With Seth Rollins’ recent babyface turn, all three former members of The Shield are now on the side of law and order. There is now talk that the group could reunite, albeit briefly.
According to the latest issue of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the pay-per-view events being discussed for a coming-together of the group are Survivor Series and the Royal Rumble, the next two shows that will feature talent from both Raw and SmackDown.
Royal Rumble seems to be the most likely spot, as the annual match will feature stars from both brands working against (and with) one another. If Ambrose, Rollins, and Reigns are all part of the match, they could easily have an impromptu reunion and dominate their competition.
The Shield debuted in 2012 as hired enforcers for CM Punk, but a long undefeated streak helped them get over as one of the most feared stables in WWE history. By 2014, the group was a popular babyface unit, but Rollins’ turn on his partners split them up.