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 WWE Titles Holding: Intercontinental 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!
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You’ll never make Dean Ambrose stand down from a fight, take note of that now any man that ever feels like trying him in the future. On tonights RAW, Dean brings the fight face to face with Brock Lesnar. Getting nose to nose with him during a contract signing and despite finding himself on the receiving end of another F5, he isn’t put down for long. Getting back on his feet, dusting himself off and vowing to have the last laugh against Lesnar before the night is through, going as far as to tell Roman Reigns to back off and let him handle it alone. Dean goes on to call out Lesnar with a string of personal insults, purposefully angering the beast.. and why not? Fear is for the birds, Dean’s faced far harsher demons than the beast Brock Lesnar in his life.
Lesnar manhandles him, but he takes every bit of it and keeps on getting up, keeps on challenging Brock, and laughs in his face. Is that all he’s got? As Lesnar gears up for another round, Roman Reigns provides just enough distraction for Dean to sneak behind Lesnar and nail him with a vicious low blow, flooring Brock and getting the final word he’d been looking for. Beat but not beaten, it’ll be a cold day in hell before Dean Ambrose backs down.
Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar signed their WWE Fastlane contract
SEATTLE — Can two brothers and a beast get through a contract signing in civil fashion? As it turns out, they can, but the fireworks began afterward. Dean Ambrose spent the entirety of this week’s Raw-opening confrontation between the WWE Fastlane main-event competitors trying to goad The Beast Incarnate into another fight, despite suffering an F-5 from The Conqueror last week. It ended about as well as last Monday’s brawl did, with Ambrose eating another F-5 and Reigns taking the contract table full blast to the face. Fastlane awaits, gentlemen. Good luck.
Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose challenged Brock Lesnar
Unsurprisingly, getting shut down by Brock Lesnar during the opening of Raw did not endear The Beast Incarnate to Dean Ambrose, so the Intercontinental Champion dared The Conqueror to come get some once again. Lesnar obliged with an unholy beating, but The Lunatic Fringe refused to stay down, which was enough to begrudgingly impress The One in 22-1. Roman Reigns’ arrival as Ambrose’s would-be savior (despite a backstage promise he’d stay out of it) seemed to spell trouble. But it turned out to be just what The Lunatic Fringe needed to finally leave The Conqueror down, albeit from an octave-altering low-blow that he might not have hit had Lesnar not been preoccupied with Reigns’ intrusion.
In honor of Daniel Bryan’s retirement, Gabe Sapolsky – Owner of Dragon Gate USA and EVOLVE – has released this 2010 encounter between Daniel (then known as Bryan Danielson) and Jon Moxley at their Way of the Ronin event. It’s an intense battle and well worth the watch. Amazing to think how far both men have come, and we wish Bryan all the best for his future and much health and happiness. Thankyou Bryan.
We don’t normally post the recaps from This Week in WWE, but we figured this was an especially good one and a look at the build up to Fastlane, as well as some alternate angles on the weeks footage. Enjoy!
A man can make a mistake, and on Smackdown Dean makes a couple of them. Running to the ring to Roman Reigns’ aid only to take him down with his flying elbow by accident – then again later on in the main event, as Dean flies through the ropes in an attempt to rescue his friend and instead ends up caught by him. Dean himself admits he was a ‘little off’ tonight in a backstage interview with Renee. I mean it isn’t because Fastlanes on the horizon and he’s trying to get in Romans head or anything.. right? Nah. Heres what WWE.com had to say!
Roman Reigns def. Rusev by Disqualification
MEMPHIS, Tenn. —With WWE Fastlane just 10 days away, SmackDown featured a challenge for greatness from Y2J, an unlikely Divas alliance, a six-man slugfest pitting the power of positivity against a band of outcasts and a knockdown, drag-out tag team main event. Roman Reigns’ showdown against Rusev came to a sudden halt when The League of Nations’ King Barrett and Alberto Del Rio interfered and forced the referee to call for the bell. As a post-match assault ensued, Dean Ambrose charged the ring to even the odds. But in the midst of his unpredictable assault, he accidentally took out his brothers-in-arms. This left him on the wrong end of a 3-on-1 assault. Luckily for him, Reigns recovered, brought a chair into the equation and sent The League heading for the hills.
Roman Reigns & Dean Ambrose def. Alberto Del Rio & Rusev
After Dean Ambrose accidently made contact with Roman Reigns during a brawl with The League of Nations earlier in the night, the big question heading into SmackDown’s main event was: Will the brothers-in-arms be able to coexist en route to their WWE World Heavyweight Title No. 1 Contender’s Triple Threat Match at WWE Fastlane?
