*Spoiler* John Cena will challenge Roman Reigns at SummerSlam

by   |  VIEW 405

*Spoiler* John Cena will challenge Roman Reigns at SummerSlam

During the last episode of Friday Night Smackdown, WWE staged the segment of Summerslam's contract signing valid for Roman Reigns' Universal title. The challenge launched last week between Finn Balor and Reigns himself was in fact the challenge that black and white should have been made official in that of tonight's episode, with Roman Reigns, Paul Heyman and the same "Prince" of NXT, who were the only ones foreseen in the segment of the signing of the contract.

As always, however, during the signing of the contract for the Summerslam titled match, all sorts of things happened, probably in one of the strangest and most surprising segments in all of the recent history of WWE, which in the end sanctioned a completely match.

different than what fans and insiders thought for SummerSlam. It has been confirmed that John Cena will challenge Roman Reigns at SummerSlam for the WWE Universal Championship. The Leader of the Cenation got his match after an interesting turn of events on this week's episode of SmackDown.

John Cena will challenge Roman Reigns at SummerSlam

During the contract signing segment for one of the main summer events of the Big Four, where only Finn Balor and Roman Reigns were to enter, two characters well known to the blue show audience finally got involved: Baron Corbin and John Cena.

After the promos of the two SummerSlam opponents, Baron Corbin, the former King of the Ring, now disgraced, entered the ring in front of the two, who tried in every way to have the titled chance he was entitled to. to Balor, even threatening to steal the contract of the titled match.

At this point, the most sensational part of the segment arrived, with John Cena who intervened in the ring, literally snatching the contract from Baron Corbin and signing the sheet in place of Finn Balor, writing his surname in big letters above that of Balor.

Apparently, according to Adam Pearce and Sonya Deville, that's said to be enough to formalize the match valid for the Universal title between John Cena and Roman Reigns in that of the company's summer Big Four. At this point, however, will it remain a 1 vs 1 or will the WWE turn everything into a triple threat, putting Balor in the middle too? It was originally expected that John Cena would be on his way following SummerSlam.

WWE announced the Summer of Cena, which was expected to last all the way till the Biggest Party of the Summer. However, it looks like this is no longer the plan, as the Leader of the Cenation is expected to stay on well after SummerSlam.

The 16-time world champion has been advertised to make an appearance at Madison Square Garden in New York on September 10th, 2020.