WWE Undisputed Universal Champion Roman Reigns has confirmed during last night’s live show that he might start working a reduced schedule.
Ever since making his long-awaited heel turn, Roman Reigns has been one of the top professional wrestlers in the world and the undisputed face of the WWE.
He has held the Universal Championship for a record 400+ days and counting, while also unifying it with the WWE Championship by beating Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 38.
It has been rumored recently that ‘The Head of the Table’ had signed a new contract with WWE, which would make him show up for less live-events because he is entering a ‘new phase’ of his life.
During last night’s live show at Iowa, Reigns addressed these rumors. He said:
“I know I had the internet talking last week or the week before that, but I honestly don’t know if I’m going to be doing too many more live events like this, on a Sunday, going forward,” Reigns confirmed.
“So this could be my last one and I want y’all to know that it was very special for me and I had an incredible time.”
However, Reigns will still be featured on SmackDown’s weekly shows and in a selected amount of WWE premium-live-events.
Some of the events that will see ‘The Tribal Chief’ in action later this year will be Money In The Bank (July 2nd), SummerSlam (July 30th) and Clash At The Castle (September 3rd).
Reigns is also advertised to be wrestling at Raw MSG’s special and in SmackDown’s show in Boston.
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