When will Roman Reigns return to WWE?
The Undisputed WWE Universal champion Roman Reigns has not been on TV following the “tribal court” which broke The Bloodline in half.
WWE Universal champion Roman Reigns is set to appear on Friday Night SmackDown next month.
The 38-year-old wrestler hasn’t made a public appearance in WWE in over a month.
The Tribal Chief was last in action at 2023 SummerSlam on 5 August when he defeated Jey Uso in an Undisputed WWE Universal Championship match.
A week later, Reigns appeared on SmackDown, where he confronted Jimmy and Jey Uso before getting taken out by the latter who then left WWE for a short while.
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Having held the title for over 1000 days, the Bloodline leader has been unstoppable ever since he made his shock return to WWE in August 2020. He is scheduled to wrestle at the upcoming Crown Jewel premium live event in Saudi Arabia in November but his opponent is yet to be revealed.
The Tribal Chief is expected to make is return on 27 October on SmackDown.
Wrestling veteran Vince Russo believes Reigns will finally be defeated for the Universal title but the person who will dethrone him is not signed by WWE yet.
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“How would I book Roman Reigns dropping the title? Bro, I’ll be honest with you. Whoever Roman Reigns is dropping the title to, they are not employed by the WWE at this moment. They are not there. You know, my theory is you keep the belt on the guy that is the most over. Roman Reigns is the most over and there is nobody close. So, therefore, you’re asking me who he should drop the title to? He’s not there,” Russo was quoted on Sportskeeda.