As we all know, Randy Orton wore a mask in the last episode of Raw, used to cover the burns that according to the storyline the Legend Killer would have suffered after the attack suffered by Alexa Bliss, who last week had hit him with a fireball.
This appearance has made fans from all over the world discuss on the web, but also the current Universal Champion, Roman Reigns, wanted to express his thoughts about it, commenting right below the WWE Instagram post that portrayed the athlete currently "disfigured" The Tribal Chief could not help but comment and did so in a very concise way, through the use of an amused emoji, which indicates how much this look is not taken very seriously by the former Big Dog of the Shield, who therefore carries on his aura of "bad" even on social media, relying on the vast user base that the WWE Instagram profile can boast.
According to reports from Sportskeeda.com, Randy Orton and Roman Reigns could have had a match in 2020, a very special year for all of us and for the WWE, which had to reach out, just like all of us, trying to bring something particular desolately empty arenas.
Roman Reigns and Randy Orton came close to having a match in 2020
The two athletes were the respective champions of the main brands of the Stamford federation and initially the plans were for a match between these two in that of the Survivor Series, after the same Legend Killer had beaten the Scottish McIntyre at Hell In A Cell, but this meeting was shelved when the same Scottish cuirassier managed to win the WWE Championship again in an episode of Raw, after just twenty-two days.
And you, would you have liked to see this match between these two athletes or did you prefer the choice that was actually taken by Vince McMahon's company? Please let us know with a comment, also expressing which stipulation you think would be suitable for a meeting between these two.
Back in 2020, Roman Reigns and Randy Orton were the top Champions on their respective brands. The Viper had beaten Drew McIntyre for the WWE title inside Hell In A Cell at the namesake PPV. A Champion vs. Champion match was set for Survivor Series between Orton and Reigns, but the match was later canceled when McIntyre defeated Orton to win back the belt mere days before the event.
Reigns and Orton have crossed paths multiple times before, with one of their singles encounters taking place at SummerSlam 2014. Ever since then, the duo has collided on several occasions, and Roman Reigns has an impressive record against The Viper. It would be interesting to see if Orton responds to Reigns over The Tribal Chief poking fun at his look.