In an attempt to boost ratings and maintain popularity, WWE broadcast the spectacular main event match of the Wyatt Family facing The Shield on the WWE Network on Tuesday.
And those who have signed up to the WWE Network would not have been disappointed as the great rivalry between these two stables continued to its fullest potential.
With Bray Wyatt facing John Cena and The Shield being put against Kane and The New Age Outlaws at WrestleMania XXX on Sunday, both groups of wrestlers had to wait a little longer to face each other for a third time.
Ultimately, The Shield, the eventual victors, outshone The Wyatt Family, with Bray Wyatt and his followers barely able to stand for longer than a few seconds, before one of The Shield was on their case.
The original match following the ongoing feud between the two stables was at the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view in February. This proved not only the abilities of all of the wrestlers physically, but also epitomised the absolute hatred they have for one another, with the Wyatt Family just edging out their opposition.
The rematch then came during an episode of Monday Night Raw in March which saw Seth Rollins refuse to tag Dean Ambrose and instead watch the rest of the match from the entrance following a dispute with The Shield's other members.
Ambrose and Roman Reigns were then left to defend themselves which they did well through a number of extremely powerful blows including Reigns spearing Erick Rowan over the announce table.
Their efforts though did not match up to those of the Wyatt Family, with Bray Wyatt eventually launching a Sister Abigail finisher on Ambrose before pinning him for the win.
The equality of these two factions' in terms of personality and physical presence is fascinating enough that it will remain exciting to see them face each other for as long as they continue to feud.
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