Monday Night Raw started off this week with a real feel-good moment from Roman Reigns.
Reigns announced to the WWE Universe that his leukaemia, which has kept him out of action since October, was in remission and that he would be returning to in-ring competition immediately.
As the fans inside the arena chanted 'Yes!' as The Big Dog made his way back up the ramp, Seth Rollins appeared and embraced his Shield brother with a hug.
Unfortunately, however, Dean Ambrose didn't appear at the top of the ramp during the segment to embrace Reigns, which baffled fans.
The Moral Compass had made amends with Rollins over the past few weeks, so for him to not appear was odd. The reason why he didn't has since been revealed.
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According to Fightful, Ambrose didn't appear with Reigns and Rollins at the top of Raw as he was very emotional following the former Universal Champion's speech in the middle of the ring.
The decision to not include The Lunatic Fringe in this segment was made shortly afterward by the man himself.
Ambrose did appear in two segments throughout Raw last night.
He first appeared in a segment with Elias where he demanded to have a No Disqualification match against Drew McIntyre, before executing a Dirty Deeds on The Drifter.
Later, Ambrose had his match vs McIntyre, which he lost. He was then attacked by McIntyre, Baron Corbin, Bobby Lashley, and Elias before being saved by Reigns and Rollins.
After what happened on Raw this week, it now looks like Ambrose will be involved in a match alongside his Shield brothers at Fastlane next month.
Speculation has suggested he could be booked in an eight-man match as part of The Shield with Braun Strowman vs Elias, McIntyre, Corbin, and Lashley.
It's unclear as to who Ambrose will then go on to face at WrestleMania, but it is expected to be his last match in the WWE before he leaves the company upon the expiry of his contract.News Now - Sport News