*Spoiler* Roman Reigns will return to Raw



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*Spoiler* Roman Reigns will return to Raw

In recent weeks, we have seen several Raw Superstars arrive at Smackdown and vice versa, especially thanks to the annual Draft, which wanted to mix the cards a bit, sending some athletes from the red show to the blue one and vice versa, also throwing in some athlete of NXT, so that we do not miss anything and to create new storylines for fans of the WWE Universe.

In the main event of Monday Night Raw, but also at the beginning of the episode, just a few weeks ago, we also saw the Universal Champion of Friday Night Smackdown, Roman Reigns, present himself in the company of his younger cousins, the Usos, to attack personalities of the caliber of Big E, WWE Champion of the red show and the former overall champion of the flag show of the company: Bobby Lashley.

As it turns out, this won't be the last time we'll see the all-time champion of the blue show in the Raw rings, with a new November date confirmed by the Stamford company that already puts a lot of hype on WWE Universe fans at a distance.

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With a press release arrived via the Twitter account of the UBS Arena, site of the Monday Night Raw episode on November 29th, we learn that the Tribal Chief of Friday Night Smackdown will be present in that of Raw also on that date.

In fact, let's see the news that emerged a few hours ago on social media: We do not know at the moment if the presence of Roman Reigns will be exclusive to a segment not filmed by the cameras and therefore accessible only to the live audience or if the Tribal Chief will appear right in front of the WWE cameras, entering by right in the program and in the lineup of the red show, but considering that the period is exactly that close to the Survivor Series, it is very likely that Roman will make a visit to the Raw ring, to challenge the WWE Champion Big E, provided that both keep their belts in that of Crown Jewel, since both will be called to defend their belts, respectively against Brock Lesnar and Drew McIntyre, in Saudi Arabia.

There is a chance that Roman Reigns' addition to this RAW is an effort to boost ticket sales for the event. If so, it's possible that only fans live in attendance will see Reigns that night, as he could compete in a dark match after RAW goes off the air.

Whatever WWE's current plans are surrounding The Tribal Chief, it's apparent that Reigns is very much at the head of the table in WWE. He will appear anywhere the company feels he's needed, regardless of brand affiliation.