Vince McMahon changed Roman Reigns’ rival



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Vince McMahon changed Roman Reigns’ rival

Immediately after his resounding return to the WWE rings in Summerslam, Roman Reigns was immediately able to regain possession of the Universal champion belt that held the Fiend, with the celebrations of his victory in the company's Big Four events that are held each summer, which lasted very little, due to the intervention in the match already forwarded to Payback, of a completely new and completely heel Roman Reigns, who made the contest his own, recovering the world title at the first possible opportunity.

Apparently, according to many of the WWE Universe fans and many insiders close to the company, the most plausible thing at the moment was to have a new long feud between the two Friday Night Smackdown main eventers, with Bray Wyatt/Fiend acting as pursuer and with Roman Reigns instead continuing his reign undisturbed.

But apparently, from what we're about to tell you, it won't be. According to what was revealed in the past few hours by the voice of the always informed Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer, the patron of the Stamford company, Vince McMahon, would have once again upset the plans in sight for the absolute champion of the blue show, going to completely cancel his feud with Bray Wyatt, which will however be resumed later in the year and not completely abandoned.

Vince McMahon changed Roman Reigns’ rival in WWE Clash of Champions

That fatal four way was won by Jey Uso who made his return to the blue brand to replace Big E who was the original fighter but had suffered an injury and was unable to participate in the match.

But was this the original idea of ​​the writers? Not, the truth is that the WWE SmackDown writers had prepared a script with the continuity of the rivalry between Roman Reigns and The Fiend heading into Clash of Champions, but this was changed by Vince McMahon.

Vince McMahon is very clear that right now The Fiend is not seen as the Baby Face of the company in the blue brand, and he wants this to be consolidated before Roman and The Fiend meet again in a fight. In addition, Vince McMahon also wanted to protect Big E in this fight and avoid a defeat of the fighter since they also have high hopes for him.

Remember that WWE Clash of the Champions will be the next WWE PPV and here in Planet Wrestling We will carry out a complete coverage with all the results and everything that happens in the pay-per-view.