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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WWE Power 25 for May 22nd, 2015
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Welcome to another edition of WWE Power 25! I apologize for not covering last week’s Power 25. I was sick with the flu. Now, that is out of the way, we can roll right into this week’s Power 25. Dean dropped a spot on the charts from the #2 position to #3. I disagree with the drop on the charts, because Dean had an outstanding week. On RAW, Dean faced Bray Wyatt in a very grueling bout, but in the end, Dean was unable to pick up the victory. During the last part of the Monday Night show, Dean interrupted Seth Rollins’ “Architect of a Dream” celebration with The Authority. Dean demanded a WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match at WWE Elimination Chambers with his former Shield brother. However, The Authority denied Dean’s request. Dean had a plan of his own, by getting his hands on the weasel of a Champion. Dean conveniently placed and hid a pile of cinder blocks and threatened he would smash Rollins’ head in with a steel chair. Ultimately, The Authority granted the match to Dean as long as he released their “Golden Boy”. In the end, Rollins was the one who got the last laugh, as he Pedigreed Dean right in the middle of the ring. On Thursday Night SmackDown, Dean was placed in a rematch against Wyatt. During the match, Rollins tried to intervene, but Dean’s brother, Roman Reigns, appeared from the WWE Universe crowd to put a stop to Rollins’ evil plan. Reigns helped Dean pick up the victory, when Reigns Superman Punched Wyatt in the face and Dean executed his finishing move, Dirty Deeds, on his opponent. Before SmackDown went off the air, Dean and Rollins were staring each other down.

Last Week: 2 | This Week: 3 | Movement: -1

Could we be looking at the new “face” of WWE? The Lunatic Fringe showed Seth Rollins on RAW that he’s crazy like a fox.

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Smackdown Results & Media | May 21st, 2015
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Smackdown opens with Roman Reigns addressing the WWE Universe and talking about the up coming Money in the Bank ladder match for the infamous briefcase. Reigns declaring that he’ll be entering himself in to the match and he intends to win. This brings about his brother in arms, Dean Ambrose. Dean coming to the ring to say that Money in the Bank makes him excited, but this year he won’t be contending for it because he’ll already be the Champion! We like how he thinks. Roman likes his confidence too and even agrees, hoping he does take the title from Seth at Elimination Chamber, but just as Roman starts to dole out a little advice on ‘exit strategy’, they’re interrupted by the Authoritys lapdog, Kane.

Kane reminds Roman that he’s lost his last two shots at the title and he’s now at the back of the line and not eligible to enter the Money in the Bank match. Ouch. Dean to the verbal rescue as he ridicules Kane for being a shadow of what he once was. He used to be a Brother of Destruction but now he’s the redheaded ugly stepchild of the Authority.. do they give him a knife and fork or do Stephanie and Triple H just feed him from a bowl?

Enraged, Kane throws Dean in to a rematch against Wyatt, something he’s perfectly happy with, and gives Reigns the night off! That’ll show him!

The Main Event rolls around and it’s another brutal battle between Ambrose and Wyatt, Dean getting the early advantage but almost inevitably, Wyatts devious mind takes advantage of the one wrong move and he takes control. Dean fights and claws his way through the match and as he turns the tables back in his favor, J&J Security run in. But this time he has them scouted! Seth Rollins tries to interrupt but Reigns arrives to fend them off. With them taken care of, Dean hits Wyatt with Dirty Deeds and picks up the revenge victory. Another hurdle down. Deans coming for Rollins next!

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WWE SmackDown Spoilers for May 21st, 2015
Published by: · Date: 2015/05/20 · Filed Under: Smackdown, Spoilers

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After finding a way to get The Authority to put Dean in a feud with Seth Rollins for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at Elimination Chamber, Dean will be making his presence known on SmackDown! To find out what he’s up to, read on:

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RAW Results & Media | May 18th, 2015
Published by: · Date: 2015/05/19 · Filed Under: Images, RAW Results, Videos, WWE

We told you Dean wasn’t about to let the title go now that he’d had a taste of it. His first order of business on RAW is to interrupt a little backstage shindig with The Authority and Rollins, celebrating Seths victory at Payback. Dean arrives and congratulates him and reminds him that a few weeks ago, he defeated Seth fair and square and therefore, he’d like to generously offer him a rematch – with the title on the line of course. You can’t say fairer than that! Seth of course, is too much of a wimp to accept this offer and hides behind Kane as usual, telling Dean he’s now at the back of the line along with Reigns and Orton. Seth takes his leave and Dean turns his attention to Kane, telling him Paul Bearer and The Undertaker would be ashamed of what he’s become, nothing more than Seth Rollins’ little lapdog. This angers Kane who puts him in to a match against old rival Bray Wyatt later in the night. Dean steals his champagne, just fine with that.

