Who has risen highest since the Shield split one year ago (1)

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It has been just over a year since Seth Rollins took a steel chair and brought to an end the reign of the Shield.

Coming off the back of a clean sweep over one of the most dominant factions in WWE history in Evolution, no-one could have expected what was to come next.

June 2nd 2014. Indianapolis, Indiana. Monday night RAW, the WWE Universe was about to see something that would shake the very foundations of the company.

The night started with Evolution imploding and Batista officially quitting in order to pursue a career in Hollywood.

It ended with Seth Rollins joining the Authority and the rest as they say, is history.

In a list of moments that shook the WWE, Rollins destroying the faction that ran the place for well over a year well certainly be in the top five.

Just in case you have been living under a rock for the last 12 months, this is the moment that changed the entire trajectory of the WWE roster.

There has been 368 days and 13 Pay-Per-Views since Rollins used the steel chair to end the rule of the Shield.

We have seen a total of five PPV matches pitting Shield members against each other and each have had 12 months to climb as high as possible.

But who has climbed highest? Do you agree with the ranking of the Shield members or would you have a different winner?

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