An Idea Concerning Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns...

Discussion in 'General WWE' started by The GOAT, Aug 6, 2014.

  1. This idea might not and probably won't happen, but I'm gonna throw it out there anyway:

    Say that Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns remain undefeated at Wrestlemania for the time being. They've won their first two Mania matches as a team and there's still a good chance that they could win all three of their singles matches next year as well (whoever those might be against.) I mean, we all pretty much figure that Reigns is getting the main event push and is walking away with the championship next year, so we know he's good. Let's assume that Ambrose and Rollins are, too.

    In that case, they could meet at the next year's Wrestlemania or the year after (that would be WM32 or 33), in a triple-threat match that may or may not be for the WWE Championship. It'd be cool to see all three men walking in undefeated on the grand stage to face one another in a match that will once and for all determine who the greatest member of their former unit The Shield is, in what ends up being the first loss at Wrestlemania for two of them at the hands of their former teammate.
     
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  2. Could work well especially if all three continue to rise like they are. Obviously Reigns is the top dog of the three at the minute but two years down the line who knows could be a big push for Ambrose or Rollins in the future if it plays out correct.
     
  3. In regards to WM 32 and 33, I could see Bray Wyatt and Roman Reigns being top priority.
    Money in the Bank, and the Monday there after, seem to be a prime time to establish new talent.
    With all three Shield members made men by 32 and 33, I doubt WWE would put three established young talents in one match.
    WWE would make more bang for their buck by pitting Rollins/Kenta, Ambrose/Devitt and so forth.

    Reigns/Wyatt will at least main event 33 but I could even see Cena doing the job to Ambrose possible. Having all three Shield members in one match seems like a waste with no pay off. Nice idea though
     
  4. I'd be fine with this. They are probably going to all win next year anyway, and by 32 they will all be solidified main eventers save for injuries of course so I don't see why not.
     
  5. Awesome Idea! I'd be down for it.