This past Monday, The Shield, one of the most dominant three-man faction in wrestling history, stood together for the final time as members, “The Big Dog” Roman Reigns and “The Architect” Seth Rollins, said farewell to their brethren, “The Lunatic Fringe” Dean Ambrose, in his final night with the company. The trio shared the stage in a final united front as WWE Monday Night Raw went off the air, in a packed crowd at The Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY.
It was announced back in January that Ambrose (real name: Jonathan David Good), would not be re-signing with the company. Speculation arose that he would eventually rethink his options and re-sign as his days went by. Numerous rumors as well as reports and sources have also speculated that Ambrose was not happy in the company. Mainly due to issues with creative and how he and his character were being handled. He was given a heel turn, to lackluster review, that while shocking, did not sit well with fans: the heel turned happened on the same night of Reigns announcing his battle with leukemia and forfeiting the Universal Championship belt.
Ambrose was not featured in any match at this past Sunday’s WrestleMania 35, held at MetLife Stadium. However, he was featured last night in a match against Bobby Lashley, which resulted in a no-contest brawl after Ambrose was left beaten and bruised.
No word yet or any news in regards to Ambrose’s upcoming plans or future, and if it involves wrestling, have surfaced.
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