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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SmackDown Spoilers for October 15th, 2015
Published by: · Date: 2015/10/14 · Filed Under: Smackdown, Spoilers

After kicking off Monday Night RAW, Dean is in action again on Thursday Night SmackDown. Click on the link below to see what he’s up to!

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RAW Results & Media | October 12th, 2015
Published by: · Date: 2015/10/13 · Filed Under: Images, RAW Results, Videos, WWE

With the Authority delayed by a flight, the lunatics are running the asylum. So what better way than for Dean Ambrose to kick off RAW? He does it in style, pulling out the Vince McMahon classic ‘Welcome to Monday Night RAW’ and then telling us he’s here for a fight. A call answered by Randy Orton, but not because he wants a battle. Because he has news for Dean. Orton informs him that at Hell in a Cell they’ll be teaming up to take on the hair-raising team of Braun Strowman and Luke Harper. That’s definitely news to Dean and while he relishes the opportunity to inflict violence upon the Wyatts again, he’s not so sure about trusting his partner. There’s not many people in the world he does trust, after all. Randy says he doesn’t even trust himself most days but they have a common enemy and that’s enough. The pair of them arguing about who would be better suited to lead the charge, when they’re both interrupted by the rowdy New Day.

Xavier, Big E and Kofi Kingston stalling the proceedings to gloat over their victories on last weeks RAW, and mock Dean and Randy for their ‘unsuccessful’ teams in the past. The Shield would probably have a lot to say about that, but for now Kane appears and tells them they’re in a match against Randy and Dean, right now. Dean’s certainly up for shoving that trumpet somewhere unpleasant.

Ambrose starts things out and quickly takes control, leading in to a game of one-upmanship between he and Randy as they toy with the New Day and challenge each other. Who’s the better man? Does it matter as long as they work together and win? Eventually New Day turn things around on Randy and have the Viper clawing for a tag on Dean, they keep him grounded however and Dean riles up the crowd. Ortons eventually able to get a tag and Dean comes in guns blazing, taking out every member of New Day with a daredevil suicide dive and taking to the turnbuckles for his elbow drop. But Big E stops him in his tracks with a vicious slam and Dean scrambles for a tag. It’s to be their undoing as Randy comes in and takes a little too long setting up his RKO, the numbers game catching up and with some clever timing, The New Day steal the victory out from under Orton. Dean isn’t too impressed. Can he really rely on his new partner?

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Video: RAW Fallout
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Before WWE Hell in a Cell takes over on WWE Network, Randy Orton & Dean Ambrose will team to battle Bray Wyatt’s gargantuan disciples, Luke Harper & Braun Strowman, on the Hell in a Cell Kickoff.

The Viper became unwittingly swept up in Ambrose and Roman Reigns’ war with The Wyatt Family last month when Wyatt, Harper & Strowman ambushed him in an effort to thin out Ambrose and Reigns’ options for allies.

With The Big Dog set to fight The Eater of Worlds inside Hell in a Cell on Oct. 25, The Lunatic Fringe and WWE’s Apex Predator are left to form a potent, if makeshift, force against The New Face of Destruction and The New Face of Desolation. The firepower of an Orton/Ambrose combination is not in question, though it remains to be seen whether the headstrong Viper and the out-of-control Ambrose can match the solidary of Wyatt’s swamp monsters.

Few tag teams in WWE history have been as terrifying or menacing as Harper & Strowman. Harper, a former Intercontinental Champion who possesses the unwavering, unsettling stare of a madman, has always been a dangerous entity; now, he has the immense backup of Strowman, a refrigerator with a head who rag-dolls foes into unconsciousness.

Can the unbridled intensity of Ambrose & Orton overcome the sheer mass of Bray Wyatt’s sinister henchmen? Or will The New Face of Destruction and The New Face of Desolation ravage WWE’s heroes in black?

Watch the monstrous tag battle when the WWE Hell in a Cell Kickoff streams live Sunday, Oct. 25, at 7 ET/4 ET on the award-winning WWE Network, as well as on, the WWE App, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Pheed and Google.

Video: This Week In WWE – A Look at 2k16!
Published by: · Date: 2015/10/10 · Filed Under: 2K16, Videos

With the release of WWE 2k16 just a few weeks away, This Week in WWE takes a look back at the 2k16 Launch Party that happened in New York during Summerslam weekend. Check it out!