The match rolls around and Dean’s got some payback to dish out to Wyatt also. The match fast paced and savage, Dean controls most of the momentum until a nasty bump to the outside sees the tides turn. With Wyatt in control, Dean endures as only he can, fighting back as the pair match each other move for move. As it seems things are shifting in Dean’s favor, J&J Security arrive, Jamie shoving Dean from the top turnbuckle and right in to Sister Abigail, while Mercury distracts the referee. With that done, the match is lost. And Seth Rollins is very pleased with himself.

Later on in the night as Seths celebration is carried out in the ring, Ambrose decides he has something to say. Interrupting what was sure to be a moving speech from Joey Mercury, Dean boldly heads in to the ring opposite all of The Authority and once again offers Seth his rematch. Stephanie asks him who the hell he thinks he is and Rollins tells him once again he doesn’t make the matches. A brawl breaking out that ends up in a very familiar situation, Dean’s brought a gift to the party. A stack of cinderblocks! Oh, Payback really is sweet!

Pinning Seth to the cinderblocks and raising a chair over his head, Dean holds The Authority to ransom until they agree to the WWE Championship Match at Elimination Chamber. With the deal made, Dean decides he’s going to swing anyway, only for Noble and Mercury to intervene. Dean fends them off and chases Seth through the ring, only to be caught by Kane. The numbers game getting the best of him, he’s hit with a Pedigree from Rollins. The Champions standing over him holding that shiny belt. A belt Dean isn’t going to let go of easily.

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Elimination Chamber Preview
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Expect the unexpected when The Lunatic Fringe, Dean Ambrose, challenges WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins at Elimination Chamber.

Despite the champion’s wishes, the maniacal, if strategic, Ambrose secured the title opportunity on the May 18 edition of Raw when he interrupted The Authority’s “Architect of a Dream” celebration. Using the element of surprise, Ambrose managed to take Rollins hostage and threatened to deliver a Dirty Deeds to Rollins through cinder blocks unless The Authority made the championship match official. Left with no alternative, Stephanie McMahon conceded.

Ambrose spared Rollins the cinder block treatment that night, but there’s no telling if the same will be true when these former brothers in arms engage on May 31. The WWE Universe vividly remembers their gritty series of matches last year, in the wake of The Shield’s implosion. After Rollins planted Ambrose’s head through cinder blocks in a particularly vicious attack that Ambrose clearly has not forgotten, The Lunatic Fringe went even further off the rails, terrorizing The Authority’s poster child at every turn for weeks on end.

Though Rollins escaped WWE Payback’s Fatal 4-Way Match against Ambrose, Randy Orton and Roman Reigns as WWE World Heavyweight Champion — thanks, in no small measure, to the assistance of Kane and J&J Security — another win over Ambrose is far from guaranteed. To earn his way into the WWE Payback main event in the first place, Ambrose had to defeat the WWE World Heavyweight Champion in a singles, non-title match on Raw.

With an unusual appetite for destruction and plenty of pent-up anger directed Rollins’ way, will Ambrose repeat his success when he challenges for the top prize in all of sports-entertainment at Elimination Chamber? Or can the ever-resourceful and boundlessly athletic “Future of WWE” continue holding onto his title at any cost?

Watch these two former Hounds of Justice tear into each other when Elimination Chamber takes over the award-winning WWE Network on Sunday, May 31, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

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Payback Results & Media
Published by: · Date: 2015/05/18 · Filed Under: Images, Pay Per View Results, Videos, WWE

Sadly, it wasn’t to be the night Dean laid claim to the WWE Championship, Seth Rollins retaining by the skin of his teeth in the Fatal Fourway match. But whatever the outcome, this Main Event was a huge milestone for Dean and we’re thrilled for him regardless. Only now he’s had his hands on that shiny belt? We know he’ll have a taste for it. This won’t be the last time he takes a shot at it, we guarantee that! Heres the full review from!

WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins is nothing if not an odds beater. The Authority’s golden boy has repeatedly faced the impossible since snagging the title — be it a showdown with an angry Brock Lesnar, or a Steel Cage Match against Randy Orton — and somehow he has managed to keep sports-entertainment’s most cherished prize around his eight-pack abs. At WWE Payback, Rollins faced his biggest challenge yet, a Fatal 4-Way Match against Orton, Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose — the three co-presidents of the “We Hate Seth Rollins Fan Club” — where Seth could have lost his title without even being involved in the outcome. On top of that, Rollins’ much-loathed Authority cohort, Kane, lurked at ringside, weighing his options on whether he wanted to help Seth win and maintain his role as WWE’s Director of Operations, or crush the kid like a bug and happily accept his pink slip from Triple H.

Rollins had a better shot at winning the Preakness than he did at leaving Baltimore with his WWE World Heavyweight Title. Yet, there he was at the end of the night, stumbling to the locker room with the championship in his gloved hands and a pained look of disbelief on his face. How he got there was just as incredible as it seems.

