Seth Rollins makes an interesting revelation

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Seth Rollins makes an interesting revelation

The Shield was one of the most successful stables to have appeared in WWE in the modern era. Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns began working together in November 2012 and their partnership has resulted in countless awards and victories until June 2014.

Following the disbandment of the faction, all three became world champions and wrote memorable pages of wrestling history. Reigns literally took off, to become the symbol of Stamford's company and the true heir of John Cena.

The first signs of his imminent explosion of him had already been seen at the Royal Rumble 2014, when he had eliminated as many as 12 Superstars, beating Kane's previous record. After years with the WWE, however, Dean Ambrose decided to take a different path, awaiting the expiration of his last contract and moving on to competitor All Elite Wrestling, with the name of Jon Moxley, where he was also one of the longest-lived world champions of the federation, as well as the current absolute champion of the company.

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In his latest interview with Digital Spy, the former WWE Universal Champion, as well as the winner of the Money in the Bank and the WWE title, Seth Rollins, wanted to talk about the future of the stable, revealing how according to him the three athletes not will they ever get back together, saying: "I can tell you and maybe I could even take it back one day, but I don't think you'll ever see the three of us together in a team, ever again.

It wouldn't even be like we were then. It would no longer be like the old days when we were the Shield, but it would be a different animal. I think by now we are all three of the too big stars with too big personalities at this point.

Before we looked at each other's backs and now nobody needs the other, now we are all three of the stars standing there alone on a different level. So we should minimize ourselves to get back into the stable, to get into the other's thinking and I don't see this as a feasible thing.

I think it would be a very different thing to see us next time together. The next time you see us together it will be when they induct us into the Hall of Fame, it will be there." Seth Rollins isn't happy that Cody Rhodes is being celebrated and has unleashed an aggressive rant aimed at him.

"I didn’t have a last name to get my foot in the door. I don’t pack it in and go home when things get tough. I don’t take more than I give. I’m not a chosen one. I shoulder the f’n load every single time. Make everyone around me better. Overdeliver on the regular," Rollins wrote.

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