WWE round-up: Roman Reigns fails to win Heavyweight World Title at TLC

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WWE fans, hello and welcome to the first round-up of the week.

There’s plenty to sink your teeth into after this weekend’s action - luckily for you, we have the most important bits amassed both above and below.

Watch the video for the major headlines and read on for more. Leave thoughts and opinions in the comments box provided.

TLC wrap-up

With this weekend’s TLC pay-per-view out of the way, WWE fans have been given plenty to mull over, not least the fact that Sheamus remains Heavyweight World Champion.

Roman Reigns was unable to take the belt from the Irishman - largely thanks to some involvement from League of Nations - and there were plenty of other talking points as well.

For one, Kevin Owens lost his Intercontinental title to Dean Ambrose, whilst the New Day retained their Tag Team Championship.

Reigns' revenge

Of course, there was some solace for Reigns to be found in his brutal beatdown of The Authority’s Triple H.

The company’s COO took to the ring only to be taken out by Reigns, who hit him with a spear, superman punch and a powerbomb onto the announcer’s table.

Fans were left chanting ‘Thank You Roman’.

Bryan's ongoing WWE situation

Last, but not least, Daniel Bryan has confirmed that the WWE is continuing to work with him regarding his future with the company inside the ring.

Only last week did the wrestler make clear that his future as a professional wrestler was looking bleak as a result of his numerous concussion-related issues, but he’s said that he continues to be sent for brain MRIs and brain EGs.

Hopefully it’s not the end yet for the YES Movement leader.

Roman Reigns
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