Ambrose (real name Jonathan Good) left WWE late last April following seven stunning years with the wrestling giants that saw him winning the WWE Championship and becoming a Grand Slam Champion.
Reports suggest The Lunatic Fringe departed from Vince McMahon’s promotion because he was frustrated with the booking he was receiving and the direction of his character.
The ex-WWE Champion is set to continue his wrestling career elsewhere as he released an ominous and dark teaser showing him readopting his old hardcore gimmick of Jon Moxley.
However, Moxley’s next home is unknown as there have been many rumours suggesting he could go to any rival promotion like All Elite Wrestling, Impact Wrestling or New Japan Pro Wrestling.
The only thing certain about Ambrose’s future is that he will be starring at Cagefighter where he will be playing WWE star Randy Stone who is crossing over to MMA.
The plot is about celebrated champion Reiss, that will be played by former Harry Potter actor-turned-MMA fighter Josh Herdman, and his shock loss in a heavily-promoted match against Stone that delivers a devastating blow to his life.
Former EastEnders star Michelle Ryan will also be featured in the film as will UFC greats Anderson Silva, Georges St Pierre and Alexander Gustafsson.
The film will be directed by Jesse Quinones and will be produced by Lorianne Hall with Trilight Entertainment’s Shayne Putzlocher and Anamorphic Media’s Sara Shaak.
WWE legend and two-time world champion Christian (real name Jay Reso) will be the executive producer.
Ambrose has shown some impressive acting skills in WWE thanks to his explosive and ominous promos that led to stunning encounters with the likes of Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns, AJ Styles and more.
The Moral Compass’ impressive career took off in 2012 when he joined the main roster from NXT along with Reigns as well as Rollins and formed the legendary Shield stable.
The popular trio ran roughshod in WWE for two years as they won major titles and took out WWE greats like The Undertaker, John Cena, The Rock and many more.
When The Hounds of Justice broke up the hardcore competitor embarked on a successful Singles career that saw him becoming WWE, Intercontinental and RAW Tag Team Champion – he also won the US Championship during his time with The Shield.
Ambrose’s last WWE match took place at the WWE Network special show The Shield’s Final Chapter that saw him, Rollins and Reigns beating the daunting trio of Drew McIntyre, Bobby Lashley and Baron Corbin.
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