Subsequent to bringing together WWE‘s big showdowns at WrestleMania 38, Roman Reigns has turned into a phantom, seldom safeguarding his title or in any event, wrestling. Reigns have been WWE the executives unmistakable decision to be the person since the separation of The Shield in 2014, and after years spent attempting to compel grinning hero Reigns down the crowd’s throat, “The Big Dog” at long last tracked down his actual bringing in 2020. After a break during the early months of the Coronavirus pandemic, Reigns stunned many by returning as a heel, complete with the obnoxious Paul Heyman next to him.
Presently embracing his normally presumptuous genuine character, Reigns ‘ heel run as “The terrible Chief ” has demonstrated to be the best work of his profession. So great has Reigns been that basically, nobody disapproved of his year-in addition to rule as WWE universal champion. Reigns were cutting cash promotions and having great to extraordinary matches at enormous compensation per-view like Royal Rumble and SummerSlam, and when it came time to bind together the all-inclusive and WWE big showdowns at WrestleMania 38, barely any questioned that Reigns would, at last, lose Brock Lesnar on the Most excellent Phase of All and arise with all the gold.
Tragically, what ought to have been a victorious rule as WWE’s undisputed title holder immediately hit a rough patch, with Reigns unexpectedly working definitely fewer dates than expected, with not an obvious reason given onscreen. Reigns didn’t protect his title at the WrestleMania Backfire pay-per-view, he didn’t show up by any stretch of the imagination at hell in a cell, and is likewise not as of now reserved for money in the Bank.
Reigns rarely appear in SmackDown or Raw, not to mention wrestling in these programs. Reigns’ current schedule reflects Lesnar’s own schedule, which has always been a part-time performer since returning from the UFC to WWE in 2012, even if he holds the top title. Reigns suddenly do the same as he has repeatedly criticized Lesnar for being an absentee champion and has been on television constantly during his universal title run-up to WrestleMania 38. .. Reigns’ next title defense was finally announced in the SmackDown episode on Friday, but the clash with Matt Riddle in the June 17th edition of the show rarely alleviates the overall problem. For one thing, many WWE supporters said the match was actually as advertised, given that Reigns hadn’t appeared on television for a few weeks and the preparations for the match were made entirely without him. I doubt to proceed. It’s no surprise that the Reigns vs. Riddle title match turns out to be some sort of bait-and-switch. Unfortunately, WWE boss Vince McMahon wasn’t shy about attracting the crowd. Even if Reigns defends against Riddle, the last-minute nature of the match can mean that Riddle has no chance of winning, and there is little reason to excite fans. A potential match against Riddle is the 2022 WWE World Championship drought, as Reigns doesn’t appear to defend his title at SummerSlam until the end of July and isn’t currently promoted to another SmackDown show. It will be a short rest from. Even more annoying about this overall situation is that when WWE booked him to unify the world title at WrestleMania 38, he didn’t know that Reigns would soon switch to a part-time schedule. The logical way to unify the titles is to put them in the fighting champion, not in the cloak.