LeBron James's return to Cleveland Cavaliers this past week has caused plenty of headlines across the globe. It's a decision that has left Cavaliers' fans dreaming of glory, and Miami Heat fans crying themselves to sleep.
Whatever your opinion is on LeBron James, it is hard to argue against his positive impact on the Heat during the last four seasons. He was the most important player for Miami during their four consecutive appearances in the NBA Finals.
The big three
Together with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, LeBron James formed 'the big three,' and the trio were feared across the league up until the day LeBron decided to depart for Cleveland.
This trio of Wade, Bosh and LeBron has earned plenty of plaudits and gained many comparisons with other great sporting combinations. But one that appeared out of left field this week was the comparison with WWE's The Shield.
Now back in 2010, LeBron's decision to leave Cleveland and head to Miami was greeted with an excellent remastered video in WWE style. A creative YouTube user remade the famous video of Hulk Hogan turning heel in WWE and remade it with faces of LeBron, Wade and Bosh on the wrestlers in the ring.
That particular video gained around 1.4 million views, and there is now a part two. This time the inspiration for the video is the breaking up of The Shield in WWE.
LeBron James is compared to Seth Rollins in the hilarious video below, and granted it will make you laugh, unless you're a Heat fan of course.
In the video above, LeBron (Seth Rollins) attacks both Chris Bosh (Roman Reigns) and Dwyane Wade (Dean Ambrose) with a steel chair. Even though this obviously didn't happen in real life, some Heat fans probably compare LeBron's departure with getting hit with a steel chair.
Onwards and upwards guys.