What are WWE's plans for Riddle?

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What are WWE's plans for Riddle?
What are WWE's plans for Riddle? (Provided by Wrestling World)

In the last year, WWE had decided to make Matt Riddle and Randy Orton a tag team, almost as a challenge. The two athletes were completely opposite but nevertheless managed to establish a great relationship in the rings of the McMahon-owned company, entertaining everyone, in the most disparate ways.

After months as tag team champions of the flag show, Monday Night Raw, many have wondered if the company's management has ever thought of splitting the two, with rumors emerging from the federation's backstage, which in addition to confirming these ideas and these plans have even brought out the feud that should have existed in Summerslam last summer and that then someone hypothesized could even come for Wrestlemania 38 and instead still nothing done.

After Orton left the scene with a bad back injury, Riddle attempted to go for the Roman Reigns titles, in the last Friday Night Smackdown main event, with the companion of the WWE Viper, who however was beaten, before Brock Lesnar returned to reclaim his WWE world champion reign.

Backstage news on Riddle

In the episode of Raw that aired tonight, WWE wanted to start a possible feud between Seth Rollins and Riddle himself, after BroMan lost his match against the black giant of the Omos federation.

At the moment, WWE has not yet confirmed anything for the next Big Four of the summer, but it is now clear that the two have begun a program that will continue in the coming weeks, after the defeat of Riddle to Reigns and after the Cody Rhodes left the scene due to injury.

To make an analysis of what we could see in the coming weeks, the well-known Dave Meltzer also thought about it, who in his latest newsletter at the Wrestling Observer Radio show said: "I don't think he's going to win, but, I don't even think they're going to do three takes and then three more takes, with Rollins leaving him there like that, because you know, the idea with Cody out is that Rollins remains Raw's top heel and therefore the having a program with Riddle is nothing wrong with that.

That's why I said that this doesn't surprise me after Seth's Curb Stomp. The whole corner of the match with Omos was so ridiculous. It didn't make any kind of sense, but Rollins is already in Money in the Bank so he's not going to fight Riddle at PPV, so I guess they'll start a feud for Summerslam, but you know, we might also see Rollins stage angles directly with people all over. 'inside of his match in the ppv directly."

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