WWE reportedly bottle original plans to turn Roman Reigns heel

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When it comes to the WWE, those in charge of the company are no strangers with regard to changing plans whenever they see fit.

Whether it be the break-up of a particular group or a title loss for a certain superstar, members of the WWE Universe are used to the company making often unwelcome choices.

The most recent example of this has been reported by NoDQ.com and concerns two of the biggest names in WWE at present.


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As the site has revealed, WWE's original plans included a double turn angle between Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns.

The company were set on a babyface and heel angle for Rollins and Reigns respectively, but those plans have surprisingly now been cancelled.

Surprising decision

In what appears to be one of WWE's trademark strange decisions, fans seem to be expected to cheer for an already-disliked, babyface Reigns.

The majority of the WWE Universe do not support Reigns as a babyface and in turn would surely do so with ease should he turn heel, which begs the question as to why WWE chose to make this decision. 

As for Seth Rollins, fans for the most part would be on his side either way, but a babyface persona seems most likely over the coming months, ahead of a possible meeting with a heel Triple H at WrestleMania 33 next year.

This as well however may prove to be a poor choice on the company's behalf given the fact that members of the WWE Universe naturally support Triple H in the ring.

Ultimately, any decision made by those in charge at WWE is final even if it does not please the majority of fans but nonetheless, the company will be hoping to have made the right choice with Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins. 

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