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It's out of my control so it won't do any good complaining about it. I don't mind Reigns as much as others and I actually hope he does well for himself. While that's going on Ambrose and Rollins won't allow themselves to be lost in the shuffle. As much as I dig them as a group, I've always felt that they will each flourish on their own. The Shield is just the first chapter for each of them. It's actually quite prophetic they are feuding with Evolution because much like Orton and Batista, all three of these guys are future main eventers. They will just be getting there on their own respective paths. Reigns is getting the spotlight by default because they want him to be the big babyface hero. Rollins will fit that role organically over time. Ambrose on the other hand is a villain at heart.
Reigns gets backed by the machine, Rollins let's his in ring style speak volumes, and then there is Ambrose. There are people out there who don't understand the hype. They say he's the weakest of the three. Well, those same people will find out first hand that being a member of the Shield was a mere drop in the bucket at what he's capable of. In many ways he has the most to prove because he doesn't have the flash Rollins does. Or the look Reigns does. His character compliments guys like Rollins and Reigns which is testament as to why he was debuted with those guys in the first place. He's unique. He's brooding. He's the cream of the motherfucking crop.
Last edited by Aficionado; 04-20-2014 at 01:43 PM.