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What Is In Store For The Shield At WrestleMania XXX?

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Monday Night Raw was a rough one for The Shield. The once dominant threesome has seemingly met their match with The Wyatt Family, who has defeated the Hounds of Justice in consecutive matches. Even worse, infighting seems to have finally gotten the better of Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose.

During another outstanding six-man tag match on Raw, Rollins walked out on his group. During the match, Rollins was accidentally knocked off the top rope by a wild Ambrose. When Ambrose attempted to tag out later in the contest, Rollins left his tag partner hanging and took himself out of the match. The resulting 2-on-3 advantage was too much for Ambrose and Reigns to handle, and the Wyatts took advantage and sealed another huge victory.

In storyline, Rollins is fed up with the bickering that has gone on between Ambrose and Reigns, and he feels he can no longer be the glue that holds the team together. It’s interesting to note that Rollins, not Ambrose, is breaking away from the group first. Many would have thought that Ambrose, a great antagonist and natural heel, would have been the first to go his own way. In any event, the Shield are a mess heading into WrestleMania XXX.

The Shield will obviously be a part of the biggest event of the year, but in what capacity? At this juncture a triple threat match pitting all three members against each other makes the most sense. Another match with the Wyatts is highly unlikely given their burgeoning feud with John Cena, so instead of facing another group, it appears they will fight amongst themselves. Reigns, Rollins and Ambrose all have beefs to pick with one another, and they just might settle their differences at the grandest stage of all.

Time will tell what’s in the cards for the Shield at WrestleMania, but with the big event fast approaching, expect to find out sooner rather than later.

Dan Marsiglia is a Pro Wrestling columnist for RantSports.com. Follow him on Twitter or add him to your network on Google.

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