Dean Ambrose’s future with the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) is becoming increasingly murky as the week's progress after it was certain that he will leave the company when his contract expires in April.

WWE had even released a statement confirming the former Shield member’s exit after he refused a higher paying contract from the management. The promotion remains keen to retain Ambrose, who is still popular among the WWE Universe.

WWE chairman Vince McMahon is even supposed to have instructed management to give him a new deal with a better schedule, but it was reported that lack of clarity on his creative direction was the reason Ambrose chose to quit. But a lot has changed in the last week with the return of Roman Reigns – real name Joe Anoa'i – and that is said to have made him reconsider his decision.

Reigns spent almost four months out to continue his battle with Leukemia and on Feb. 25 during the airing of Monday Night Raw, the former Universal champion returned to the ring to confirm that he was in remission and immediately was in the thick of the action. He along with Seth Rollins aided Ambrose, who was being attacked by Baron Corbin, Drew McIntyre, Bobby Lashley, and Elias.

This week on Raw, Reigns demanded that the Shield get back together and with Rollins on board it was only left for Ambrose to be convinced. He was initially reluctant but when the former two were attacked by Corbin, McIntyre, and Lashley, Ambrose came to their aid and the "band was back together".

And this has set tongues wagging in the backstage with Wrestling Inc now reporting that most of the wrestlers in the roster are convinced that Ambrose will re-sign with the promotion before his contract expires in April. This will come as a big win for WWE, who were desperate to hold on to one of their most popular superstars and avoid him joining a rival promotion in the future.

Meanwhile, Ronda Rousey unleashed her frustration on Becky Lynch during the recent airing of Monday Night Raw when she interrupted Lynch signing a waiver to be cleared of her 60-day suspension and giving her a chance to reclaim her place at WrestleMania.

The Irishwoman will face Charlotte Flair at the upcoming pay-per-view Fastlane on Sunday where a win will take her to the main event at WrestleMania and make the clash between Flair and Rousey a triple-threat. Rousey had recently threatened to quit WWE amid her war of words with Lynch and she completely snapped on Monday as she attacked both Flair and the Irishwoman with the latter taking the brunt of the assault.

Raw commissioner Stephanie McMahon confirmed there will be consequences after Rousey even questioned her authority and made it clear that WWE will not fire her as she makes “too much money for them”.