WWE: Roman Reigns to make Ringside Fest appearance despite injury

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WWE superstar Roman Reigns is currently undergoing extensive rehabilitation after a terrible hernia injury ruled him out of Night of Champions last week, but the popular star is not about to let his injury stop him from fulfilling his wrestling duties.

Reigns to appear at Ringside Fest

That’s right, for all of those fans fearing that Roman Reigns would miss Ringside Fest in New York City October 4th, time to relax, because the superstar wrestler has announced that he will still appear, according to reports

Reigns is due to appear in NYC alongside Dean Ambrose, the Bella Twins, Stardust and Goldust, with the WWE fans going to the event guaranteed to be extremely relieved that the main attraction will be present despite his injury.

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Emergency surgery

Roman Reigns had to undergo emergency surgery for an incarcerated hernia the day before Night of Champions, with the superstar expected to be out for at least another two months.

The injury has forced a major re-write of WWE’s script going forward, but the most important issue is the wrestler’s recovery, which he admitted himself needs to happen as soon as possible.

"Finally headed home for some R&R!! My recliner is calling my name!! #Recovery #ASAP," tweeted WWE’s rising star.
Vince McMahon and co will be hoping his return is swift, with Reigns set to be in line for some huge storylines in the coming months.


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