4 ways in which WWE can reunite the Shield one last time
The news of the week in WWE is that the Lunatic Fringe Dean Ambrose is not willing to renew his contract once it expires after Wrestlemania 35. The 33-year-old is potentially planning to try his trade in some other corners of the world.
WWE has corroborated to this claim and recently released an article stating that Ambrose would leave the company once his contract is up. While fans are speculating that this non-renewal would probably be an angle leading to Wrestlemania 35, we need to realize that in case if it is not a work, we might have seen the Shield posing together for the last time in a WWE arena.
Thus the fans of one of the greatest WWE factions of all time might be willing to see the three Hounds of Justice pose with their signature fist posture for one last time. In this article, we will be taking a look at five ways WWE could do it.
#4 A normal reunion
Similar to how Evolution reunited in the 1000th episode of Smackdown, or any other reunions, WWE could have the Hounds of Justice stand in the ring as a part of an official one-night meeting. Seth Rollins is flying in the main event, and Reigns is on a break, whereas Ambrose is in limbo, facing a potential risk of getting written out of storylines.
WWE could advertise Reigns' special return for an episode of Raw, to stand with his brothers for one last time, in a regular segment without involving any fighting. Even though that might sound a bit boring, getting something is definitely better than getting nothing. In this case, we could see the Shield together in the ring for one last time.