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Backstage News On How WWE Plans To Break Up The Shield

The Shield may have only been back together for about a week, but there is already talk of which member of the trio will cause their demise.

The majority of the WWE Universe are likely all still very excited about Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, and Dean Ambrose setting aside their differences and reforming The Shield. At TLC this Sunday we will see the three men step inside the ring together as a team for the first time in three and a half years.

The Hounds of Justice have a pretty tall order ahead of them on Sunday for their first match back. Not only do they have The Miz and The Bar to tangle with, but also their opponents' fourth partner Braun Strowman. Even though The Shield is yet to have a match since their recent reunion though, people are already discussing what will cause their demise.

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According to PWMania, WWE already has plans in place for bringing down The Shield. Considering the caution of Dean Ambrose when it came to teaming with Rollins over the summer, many were expecting The Lunatic to turn on The Architect. Well, apparently that's still the master plan and this time around. It will be Ambrose causing the downfall of The Shield like many believed when the faction originally formed. His actions will reportedly lead into a match between him and Rollins at WrestleMania 34.

In 2014, it was Rollins who brought the curtain down on The Shield's initial run in WWE, of course. The two time WWE Champion attacked Reigns and Ambrose with a steel chair and sided with The Authortiy by doing so. One of Rollins' main feuds following that was with Ambrose and it was arguably the most popular The Lunatic Fringe has even been in WWE. Now, the company wants to see how exactly Ambrose will fair on the other side of things with Rollins filling the role of baby face.

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An Ambrose vs Rollins WrestleMania showdown is definitely something to look forward to and will probably be more highly anticipated than their fellow Shield brother's likely match with Lesnar. If the above plans are going to happen, it's bad news for anyone who wanted a lengthy second run from The Shield. In fact, whether Ambrose turns heel or not, don't expect The Hounds of Justice to remain together very far beyond the Royal Rumble.

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