It's pretty common knowledge that The Shield could potentially be looking at a split in the not-too-distant future.
Roman Reigns looks like he is going to take his spearing antics solo, leaving partners Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins in limbo as to their futures in a post-Shield WWE universe.
Well Rollins spoke out about any possible break-up and derided the opinion that it would be for the better.
Speaking to Eric Goldman of IGN, Rollins said he still thought the group could get even better.
"I think there's a lot of life left in The Shield, especially with the different direction the crowd has taken on with us," Rollins explained.
"I think there's a long way to go for us as a group -- as individuals as well. There's no reason we can't advance in both situations. I think people assume that for whatever reason there's an exclusivity to being a single star and a great stable.
But for me it's never about that. We can all grow as individuals, and we can all be big stars in our own right. The Shield can be as big as it's ever been. It doesn't have to be one or the other."
Rollins was dead on about where he stood in regards to the stable ending. The Shield's fights are always one of the most anticipated on any card at the moment and breaking that up now just doesn't make much sense.
Rumours abound that they could be set for a heel turn after Extreme Rules however, where they will face off against Triple H, Randy Orton, and Batista; collectively known as Evolution, who were the most dominant of their generation.