The Shield are, in many eyes, one of the greatest factions in WWE history.
Few stables dominated like that trio did during their rise to fame. After debuting at the Survivor Series in 2012, they were booked incredibly strong against any and all comers.
They triple powerbombed The Undertaker through a table, triple powerbombed The Rock and they even beat Evolution - another stable commonly regarded as one of the best ever - twice.
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They went their separate ways when Seth Rollins decided to turn on his brothers and align himself with Triple H in 2014.
The Architect of the Shield would go on to become Mr. Money in the Bank and is now a two-time WWE champion.
In fact, all three men have won the world title at least once now and there can't be any greater gauge of how successful they were than that.
However, now that all three men are good guys again for the first time in two years, the WWE are reportedly contemplating having them reunite in the near future.
Due to all three men working as babyfaces right now, NODQ.com reports that there has been talk of doing another reunion spot with The Hounds of Justice at an upcoming dual-brand pay-per-view, perhaps the Survivor Series or the Royal Rumble.
There is no doubt the fans would love to see the three main eventers come back together and do damage once more. The trio are still relatively early into their wrestling careers and it would appear the WWE have plenty of time to revisit this magic alliance whenever they please.
Would it be too soon? They'd certainly have to work hard to generate a storyline that makes sense for the three men - with Rollins and Reigns on Raw and Ambrose on Smackdown - joining forces across the two different shows.