Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose make up WWE’s The Shield. (WWE/YouTube) This past Sunday at WWE Fastlane, wrestling fans witnessed what may be the final triple powerbomb from The Shield for a very long time. In what was billed as “one last time,” the devastating trio of Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns – collectively known as The Shield – reunited for one final match against the team of Drew McIntyre, Bobby Lashley and Baron Corbin. In the near 25-minute bout, we saw The Shield dominate their opponents in a similar fashion to their 2012 debut. RONDA ROUSEY DROPS HER OWN PIPE BOMB IN VIDEO: ‘F–K’ THE WWE UNIVERSE Fans in the Quicken Loans Arena bore witness as Baron Corbin, former “Monday Night Raw” General Manager, took The Shield’s signature move in the center of the ring for possibly the last time. In what was Reigns’ return match since his leukemia diagnosis, he scored the victory by pinfall over Corbin after the triple powerbomb. JIM ROSS, VETERAN WWE COMMENTATOR LEAVING COMPANY AFTER 26 YEARS: REPORT Following their match, an emotional Rollins, Ambrose and Reigns embraced in the ring and performed their signature pose in the ring for one last time. GET THE FOX NEWS APP Following last night’s events, the three members are set to go their separate ways. Ambrose is currently set to depart from WWE in the near future, while Rollins is set to challenge Brock Lesnar for the Universal Championship at WrestleMania next month. Roman Reigns will continue to be featured in a prominent position after announcing that he is in remission from leukemia.