WWE Celebrating A Decade Of Seth Rollins & Roman Reigns

5 months ago by Connel Rumsey

WWE Celebrating A Decade Of Seth Rollins & Roman Reigns WWE

WWE has celebrated a lot of anniversaries this year, celebrating the 20th anniversary of John Cena, Randy Orton, Batista and Brock Lesnar, as well as 25 years of D Generation X.

Another big anniversary is coming up later this month, as WWE celebrates the 10-year anniversary of the Shield’s WWE debut, when Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns & Dean Ambrose interrupted the main event of Survivor Series 2012.

WWE is celebrating 10 years of the Shield all month for the month of November, well at least the two that are still with the company.

WWE posted the following on WWE.com:

Ten years ago this month, the WWE Universe was first introduced to two Superstars who would go on to change the face of sports-entertainment, Roman Reigns and Seth “Freakin” Rollins.

Alongside their Shield teammate Dean Ambrose, Reigns and Rollins emerged from the crowd on Nov. 18, 2012, to interrupt the main event of that year’s Survivor Series, setting in motion two careers that have forever since been intertwined.

Since that seminal night, The Head of the Table and The Visionary have become nothing short of WWE’s standard-bearers. They’ve won World Championships (including Reigns’ currently held Undisputed WWE Universal Title), headlined WWE’s biggest Premium Live Events and consistently been the talk of the WWE Universe, both as beloved fan-favorites and controversial rulebreakers.

To commemorate a decade of Reigns and Rollins, WWE is kicking off a month-long celebration across social media platforms starting today. Keep your eyes peeled throughout November for classic video highlights, rare and never-before-seen photos and much more, including special Reigns- and Rollins-themed episodes of YouTube series WWE Top 10 and WWE Playlist.

Ambrose left WWE when his contract expired back in 2019, opting against remaining with the company. He then debuted for All Elite Wrestling just weeks later as Jon Moxley, where he went on to become a three-time AEW World Champion.

Reigns is the current Undisputed WWE Universal Champion, while Rollins is currently the United States Champion, so to say the three of them left an impact might be fair.

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