Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, & Jon Moxley Comment on 10th Anniversary of The Shield’s Debut & Legacy
Sports Illustrated held a recent interview with WWE’s Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins and AEW’s Jon Moxley discussing the ten year anniversary of The Shield’s official debut in WWE and legacy of the group.
Seth Rollins – “Mox and I were already on the same wavelength, and that was the moment that showed the three of us were of one mind and one goal. That allowed us to be The Shield. Without that mindset, there is no Shield, and the last ten years look a lot different.”
Roman Reigns – “Early on, we found out we were going to be the guys for the company that could pull the wagon as far as we wanted if we worked hard enough. If we didn’t step up, someone else would, so we’ve always done everything in our power to put ourselves in the right position.”
Jon Moxley – “Looking back, it was like we were kids. The first few months of The Shield were fucking intense. It was a different time back then. We weren’t necessarily welcomed with open arms by everybody, but we didn’t give a fuck. We were going to push the pace and have good fucking matches. Before long, everybody wanted to start working with us.”
VICE TV Reportedly Airing Vince McMahon Documentary This December
As noted before, VICE TV is currently planning to air a new Vince McMahon documentary, titled The Nine Lives of Vince McMahon, on their network. This documentary was originally planned to air this past October but was postponed for reasons currently unknown.
The Wrestling Observer’s Bryan Alvarez reported on Twitter that his sources stated that this upcoming documentary is now currently planned to air on December 13th starting at 9PM EST on VICE TV. Alvarez also reported that he was among the people who were interviewed for this upcoming documentary.
The Vice TV documentary on Vince McMahon that Dave and I were interviewed for airs Dec 13th at 9 PM ET— Bryan Alvarez (@bryanalvarez) November 17, 2022
The Rock Reflects on 26th Anniversary of His WWE Debut
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson recently reflected on Twitter about Thursday being the 26th anniversary of his official debut in WWE in Madison Square Garden at Survivor Series 1996.
Wow 26yrs ago 🤯— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) November 17, 2022
What a fateful night in Madison Square Garden having my first ever wrestling match for @wwe.
That big kid who was willing to be the hardest worker in the room would go on to only become famous for wearing a fanny pack.
Seriously tho, what a grateful journey🙏🏾 https://t.co/5VoMB5qER0