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Having clamoured for a Miz face-turn, I must issue an apology and accept the error of my ways, because after just one or two weeks I quite frankly cannot stand the Miz as a face.
Thus it was a fairly welcome development when The Shield returned to jump him during his lie detector test with CM Punk.
But rather than end the show in dominant fashion, we saw a weakness in The Shield as they were split up for the first time and eventually overcome by Kane, Daniel Bryan and of course Ryback.
We also saw a change in fortunes for Punk, as Ryback came back for more and eventually stood dominantly tall over the WWE Champion.
Does this give us any answers as to a potential Punk/Shield alliance?
It is perhaps still too early to tell, but one thing’s for sure: You can bet your bottom dollar that the Shield will be involved in the WWE title match at TLC: Tables Ladders and Chairs in some way or another.