Tonight's RAW opened with a somewhat controversial segment as Seth Rollins began to discuss and reflect upon the recent suspension of Roman Reigns.
After it was announced last week that Reigns would be suspended for 30 days after violating the company's wellness policy, fans were left with a lot of questions.
What about Battleground?
With the upcoming Battleground Pay Per View and Reigns set to take on Rollins and Dean Ambrose in a triple threat match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, where does a 30 day suspension leave the Roman Empire?
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Well the WWE wasted little time in addressing the issue tonight as Rollins began one speech and then changed his mind to discuss Reigns.
What followed was the two alternate opinions on Reigns as presented by his two former Shield brothers Ambrose and Rollins.
The segment also went close to changing the entire Battleground main event.
With John Cena and AJ Styles getting involved, they were both given a chance to enter the main event at Battleground.
However some outside distractions from Styles cost Cena his match against Rollins and Cena would go on to cost Styles his match against Ambrose meaning that neither would enter the title picture at Battleground.
The big question
Throughout RAW, the announcers and superstars continued to claim that Reigns was in the main event and that the triple threat match was still in tact.
It now seems likely that the build up for the Shield triple threat will be without one of the three 'brothers' and will rely on Rollins and Ambrose to carry the feud.