Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns and Jon Moxley (Known as Dean Ambrose) burst onto the WWE scene at Survivor Series 2012. The trio made an instant impact on debut making sure that CM Punk held onto his WWE Championship.
Over the following months the group established themselves as one of the most formidable forces in WWE, and their run as a unit is still fondly remembered by fans to this day. Since splitting up in 2014, each member of the group has gone on to achieve enormous success, each enjoying multiple World Title reigns with their presence being felt across the globe.
Seth Rollins Discusses His Relationship with Roman Reigns And Jon Moxley
“Obviously none of us are as close as we were and we may never be as close as we were during those first two years.
Everyone’s off doing their own thing, we’re all on separate shows. Roman and I see each other occasionally at the pay-per-views if he’s on those, and neither of us see Mox ever. He’s busy doing his own thing, whether it’s AEW or GCW or New Japan – wherever he wants to show up!”
Despite this, Rollins explained that there will always be a connection between them, comparing the group to other legendary factions.
“Obviously the bond isn’t as close but it will always exist in the same way that the Horsemen are always gonna be the Horsemen, the nWo are always gonna be the nWo, The Shield has that type of aura about it,
There’s always gonna be a connection there, no matter what happens or which directions we go.”
In WWE Roman Reigns is currently enjoying the longest World Title of the modern era as he stands tall as Undisputed WWE Universal Champion. Meanwhile, Rollins has also enjoyed a fine 2022, feuding with the likes of a returning Cody Rhodes, and winning the United States Title.
Jon Moxley is also in the midst of arguably the best run of his career, having claimed the AEW World Championship twice in 2022. The star has featured in memorable matches with CM Punk, Bryan Danielson and MJF to name just a few along the way.