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HOUSTON — Elias may have finagled his way into the Intercontinental Title picture by way of some behind-the-back brutality, but make no mistake: His status as a contender for Seth Rollins’ prize is as in-your-face serious as it gets. Not only did Elias administer some chart-topping trash-talk to The Kingslayer in Raw’s opening moments, he actually pinned the fighting champion in a tag team match that roped in another set of Money in the Bank rivals: Jinder Mahal (who teamed with Elias) and Roman Reigns (who naturally threw in with Rollins).

Rollins getting pinned is a rare occurrence of late, so due credit must be given to his opponents; Elias & Mahal focused almost the entirety of their early offense on him (clearly, Mahal was still smarting from Rollins’ steel-chair barrage last week) and pivoted seamlessly to isolating Reigns when he tagged in. The old Shield chemistry began to kick in down the stretch, but luckily for Elias, Sunil Singh caused a distraction that allowed Mahal to toss Reigns into the audience, and Rollins paused his press to pursue Mahal’s herald with steel chair in hand.

Unfortunately, The Architect sprinted headfirst into a DDT from Elias that spiked Rollins into the steel. Drift Away followed in short order, and with it came a resounding win for a young Superstar whose greatest hit may be just around the corner.

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For the first time since he became a fighting Intercontinental Champion, Seth Rollins decided to focus more on the “fight” than the “championship”: His title defense against Jinder Mahal, which The Kingslayer all but demanded after The Modern Day Maharaja brutalized him and Roman Reigns with a steel chair last week, ended in painful fashion when Rollins teed off on Mahal with a chair of his own. (Mahal had initially landed a cheap shot with the chair behind the official’s back while Sunil Singh was being ejected). Mahal was awarded a disqualification victory, and Rollins retained the title, but the end of the match opened the door for an aggrieved third party to make his presence known.

Elias, whose performance had run long before being interrupted by Rollins’ entrance, resurfaced after the title match had run its course and Rollins had beaten The Maharaja up the ramp back through the curtain with the chair. As The Kingslayer posed victoriously atop the commentary table, he was caught unaware for the second week when Elias shattered a guitar across the champion’s back to knock him to the ground. Rollins was then loaded onto a stretcher and placed in a neck brace, though he managed to stand up and leave on his own feet. In short, The Kingslayer settles one score, though now, he may have to walk with Elias before it’s back to business as usual.

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WWE is realeasing another The Shield DVD this year. It will be released in july, 9th for UK/Europe, 10th for US and the 24th for Canada, but you can already pre-order it now in the links given below. If more dates show up, we’ll be adding them as soon as possible. Also down below, you can find all matches and special content that will be on the 3 Disc-Set. (Credit to WDN).

Disc 1

Ours for the Taking

Won’t Be Set Up to Fail

United States Championship Match
John Cena vs. Dean Ambrose
RAW • March 30, 2015

Intercontinental Championship Match
Dean Ambrose vs. Kevin Owens
TLC • December 13, 2015

Old School

WWE Championship Match
Triple H vs. Dean Ambrose
Roadblock • March 12, 2016

Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Dean Ambrose vs. Alberto Del Rio vs. Cesaro vs. Chris Jericho vs. Kevin Owens vs. Sami Zayn
Money in the Bank • June 19, 2016

A Feeling of Relief

Triple Threat Match for the WWE Championship
Dean Ambrose vs. Seth Rollins vs. Roman Reigns
Battleground • July 24, 2016

Intercontinental Championship Match
The Miz vs. Dean Ambrose
SmackDown Live • January 3, 2017

A Reluctant Reunion

RAW Tag Team Championship Match
Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins vs. Sheamus & Cesaro
No Mercy • September 24, 2017

Always Down For A Six Man Tag

Disc 2

Injection of Energy

WWE Championship Match
Roman Reigns vs. Seth Rollins
Money in the Bank • June 19, 2016

Unsanctioned Match
Seth Rollins vs. Triple H
WrestleMania 33 • April 2, 2017

Release The Hounds

The Shield vs. The New Day
Survivor Series • November 19, 2017

Gauntlet Match
Seth Rollins vs. Roman Reigns, John Cena, & Elias
RAW • February 19, 2018

The Ultimate Goal

Triple Threat Match for the Intercontinental Championship
The Miz vs. Seth Rollins vs. Finn Bálor
WrestleMania 34 • April 8, 2018

Disc 3

Infiltrating the System

WWE Championship Match
Roman Reigns vs. Dean Ambrose
Survivor Series • November 22, 2015

WWE Championship Match
Sheamus vs. Roman Reigns
RAW • December 14, 2015

It All Felt Perfect

WWE Championship Match
Triple H vs. Roman Reigns
WrestleMania 32 • April 3, 2016

No Holds Barred Match
Roman Reigns vs. The Undertaker
WrestleMania 33 • April 2, 2017

Dream Opponent

Roman Reigns vs. John Cena
No Mercy • September 24, 2017

Deeply In Love

Steel Cage Match for the Universal Championship
Brock Lesnar vs. Roman Reigns
Greatest Royal Rumble • April 27, 2018

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Spearing Jinder Mahal through a wall was among the coolest things Roman Reigns has ever done, and if Monday is any indication, The Big Dog will be paying the price for a long, long time. The Modern Day Maharaja both made his presence felt during Reigns’ match with Kevin Owens — where his interference earned Reigns a DQ win — and got the last word after a subsequent tag team match that was sanctioned after Seth Rollins came to his Shield brother’s side.

It was almost immaterial that Rollins & Reigns actually won the tag match — Rollins stomped Owens after a wild brawl and a flurry of attempts at his devastating signature move — because Mahal obliterated both of the victors atop the ramp with a steel chair with such ferocity they could barely make it to their feet after. Rollins took a tumble off the stage at The Maharaja’s hands, but the former WWE Champion saved a little something extra for Reigns, driving the steel into his rival’s gut before making a triumphant exit. The only question now is whether Mahal can withstand Reigns’ inevitable retaliation. Luckily, a singles match between the two at Money in the Bank will provide the answer.

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