The Shield reunited once more after Monday Night Raw went off the air this week for what could be the final time on WWE's red brand.
Many fans thought they had seen Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns, and Dean Ambrose together for the final time on Raw last week in Brooklyn when the trio came together after the show went off the air.
However, that wasn't to be, as The Hounds of Justice came together one final time this week as well in Montreal, Canada.
Reigns and Rollins were involved in the six-man tag team main event of Raw this week alongside AJ Styles against Baron Corbin, Drew McIntyre, and Bobby Lashley, a match which they won.
Following their win and after the show went off the air, The Architect and The Big Dog stayed in the ring and invited their Shield brother to join them.
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The Lunatic Fringe then made his way down to the ring, took a microphone, and addressed the WWE fans in Montreal in a similar way he did to the fans in Brooklyn last week.
Ambrose thanked them for their support as well as every WWE fan in the Great White North, saying that their energy helped the superstars put their bodies on the line in the ring.
He finished off his speech by saying "Merci beaucoup, Montreal", thanking the fans who came down to watch WWE's red brand show.
While this dark segment might be the final time which WWE fans see The Lunatic Fringe inside a ring on Raw, it won't be the final time they see him perform in the ring.
WWE announced yesterday that The Shield will have one final match this Sunday, which is scheduled to be broadcasted in a special show on the WWE Network, an event which they're calling The Shield's Final Chapter.
While WWE didn't announce who The Hounds of Justice's opponents will be in this final match, they did announce that Finn Balor will also defend the Intercontinental Championship on the card. His opponent is also currently unclear.
Following this event, Ambrose is expected to leave the WWE, bringing an end to his time with the company after eight incredible years.