Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, and Dean Ambrose are arguably three of the biggest superstars in the WWE today. Their path to WWE stardom came through their work together as part of the stable called The Shield.
Their time as The Shield was only short - between 2012-2014 - but the impact they had can still be seen today by the fact of how many times Ambrose, Rollins, and Reigns have been in the main event of pay-per-views since they split in June 2014.
Speaking on Ring Rust Radio during WrestleMania 32 weekend prior to his match with Triple H at the event itself, according to NoDQ, Reigns spoke about the possibility of The Shield getting back together one day. He believes because the group was so special they have to get back together.
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“I’ll always hold the Shield close to the heart. I think we can all say that’s the vehicle that got us out of the warehouse. We spent many hours in that hot, Tampa warehouse trying to get to this point. I definitely one day would want to do it but I don’t see it anytime soon.
"I think that’s what makes the Shield different is we all broke out and were able to maintain the level of success that we had within the group but now we are doing it as individuals. It’s really nice to be the quarterback out there. You don’t always have to worry and coordinate with everybody else. You just go out there, do your thing, beat some ass, and go home. I always enjoy that part of it.
"I think the Shield was so special that one day we will have to get it back together.”
It would be near to impossible to avoid a possible reunion of The Shield because of the impact they had. In terms of stable history, they're arguably one of the best stables ever to have graced wrestling. Up there with the likes of The Hart Foundation, D-Generation X, the NWO, the Four Horsemen, Evolution, and the Fabulous Freebirds.
They're one of the rare stables where, once broken up, they have all managed to be a success on the singles stage, and nearly all of them have won the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. It's only a matter of time before Ambrose wins the gold and makes that list complete.
When they get back together at some point in the future, you know they're going to receive a massive pop, and you know it's going to be awesome when The Hounds of Justice perform the triple powerbomb once more.