Twenty minutes earlier, Rollins had been an antelope on the Serengeti, hungrily eyed by the lions that were Ambrose, Orton and Reigns. Before the trio could sink their teeth into him, though, J&J Security swarmed, dragging the challengers out of the ring and starting a skirmish on the arena floor. Bodies collided with mosh pit aggressiveness as each competitor disappeared into a blur of swinging fists and stomping feet. Ambrose took the first risk of the match, launching himself out of the ring and onto Rollins and Orton. Then, it was Reigns, who took a running start and fired all 265 pounds of himself over the top rope like a Samoan scud missile. The champion became a prized punching bag in these early minutes. Reigns was the first one to get his hands on Rollins, rattling his bones with a beautiful tilt-a-whirl slam. Ambrose was in next with a big elbow for his onetime friend. Next, it was Orton, who broke up Dean’s pin attempt and started a fight with The Lunatic Fringe. The Viper looked for his RKO, but ended up with Ambrose’s arm nearly collapsing his larynx with a stiff clothesline.

The fight in the ring was ugly, but Rollins had no choice but to stay in the mix. If he made himself scarce for too long, he could miss an opportunity to break up a pin or submission attempt and that would be it. Things were not going well for him, though. When Ambrose and Reigns finally got an opportunity to beat up on their former Shield teammate, they savored it. The allies shared a fist bump before bumping their fists against Rollins’ forehead for the next few minutes.

The pummeling may have gone on even longer had Kane not involved himself. As Reigns readied to splatter Rollins across the canvas with a Superman Punch, WWE’s Director of Operations grabbed him by the leg and dragged him out of the ring. As soon as the monster launched Roman into the barricade, his intentions were clear. He was still playing for Team Authority. The forecast of the match was clearly altered at that very moment. Kane and J&J Security began battering all three challengers, allowing Rollins to get a brief respite, and then take control of the match. As Reigns and Orton got kicked by the suits at ringside, the champion picked apart Ambrose in-between the ropes. As soon as the brawler began to fight back, he was cut off at the knees. Dean may have very well connected with Dirty Deeds had Kane not entered the ring and chokeslammed him into oblivion.

From there, the ringside area became the focal point of the match, with all seven men chopping it up in front of a crowd that was ramping up by the second. Here, the bout’s most dramatic moment played out. First, The Viper dropped Rollins backfirst onto the barricade and then cleared off the announce table with even clearer plans to put the champion through it. Things didn’t work out that way, though. Instead, an impromptu Shield reunion took place as Rollins, Reigns and Ambrose suddenly began to work together with the military precision they displayed in their heyday. The three Superstars tore apart Orton and then — in the moment everyone will still be talking about tomorrow — put The Viper through a table with their signature Triple Powerbomb. Had the greatest trio in WWE history just reunited? No, although Rollins apparently didn’t realize it. The so-called Architect of The Shield tossed his arms around his former friends and then put his fist out, calling for the group to strike their classic pose. Ambrose and Reigns weren’t interested. Instead, they set about rearranging his face before putting him on the Spanish announce table and powerbombing Kane on top of him. When the table didn’t break, Roman snatched the big man right back up and slammed him right back down onto the champion. This time, the table exploded like a shed in a twister.

With that, Ambrose and Reigns were the last men standing. If there was going to be a winner, it was going to be one of them.

“Not much else to do,” Reigns said to his friend. “Loser buys the beers?”

That’s all it took for the duo to put aside their friendship, hit the ring and break into the kind of fistfight people were hoping to see out of Mayweather and Pacquiao. Quickly, a powerbomb from Reigns nearly netted him the title. When Ambrose kicked out, Reigns smiled. He admired his pal’s tenacity. The big Samoan came close to victory two more times. Ambrose kicked out after getting smashed by a Superman Punch. A follow-up Spear surely would have done him in, but Rollins put a stop to that. The ensuing action had given all the bodies at ringside an opportunity to find a second wind. Kane made his presence felt once again, decimating Ambrose with the steel stairs and then chokeslamming Reigns on top of them. In the ring, Orton took out both members of J&J Security with RKOs and then crushed Rollins with a draping DDT. He called for another RKO — the crowd going ape at the suggestion — but Rollins avoided it. Kane wasn’t so fortunate.

Rollins is the type of competitor who understands the value of an opportunity, and he saw one here. With Orton momentarily distracted, the champion kicked him in the gut and hit him with Triple H’s signature maneuver, The Pedigree. That was enough to keep Orton down and keep the championship with Rollins, who was joined in celebrating halfway up the ramp by The Game himself.

He didn’t do it alone, but Seth Rollins did it. Sooner or later, though, those odds are going to catch up with him.

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