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Video: The First WWE Matches of Your Favorite Superstars
Published by: · Date: 2015/10/10 · Filed Under: Images, Videos, is featuring the first WWE matches of some superstars, including Dean. Watch a pink-haired Jon Moxley stepping inside the ring on WWE Heat against Val Venis on January 19th 2007 in the video above!

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Published by: · Date: 2015/10/07 · Filed Under: Images, Videos

Dean, Cesaro and Kevin Owens reminisce about their time on the indies and how far they’ve come. The more things change, apparently the more the stay the same! Catch replays on the Network now, or watch above!

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Article: Interview
Published by: · Date: 2015/10/07 · Filed Under: Articles have an interview up with Dean where he shares his thoughts on being under constant scrutiny in the ‘Reality Era’ of wrestling, how he hates the word “selfie”, and more, check it out!

I recently met WWE superstar Dean Ambrose at a WWE 2K16 event, and the first thing I noticed was just how alike he was in demeanor to his larger than life, on-screen persona. It’s much more muted, of course–there’s little outward sign of the ‘Lunatic Fringe’ here–but I was struck with how easily I could correlate the real person in front of me to the WWE performer and athlete. They say wrestlers are best when they play themselves, only with the volume turned way up, and Ambrose certainly fits that bill.

In our brief conversation we chatted about being a gamer, and what his thoughts were about being under constant scrutiny in the ‘Reality Era’ of wrestling. His responses were, to put it simply, perfect Ambrose.

[GameSpot] You’re wrestling in an era where secrets are much harder to keep thanks to the internet. There’s a lot of constant scrutiny on you guys. How do you cope with all that attention all the time?
[Dean Ambrose] It’s the way of the world today. A lot of people bring it on themselves–I’m not a social media guy, I don’t go on social media at all. If you don’t know me personally then you don’t get to talk to me ever. As far as I’m concerned what you see on the screen, on Monday night RAW, is the only access you get to me. So I live a pretty stress free scenario as far as that’s concerned. The internet, it is what it is. As far as letting secrets go, I find it very easy keeping secrets. I just don’t tell anyone if I don’t trust them. And the circle of people I trust is very, very small. I just keep it real like that and it makes it easier for me.

It’s a wider issue that affects the WWE in general, though. For example, someone sees Undertaker at the airport, takes a picture, and then suddenly the finish for a match that night is ruined. Do you think think this overall scrutiny makes it harder for you to present a product?
Yeah, a lot of fans kinda take the magic away. But it’s been like this for years now, where they dig and search for every little bit of info and spend so much time deciphering everything and overthinking things. That’s just an outlet for their passion for wrestling, but it does take away the magic sometimes, so I almost wish people would stop doing that. But if you take a picture of somebody and post it online, you’re an asshole.

I hate having my picture taken in general. And if I’m not allowing it… and it’s just gotten worse over time. I don’t understand pictures at airports. And I hate the word selfie. Any man that uses it needs to reevaluate a lot of their life.

I can’t imagine, I can’t get in the mind of a wrestling fan who wants to break news that spoils a surprise for somebody. Would you want a surprise spoiled? Say you saw Sting at the airport and tipped everybody off that Sting was going to make an appearance that night, and then you ruin the surprise for people who went out of the way not to get the surprise ruined. Would you want your surprised ruined? I’d be, “Don’t tell me, don’t tell me who you saw at the airport.” I like to live a spoiler-free life.

Does it ever make you wish you wrestled in a different era?
Oh yeah. Professional wrestling as I imagined it when I set out to be a pro wrestler is not the same thing as sports entertainment today. There are times I wished I was in 1983 in the Crockett territory. But the WWE today is also something that’s never been done before. Everything from the WWE network to video games, to be part of something like that and all the craziness that is the WWE today, is also cool to be a part of.

It’s not just a wrestling business now. WWE is an institution in entertainment. It truly is now like the NFL, the brand is there with them. It’s on a level it’s never been before.

So are you a gamer yourself?
I’m not a gamer in the traditional sense, but I’ve played almost every wrestling game there was. To be a part of this one–I mean, the fans are going to love it. It’s very cool to be a part of that–you can play this game at such a realistic level, and it’s such an encompassing WWE experience for a fan, that you can play this for hours and hours and never get sick of it.

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Video: Gamesradar Interview for WWE 2K16
Published by: · Date: 2015/10/06 · Filed Under: 2K16, Images, Videos

Chris Hoffman and Dean Ambrose divulge a plan to defeat the Terminator in a tag-team match.

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