Smackdown: Shocking announcement about Roman Reigns! OMG.

As revealed a few months ago initially by the well-known journalist Sean Ross Sapp of the Fightful site, WWE has largely changed the weekly and monthly commitments of its Tribal Chief, Roman Reigns, going to remove his presence from several live events of the company, but also several PPV and weekly tapings.

The well-known journalist had in fact stated a few months ago: “WWE has confirmed to Fightful that his live event schedule has been curtailed, but he will still be on TV and he shouldn’t be missing too many times.

This doesn’t seem to be true. In fact, we continued with further questions to clarify the matter.” In practice, according to the sources with whom the Fightful reporter spoke, Roman Reigns should not have been absent for long from the WWE TV screens, but he did not, since the Tribal Chief was not present even at Money in the Bank or at Hell in a Cell, with his absence that will also continue on the company’s weekly shows.

As reported only a few weeks after these statements, it was confirmed that Reigns would also be absent from the next episode of the month of October of the WWE Extreme Rules, with this absence that is confirmed even today.

Roman Reigns will miss another PPV

After seeing the resounding return to Smackdown of the former NXT Champion and partner Scarlett, all the fans and insiders of the company have wondered if the match between Drew McIntyre and Roman Reigns of Clash at the Castle in September would become a triple threat match, as logic pointed out.

In the hours immediately following Kross’s return, however, several sites in the sector confirmed that the WWE match in the UK would not be changed, with Kross then going to request his titled match on another occasion.

Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter has said that the company will likely give Karrion Kross a major push and have him face Roman Reigns. But when? Given that the absence of Reigns from the October ppv is confirmed, according to the well-known Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer, we just have to wait for the appointments in subsequent ppv and then the WWE could opt to have Reigns vs Kross or Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia next November 5th or directly in the annual edition of the Survivor Series, with the long-awaited Champion vs Champion match that obviously will not be able to go on stage this year, given that Reigns holds both the maximum belts of the main roster.

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