The landscape of the WWE changed big time during the last week. The Superstar Shakeup took place which was a mini version of the WWE Draft to bring on a massive change on both Raw and Smackdown Live roster.
Some of the major names like Dean Ambrose, The Miz, Bray Wyatt, Charlotte, Alexa Bliss, Mickie James, Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn shifted from their home brand.
This is supposed to bring on some major fresh feuds on both the rosters, going forward. One of the most notable thing from this shakeup was that all the former three members of the Shield are now part of Monday Night Raw. Ever since last week’s Raw went off the air, fans are speculating about the inevitable Shield reunion.
To fuel things up, all the three members, Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns posted on Facebook teasing the reunion. Take a look at the updates on their official page.
Now, with all of the Hounds of Justice being well aware of the reunion, it will take place in future. WWE is not unknown to the fact that the fans always wanted to see these three coming together, once again. In fact, this might be the only way by virtue of which Roman Reigns can be cheered on.
But, that program will be on hold as per the latest updates. WWE is not looking forward to involving them into a storyline in the near future. Rather, they are focused on building their legacy as the singles superstars on the flagship brand.
It was reported by IWNerd.com that the fans have to wait a bit longer to see the most dominant force that once took over the WWE. The source suggested that the company is still going with the idea of Roman Reigns vs. Brock Lesnar at Wrestlemania 34 to make the former one the face of the company.
So, the push towards Reigns is not going to end anytime soon.
On the other hand, Seth Rollins will continue his stint as the prime babyface on the roster.
An expected heel turn from the Intercontinental champion, Dean Ambrose is possibly reserved so that he can renew his rivalry with Rollins. This time it will be more interesting since the characters will be reserved.