WWE's European tour kicked off last night in Glasgow and it's safe to say it went the worst possible way for The Shield.
Despite picking up the win over Randy Orton in a steel cage match following a devastating spear, Roman looked worse for wear following the match.
There was a spot in the match where Roman was going for the spear and Orton tried to counter with his vintage body slam but the two clashed heads and Roman had the skin above his eye ripped open.
Ever the professional the Samoan continued the match where he hit a Superman Punch but completely dropped to the ground as though he was out of it and tried to crawl to the door to escape, but Triple came running down to the ring and hit him in the face with the door before involving himself in the match.
Batista also made his way to the ring but remained at ringside as Curtis Axel and Ryback made their presence known and started the beat down on Roman but Dean Ambrose ran straight in and climbed the cage whilst Seth Rollins took out Batista at ringside.
Dean fought of Axel and Ryback before Seth himself finished with Batista and climbed the cage and in true Rollins style swan dived from the top corner of the cage taking everyone out but Dean still received an RKO from Randy Orton but the distraction allowed Roman to hit the spear for the win.
The Shield came out on top despite five men trying to attack the three of them again, but much like Monday Night on Raw they defied the odds and came out on top in Scotland.
The powerhouse looked well and truly out of it after the match and tweeted a picture of the cut about his eye after saying: "Good story behind this..."
It looked much like the cut below his eye that Big E caused late last year when he needed stitches and it seems he certainly will again, but will probably need more this time because the cut looks a lot bigger and a lot deeper.
The Shield are just two weeks shy of a re-match from Extreme Rules as they tackle Evolution again at next months Payback. Hopefully Roman will be healed enough for Monday night Raw live from London next week and The Shield can continue the build up to the highly anticipated clash.
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