WWE round-up: Triple H confirms rematch for Sheamus and Roman Reigns

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Reigns rematch on the cards

Sheamus may be the new WWE Heavyweight World Champion, but he’ll have to banish the memory of Roman Reigns, quite literally, before it’s all peace and quiet.

Sheamus won the belt at the weekend when he cashed in his Money In The Bank and delivered a Brogue Kick to Reigns, who had only just beaten Dean Ambrose himself.

Triple H has, however, confirmed that the pair will face off in a TLC match at next month’s Tables, Ladders and Chairs event, so the feud is far from over.

Cesaro admission

Meanwhile, Cesaro has admitted that he could be out for six months after suffering an injury to his rotator cuff.

The Swiss wrestler confirmed he had undergone surgery for the issue - fairly common amongst top level athletes - but that doesn’t help the organisation any given their already bulging injury list.

The reason behind Sheamus winning?

Finishing us off, a controversial claim made regarding Sheamus’ ascension to the World Heavyweight throne focuses on the idea that the WWE made the Irishman the champion because Roman Reigns is still booed by large sectors of the crowd.

This specific batch of speculation comes from Cageside Seats, who say that the WWE didn’t want to have a champion who is continuously booed.

Their apparent plan is to have Reigns build up an affinity with the crowd, before allowing him to wrestle the title back of Sheamus when he’s more suited to becoming the No.1.

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