Seth Rollins details the Dean Ambrose spot that made he and Roman Reigns jealous

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The Shield are known as one of the most dominant groups in the history of the WWE.

Nothing could break them. The trio of Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose had a wolfpack mentality and until Rollins turned on his brothers to thrive in The Authority, they seemed unbreakable.

However, a tour of the UK back in 2013 presented one time where some jealousy and envy snuck into the tight-knit group.


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The Shield were soaring from their Survivor Series debut in 2012 and were still unbeaten as the WWE came to the UK for their annual post-WrestleMania tour.

On a Monday Night Raw emanating from the O2 Arena, The Shield would take on Team Hell No - Kane & Daniel Bryan - alongside the legendary and returning Undertaker in a six-man tag match.

Speaking to GiveMeSport during the WWE's recent tour of the UK, Rollins revealed that although he hopes to get a shot at the Deadman before he calls it quits, he and Reigns were jealous of Ambrose getting to face The Phenom one-on-one during the tour.

"For sure, I would love it [to face 'Taker one-on-one]. The opportunity to get in the ring one-on-one with the Undertaker, you know, the six-man at the O2 was wild enough. That was just fantastic.

"I remember the next night Ambrose got the singles match with 'Taker and myself and Roman were both very happy for him, but also very envious of that spot. There is a handful of guys that he has wrestled in singles matches in the past few years, so to have that on your list would be pretty sweet."

All three of the former Shield members are now top stars in the WWE and will all feature in the traditional five-on-five match between Team Raw and Team SmackDown Live this Sunday at Survivor Series.

Rollins and Reigns will be fighting for Raw while Ambrose represents the Blue Brand, SD Live. Maybe the Raw pair can take out their long-held frustrations on their former teammate.

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