It's edging closer - the day Dean Ambrose officially leaves the WWE.
Ever since it was announced, it did seem like it was a work by the company, or that they had a swerve in mind to dupe the fans once again.
The thinking behind this was that the WWE tends to not announce any departures, let alone one so far in advance.
While it could be a ploy to either capitalise on the popularity ahead of his exit or even keeping The Lunatic Fringe sweet in the hope he doesn't jump ship to a certain rival, it's still somewhat of a strange situation, to say the least.
Although, there are still fans that believe this will all blow over and Ambrose will remain in WWE, or at least take some time off before coming back.
To really squeeze as much out of the situation as possible, WWE is having Ambrose team up with Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins 'one last time' ahead of his departure.
Set to broadcast on the WWE Network this Sunday, The Shield's Last Chapter will include all three men teaming up in what the WWE has called their final match as a trio.
SAME OLD STORY
It's understandable why there's still scepticism towards this, as the WWE billed their Fastlane match in the exact same way.
A PWInsider report has now revealed that Baron Corbin, Drew McIntyre and Bobby Lashley will - once more - be the final opponents going up against The Shield in Ambrose's final match.
As expected, the news hasn't gone down well on social media.
Most of the fans seem to be a little depleted at the news because it's the same opponent yet again, while others were hoping for The Shield to either go out on a high or even introduce fresh talent to the main roster.
Following that match, life will be quite different for The Shield.
While some state Ambrose is either taking a long break from WWE, some sources are claiming he'll take indie bookings.
Rollins and Reigns, on the other hand, are now officially on separate brands following the Superstar Shake-Up earlier this week.
With The Big Dog now on SmackDown LIVE and rumoured to feud with the likes of Elias and Randy Orton, it's certainly going to be strange watching both men in action with Ambrose nowhere to be seen.
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