For a moment, the issue resurfaced in the midst of the action, when Dean Ambrose dove through the ropes and nearly took down The Big Dog again. But the pair quickly regrouped and laid waste to their opposition outside the ring. This paved the way for Reigns to hit the Spear on Rusev for the victory
With a big fight on the horizon, Dean’s doing what any sensible man would do. Sizing up the competition. However he perhaps takes the road less traveled on RAW as he kicks off the show making the bold decision to walk right in to the Beasts lair. Interrupting Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman and getting face to face with the Mayor of Suplex City – or whatever it is Paul Heyman calls his monster. Dean is unafraid and gets nose to nose with his Fastlane opponent, telling him he respects him but he isn’t afraid of him. He boldly challenges Brock to lay on the beating of a lifetime, because nothings going to stop him getting to that Championship and Wrestlemanias main event, even if he has to drag his broken body the whole way there. It’s quite a statement, and even Heyman and Brock himself seem impressed. Dean? Not so much. He isn’t sure what all the fuss is about.
With that said, he exits the Beasts lair unscathed and with the last word. A rare fete, one very few other men have been brave enough to dare attempt. Later on, Stephanie calls Dean and Roman to her office for a little gloating. Doing her utmost to drive a wedge between the Brothers in Arms. She says power corrupts and sooner or later one of them will break, when the lust for that gold becomes too great. It’s just a question of who. Both Dean and Roman deny this is a possibility, they’re above mind games. So with that, they’re put in to the Main Event of RAW against the New Day. A match they win handily, with Dean picking up the pin on Big E. Only for Lesnar to attack, Dean getting a taste of his first F5. That’s okay, now he knows what it feels like, he can dust himself off and prepare. Better bring a truck, Brock. You can’t keep Dean Ambrose down. Here’s what WWE.com had to say!
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Monday Night Raw kicked off in primo fashion, with Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman stepping into the squared circle to declare their intentions of getting into the fast lane on The Road to WrestleMania. Lesnar’s advocate went so far as to create an eleventh Commandment ahead of his client’s battle with Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose at WWE Fastlane: “Thou shalt not intentionally provoke The Beast!”
However, if there’s a rule or edict made, Dean Ambrose will go out of his way to break it. The Intercontinental Champion strode to the ring and got right in The Beast Incarnate’s face. Ambrose said he wasn’t afraid of Lesnar, daring The Beast to take him to Suplex City, inviting Lesnar to inflict as much punishment as possible. The Lunatic Fringe brazenly stated that he would survive Lesnar’s worst at Fastlane and move onto WrestleMania and dethrone Triple H as World Heavyweight Champion. As Ambrose walked out of the ring, Lesnar and Heyman couldn’t help but smile, wondering if the Intercontinental Champion was as crazy as they say, or stupid enough to break their newly minted commandment.
Roman Reigns & Dean Ambrose def. WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day (Non-Title Match)
Seeking to drive a wedge between the close friends ahead of the WWE Fastlane main event, Stephanie McMahon put Reigns and Ambrose into this battle with the WWE Tag Team Champions. The New Day took time before the Raw main event to call out The Rock after last week’s memorable encounter. Kofi Kingston, Big E and Xavier Woods promised that they would send a message to The Great One by leaving The Rock’s cousin and The Rock’s cousin’s best friend laying.
Reigns and Ambrose did not take The New Day’s threat lightly. The brothers-in-arms brought the fight to the WWE Tag Team Champions, forcing them to scramble out of the ring as The Big Dog loaded up for the Superman Punch. The New Day’s numbers advantage eventually paid off, as Big E gained the upper hand on Reigns, slamming him into the ringside barricade. The wily Ambrose briefly took control of the bout, but Woods dropkicked him to keep The New Day on offense. The Lunatic Fringe finally tagged Reigns back in, sending The Big Dog on a tear through The New Day. Though Big E slammed him onto the announcer’s table, Reigns recovered to take out Kingston with a Superman Punch, leaving Ambrose to hit Dirty Deeds on Big E to earn the victory.
There was no respite for the friends after the bell, as Brock Lesnar burst onto the scene. The distraction from The Beast allowed The New Day to blindside Ambrose and Reigns. The fray took Reigns out of the ring, leaving Ambrose alone in the ring with Lesnar. The Lunatic Fringe felt The Beast Incarnate’s fury, as he crashed into the canvas thanks to a devastating F-5. Ambrose may have been unafraid of Lesnar at the start of Raw, but he might think twice before invoking Brock Lesnar’s wrath again as WWE Fastlane draws near.