WWE superstar Dean Ambrose believes The Shield will dominate the industry for the next 10 years, reports wrestlinginc.com.
The Shield, who are represented by Ambrose, Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins, debuted in the company in November 2012 and have gone from strength-to-strength over the past year.
However, in recent time, a few cracks have appeared between the trio, but Ambrose - who is the current United States Champion - has insisted that the group will stick together.
Speaking to TheReminder.com, Ambrose said: "On the real, from the day we started this and had this opportunity, it was 'O.K., screw everybody else in the world. We're going to take over this company and this business for the next 10 years, whatever it is.
"We'll fight whatever battles we need to fight together and we'll stick together and have each other's backs in circumstances.' It was an all-for-one, one-for-all mentality. And we've done that and it's been successful."
Ambrose also compared The Shield to the likes of the Guns N' Roses and insisted that the group can produce the magic when in the ring.
He continued by saying: "I think you see that and it comes off as very real, cause it is real. Does that mean we have to be finishing each other's sentences and smiling and happy, high fiving all the time? No. Did Guns N' Roses like each other every night? No. Did the Kinks like each other? No. Ray Davies and his brother hated each other, but onstage, magic.
"As long as the three of us can get to the ring together, that magic that happens when all three of us are together is going to happen, whether we were arguing about who gets to sit in the front seat earlier in the night. By the time we get out in front of the audience, that magic's going to happen."
It remains to be seen as to whether The Shield will continue to grow in the coming months and years, but wrestling fans will certainly be watching the developments between the group closely.
The Shield and the 'Wrestling Universe' will currently be focussing on the build-up to WrestleMania XXX which takes place at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana on April 6.