Dean Ambrose Reportedly Decided Not To Join Roman Reigns, History Will Be Made At Fastlane

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Why Wasn’t Dean Ambrose By Roman’s Side?

Last night on Monday Night Raw, Roman Reigns announced that he was now in remission and able to make his return to WWE in that moment, which led to a tease of a Shield reunion.

His former Shield team mate Seth Rollins was on hand to welcome Reigns back to the company, but many fans have asked why Dean Ambrose didn’t make his way out to the ring as well.

According to a report by Fightful, Dean Ambrose “made the decision to not join Rollins and Reigns in that moment” which later led to a much bigger angle where the two stars were able to save Ambrose later in the night and further tease a Shield reunion in a decision that “was made shortly after Reigns’ announcement.”

The report goes on to state that The Lunatic Fringe was quite emotional after Reigns’ speech along with a number of other members of the WWE locker room.

Ambrose is technically no longer a heel on Raw, which means that WWE could hopefully be planning a reunion before his contract comes to an end in less than five weeks time.

The Women Will Make History At Fastlane

It was announced last night on Monday Night Raw that Sasha Banks and Bayley will defend their Women’s Tag Team Championships at Fastlane against the team of Nia Jax and Tamina.

This is the first time the Women’s Tag Team Championships have been defended after they were introduced to the company at Elimination Chamber earlier this month.

The two teams have a lot of history between them but this week on Raw, Bayley was once again able to defeat Nia Jax to prove that even though Jax has been pushed as a monster over the past few months, she still has her weaknesses and the Champions have a slim chance of walking out of Fastlane with their titles.