Who is the newest member of the Shield?

Triple H teamed up with the Shield during a WWE event in Glasgow. Image Source:  twitter

Triple H teamed up with the Shield during a WWE event in Glasgow. Image Source: twitter

Internet Desk: The Shield reunion in WWE is currently the most trending topic right now. In a WWE event at Glasgow, Scotland last night, the shield introduced a new member of their team in front of the WWE fans.

In the absence of Roman Reigns, who is suffering with a viral bug, the other two Shield members Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose were preparing themselves in the ring to face the team of Sheamus, Cesaro and Bray Wyatt in a 2-on-3 handicap match. Just ahead of the start of the match The Shield suddenly introduced 14-time WWE Champion Triple H as their third member of the team.

Rollins revealed that though Reigns isn’t in the Arena but he always has a Plan B and surprisingly it was none other than ‘The Game’.

The team of Rollins, Ambrose and Triple H beat the hell out of Sheamus, Cesaro and Wyatt. The Cerebral Assassin took the role of Roman Reigns as he gave a Powerbomb to Cesaro.

Earlier during the WWE Pay-per-view of Table Ladders & Chairs Raw General Manager and former Olympic champion Kurt Angle too teamed up with Rollins and Ambrose in the absence of Reigns.

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