On this page you’ll find all merchandize cards from Dean Ambrose that were published in 2017 and that I actually own. I don’t copy & paste pictures from all around the internet. So chances are that these aren’t all cards available. If you like to suggest one or more cards for me to complete my collection, just give me a hint in the commentary section on this page. Thanks in advance!


Text and facts from the reverse side:

  • topps | Road to WrestleMania | Roster card no. WMR-13
  • Dean Ambrose | Superstar

“The Lunatic Fringe” has been a constant at WrestleMania since the days of The Shield, and though his 2-2 record thus far at The Showcase Of The Immortals doesn’t paint the best picture of his performances, Ambrose has had incredibly strong showings of pure guts, none of which was more pronounced than his WrestleMania 32 match with Brock Lesnar. Ambrose’s wild side and tendency towards reckless abandon may have led him to biting off more than he can chew at times, but it’s all part of the twisted game that Ambrose plays, where he puts his body through ever-increasing levels of pain just to see how far he can push himself.


Text and facts from the reverse side:

  • topps | Road to WrestleMania | card no. 2
  • RAW 12/21/15
  • Dean Ambrose defeats Sheamus in a Steel Cage match

With a match set for the December 21, 2015 edition of Raw between Dean Ambrose and Sheamus inside a steel cage, one would have assumed that the Superstars would have felt secure that there would be no interruption. The League of Nations, however, wanted to be double sure that Ambrose would be going it alone, and took out The Usos before the match. Once the match began, The League made their presence felt, at one point blocking Ambrose from escaping the steel confines. Late in the match, Roman Reigns came out as the equalizer, and helped Ambrose to a dramatically close victory.


Text and facts from the reverse side:

  • topps | Road to WrestleMania | card no. 3
  • SmackDown 12/22/15
  • Dean Ambrose defeats Dolph Ziggler and Kevin Owens in a Triple Threat match

With the holiday season quickly approaching, WWE’s leadership was in a giving mood, well, at least as far as two Superstars were concerned, with Dolph Ziggler and Kevin Owens given entry into a Triple Threat Match for the Intercontinental Championship. Not receiving a “holiday bonus”, however, was Dean Ambrose, who was forced to defend his gold against the two hungry Superstars; yet it was Ambrose’s night to be certain. With a flurry of offence that included tossing Christmas presents at one another, the triple-threat action was hotter than a chestnut over an open fire; but Ambrose came out on top after hitting Dirty Deeds on Ziggler.


Text and facts from the reverse side:

  • topps | Road to WrestleMania | card no. 9
  • Royal Rumble 1/24/16
  • Dean Ambrose defeats Kevin Owens in a Last Man Standing match

If you were asked to name the toughest Superstars in WWE today, two names that would come to the top of your list would be Dean Ambrose and Kevin Owens, and the two proved their mettle by stepping foot in the ring for one of sports entertainment’s most taxing contests, the Last Man Standing Match. At stake was the Intercontinental Championship, once held by Owens and now on the shoulder of “The Lunatic Fringe”. The match was every bit as damaging to each Superstar as one might expect, with Owens coming up short in his bid to regain the gold, after Ambrose put him through two tables.


Text and facts from the reverse side:

  • topps | Road to WrestleMania | card no. 28 (bronze frame)
  • Fastlane 2/21/16
  • Roman Reigns & Dean Ambrose powerbomb Brock Lesnar through a table

During their Number One Contender’s Match at Fastlane 2016, Brock Lesnar, Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns fought valiantly to get the upper hand. It seemed, though, that no one Superstar was going to get the advantage. Instead, two – the former Shield members – decided that the best way either was going to gain the upper hand was if they worked together to eliminate “The Beast Incarnate”. With all three Superstars outside the ring, Reigns and Ambrose teamed up to put Lesnar through one of the announcer desks, then later in the match, when Lesnar began to stir, did the same thing again.


Text and facts from the reverse side (both cards):

  • topps | Road to WrestleMania | card no. 32 (common card / bronze frame)
  • Raw 2/22/16
  • Dean Ambrose challenges Brock Lesnar to a No Holds Barred match

It’s interesting how a rivalry will start, at times, rather innocuously as a result of circumstance. In the case of Dean Ambrose and Brock Lesnar, the bitter feelings commenced when the pair were inserted into a Number One Contender’s Match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Ambrose, who had been targeted by Lesnar and Paul Heyman, wasn’t ever one to sit back and let intimidation happen, so instead “The Lunatic Fringe” became more and more active in his taunting of “The Beast Incarnate”, which led to a challenge for a No Holds Barred Match at WrestleMania 32.


Text and facts from the reverse side:

  • topps | Road to WrestleMania | card no. 35 (bronze frame)
  • Raw 2/29/16
  • Triple H and The League of Nations assault Dean Ambrose

The “Leap Year Day” edition of Raw was a busy one for The League of Nations. First, the band of international brothers took on and defeated The Lucha Dragons early in the night. The proceedings for The Authority sympathizers, however, were just getting started, as one of the League members was later put into a match with Dean Ambrose. The match quickly became a setup for Ambrose to be taken out by Triple H, who came down to the ring and obliterated “The Lunatic Fringe” with help from The League of Nations, then answering a challenge from Ambrose for a WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match at Roadblock 2016.


