WWE did not have Seth Rollins turning on Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns in the script prior to Raw. WWE writes the script a couple of days in advance and was not written in. Now It could have been that WWE officials wanted to keep it off the books, or it could be that the angle was something they just decided on at Sunday’s Payback pay-per-view.
WWE saw the ratings decline (five weeks in a row) and decided to make a big change to the product with this heel turn. Everyone backstage had the belief that Kane Vs. John Cena would be the main event of the show. Obviously that did not happen and they ended the show with the heel turn.
The angle was good, but I do not agree with turning Seth Rollins due to the simple fact of the Shield should not have broken up. Mike Smith has a great article over this and you should check it out.
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