WWE: The Shield up their ‘Game’, join forces with HHH to take down Bray Wyatt, Seamus, Cesaro

At a WWE Live event in Glasgow, Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins needed a third and Triple H stepped up for The Shield.

By: Express Web Desk | Updated: November 4, 2017 11:48 am
triple h, the shield, seth rollins triple h. wwe live, wwe news, sports news, indian express Triple H and The Shield came together at the WWE Live event in Glasgow. (Source: WWE)

After ‘The Architect’ turned ‘Kingslayer’ Seth Rollins defeated 14-time WWE World Champion Triple H at Wrestlemania 33 in April this year, no one expected the two to form an alliance anytime in the future. But, the WWE Universe in attendance at a Live event in Glasglow, Scotland’s SSE Hydro, were in for a treat when they saw the Shield brothers Dean Ambrose and Rollins team up with ‘The Game’ Triple H in the ring.

Due to absence of Roman Reigns, who has been sidelined since last two weeks due to an undisclosed illness, Rollins announced in the ring that “desperate times call for desperate measures” and paved way for the cerebral assassin to join the Shield. “And if there’s one trick I have learned in the last few years, it’s always have a Plan B,” Rollins added, much to the excitement of the fans, who were left speechless with excitement seeing Triple H teaming up with one of the most dominant factions in sports entertainment.

In a match against ‘Eater of Worlds’ Bray Wyatt and The Bar (Seamus and Cesaro), HHH donned the Shield vest, and helped the ‘Hounds of Justice’ in taking down Cesaro with a triple power bomb, before going down for a pinfall. After winning the match, the COO of WWE joined fists with Shield, sending the crowd into an absolute frenzy.

WWE Raw Tag-team Champions Ambose and Rollins will take on Smackdown tag-team Champions The Usos at Survivor Series on November 19 at Toyota Center in Houston.

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