Text and facts from the reverse side:

  • topps | Road to WrestleMania | card no. 39
  • Raw 3/7/16
  • Dean Ambrose takes on Triple H

With their WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match just days away at Roadblock 2016, Triple H and Dean Ambrose took advantage of the March 6, 2016 Raw to exchange barbs and shots at one another. “The Game” however, got the upper hand by making a match between his rival and Bray Wyatt. The match between Wyatt and Ambrose was nothing short of another classic battle between the two nemeses, but the action really got interesting once Triple H interjected himself. Attempting to do some harm to Ambrose, “The Game” entered the ring, but instead was met with Dirty Deeds from “The Lunatic Fringe”.


Text and facts from the reverse side:

  • topps | Road to WrestleMania | card no. 45 (bronze frame)
  • SmackDown 3/24/16
  • Brock Lesnar conquers Dean Ambrose and The Wyatt Family

Time was rapidly evaporating on the countdown clock to WrestleMania 32 when Brock Lesnar returned to SmackDown on March 24, 2016. Furthering the declaration of war against Dean Ambrose, Lesnar, along with Paul Heyman, taunted “The Lunatic Fringe” until The Wyatt Family appeared. Though Lesnar seemingly had the Wyatts handled, Ambrose came out to ensure that his WrestleMania opponent wouldn’t end up on the losing end of the brawl. Big mistake. Once the Wyatts were cleared from the ring, Lesnar grabbed Ambrose and hit an F-5, walking out of SmackDown with a big smile on his face.


Text and facts from the reverse side:

  • topps | card no. 80
  • Payback 5/1/16
  • Dean Ambrose defeats Chris Jericho

With WrestleMania 32 in the books, Dean Ambrose and Chris Jericho met for one of their first encounters at Payback 2016. The two talented Superstars felt they had a lot to prove going into Money in the Bank season. Though both had long lists of accolades, the opportunity to step up big as the new WWE year began was all the motivation they needed to bring their respective “A” games to pay-per-view (let alone their burgeoning hatred of one another). The match was every bit as competitive as one would expect, but it was Ambrose who had his hand raised in victory at the end of the night.


Text and facts from the reverse side:

A battle of WWE talk show hosts was all set for Extreme Rules 2016, as Chris Jericho looked to avenge his loss to Dean Ambrose at Payback 2016. The battle of words and fists between the two Superstars took place this time in the first-ever Asylum Match, which featured a variety of implements hanging off a steel cage. The match was second nature to Ambrose, but equally not intimidating to Jericho, who has been in virtually every type of match in his WWE career. Still, Ambrose was right at home in the Asylum, and came away with the victory, showing supremacy over his bitter rival.


Text and facts from the reverse side:

The Money in the Bank Match at the namesake special event has become one of WWE’s most anticipated contests every year, and 2016 was no exception. With Dean Ambrose, Alberto Del Rio, Cesaro, Chris Jericho, Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn competing, it seemed that anyone could walk away with the coveted MITB briefcase and a guaranteed WWE World Heavyweight Championship contract. The match was as highly competitive as its predecessors, with several Superstars seemingly having victory in hand; but in the end it was “The Lunatic Fringe” who climbed the ladder to ultimate success.


Text and facts from the reverse side:

If one alumnus of The Shield could win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at Money in the Bank 2016, why couldn’t two? Perhaps this was Dean Ambrose’s thinking as he snuck into the ring following Seth Rollins’ victory over Roman Reigns in the evening’s main event. Earlier in the night, Ambrose won the Money in the Bank briefcase and now used it to clock Rollins, and soon after cashed it in to claim his first WWE World Heavyweight Championship. It was a fitting end to the unique night, as in the space of just 10 minutes, each member of The Shield was WWE World Heavyweight Champion.


Text and facts from the reverse side:

With the WWE Draft splitting up the former Shield members, Battleground 2016 was set to be of utmost importance, as the winner of the Triple Threat main event match would bring the WWE World Heavyweight Championship back to their brand. Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns and defending champion Dean Ambrose all walked in with confidence and drive, but only one Superstar was going to walk out victorious. The match was every bit as intense as one would expect from The Shield alumni, but in the end it was Ambrose hitting Dirty Deeds on Reigns for the victory, retaining his WWE World Championship.


Text from the obverse side:

  • Dean Ambrose
  • Authentic Autograph
  • Limited Card no. 36/50 (blue background)

Text from the reverse side:

Congratulations! You now own an Authentic Dean Ambrose Autograph Card


Text from the obverse side:

  • Dean Ambrose
  • WrestleMania
  • Authentic Mat Relic

Text from the reverse side:

Congratulations! You now own an Authentic WrestleMania 32 event-used mat relic!


2016 | Back to main page | 2018

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