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Rollins and Cody start the match. Rollins starts off strong kicking Cody down in the corner. Rollins goes for the suplex but Cody reverses into one of his own. Cody tags in Goldust and Goldust hits a back drop and tags back in Cody. Rollins lands on his feet and throws Cody in the turnbuckle, and tags in Roman Reigns. Reigns hits a clothesline for a two count. Reigns beats Cody in the corner, and then attacks him in between the ropes. Rollins is tagged in and hits a knee to the head on Cody for a two count. Cody fights out and tags in Goldust while Reigns is tagged in. Goldust begins his comeback and finishes it off with a cross body on both men. Cody and Goldust then simultaneously take out the Shield on the outside while we head to commercial break.

We return with Reigns in control over Goldust after hitting a suplex. Reigns tags in Rollins and Rollins puts Goldust in a headlock. Rollins stays in control and tags in Reigns, where Reigns hits his dropkick from the outside on Goldust. Reigns takes his time and Goldust fights back. Reigns however hits an elbow to the face and tags in Rollins. Rollins hits a clothesline and and begin to works the arm. Goldust fights back and tags in Cody. Cody begins his comeback hitting a moonsault on Rollins. Cody hits a muscle buster but only gets a 2. Reigns then takes out Goldust with a spear and Cody takes out Reigns. Cody goes for the disaster kick on Rollins but is caught into a powerbomb into the corner. Rollins then hits the Black Out for the 3 count.

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Another article has been posted on JR’s blog and once again, he mentioned Seth Rollins

“Just a casual observation but Seth Rollins has stood out recently on WWE TV and has illustrated how one maximizes their minutes.”

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The Shield

Previous Rank: #5 || Current Rank: #8

After Seth Rollins walked out on his fellow Hounds of Justice on Raw, the future of The Shield has never been more uncertain.

The Shield’s music hits. Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose make their way to the ring through crowd without Seth Rollins. Footage is shown of Seth Rollins walking on The Shield during their six-man tag team match against The Wyatt Family on RAW. The Shield wound up losing. Dean Ambrose says they can handle getting beat up, hurt, and physical pain. There is one thing he can’t and will not tolerate, and that is being lied to by somebody that he trusts. Ambrose says he feels like he’s been lied to for the past eighteen months. Ambrose thought The Shield always had each other’s backs, but Seth Rollins didn’t have their back on RAW. Rollins walked out on them in the middle of a war. Ambrose says they’re not much for talking. Since Rollins is here and called for the summit, Ambrose suggests he comes out and say what he wants to say. Ambrose says he better come out and explain himself because judging from the look on Roman’s face, he has about thirty seconds.

The music of The Shield plays again, and Seth Rollins comes to the ring from near the stage. Rollins gets on the apron and stares at them. Reigns says that before Rollins opens his mouth, he hopes he has thought about what he’s going to say. It better be good. Rollins says he gets it. Leaving them to fight The Wyatts three-on-two on RAW maybe wasn’t the most opportune time to prove a point. What they don’t understand is that the war isn’t with The Wyatts. The war is within them. It’s no secret that The Shield hasn’t been The Shield for some time. Still, he did what he’s always done on Monday. Rollins says he sacrificed himself for the greater good to get themselves on the same page. Ambrose says he didn’t realize Rollins was sacrificing himself when he left them for dead against The Wyatts. There is a big difference between what Rollins did and what he did. He fought off while Rollins walked off.

Rollins tells them to look at themselves. For the first time in months, they’re standing together in the ring, on the same page, and seeing things eye to eye. He’s already proven his point. He’s already halfway there. Rollins gets in the ring and looks Reigns in the eye. Rollins says they can call this right now and go their separate ways. They’ll be fine as they’re all talented men, but what if “fine” isn’t good enough. From the moment they came to WWE, they’ve been kicking down walls. If they stand together united, no one can touch them. Not The Wyatts, the Undertaker, John Cena, or anyone else. Rollins suggests they do what they do. Rollins wants them to be The Shield and take this place back. Ambrose asks if that is it. Ambrose shoves him down a few times, and Reigns shoves Ambrose down.

Rollins says he knows what will make this work and make him feel better. Rollins then slaps Ambrose in the face. Rollins says he feels a lot better. That felt great. Rollins says now that it is out of his system, Ambrose probably has something to get out of his system. Rollins will allow him a shot to get them on the same page. Ambrose then lays him out with a straight right hand. Rollins slowly gets to his feet and asks if they’re done here, or are they done? Rollins holds his fist out. Reigns stares at it before putting his fist together with Rollins’. Ambrose takes some time to think it over before putting his fist together with the other two. They then stare at the crowd as their music hits.

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Will Stephenson of Arkansas Times got a chance to talk to WWE Superstar Seth Rollins about his career, wrestling and more. Check out the highlights below:

AT: I read you grew up in Iowa, what was that like?

SR: Iowa’s great. I grew up in a real small town here, so it’s nice, not too overcrowded. I’m in Iowa now—we’ve got a couple of days off before we hit the road, so I’m just hanging out. I wanted to be decompress with family and friends, my dog, my girlfriend. Just try and hang out and enjoy their company.

AT: Did you always want to be a wrestler?

SR: I was always a wrestling fan growing up and I pretty much knew this was what I was going to try to do since I was about fifteen or sixteen. My friends were all really into it at that time. Late 1990s, early 2000s, the industry was just really booming then. You had guys like The Rock, Steve Austin, all those guys.

AT: Were you a violent kid?

SR: I never got in fights, I was a model student, got good grades. I wasn’t much of an extracurricular participant, I didn’t play sports or anything like that. I was too busy playing around with my friends and wrestling in my back yard. But I was a good kid, I didn’t drink or smoke. Model citizen.

AT: Did your family support you?

SR: When I first told my family I was going to be a wrestler, they were pretty opposed to it. They wanted me to go to college. Once it started to take off and I started to do okay and travel more, I think they kind of hopped on board and saw that it was something I was going to work for. Now they come all the time.

AT: Was the independent circuit very different from what you’re doing now?

SR: I mean I started training in a shipping warehouse, and I’m in Wrestlemania XXX this year, in front of millions of people worldwide, you know? I spent a few years cutting my teeth in the Midwest, I worked for Ring of Honor, then I went down to Florida and relearned everything there. It wasn’t different, but the crowds are bigger now. The paychecks are nicer, but that’s not really why I do it, so it doesn’t make much of a difference for me.

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