After a bitter defeat at Summerslam you’d be forgiven for thinking Ambrose might go away and lick his wounds for a while, but that’s really not his style. As Rollins gloats in an interview early on during RAW, he finds himself on the receiving end of an unsolicited ALS Ice Bucket! Frozen to the bone Rollins turns to find the perpetrator – Ambrose – utterly unapologetic. “What?! Its for Charity!” Ambrose explains, before throwing the bucket in Seths face and launching in to an all out brawl. The two men have to be separated by backstage workers and as Ambrose is hauled away Rollins is restrained and swears he’s done with him. Later on in the night Rollins visits his parents Triple H and Kane to complain about Ambrose still being a thorn in his side. Triple H grants him a rematch and puts the stipulations in the hands of the voting fans at home. Rollins vows to ‘end it’.
As the Main Event rolls around the stipulations are announced as Falls Count Anywhere, suits Dean down to the ground. The pair barely get the bell rung before they launch in to one another and Ambrose and his hot temper quickly take control, manhandling Rollins around the ring and getting himself some much needed payback for everything that’s been done to him. The action quickly spills out of the ring and to the outside where Dean cracks his knuckles and gets to work. Beating Rollins through the crowd, on to the stage, down the ramp and back in to the ring. He introduces weapons next, grabbing chairs and kendo sticks from under the ring and going after Rollins with them in a vicious beat down That is until Rollins introduces him face first to a chair. This doesn’t hold Dean back for long though and it becomes a battle of the kendo sticks. Dean takes quite a lashing from Rollins, but he turns the tides and in true maniacal Ambrose fashion he makes Seth regret each one of those lashes. A failed pin attempt later and Dean truly begins to snap, grinning like a Cheshire cat and getting out of the ring he throws a whole hoard of chairs in to the center. Setting up Rollins for a suplex on to the metal pile from the turnbuckles, Rollins counters, turning it in to a Powerbomb and smashing Dean down on to his creation.
To Rollins’ horror, Dean kicks out of this devastating car wreck. It’s the arrival of Kane that turns the tides. Rollins turning devious, and going to the outside to grab a table, he sets it up in the ring and hauls Ambrose over to it, setting him up to curb stomp his head through the table. However it’s Dean’s turn to turn the tables as he gets to his feet and grabs Rollins, this time successfully suplexing him off of the turnbuckles and straight through the table! Once again things move to the outside and all hell breaks lose as Dean and Seth battle over the barriers and announce desks. Dean sets up Seth on the desk only to find himself in the clutches of Kane. Dean’s chokeslammed on to the desk and the plan of the Authority unravels. Kane pulling a cover off a stack of concrete blocks beside the barrier. Rollins delivers a curb stomp to Dean’s head on the table before Kane drags him down and sets him up, pinning Deans head to the concrete blocks as Rollins leaps off of the announce table and drives his head right through them. Shattered dust everywhere, Dean is out cold and possibly seriously injured. The referees call time on the match and Rollins is told he’s gone too far.
This Wednesday on the WWE Network there’ll be a special aired named ‘Journey to Summerslam: The Destruction of The Shield’. Documenting all three members of the group since the split and following their path to the biggest Pay Per View of the Summer. You can check out the preview above and we’ll have full coverage here on the site as soon as it airs!
Despite suffering what was deemed to be extensive head and spine trauma after being Curb Stomped through a pile of cinder blocks by Seth Rollins on Raw, Dean Ambrose has not only refused treatment but is reportedly missing after escaping WWE medical personnel altogether.
“As you saw during the match with Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins, toward the end of the match, Dean had sustained what we thought was pretty significant head and cervical spine trauma, so as a precaution we immobilized his neck, placed him on a stretcher and removed him from the ring area and brought him backstage,” WWE physician Dr. Chris Amann told WWE.com.
Dr. Amann went on to say that Ambrose’s exact injuries could not be determined thanks to his refusal of treatment, and further tests are impossible at this time as WWE trainers simply cannot find the notoriously unstable former U.S. Champion.
