'The Shield' Reunite for TLC 2017: Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins


The Miz awarded Curtis Axel, Sheamus and Cesaro awards. Consisting of Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose, and Seth Rollins, The Shield are generally considered one of the greatest wrestling factions in recent memory, with all three members going on to be main event caliber talent.

Although Reigns managed to eliminate Dallas and Axel for the mix, he was unable to win the Intercontinental Championship because Cesaro and Sheamus interfered.

Tonight's RAW will also feature an update on the Sister Abigail storyline between Bray Wyatt and Finn Balor. The Miz escaped outside the ring but was chased by Ambrose and Rollins.

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If you listen to Ryback, he says he came up with the idea to use the Triple Powerbomb manoeuvre as their finisher.

PWInsider reports that Nia Jax vs. Emma vs. Alicia Fox, with the victor facing Asuka at WWE TLC, is set for WWE RAW tonight.

Later that night, Matt Hardy had a match with Braun Strowman. They put Strowman through the announcer's table as retaliation for last week's attack.

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Finally the Shield officially reunited on Monday night Raw to takedown the Miz, Cesaro and Sheamus before securing their match at Tables Ladders and Chairs (TLC) pay-per-view.

The cage match was made later in the show, with WWE following up on Twitter.

Even more, Rollins, Ambrose, and Reigns already have a match.

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