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DENVER — If there was any lesson to be learned from The Shield’s breakup a few years ago, it’s that the greatest threat to the group usually lies from within. So while The Hounds of Justice might withstand an outside threat like Braun Strowman, Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre — key word being might, but we’re a few weeks away from testing that — there’s something to be said for The Monster Among Men’s newest tactic of stirring up some latent discord by targeting Dean Ambrose.

Why Ambrose? The most devout Hound of Justice is also the only one without a championship despite having held down SmackDown LIVE as WWE Champion two years prior. According to Team Braun, he’s the “sucker” who Seth Rollins begged to help win back his own title, and he’s the one who, Ziggler pointed out, was replaced in a matter of weeks last year when The Kingslayer teamed up with Jason Jordan in the wake of The Lunatic Fringe’s injury. Strowman & Co. made Ambrose a full-fledged offer: Join their crew and they would ensure he defeated Rollins for the Intercontinental Championship.

The Shield were having none of the pack’s attempt to tear them apart, but Acting General Manager Baron Corbin, on thin ice already with Commissioner Stephanie McMahon, wasn’t about to let The Hounds run roughshod over his show. The Lone Wolf ran interference to not so much stop the action as delay it — per Stephanie’s orders, Corbin will team with two partners of his choosing to battle The Shield later in the night.

True, Dean Ambrose is the only member of The Shield without a title. Sure, Seth Rollins needed his help to become Intercontinental Champion. And maybe Rollins and Roman Reigns didn’t text him every day during his recovery. But that doesn’t mean The Shield’s about to break up. In fact, they looked as good as ever in their first match together in nearly a year despite overwhelming odds both within the ring — Acting General Manager Baron Corbin picked AOP as his partners — and outside, as Braun Strowman, Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre sat in chairs while watching from atop the ramp.

Not only that, but The Lunatic Fringe himself turned the tide. After targeting Reigns for the entire match (Rezar went punch-for-punch in an early slugfest with the Universal Champion), AOP dispatched The Big Dog with the Last Chapter on the outside, and Rollins was stranded in the ring when Ambrose finally managed to tag back in. The former WWE Champion briefly found himself overwhelmed when AOP re-entered the fray, but thanks to interference from Reigns and Rollins, he planted Corbin with Dirty Deeds and teed him up for a Spear. And despite what appeared to be a moment of hesitation on his part, Ambrose rejoined his brothers for the customary fist bump at the end of the match. Turn on The Shield? Please. If tonight was any indication, they’re just getting started.

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