In the last few hours, there has been talk of the agenda of Roman Reigns, the current undisputed WWE champion. In the last few hours he has in fact made a lot of talk about his inclusion in the company's roster of a live event, something unusual in the last year.
What is starting to cause discussion now, however, is that his name is not among those present for one of the company's next major PPVs: Money in the Bank. Although MITB is not one of the four Big Four of the company, it is still a huge event for the federation, immediately after the Royal Rumble, Wrestlemania, SummerSlam and the Survivor Series.
As confirmed by the advertisements around the O2 Arena in London, site of the next ppv dedicated to WWE briefcases and as also confirmed by the dedicated web page managed by WWE, there will be many great athletes from the company, such as: Charlotte Flair, Cody Rhodes, Bianca Belair, Drew McIntyre, Becky Lynch and Seth Rollins, but the Tribal Chief, currently not included in this list, will be missing.
Backstage news on Roman Reigns
Roman Reigns managed to defeat Sami Zayn at Elimination Chamber on Saturday night, thus keeping his belts as undisputed champion, with fans starting to think that maybe it's not over here for the Canadian, with the possibility of seeing him add to the match between the champion and The American Nightmare, though for now it's thought Zayn will join forces with Kevin Owens to defeat The Usos for the tag team titles at the Showcase of the Immortals.
Dave Meltzer gave an update on the situation on his Wrestling Observer Radio (signup required), with transcript of the Wrestling News topic, saying, "I know what the plan was, even a week ago, and it was Roman and Cody. It is not Sami who is thrown in.
Could they do it? They could always change. I thought, watching Cody's interview with Sami (on Raw), 'Maybe they'll make it a threesome' look, they told me they weren't going to do anything with Sami's story, but you're always going…could always change".
Roman Reigns has hinted that he would mention Jon Moxley on WWE TV if needed. "I never shy away from my history. Those two are my brothers. Mox sat there, I mean we've done, achieved, gone through the highs and lows, the ebbs and flows of it all. So that'll never change anything, I'll always have a deep love and respect for both of those guys."