When Dean Ambrose shockingly left WWE, many fans had a lot of questions regarding his future and what that would mean for the landscape of WWE, and one of the biggest questions was in regards to The Shield.
Jack Swagger has possibly spilled the beans on Dean Ambrose's future, seemingly confirming that the former WWE star will be heading to AEW as Jon Moxley.
Dean Ambrose wasted no time appearing as Jon Moxley following the expiration of his WWE contract at the end of April.
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Dean Ambrose is gone from WWE but thanks to a video that dropped on social media Tuesday night, Jon Moxley is back!
Dean Ambrose's WWE contract is now expired, and after deciding not to sign a new deal, "The Lunatic" is a free agent and can go wherever he pleases.
Having wrestled his final match with The Shield - and with his contract expiring this month - Dean Ambrose will leave the WWE any day now.
Departing WWE star Dean Ambrose has refused to get drawn into answering questions about his future but has said that he's "cashing in his chips" and "walking away from the table".
The Shield's "Final Chapter" takes place on Sunday evening, and after that, it's likely we won't see Dean Ambrose anymore with his contract expiring.
A.J. Styles teamed up with Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns in the main event of Monday Night Raw in Montreal, where they defeated Bobby Lashley, Baron Corbin and Drew McIntyre - but perhaps the best part of the came went the show went off air.
Dean Ambrose has reportedly been offered a massive $6 million per year contract by AEW as he prepares to leave WWE.
Dean Ambrose seemingly made his final appearance in WWE on last week's episode of Monday Night Raw, but "The Lunatic" might have a few more appearances before he leaves for good.
Dean Ambrose may have wrestled his last match on Raw this week, but it wasn't the last the WWE Universe saw of him.
You may recall that WWE was once planning an intergender match between former Raw Women's Champion Nia Jax and former WWE Champion Dean Ambrose, but the planned fight wound up being scrapped.
As we inch ever closer to Dean Ambrose's WWE departure, Roman Reigns has made one last plea in an attempt to get his friend to stay.
Dean Ambrose is leaving the WWE for good once his contract expires following WrestleMania 35, and the former WWE Champion may be already exploring other opportunities.