- The Shield will remain a group after tonight's WrestleMania XXX pay-per-view. The trio will be working as babyfaces, and are slated to team with John Cena for several live events over the next couple of months.
- Speaking of The Shield, Steven Muehlhausen of BetweenTheRopes.com interviewed Seth Rollins in New Orleans this weekend. During the interview, Rollins discussed how much Roman Reigns leans on him and Dean Ambrose.
"You know what, I tell him this and we joke about it, but the smartest thing the (WWE) company did was put him with me and (Dean) Ambrose," Rollins said. "Because when we met him, he started from scratch. Granted he's got a whole family history in the wrestling business, but he's a football player. He's an athlete and he's coachable, but like he gets it. Like he got it quick and he understood right away what we were doing.
"I think putting him with myself and Ambrose, who had the wealth of experience and the all the knowledge and traveling the road. We're in a car all the time, we're on the planes together, we're having the matches together. He was just able to soak up that information we were giving out like a sponge and you can see the difference. He was great when we came in, but look at him now and he's a completely different performer. It was the smartest thing they ever did, putting him with us."
Rollins also discusses facing the Wyatt's and being scared those matches wouldn't happen, getting more offense, leaving the independents and more. You can check out the full interview here.