“At the time of bringing him backstage, he was responsive and was refusing transport to a local medical facility for further evaluation,” said Amann. “He had removed the straps and surgical collar, said he refused to go and we haven’t seen him since.”
Please stay with WWE.com for more on Ambrose’s condition and whereabouts.
The Lumberjack Match backfired on Dean tonight as amidst the mayhem it broke down in to, Rollins was able to snatch his briefcase and strike Ambrose around the head with it, securing himself the victory. But you can rest assured this is not over, Dean won’t let it rest until he has his revenge. Heres WWE.com’s review of the match!
LOS ANGELES — In a personal clash that had been building for months, Seth Rollins stole a victory from Dean Ambrose when their Lumberjack Match descended into chaos.
As former members of The Shield, neither Ambrose or Rollins made many friends in the WWE locker room. A lot of their enemies made up the Lumberjacks who surrounded the ring to prevent either Superstar from escaping the other. Their job was to toss either competitor back in the ring if he tried to flee.
The Lumberjacks included: The Usos, Kofi Kingston, Sin Cara, Titus O’Neil, Goldust & Stardust, Heath Slater, RVD, Cesaro, RybAxel, Damien Sandow (dressed as an actual Lumberjack), Erik Rowan, Luke Harper, Big E, Bo Dallas, R-Truth and Fandango.
As the action spilled outside the ring on a few occasions early in the bout, the Lumberjacks swiftly did their job. But when Ambrose and Rollins eventually managed to elude the lumbrjacks’ grasp, their fight continued at ringside, over the barrier and all over the sold-out STAPLES Center. In an effort to restore order, Corporate Kane emerged and ordered the Lumberjacks to retrieve both competitors.
While Ambrose was being dragged back to the ring, Rollins tried to make his escape. But The Lumberjacks hauled him back, as well. As Rollins was being returned to the ring, the unstable Ambrose recklessly dove from the top rope onto his former partner and Lumberjacks, sending bodies flying everywhere.
Once both Superstars were back in the ring, the two foes continued to fight ferociously. Ambrose struck Rollins down with a blistering clothesline, then used Rollins’ own Curb Stomp against him! But just as Ambrose was about to capitalize, Kane intervened and prevented the pinfall.
Furious with the interference, Goldust got in Kane’s face and Kane slapped him. Next, absolute bedlam broke out among the Lumberjacks, who engaged in a brawl of their own that resembled a battle royal.
After Ambrose cleared Harper and Rowan from the ring, Rollins struck Ambrose with a vicious blow to the head with his metal Money in the Briefcase to steal the pinfall.
The Summerslam WWE2K15 Roster Reveal panel just took place live on IGN.com and amongst those announced for the main roster? Dean Ambrose! As if there was a doubt. Dean’s sporting his old Shield gear in the officially released renders, however we’re hopeful his new look will be available as a Download Character in future. Reserve your copy now!
Gearing up to finally get his hands on Seth Rollins this Sunday at Summerslam, Ambrose takes another shot at Cesaro on Friday Night Smackdown. The two launching in to a typically hard hitting battle from the outset. They forgo the usual tactics of trying to wear one another down slowly but surely and instead go right for the power moves. Action quickly spilling to the outside and around the ring. The trade of blows go back and forth throughout the match, with neither man ever gaining any real advantage until a particularly nasty Tornado DDT off of the turnbuckles seems to have Cesaro down for the count. He somehow kicks out of it and goes on to nail Dean with a killer European Uppercut that looks like it’s taken Dean’s lights out in return, but his never say die attitude sees him kick out of that.
Evenly matched down to the last few seconds, Dean hits the Dirty Deeds Headlock Driver to finally secure himself the win and the momentum going in to Sunday. However his celebration doesn’t last very long as Seth Rollins comes out with something to say, and these words cut to the bone. Rollins tells on Sunday he will prove what he’s known all along, that he’s better than Dean. Better than some lunatic, bi-polar nutjob that needs locking away. He’s better than a rabid hellcat who was never his friend – never his brother – and who he never gave a damn about in the first place.
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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