For those that watched this years Royal Rumble seen Roman Regins win the Rumble. Now there’s the question if he’s got what it takes to be champion. Is he championship metrical? As for this, everyone has there own opinion. I for one missed the Rumble, got the results from friends that did watch. Lets take a look back on Roman for a few, he first showed up as a rookie on NXT. Then later on join the faction called The Shield with Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins. Which first attacked John Cena during his match against CM Punk, which in terms cost Cena the match. The Shield became big due to that, eventually they ran across one of WWE best factions Evolution, “The Game” Triple H, “The Animal” Batista & “The Viper” Randy Orton. Although, this feud ended with Seth Rollins turning on The Shield by hitting Roman with a steel chair on Raw to join the Authority. Regins was now in singles and was getting a push that you can see now at the Rumble.
As for the fact that there are many on the list that most believe should’ve gotten a push before Roman, the fact is the reaction that Roman gets plays a row. A big pop in crowed when he comes out. With the “Power Couple” in charge saying what’s best for business. Roman in a title match fits. Now then with that said, my piece in this. Roman was one of my top 5 to win the Rumble. Even though he has won the Rumble, I don’t think he’ll win at WrestleMania. If by some chance he does, I see Rollins cashing in. I’ve been hearing that Lesnar will lose the title at WrestleMania and leave the WWE once again. This has been expected for awhile. As for this feud between the Shield members. I wouldn’t mind seeing Dean Ambrose vs. Seth Rollins vs. Roman Regins for the WWE Championship. Through that may or may not happen, think it’d be a match.
With the return of Evolution (Triple H, Randy Orton, & Batista). Could we see Ric Flair come in at a later point, as a manager of course. As we get closer to the Extreme Rules Pay-Per-View, the feud between Evolution and The Shield is heating up. Last Monday on Raw, The Shield faced 12 Superstars in a 12 on 3 Handicap match which ended in a brawl. Then Evolution came down and finished the Shield. Tonight, the Shield had planed revenge but that was short lived as the Superstars gathered around Evolution at the top of the ramp. The Shield is use to the number games, as they’ve showed in the past by attacking single superstars like Randy Orton, John Cena, etc. But, this time the number game has switched in the way of Evolution. With Triple H being the CEO of the company, he has the power to out number the Shield. Now then, that leaves the Shield with two options which Triple H said on Raw “Either you adapt or you parish”. Evolution was about business and they still are about business now.
Evolution which was the “Nature Boy” Ric Flair, “The King of Kings” Triple H, “The Animal” Batista, & “The Legend Killer” Randy Orton. These four men basically owned the WWE. At one point in time they held all of Raw’s Championships. Even though Ric Flair is no longer in the group, Evolution has returned to the WWE. This group has a past of working well as a team, Shield may have beaten off more then they can chew, especially while Triple H has the power as the CEO.
The Shield has been fighting for Justice, but didn’t they step away from “Justice” when they attacked whoever Triple H had them attack? The Dogs have attacked a lot of Superstars from the time they arrived in the WWE. They have faced the Whytts, held the WWE Tag Team Championships, & even have possession of the United States Championship. Although, the Shield has some accomplishment in the WWE, they’ve depended on the number game of 3 on 1. Which now seems to be fading away from them. Could the Dogs be put down at Extreme Rules? Since the number game doesn’t apply, it should be a good match. Just have to wait and see…
Although, their a member short. We seen on this past Monday night Raw the return of Evolution. “The King of Kings” Triple H, “The Viper” Randy Orton, & “The Animal” Batista, came to the ring after 12 superstars faced The Shield in a 12 on 3 Handi-cap Tag Team match. Using the power that Triple H now has as the CEO of the company, the Shield was taken down this past Monday night.
Evolution on their way to the ring.
I believe its a good idea since Evolution was all about business. Triple H wants whats best for business and this is whats best for business. The Shield are in for some company, the fact that the CEO of the company can make any number of Superstars come after them as was shown on Raw this past week. The Shield has depended on that Triple Powerbomb, but Evolution sent there own bomb with the Batista Bomb to Seth Rollins.
Batista Bomb to Seth Rollins.
Although, the group isn’t completely together with the exception of the missing “Nature Boy” Ric Flair. Evolution is still showing that it is all about business in the WWE.