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WWE TLC 2012: Ryback and Team Hell No Defeat the Shield on Supershow

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Luis CamposAnalyst IDecember 16, 2012

The WWE's latest faction, The Shield, made its official WWE match debut Saturday night against Ryback and the tag team champions, Team Hell No, Kane and Daniel Bryan. 

The Shield first appeared on WWE television last month during the Survivor Series pay-per-view in which team members Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins, and Roman Reigns attacked Ryback, allowing CM Punk to keep his WWE Championship in a triple-threat match that also involved John Cena. 

The debut match was part of a WWE Supershow that took place at the Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza in Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

The Shield ultimately lost their debut match after a Shield member Roman Reigns attacked Ryback with a steel chair and got his team disqualified. Ryback responded by shell-shocking Shield member Dean Ambrose. 

The Shield vs. Ryback and Team Hell No match at Saturdays house show is a preview of the match that will be taking place Sunday night at the TLC pay-per-view, where these six men are booked to wrestle again. 

One question that remains to be answered is if Sunday night's result will mimic Saturday's match—with the Shield losing—or if the Shield will pull a fast one on Ryback and Team Hell No. 

 

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