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“We didn’t know we would complement each other so well. Everything from what we wear, entering through the crowd, even the triple powerbomb in itself, it’s clicked and been so organic. That’s been the most exciting part. We spend so much time together, we’ve jumped the friend stage in the past year and a half and become brothers.”
The trio debuted in WWE at Survivor Series 2012, taking up the name of The Shield, black-clad advocates of justice in a WWE they believed had lost its way, and announcing themselves as the most impressive sports-entertainment trio since the days when The Fabulous Freebirds terrorized Dallas. In the months after they debuted as a united front, The Shield was literally unstoppable as a unit. They beat Ryback & Team Hell No in a Six-Man Tables, Ladders & Chairs Match at WWE TLC and bested the imposing grouping of John Cena, Sheamus & Ryback at WWE Elimination Chamber.
At WrestleMania 29, The Shield made victims of Randy Orton, Sheamus & Big Show in what was The Show of Shows debut of "The Hounds of Justice." At Extreme Rules in 2013, The Shield established themselves as WWE's most dominant trio with Ambrose capturing the United States Title and Rollins & Reigns defeating Team Hell No in a Tornado Tag Team Match to capture the Tag Team Titles.
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Forget hijacking Raw, The Authority has a bigger, more pertinent theft to deal with: Dean Ambrose’s burglary of the Money in the Bank briefcase on SmackDown, leaving The Authority’s crown prince temporarily without his golden ticket. Adding to their problems at the start of Raw was the threat of Brock Lesnar having to deal with Seth Rollins for his Night of Champions sneak attack. But Rollins put Paul Heyman’s mind to rest on that matter relatively early on by insisting he attacked The Beast Incarnate of his own accord. Yet even after The Authority did manage to make contact with Ambrose, who appeared on the TitanTron and dared Rollins to get the briefcase himself, the corporate power had to contend with one more obstacle. That would be John Cena, who stormed Triple H & Co. and sent Rollins scurrying for cover for the second straight week.
Ambrose returned Rollins' MITB briefcase
Dean Ambrose is nothing if not a generous man. Not only did the former U.S. Champion prove himself to be a true man of the people by handing out some stolen merchandise — Roman Reigns T-shirts for everyone — but he even returned Seth Rollins’ Money in the Bank briefcase. Granted, it took some intimidation from Jamie Noble and Joey Mercury — “the Cruiserweight division,” as Ambrose called them — to convince him to hand over the goods. Turns out, Ambrose just wanted the biggest audience possible for his ultimate humiliation of Rollins: The unstable Superstar had rigged the briefcase to spew green gunk all over The Aerialist’s suit (shades of another cruiserweight) while the rest of The Authority’s cronies laughed and laughed.
Ambrose & Cena def. Kane & Orton via DQ
Lesson of the night? Don’t disrespect Mr. Money in the Bank. Even when they lost, The Authority won in Raw’s main event as Seth Rollins administered his long-promised punishment to Dean Ambrose following a disqualification loss by his Authority-mates, Kane & Randy Orton, to Ambrose & John Cena. Kane and Orton certainly avenged their humiliation at Cena and Ambrose’s hands the previous week as well. After Rollins struck — moments after Ambrose planted Orton with Dirty Deeds — they took advantage of a squabble between the fan-favorites to tear the twosome apart with Chokeslams, RKOs and, as a final exclamation point, Curb Stomps for each atop the Money in the Bank briefcase itself.
Latest Smackdown Results
Dean Ambrose def. The Miz
SmackDown erupted with an Intercontinental Championship No. 1 Contender’s Battle Royal and subsequent Title Match, a WWE Tag Team Title rematch, an “expensive” brawl between Dean Ambrose and the combined forces of Kane and Seth Rollins, a highly personal “Total Divas” showdown and a giant’s quest to knock The Hero of the Russian Federation down to size. Despite the emergence of Seth Rollins and Kane in SmackDown’s opening contest, Dean Ambrose was able to counter The Miz’s Skull-Crushing Finale and hit Dirty Deeds for the victory over The Miz. Ambrose then singlehandedly held off the 2-on-1 assault from Rollins and Kane to steal the Money in the Bank briefcase.
Latest Network Results
'Miz TV' with special guest Dean Ambrose
The Miz began his controversial talk show in a passive-aggressive uproar over losing over his newly captioned Intercontinental Title back to Dolph Ziggler on Raw. However, when Dean Ambrose expressed his hope that The Miz didn’t feel “cheated” over the simple answers he was providing in their interview – as to what happened after Seth Rollins injured him and how he escaped the locked room the night before on Raw – the word itself triggered a tantrum by The Miz. In response, the unhinged Ambrose let loose, unleashing an assault on both Miz and “Damien Mizdow” that culminated in Dirty Deeds on the host.
Latest PPV Results
Ambrose answers Rollins' open challenge
Due to Roman Reigns’ emergency surgery just one night before Night of Champions, he was unable to compete in his match against Seth Rollins. However, after forcing official Charles Robinson to count-out Reigns and give Rollins an official win via forfeit, Mr. Money in the Bank issued an open challenge. What Rollins didn’t anticipate was the challenge being answered by the personification of chaos – Dean Ambrose. Out of action since a devastating Curb Stomp on top of cinder blocks on Raw weeks ago, Ambrose returned with a vendetta and vengeance on his mind. After exiting a yellow cab that tore into the back of the arena, Ambrose charged the ring and unleashed his rage at Rollins’ expense. Ambrose took the fight into the WWE Universe, prompting The Authority to order security to contain the madness. However, Ambrose leapt off of an entrance stage video wall first onto the entire security team and then his assault on his former Shield partner. As the one-sided brawl found its way back to the ring, Ambrose prepared to add an exclamation point in the form of a steel chair – before being tackled by security, handcuffed and removed from the arena. Although Ambrose most certainly rained on Rollins’ parade, The Authority protected by Mr. Money in the Bank, well aware that with Ambrose back, Rollins has a target on him.
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