The Shield is officially back on Monday Night RAW.
After the opening segment of this week’s Fastlane go-home edition of RAW, Dean Ambrose shrugged off the idea of reforming The Shield.
Ambrose had a match with Elias later on the show, thus saying that he was preoccupied and had to handle his business on his own.
After Elias scored a victory over The Moral Compass, Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins walked out to address their brother.
Amidst “Shield” chants, Rollins said,
“We gotta do this together, we only got one more shot to do this the right way.”
Ambrose walked around the squared circle and then left through the crowd.
The former WWE Champion was stopped in his tracks by Baron Corbin, Bobby Lashley and Drew McIntyre who popped up to taunt the Hounds of Justice.
McIntyre remarked that they would’ve offered an epic match at Fastlane only if The Shield deserved it, further declaring that the heels plan to end things right then.
The Big Dog and The Kingslayer fought valiantly but were outnumbered. Re-enter The Moral Compass.
Ambrose smashed through the heels as the babyfaces cleared house.
Roman and Seth put their fists out waiting for Dean to join.
After walking around and shaking his head in his (somewhat) old-style lunatic fashion, Ambrose thrust his fist forward as the Wells Fargo Center witnessed the reunion of The Shield.
Soon after, WWE officially announced that The Shiled will collide with the team of Corbin, McIntyre and Lashley this Sunday at Fastlane.
What’s interesting is that both Reigns and Rollins addressed Ambrose’s upcoming WWE exit on TV in their pursuit to reunite the faction.
As reported earlier, Dean was to leave WWE post-WrestleMania 35 but the recent belief backstage is that he has been convinced to re-sign a new deal with the company.