As been the case for over two years now, the spotlight is totally casted over Roman Reigns right now. Coming out of Elimination Chamber after beating Sami Zayn in his hometown of Montreal, Reigns has left everyone berated. But that doesn’t changes the fact that he’s still the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion heading into Los Angeles for WrestleMania 39. Before getting to his opponent in Hollywood, let’s discuss about the champ’s current plans post The Show of Shows.
According to the official listing from WWE, Roman Reigns is currently isn’t scheduled to work this year’s Money in the Bank. The featured superstars as of the writing moment includes Seth, Cody Rhodes, Bianca Belair, Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch, Kevin Owens & Drew McIntyre. There’s absolutely no signs of The Tribal Chief for the premium live event in London. This sure as hell tries to reflect something on Reigns’ immediate future with WWE.
But just to mention, that aforementioned billboarding can be updated as we head towards the event in July. Maybe WWE doesn’t wants to give everything at once and protect the outcome of their WrestleMania main-event featuring Roman Reigns and Cody Rhodes over the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship. In addition to this, the seating map for this year’s Money in the Bank in 02 Arena will have a different aesthetic look. According to the current seating plan, the entire 18,000 capacity arena will be opened for general admission.
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Is Roman Reigns finally going to lose at WrestleMania 39?
For the first time since his reign begun in 2020, Roman Reigns is in serious danger of losing his titles. That being said, his Mania opponent Cody Rhodes looks to dethrone The Head of the Table to serve the purpose and finish his own story. As promised on Raw after WrestleMania last year, The Prodigal Son wants to virtually bestow those World Titles over his deceased Hall of Fame father, Dusty Rhodes.
Cody knows the one thing that’s ever alluded the entire Rhodes family throughout generations – the World Championship. It’s more than necessary for the American Nightmare to take that away from the King Kong of WWE right now at The Showcase of the Immortals. So far, Rhodes & Reigns haven’t come face-to-face in Cody’s WWE return last year. That moment in time is inevitable to happen and it should blow the roof off whenever happens.
This week on Raw, the Special Counsel to Roman Reigns, Paul Heyman once again riled up Cody Rhodes. He tried to convey the message of being the workhorse of the company to Dusty’s baby boy if he somehow defeats Reigns. The Wiseman even questioned the will of Cody Rhodes for the sacrifices he’d need to make once he’s at the top. Before signing off, Heyman didn’t missed a chance to drag Cody’s wife Brandi Rhodes into the matter.
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