Kofi Kingston, Brodus Clay, and Tensai (with Cameron and Naomi) vs. Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns, and Seth Rollins
Ambrose and Kingston start things off and Ambrose with a hammer lock and a side head lock. Ambrose with a shoulder tackle but Kofi with leap frogs and a leaping back elbow. Kofi with an elbow and he sends Ambrose over the top rope to the floor. Ambrose with punches when Kofi tries for a baseball slide. Kofi sends Ambrose back in.
Ambrose with a kick and he tags in Rollins. Rollins tries for a hip toss and Kofi with a monkey flip for a near fall. Kofi with a wrist lock and Clay tags in. Clay with a head butt to the midsection and then he punches Clay in the corner. Clay with an Irish whip and splash into the corner. Tensai tags in they hit a side slam elbow drop combination for a near fall. Tensai with a splash into the corner and then he hits a cannonball.
Tensai goes for a Vader Bomb but Reigns and Ambrose pull Rollins to safety. Tensai goes after Ambrose on the apron and Rollins attacks from behind and he hits an enzuigiri. Rollins with kicks and then he chokes Tensai. Ambrose tags in and Reigns with a shot when the referee was out of position. Reigns tags in and he punches Tensai. Continue Reading
We are back and it is time for the Gong, the blue lights, and the smoke as we see the man who went 21-0 at Wrestlemania after defeating CM Punk.
Last night at Wrestlemania, he dedicated his victory to the memory of Paul Bearer, a man who he has the . . .
From out of nowhere, The Shield’s music plays and they make their way to the ring. Taker is ready for a three-on-one fight and he positions himself for the Shield’s entry into the ring.
Kane’s pyro hits and he is joined by his tag team partner, Daniel Bryan. The Shield discuss the current situation and they realize that it is better to retreat into the crowd.
The Shield (Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins, and Roman Reigns) versus Randy Orton, Big Show, and Sheamus
The Shield make their way through the huge crowd, as is tradition.
Reigns and Sheamus start things off. They lock up and Reigns with punches but Sheamus punches back. Sheamus with a knee and he sends Reigns into the turnbuckles. Reigns punches Sheamus. Sheamus with an Irish whip but Reigns with an elbow. Sheamus with a clothesline and forearm to the back. Sheamus blocks a hip toss and Sheamus with punches and a short arm clothesline for a near fall.
Orton tags in and they send Reigns to the mat. Orton with a leaping knee drop and then he stomps on Reigns’ head and he does the Garvin stomp. Reigns with a knee and forearm. He tags in Rollins and Orton with a drop kick. Orton sends Rollins into the turnbuckles and Orton climbs the turnbuckles and punches Rollins. Orton with a slingshot suplex and he tags in Sheamus.
Sheamus with a punch to the midsection and forearm to the back. Sheamus misses a short arm clothesline and Rollins with a drop kick to the knee. Ambrose tags in and he kicks Sheamus until the referee pulls him off. Sheamus with punches and a knee. Sheamus with a power slam and he gets a near fall.
Show makes the tag because he did not want to be left out and Show with a head butt. Show pulls off Ambrose’s vest and Show with a chop to the exposed flesh. Show with more chops followed by an Irish whip and running butt splash but Ambrose with a drop kick to the knee. Rollins tags in and he hits a knee off the turnbuckles followed by boots to the head to keep Show on the mat. Continue Reading
Post Match: The Shield’s music plays and they make their way down the aisle and they come together to the ring. They stop halfway down the aisle.
Dean congratulates them on their big victory. He tells them to enjoy their victory because come Sunday, the Shield will not leave them with anything to celebrate. They will be flat on their backs looking at the sky wondering where it went wrong.
Seth congratulates them for finally managing to convince themselves and the ignorant and foolhardy people that they are on the same page. Unfortunately, justice never lies. They know the truth.
Roman says that the truth is that they are not a team. They are not on the same page. These people want to believe in them, but their team is phony. The whole world will believe in the Shield.
Find out what happened at this weeks houseshows!
3/29 Springfield, MA
Wade Barrett kept his IC Title in a three way over R-Truth and The Miz. The Shield laid them all out after the match and did a promo.
John Cena, Sheamus and The Big Show beat The Shield by DQ when Roman Reigns used a chair. The faces laid out the heels to send the fans home happy. Cena is from here and was really over with the fans.
30/30 Atlantic City, NJ
U.S. champion Antonio Cesaro beat R-Truth to retain the U.S. Title. After the match, The Shield came out to destroy Truth. A beat down was followed by a triple powerbomb. The crowd was into it.
Time for the main event of WWE Superheroes facing The Shield. Women in the crowd (my girlfriend included) went nuts for Orton, Sheamus came out to a decent reaction, and then Cena came out and everybody lost it – best reaction I’ve seen for him at any WWE event I’ve been to in the last five years. The crowd seemed to be about 95 percent kids, so this wasn’t surprising. As someone who can’t stand Cena, even I could see why he’s pushed the way he is. His merch was on almost everyone at the show, except for adult males. The Shield came out to a good reaction, too, and Roman Reigns was wearing a long-sleeve suit. I guess he’s getting ready for next Sunday’s cold.
WWE Superheroes (John Cena & Randy Orton & Sheamus) beat The Shield via DQ in a six-man tag match. The match was pretty good, and the finish came when Seth Rollins hit Cena with a chair while he had Dean Ambrose in the STF. This lead to chaos, and then all the faces hit their finishers on each of the three Shield members to send the crowd home happy.
03/31 White Plains, NY
WWE United States champion Antonio Cesaro defeated Kofi Kingston. The Shield attacked Kofi after the match and Dean Ambrose cut a promo promising that would deliver justice at Wrestlemania.
John Cena & Randy Orton & Sheamus defeated The Shield by DQ. Standard good match you’d expect from these six. Big reactions for everyone, although Cena got the mixed chants. They went back and forth until Cena locked Seth Rollins in the STF and Roman Reigns nailed him with the chair for the DQ. The babyfaces eventually ran off the Shield, who lived to fight another day.