A new member of “Evolution” has been revealed as Seth Rollins betrayed his former Shield members Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns to join Triple H and Randy Orton.
It was during the main event of Monday Night Raw that Seth Rollins turned heel and joined Evolution’s side ,shocking not only The Shield, but WWE universe and wrestling fans alike. Randy Orton was scheduled to face Roman Reigns in the main event, but before it got started, Triple H uttered some words saying that it was time for “Plan B”. Holding a steel chair, Rollins attacked Reigns and a shocked Ambrose suffered the same fate and this led to a three on two beat down.
According to isporstweb, Rollins heel turn was considered the right choice for WWE. Ever since the emergence of The Shield, wrestling fans were impressed on how athletic and dominant they are as a group and as individuals. They have faced several WWE wrestlers such as John Cena, CM Punk, Sheamus, and Big Show to tag teams and stables include Team Hell No, The Rhodes brothers, The Usos, The Wyatt Family, and Evolution.
The website further adds that Rollins heel turn gave a chance for the newcomer to shine as an individual wrestler. The WWE felt that he is being overshadowed by his teammates with Dean Ambrose having impressive mic skills as of late, and Roman Reigns’ new found popularity to the fans.
Meanwhile, Dave Batista has left the WWE to promote Marvel’s new movie “Guardians of the Galaxy” alongside Chris Pratt, Zoe Zaldana, and others.
It was reported before that Batista had plans on leaving the company due to internal problems he has with WWE management.
These problems include creative differences in his storylines and payment issues. Batista’s departure to WWE will likely mirror CM Punk as several rumors have hinted that WWE will remove both wrestlers in there record books.
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