Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns attack at WWE TV taping in Grand Rapids

At first, Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns only went after Ryback at Survivor Series and Monday Night Raw. Now, the trio has attacked a couple other wrestlers at a TV taping in Grand Rapids.

Uh-oh. They're expanding their target range.

At first, Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns only had eyes for The Ryback, whom they attacked at the Survivor Series pay-per-view (PPV) event this past weekend before returning the very next night on Monday Night Raw to lay him out again.

It's made everyone assume, naturally, that the trio is out to assist Paul Heyman and CM Punk. For what reason we don't know but the assumption has always been that that is the case.

Now, though, the game has changed.

That's because the group showed up at the SmackDown tapings last night for a dark match between Santino Marella and Tyson Kidd to take both of them out for no discernible reason. WWE.com quickly posted a story on the attacks complete with video. You can watch it by clicking here or below (for as long as it lasts):

I will say I love the way they aggressively go after their victims. There's nothing methodical about these attacks. They get in there and do damage in a very short burst of fury. It's awesome.

Thoughts on what this means? Are they a new invading group out for destruction? A ripoff of the Nexus but with much better players?

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