrouped, did a lot of thinking and now he’s back with revenge on his mind. He’s more than a little sick of The Authority protecting Rollins all the time and of Seth doing nothing but run away, so with that in mind he grabs a chair and takes himself a seat in the center of the ring. Holding RAW hostage until The Authority give him what he wants – Seth Rollins. The response he gets however, couldn’t be further removed from his two tone haired ex-brother. John Cena answers his sit-in much to Deans chagrin, coming to the ring to tell Ambrose he too has a beef with Rollins and it’ll be him that’ll deliver the ass kicking tonight. Ambrose tells Cena not to get in his way, Rollins is his and if they have to fight over who gets to dropkick his head off his shoulders then so be it. Just as Cena and Ambrose are about to throw down, The Authority – accompanied by Rollins – finally arrive.
Triple H tries to tell them nobody will be getting their hands on Rollins tonight but Ambrose and Cena refuse to listen, bolting out of the ring and going after them! Ambrose ends up chasing Rollins all the way through the crowd, battering him as he goes. Cena giving chase also, they have a brief melee backstage before slippery Rollins manages to hightail it in a car, leaving Cena and Ambrose eyeing one another uncertainly.
Later on in the night Ambrose is put in to a match against Kane and he’s more than willing to put the big red authority figure in his place once again. Well and truly on a tear as he all but dominates Kane, despite the big man throwing his weight around, Ambrose is about to get the three count when Rollins arrives, attacking and beating down Dean. Kane hits Ambrose with a chokeslam and he and Rollins hightail it, only for Rollins to turn back, wanting more. But Ambrose is ready, getting himself up and grabbing a chair, Rollins doesn’t look so brave. Backing off.
Backstage, Rollins complains to Triple H and Stephanie that something has to be done about Ambrose – Again. But Triple H counters and tells Rollins he needs to stop stirring the hornets nest. Then out of nowhere, Ambrose attacks! Mauling Rollins, Kane and anybody else that gets in his way until security manage to pin him down. Triple H orders him thrown out of the building but Stephanie has a better idea – throw him in the janitors closet and lock him in! So that’s what happens, Triple H posting several guards outside to watch him for the rest of the show. But there isn’t a prison built that can hold Dean Ambrose!
Later on in the night as Randy Orton heads in to a match against John Cena, a mysterious black box sits ringside courtesy of Seth Rollins. Looking much like the box that had hidden the cinder blocks weeks ago, theres worry Cena might be in for the same fate. But when the time rolls around, Kane lifts the cover off the box and finds only one cinder block – and an escaped Dean Ambrose! Ambrose leaps to his feet and tears in to everyone. He and Cena taking out Kane and Orton while Rollins hightails it up the stairs through the crowd. Swearing revenge, the show closes on Ambrose. Back with vengeance.
Feels like it’s been a while since I last wrote one of these! Weeks of watching Seth Rollins gloat over the fact he drove Dean’s head through a pile of cinderblocks and put him on the sidelines – it’s been close to torture. Roman Reigns stepped up in Dean’s absence to fight the good fight for his fallen brother, but bad luck struck the big man and he was taken ill this weekend before the Night of Champions Pay Per View, hospitalized for surgery on a hernia for which we wish him a speedy recovery!
That left Seth Rollins without an opponent at the event and yet another chance to stand and gloat about his destruction of The Shield. He claims a hernia is no excuse for Roman to not show up and gives him to the count of 10 to arrive or he’ll forfeit the match. This of course doesn’t happen and Seth claims another default victory, however he’s all heart as usual, the fans want to see him wrestle so Rollins issues an open challenge. When does that ever go well for anybody?
Seems like Dean Ambrose has had enough of Seth’s big mouth as the titantron cuts backstage and a taxi cab rolls in to view, none other than our own Mr Ambrose storming out of the car and chasing to the ring. Rollins tries to make a hasty getaway but Ambrose chases him down and they brawl through the crowd – or more accurately Dean beats Seth all the way through the crowd, promoting The Authority in to action they try to break the two up only for Ambrose to hurl himself on to the crowd of security, taking everybody down and picking up his chase on Rollins again. They end up back in the crowd as Dean batters him, hurling him over the barrier and back in to the ring. Dean grabs a chair and gets in the ring after Rollins but security is on him again, tackling him down and this time cuffing his hands behind his back. Triple H and Stephanie order Dean removed from the building.
Once again, Dean’s carried away by The Authorities minions, but he’s hollering bloody revenge. A shaken up Rollins demanding to know how he got in. Get used to it, Seth!
Noted Ring Names: Dean Ambrose, Jon Moxley From: Cincinnati, Ohio Date of Birth: December 7, 1985 Working For: 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! Full Biography:Click Here! Full Statistics:Click Here!
Show: RAW August 18th, 2014 Match: Dean Ambrose Vs Seth Rollins (No Contest) Summary: The WWE Universe did, indeed, decide Dean Ambrose’s fate. Even though their selection of a Falls Count Anywhere Match firmly put Seth Rollins in the unstable one’s home turf, the anything-goes atmosphere ultimately allowed The Authority to make their biggest play yet in removing Ambrose from Rollins’ path. The decisive maneuver came after a lengthy street-style brawl between the two former Shield members wherein Ambrose bounced Rollins off the stage and The Aerialist chopped away at Ambrose with a Kendo stick before powerbombing him onto a pile of chairs. Ambrose answered with a superplex through a table. Kane, who had been observing at ringside, came in to aid Rollins when things got the most dire, and channeled his inner demon for the occasion. Not only did he help Rollins Curb Stomp Ambrose atop the announce table, he also removed the timekeeper’s desk to expose a hidden pile of cinder blocks through which Rollins drove Ambrose’s skull with a second Curb Stomp that caused the ref to stop the match. Advantage: Authority. Full Review: Click Here! Digitals:Click Here! Screencaptures:Click Here!
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