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The Shield’s music hits. They’ll be in action, next.

-Commercial Break-

Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose vs. Dolph Ziggler and Kofi Kingston

Seth Rollins is on commentary for this match. A replay is shown of Dean Ambrose blind tagging himself in on Monday Night RAW, and he stole a pin from Roman Reigns. Ambrose and Reigns bickered afterward. Cole asks Rollins if there are any problems in The Shield. Rollins says Cole’s insinuation is “asinine.” There are no problems in The Shield. Ambrose took advantage of a situation he thought was his to take.

Dean Ambrose and Kofi Kingston start the match off. They lock up, and Ambrose applies a hammerlock before executing a headlock takeover. Kingston quickly gets to his feet, so Ambrose wrenches his arm. Kingston flips through it, wrenches Ambrose’s arm, takes him down, and hits a body splash for a two count. Dolph Ziggler is tagged in, and they send Ambrose into the ropes for a double-team hip toss. Ziggler picks up a one count. Ambrose applies a side headlock, so Ziggler whips him off. Ambrose takes him down with a shoulder block and hits the ropes, but Ziggler takes him down with a right hand. Ziggler starts dropping some “heart stopping” elbows. Ziggler drops ten in total for a near fall. Ambrose powers Ziggler to his corner, and Roman Reigns tags in. Reigns takes him down with an uppercut before choking him on the ropes. Reigns wrenches the arm, and Ambrose is tagged back in. Ambrose kicks Ziggler in the face and drops a quick elbow for a two count. Ambrose goes for a suplex, but Ziggler counters out and dropkicks him down.

Kingston is tagged in, and he takes Ambrose down with a flying chop before dropkicking Reigns off the apron. Kingston takes Ambrose down with some shops and a dropkick. Kingston goes for a jumping punch, but Ambrose catches him and hot shots him on the top rope. Reigns is tagged in, and he goes to ringside to hit Kingston with a running dropkick to the skull.

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see Ambrose hit Kingston with a double-arm suplex for a two count. Ambrose quickly applies a chin lock, but Kingston soon fights up and gets out. Kingston hits the ropes, but Ambrose knees him in the midsection. Ambrose sets him up on the top rope and clubs away at him. Ambrose goes for a double-arm suplex off the top rope, but Kingston head-butts him away. Kingston then takes him down with a cross-body block. Ambrose stops Kingston from tagging Ziggler. Ambrose blocks a kick, and Kingston lays him out with an enzuigiri.

Ziggler and Reigns are tagged in. Ziggler ducks a clothesline and takes him down with a running cross-body. Ziggler punches him a few times before hitting a dropkick. Ziggler then splashes him in the corner and does the ten punches. Ziggler then pulls him out of the corner and hits a neckbreaker. Ziggler goes for the famouser, but Reigns counters into the Moment of Silence. Reigns sets up for the Superman Punch, but he stops when it looks like Ambrose was going to tag himself in like on Monday. Reigns jaw jacks with Ambrose. Kingston pulls Ambrose of the apron. Reigns then turns into a DDT from Ziggler for a near fall. Rollins gets off commentary to try to attack Kingston. Kingston fights him off and goes for Trouble in Paradise, but Rollins avoids it. Ambrose then sends Kingston into the barricade. In the ring, Ziggler goes for the Zig-Zag, but Reigns holds on to the ropes. Reigns then takes him down with the Superman Punch and waits in the corner for him to get up. Reigns then splits him in half with a Spear! Reigns then tags Ambrose in to let him pick up the win. Ambrose stares at Reigns before covering Ziggler for the win.

Winners by Pinfall: Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose

Ambrose isn’t happy with Reigns for sort of showing him up there, so Rollins gets between them to play peacekeeper again. All of a sudden, the Wyatt Family’s video flashes on the screen, and the lights in the arena go out. Luke Harper appears on the screen whistling a haunting theme. Bray Wyatt then comes into the shot with Erick Rowan, and Wyatt is laughing. Wyatt says The Shield is bickering like children consumed with pride. They’re trying to see who in The Shield has the sharpest teeth. Wyatt says The Shield believes him to be a façade. Wyatt says if they could only see the monster that lives behind his eyes, they would realize how real he is. Harper says those that deny them will be the first ones to burn. Wyatt tells them to “Follow the buzzards.”

After Bray Wyatts Match

Rhodes puts himself on top of his brother to protect him from the Wyatt Family. The Shield appears on the titantron. Dean Ambrose says the Wyatts called them “bickering children,” which is cute. Ambrose warns them because they’re talking to the Hounds of Justice. They have a lot of pride because they are the best unit in this industry. When they get them in the ring at Elimination Chamber, they’ll own them. Seth Rollins says they don’t care if they’re monsters or men. They’re not afraid of them. He’ll scrape the beards off their faces with his boot for costing them an opportunity in the Elimination Chamber. Roman Reigns says the Wyatts don’t understand. One of them would have become the WWE World Heavyweight Champion. Fortunately for them, they know a few methods for making people understand. Ambrose says it’s time for some justice. Believe in The Shield! They put their fists together as Wyatt yells at the screen.

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