Dean Ambrose Says The Shield Are 'The Backbone' Of WWE, WWE In VA & NC Tonight (Reports Wanted)
- We are looking for reports for last night's WWE live event at Crown Coliseum in Fayetteville, NC, so if you attended it, please send us a report by clicking here.
- The second leg of this weekend's WWE tour, headlined by CM Punk vs. The Shield in a 3-on-1 handicap match, kicks off tonight with an event at the Hampton Coliseum in Hampton, VA, followed by a show on Sunday at the Patriot Center in Fairfax, VA. Daniel Bryan vs. Bray Wyatt in a steel cage was also originally scheduled for those events, although that may be changed after Bryan joined The Wyatt Family on RAW this past Monday night. Big E Langston, Mark Henry, The Usos, Damien Sandow and The Miz are also scheduled to appear.
- The Daily Press has a short blurb about tonight's show in Hampton at this link.
- The Fairfax Times has a short interview at this link with U.S. Champion Dean Ambrose, who was promoting Sunday's live event in Fairfax. During the interview, Ambrose said that he never gets tired of beating up CM Punk, and talked about comparisons to Roddy Piper. He also talked about The Shield always giving it their all.
"We feel like we're [The Shield] the backbone of the company," Ambrose said. "We go out there every night and show off the work ethic that rubs off on everybody we work with. We go out there every night to have the best national show — whether it's one or two matches, you got to work twice or whatever it is — we never take a night off."
- The Washington Times also has an article about tomorrow's live event in Fairfax here.
- We would appreciate a report for any of these shows, so if you are attending one, please send us a report by clicking here.
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