WWE officials will not be very happy this afternoon after a Facebook account has revealed what the main event will be for the Roadblock pay-per-view in December.
Roadblock is a Monday Night Raw PPV and it will be their first one following Survivor Series, and although it's over a month away, the Facebook page for the PPG Paints Arena has already revealed what main event the fans can expect.
The PPV is being held at the PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh, and although WWE hadn't officially announced anything at the time, their Facebook page decided to do the announcement for them.
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In their post, it read: 'JUST ANNOUNCED: Roman Reigns vs. Kevin Owens for the WWE Universal Championship live at Roadblock: End of the Line on 12/18! Click here --> http://bit.ly/2fCkiRc'
However, the annoying thing for WWE is that they hadn't actually announced anything, not officially to the WWE Universe anyway.
Reports and rumours had been building up over the last few days that WWE officials were heavily considering a Champion vs Champion feud between Kevin Owens and Roman Reigns, but the PPG Paints Arena have seemingly confirmed that it will be happening.
Owens, the current Universal Champion, will be putting his title on the line against Reigns, the current United States Champion.
Although it's not yet known if it will be a double-title match, it is known that Owens will be defending his own gold against the former Shield member.
Owens has just defeated Reigns' former tag team partner Seth Rollins, whilst Reigns has been feuding with The Bulgarian Brute Rusev.