The tectonic plates of professional wrestling are beginning to shift and an underdog force is going 'All-Elite' to push them along, with their sheer force of will and passion. All Elite Wrestling's Double or Nothing was an unprecedented success. The show, from start to bottom, delivered everything that was missing from Vince McMahon's billion dollar company.
All the matches were successful in blending quality narrative with impeccable in-ring action. While all the bouts felt faultless, Jon Moxley's blockbuster return to the squared circle has coerced the non-believers into believing, that this so-called "T-Shirt company" is ready for war. Jon Moxley, popularly known as The Shield's henchman, Dean Ambrose ruled the roost around WWE, with Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins for almost a decade.
Whilst Moxley enjoyed his fair share of success under Vince McMahon's supervision, creative limitations for his heel character coerced The Lunatic Fringe to think otherwise and move towards a different path.
After how his return transpired, one can't deny that WWE could be in panic mode behind-the-scenes, and no matter how limited his heel work was under Vince's wing, these are some of the most notable things Vinnie Mac can never take away from the former WWE Champion.
One of the most notable elements of The Shield's history in WWE was their dominance. The Hounds of Justice left no stone unturned in solidifying their positions in the company's widely recognized history.
Since Vinnie Mac set his eyes on Roman Reigns as the flag-bearer for the future, The Chairman of the Board did everything he could to catapult The Shield to the very top of the industry. Granted that all three deserved it, it was Jon Moxley aka Dean Ambrose who managed to become the first Hound of Justice to be a Grand Slam Champion.
Outshining the likes of Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins, who were always destined to gravitate the spotlight, being recognized as the first member of The Shield to become a Grand Slam Champion is an achievement Vince can never take away from Ambrose.