Over the last few weeks, rumours have been circulating about the future of Roman Reigns within WWE.
The Undisputed WWE Universal Champion is WWE’s top star right now, but after an emotional promo he cut at live event in New York, it seemed like he may be leaving soon.
That was amplified by the fact he was removed from live events, including Hell in a Cell, during the summer, leaving many people to believe he was set for a lengthy hiatus relatively soon.
Reigns is now being promoted for several shows coming out of Money in the Bank at the beginning of July, so it doesn’t seem like he’s going to be going anywhere
This would have been the period that Reigns was taking off WWE TV, if reports were to be believed, so it seems like the aforementioned hiatus is now off the cards.
- July 8 – SmackDown
- July 9 – Saturday Night’s Main Event Live Event
- July 22 – SmackDown
- August 19 – SmackDown
It’s also been announced that Reigns will be part of the Raw show at Madison Square Garden on July 25, which is typically one of WWE’s biggest TV shows of the year.
h regards to his long-term WWE future, Reigns signed a new deal with WWE recently, which is actually why he’s working less shows.
The deal Roman signed is similar to that of Brock Lesnar, with the 36-year-old now expected to be working fewer shows than he was previously.
Reigns is also slated to be in action at WWE Clash at the Castle in the UK in September, with the working plan for him to face a former rival, which you can read more about by clicking here.