The most dominant faction in WWE history is making what the company is calling their “last stand” this Sunday night (April 21) in Moline, Illinois.
Versus Baron Corbin, Bobby Lashley & Drew McIntyre not be the match many fans dreamed The Shield would end their run with. But it is one all involved turned into a memorable, emotional affair when they did it at Fastlane in March. So we better make our peace with it.
Because while cynics and dreamers may think Dean Ambrose leaving WWE is a work, or that the company won’t be able to resist putting him with Seth Rollins & Roman Reigns for another match or two before the end of the month when his contract is up, Rollins says this really is the end of the road for the Hounds of Justice.
For a while, anyway...
I’m pretty stoked about this weekend. Taking the black one more time with my boys...and in my own backyard. We’ve had a lot of “lasts” lately, I know, but I promise this really is the end for a while. #WWEStLouis #WWESpringfield #WWEMoline #ShieldsFinalChapter https://t.co/kJiEDYWjds— Seth Rollins (@WWERollins) April 19, 2019
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