Reigns shook the WWE Universe last month when he showed that he first caught this terrible disease 11 years ago and after quickly putting her in remission, cancer, unfortunately, recently returned.
Then Big Dog refused the Universal Championship, which worked so hard to win from Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam and returned home for treatment.
At that time, the four-time world champion recently reformed The Shield with Ambrose and Seth Rollins, but the team disbanded again when the 33-year-old grappler took up his spare time.
The Lunatic Fringe turned the heel the same night when he brutally crushed Rollins moments after they won the RAW Tag Team Championship from Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre.
The two former world champions should be drawn into a long and strong enmity, but the initial plans seemed to be a bit different.
In accordance with Give me sportThe application for the Combat bulletin claims that Ambrose should have betrayed Shield much later, and this will lead to WrestleMania vs. Reigns on April 7 at MetLife Stadium in New York.
However, Big Dog's condition changed everything, and therefore the ex-champion of WWE inflamed his rivalry with Rollins.
Ambrose finally explained his actions last Monday evening at the RAW and even missed Rains, as he claimed that he and the Intercontinental Champion made him feel weak.
He said: “To tell the truth, I thought Shield was stronger.
"I used to think that this character made me strong, I thought it was [vest] made me strong.
“But the truth is that Shield made me weak.
"You [Rollins] made me weak. Roman made me weak. The burden of being your brother, the burden of keeping track of your back made me weak.
“But every day is a new day, a chance to be reborn.
"A chance to take the past and burn it."
Their first match will take place after this Sunday's Survivor Pay-Per-View series, which will see Rollins fighting US champion Shinsuke Nakamura in a match with Interromat.