Roman Reigns could miss a big event



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Roman Reigns could miss a big event

Apparently, the rumors that talk of a lighter schedule for WWE Undisputed Universal Champion, Roman Reigns, seem to have found confirmation through the renewed rumors of the last few hours. According to rumors, Roman will not attend World Wrestling Entertainment's next PPV, Hell in a Cell scheduled for June 5th.

The event will be orphaned of its greatest champion and most likely will give space to other feuds of primary importance such as Cody Rhodes vs Seth "Freakin" Rollins or maybe the much rumoured and desired fight will be staged to decree the new undisputed champions between RK-Bro and Usos.

Certainly, the one to "lose" a train will be Drew McIntyre, who has taken over a feud that has never really ended against Roman and is eager to be able to raise the WWE world title for the third time in his career.

The latest news on Roman Reigns

Jim Cornette cannot understand why Roman Reigns thanked WWE fans during his cryptic promo at a live event last weekend. Could these timings be useful to lengthen the “soup” in anticipation of arriving in September and therefore at the European PPV in Cardiff for the titled match? At the moment we are not sure and such rumors still remain, but according to sources such as the Wrestling Observer Radio by Dave Meltzer and Bryan Alvarez, the next paid event in which the absolute champion will attend, will be during the summer, is, therefore, the next edition of SummerSlam must be assumed.

Also, Meltzer declares that even the commitments of June 24 in Austin and some house shows up to that period, see the presence of Roman canceled, all except the commitments within the stadiums, simply considered more appropriate due to the presence of the maximum champion.

Since Roman Reigns spoke of scaling his schedule back during the recently-concluded WrestleMania Backlash, things seem to be moving quite swiftly. The company's Tribal Chief's comeback to the rings since his fight against cancer made him one of the most inspiring stories during the peak of the pandemic.