WWE is going to honor ten years of Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns all month on social media and their YouTube shows.
It’s been ten long years since The Shield debuted at Survivor Series on November 18, 2012. Along with Dean Ambrose (Jon Moxley), the trio interrupted a WWE Championship match and set the stage for WWE now.
Nothing was ever the same since that moment, and now WWE is set to honor the two remaining Shield stars. All November, the company will pay homage to the Tribal Chief and The Visionary on social media and YouTube.
Series like WWE Top 10 and WWE Playlist will drop special episodes for the two stars to commemorate their shared milestone. There will also be rare and never before seen photos posted from their early beginnings to their highest moments.
What Are the Stars Up To Now?
Roman Reigns is set to face Logan Paul in the latter’s third official match this Saturday at WWE Crown Jewel. The two have been taking shots at each other for two months now, and Roman is ready to be done with Paul.
He has become irritated at the idea that he could lose to the YouTuber and vows to end this notion. Outside this feud, Roman Reigns is also growing tired of Jey Uso’s resentment of Honorary Uce Sami Zayn.
Friday on SmackDown, Roman decreed that he would make Sami a full-blown Bloodline member if Jey doesn’t handle his issues. Seth Rollins, on the other hand, gained the United States Championship from Bobby Lashley after he was attacked by Brock Lesnar.
He has since been enjoying open challenges as the new champion and has been competing in great matches. Yesterday, Rollins competed against Austin Theory for the title and retained his championship after a solid match.
Seth Rollins doesn’t have a match for Crown Jewel and may not get one, but that remains to be seen.