Roman Reigns has been on the top of the whole WWE roster for a long time now. The Undisputed WWE Universal Champion has been dominating over all the superstars and has made his name get written in the history books as well. But the Tribal Chief is now getting the ‘Brock Lesnar’ treatment after he has reportedly signed a new contract with the company with mush lesser live event appearances.
Not only that, but Reigns was initially being advertised for the next premium live event, Hell in a Cell 2022, but has now been removed from the advertisements for the premium live event as well. More reports claim that the Tribal Chief is now not going to be a part of many premium live events and weekly shows and that Head of the Table would now start getting into the part-timer category.
Also, as per the earlier plans, Reigns will not face the Scottish Warrior Drew McIntyre anytime soon. Instead, the match would come at a bigger event like the Clash at the Castle. Interestingly, the current plans for Roman Reigns are considered to be the Apex Predators, Randy Orton, and the Almighty, Bobby Lashley and on of the two women could be challenging the Head of the Table at Money in the Bank and SummerSlam.
Is WWE heading into the right direction with Roman Reigns?
WWE has been portraying Roman Reigns as the greatest superstar of a time and has already started giving him the Brock Lesnar like treatment. The Undisputed WWE Universal Champion appearing in lesser premium live events is somehow one of the worst decisions made by the company.
Reigns is being groomed for a match against Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson at WrestleMania 39 and has both the world championships currently. With both the world championships not being featured at premium live events could be a huge setback for the company and theratings could dump in very easily day after day.