The Shield Should Defend Both of Its WWE Titles in Trios Matches
The Shield holds the United States and WWE Tag Team Championship titles. Its success depends on its unity as a group, and it would make sense for it to defend its titles in six-man matches.
The Shield should defend both of its WWE Titles in trios matches. Wouldn’t it be exciting for the US Champion Dean Ambrose to team with his tag team brethren Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns? Picture it: all titles on the line.
Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns work together very well, bringing back the six-man tag match to a marquee role. Granted, all three men are finding quick success with their championships.
Ambrose developed a nice chemistry with Kofi Kingston before his elbow injury. Rollins and Reigns already strengthened their matches with Team Hell No. After all, their feud with the former tag team champions started in December.
The matches would be exceptional. Up until now, these three have not put on one boring six-man tag match. Add the fact that they never lost six-man tag matches. What's more, not one force has beaten The Shield in this type of battle.
Maybe it could start at Payback, the next WWE pay-per-view. Team Hell No isn’t finished with The Shield. Who would be its third partner in the six-man tag? If this past SmackDown were any indication, Randy Orton would definitely work.
Orton’s also got unfinished business with The Shield. Those three stood tall thanks to Daniel Bryan’s assault only to fall on Raw in a non-title six-man tag. All three former world champions, they would pose a serious threat to The Shield’s championship reign.
The stories would also work. More pressure and stock will be added for The Shield in the long run. It’s something that no other faction has ever achieved: defending different titles in the same match. These matches would also bring credibility to these titles again, especially the US title that is in dire need of credibility.
Regardless, recognition goes to The Shield for flawlessly crafting the six-man wars. It's proven it can work in regular and extreme environments. The Shield brings justice to their matches, and it can bring justice to the titles in six-man tag matches.
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