The Road to Justice is Paved

ShieldComing off their Wrestlemania victory, many have been on the opposing end of Shield’s intimidation in recent weeks. Some of which include Undertaker, John Cena, Triple H and even 3MB. In a current program with Team Hell No and Undertaker, how much higher does the Shield’s ascension continue?

Since the Shield’s inception, the suppression of the greatest names in the company has been rampant. In their quest for the purification of the WWE, their quest has lead them to hold an undefeated record of 6-0. In their already proven dominance, their meteoric rise only continues to ascend. In their short tenure as a group, this group is already being highly regarded as one of the best. On Raw, however, there is a unique opportunity for the trio to surpass their current influence.

In a surprising matchup for Raw, the Shield will challenge Team Hell No and Undertaker. After the recent interruptions of legends, there is a very realistic possibility the Shield could come out victorious. If this plan falls through, I believe the three could cement their superstardom. In continuing their feud with Daniel Bryan and Kane, that leads for me to believe that Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns are inline for a run with the WWE Tag Team Championships.

Even with that said, should the group not win the belts, this would hold no bearing to the group. Even if hypothetically the group should the group disband now, each member would already have an impressive track record for successful careers. An impressive win record is just icing on the cake. Regardless of what lies ahead, a road of justice is already paved. Despite this, the group continues to exceed expectations on a weekly basis. There is no denying this group with be praised as one of the sport’s best.

Believe that!

  • Adam W.

    I welcome constructive criticism. If you believe there is anything I could do to improve the article, please inform me. I really do appreciate it.

  • Darren

    I thought this was a great article. I’m hoping they win the tag titles in the near future. I’m also looking forward to see what they do win they disband. My favorite is Ambrose he reminds me of a young Rowdy Piper and Kevin Sullivan.

    • Adam W.

      Much obliged.