5 Superstars who could join a stable with Paul Heyman and a heel Roman Reigns
If Brock Lesnar's advocate joins up with The Big Dawg after WrestleMania, could we see a new faction emerge in WWE?
With Brock Lesnar's future with WWE well and truly up in the air after WrestleMania 34, a lot of rumours have been emerging about what's next for The Beast Incarnate and, particularly, for his advocate and his foe on the Grandest Stage of Them All.
One particularly interesting rumour is that they could indeed join forces, and potentially even create a new faction.
So, today, I'm running down five names who could definitely join the pair and become an incredible force within WWE.
#5 Dean Ambrose and/or Seth Rollins
Okay, so I said five, but I'm lumping these two together and getting them out the way quickly - purely as I believe they're the most obvious, but also a very unrealistic choice.
Now, I don't want you to be burdened with wondering when Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins will appear in this list - so they're the first Superstars I mentioned.
Would this be awesome? Sure. Everyone loves the Shield and, after viril meningitus to Reigns and a subsequent injury halted the reunion in 2017, there's every chance WWE may return to this.
With Paul Heyman in charge? Possibly not, but that would be pretty awesome, too. I think, if Roman Reigns is in a faction in 2018, it will NOT be The Shield - purely as I believe Dean Ambrose will come back as The Lunatic Fringe and turn on one of his brethren immediately.
As for Seth Rollins, it looks like WWE may be set on him vs Finn Balor in a rivalry for the Intercontinental Championship if Miz takes some time off for the birth of his child after WrestleMania. Now Balor Club could use some competition, so it is an option - however, an unlikely one to have the Universal Champion interfering in the Intercontinental Title picture.
This is all speculative,but let's get The Shield out of the way and move on to some more surprising options...