“It’s a trap”, “He’s losing the titles”- WWE changes Roman Reigns’ Status for an Upcoming Event To Lose Titles. OMG

“It’s a trap”, “He’s losing the titles”- Wrestling world erupts after WWE changes Roman Reigns’ status for an upcoming event.

“It’s a trap”, “He’s losing the titles”- Wrestling world erupts after WWE changes Roman Reigns’ status for an upcoming event.

The announcement of Roman Reigns’ inclusion in this year’s Money in the Bank PLE has caused a stir in the wrestling world. The event is set to take place at the iconic O2 Arena in the UK, and initially, Reigns was not listed as one of the featured stars. However, the WWE recently added him to the list, which has many fans speculating about the implications of this change.

One of the main attractions of the Money in the Bank PLE is the traditional ladder match, which sees competitors vying to retrieve a briefcase suspended above the ring. The winner of the match earns the right to cash in the briefcase for a title opportunity at any time. Reigns’ presence at the PLE puts him at risk of getting cashed in on by the new winner on the same day. This has led to many fans believing that the recent change in Reigns’ status could have significant consequences for the show.

Reigns has been working a limited schedule for over a year, and he was absent from the Money in the Bank PLE last year. As such, his inclusion in this year’s event has sparked speculation that something major is going to happen. Many fans are eagerly anticipating the possibility of a surprise cash-in, which would add an element of unpredictability to the already exciting event.

Who’s Next for Roman Reigns in WWE?

Since turning heel at SummerSlam 2020, Roman Reigns has been on a dominant run, taking down top wrestlers one after another. With few credible challengers left to face him, the Universal Champion is set to make history at Night of Champions by holding the championship for 1000 days. However, Reigns’ next title defense is expected to take place at the PLE in Saudi Arabia, and the identity of his opponent is still unknown.

While Reigns hasn’t been seen much on TV programming since his victory over Cody Rhodes at WrestleMania 39 and is currently not in any feud, reports suggest that WWE is discussing three potential challengers for him. The names being considered are Bobby Lashley, Karrion Kross, and AJ Styles. Lashley and Styles have had notable feuds with Reigns in the past, while Kross has never faced the megastar before.

Although Reigns is not scheduled to appear at the upcoming Backlash event, he will make his return to SmackDown this week, which will be the go-home show for the pay-per-view. However, while he won’t be competing, his faction, The Bloodline, will be in action in a six-man tag team match against Matt Riddle, Sami Zayn, and Kevin Owens.

Fans are eager to see who Reigns’ next challenger will be and whether anyone can put an end to his dominant reign as the Universal Champion.

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