Hopefully by Sunday night these images will no longer need to be photoshopped.
Believe in the Shield
This is how I see come Sunday @ Extreme Rules.
Dean Ambrose- US Champion
Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins- Tag Team Champions
Oh how I hope this happens.
Believe in the Shield.
I have to say, I like this graphic far more than the official poster with Sheamus.
I guess this counts as the build-up for Cody Rhodes vs. the Miz at Extreme Rules.
Too bad this sequence was cut from the show that aired on Ion.
Tweeted by Rikishi
I wonder how many pictures similar to this are out there? WWE won’t acknowledge Roman Reigns and the Usos as being related. But for me knowing that they are, gives their matches together an added wrinkle.
I know that some people find it hard to believe that Jimmy & Jey Uso are the sons of Rikishi. But look at Rikishi back in his younger days. Known as Fatu as part of the Samoan Swat Team in the NWA or The Headshrinkers WWF.
The Usos look a lot like their father when he was their age.
I loved how Barrett reacted to Sin Cara’s lighting.
But I can’t figure out the logic that WWE is using. What’s the point of having an Intercontinental Champion that’s constantly losing?
Even without wrestling on Main Event, Dean Ambrose still stole the spotlight. His reactions outside the ring were brilliant.
Flying motorcycle? Oh hell why not.
MegaForce… still more realistic than GI Joe.
If any celebrity deserves to be in the WWE Hall of Fame it’s Mr. T. Along with making several publicity appearances with Hulk Hogan, Mr. T did the following:
*teamed with Hulk Hogan in the main event of WrestleMania I
*faced Rowdy Roddy Piper in a “boxing” match at WrestleMania II
*guest referee for Hulk Hogan vs. Ric Flair at Halloween Havoc ‘94
*wrestled Kevin Sullivan at Starrcade ‘94
That’s far more than Drew Carey ever did for wrestling.
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