Ambrose is a guest on Talk is Jericho to discuss scripted promos in WWE.
A lot of guys come out and they do the exact same thing, are in the exact same mood and have the exact same entrance every night… I really just make up a lot of crap as I go along. The first time that somebody handed me a sheet of paper with a promo on it, it was like a ‘throw up in your mouth’ kind of moment. And it’s not like their fault, you know? It’s not the writers’ fault. But if was my world, there would be no written promos, there’d be no scripts… That wouldn’t be a thing.
WWE announces Ambrose will take on Kane in singles competition on the show’s Wednesday, November 26th edition. The program airs at 7:00 pm on the WWE Network.
WWE announces the first official match for the TLC pay-per-view on December 14th will be Ambrose vs Wyatt in a Tables, Ladders and Chairs match.
Ambrose is a guest on the Sam Roberts Wrestling Show to discuss if Daniel Bryan and Roman Reigns being injured has created an opening for him in the main event scene in WWE.
Injuries are always unfortunate and sometimes if things are spread a little thinner, you might have to put more work on your plate that night because the show must go on. I’m not trying to take anyone’s spot in the business. I’m trying to have my own spot that no one can take because it’s my spot, it’s my thing. I’m trying to do my thing, not really worried about where everybody else is. But stuff happens and you just have to roll with the punches.
Ambrose talks to NJ.com about the Authority and preparing for matches.
I listen to some Hank Williams before I go out. I tell some jokes. I have fun. I don’t waste too much energy thinking about it – I like to save that all for the ring. The calmest part of my day is right before a match.
Ambrose returns to WWE at Night of Champions to confront Rollins. Ambrose runs through the arena to attack Rollins and continues the beating until security pulls them apart.
WWE reports that Ambrose has gone missing. This angle is to write Ambrose off of weekly television while he works on his new film project.
At the time of bringing him backstage, he was responsive and was refusing transport to a local medical facility for further evaluation. He had removed the straps and surgical collar, said he refused to go and we haven’t seen him since.
WWE Films announce new film project, Lockdown. The film will be co-produced by Lionsgate and will star WWE superstar, Dean Ambrose. The film will follow a police officer who finds himself trapped inside his own precinct and hunted after crooked cops stop at nothing to recover incriminating evidence of illegal activities against those closest to him.
Ambrose sits down for an interview with RVAMag.com. He discusses Money in the Bank and Seth Rollins.
You know, it’s one of those things where a lot is at stake and you might have to take a big risk to get up that ladder. There’s a lot in play. Lots of metal, high heights, and a lot of players in the game. It’s a very unpredictable situation. You just have to go into with no fear and no reservations. You just have to go for it. You got to pick your spots and be smart though.
Ambrose defeats Henry in single’s competition on WWE Main Event to retain the United States Championship. Ambrose picks up the pinfall victory at eleven minutes and two seconds.
Ambrose talks to TheClassical,org about who he travels with on the road and who he’d like to work with.
I travel with The Shield. We keep it very tight and travel together. I’ll travel with Claudio [Castagnoli] sometimes—Antonio Cesaro. I get along with pretty much everybody. I’m really easy to get along with.
Ambrose talks to Onnit on coming into WWE’s main roster and working with The Undertaker.
By the time we actually got through sitting in Tampa for a while, we had all been down there for a long time… but by the time we were at like, we’re at Wrestlemania, we’re on the main stage, we’re doing our thing, because we got thrown right into the fire really quickly. We had a good little act with three rookies, and they just threw us right out there with the main eventers.
Langston defeats Ambrose in single’s competition at WWE Hell in a Cell. Langston retains the United States Championship when the match ends via count out (Ambrose) at eight minutes and forty seconds.
Ambrose retains the WWE United States Championship by defeating Ziggler in singles competition at Night of Champions. Ambrose picks up the pinfall victory at nine minutes and forty-five seconds.
Van Dam defeats Ambrose via disqualification at Summerslam after interference from Reigns at thirteen minutes and forty-five seconds. Due to the terms of the loss, Ambrose retains the United States Championship.
Rhodes obtains the Money in the Bank contract briefcase, guaranteeing him a World Heavyweight Championship title match sometime over the next year. Rhodes grabs the briefcase hanging above the ring to claim the victory.
Ambrose defeats Kingston in singles competition at Extreme Rules to obtain the WWE United States Championship. Ambrose scores the pinfall victory after delivering a headlock driver on Kingston.
Wyatt defeats Ambrose in a singles competition Tables, Ladders and Chairs match in the main event at WWE TLC on pay-per-view. Wyatt picks up the victory after hitting a “Sister Abigail” at twenty-six minutes and forty seconds.
Rollins, Reigns and Ambrose make their first appearance as The Shield at WWE Survivor Series by running in through the crowd to attack Ryback during the evening’s WWE Championship triple threat match. The trio put Ryback trough the announcer’s table with a set up powerbomb.
Ambrose is born in Cincinnati, Ohio. He develops an early interest in professional wrestling and begins working for Heartland Wrestling Association selling popcorn and setting up the ring before beginning his training to become a wrestler there.