On 21st October 2021, Roman Reigns will present himself to Crown Jewel as the Universal Champion and his goal will be to be able to defend his title from the onslaught of Brock Lesnar. The latter made his return to WWE in the final juncture of SummerSlam, shortly after the affirmation of the Tribal Chief against John Cena.
The two have given birth to a very intense rivalry, made even more heated by the role of Paul Heyman. The former Shield member has been undefeated for over 400 days and has rewritten several records over the past year. During a long interview granted to WWE UK, Reigns recalled the sensational injustice suffered at the Greatest Royal Rumble.
Roman was able to inflict a devastating Spear on Lesnar, breaking through the cage, but incredibly couldn't celebrate the victory. Roman Reigns said: "I feel like I was robbed of my victory that night. The goal was to get out of the steel cage through my Spear and I was able to put the plan into action, but the verdict was unfair to me.
If I had a special consultant like Paul Heyman in my corner, we could have asked to watch the replay and I doubt things would have turned out that way. This is one of the reasons why I decided to start a collaboration with Paul Heyman, I wanted to make sure that I would never again suffer such robberies in my career.
I broke through a steel cage with a Spear on Brock Lesnar and I didn't come out of Saudi Arabia as a Universal champion, I still can hardly believe it." Recently, well-known Wrestling Observer Live correspondent Bryan Alvarez highlighted Roman’s attachment to WWE: "Reigns is an athlete who would give his life for WWE.
Maybe there are some choices he doesn't agree with, but he always does everything to keep the name of the company high. We can consider him as a loyal soldier employed by the WWE and its crowd."
The future of Bray Wyatt is...
In July, WWE shocked all fans of the federation by announcing several goodbyes.
Among these, the release of Bray Wyatt was also announced and now fans are waiting to understand the intentions of the former WWE Superstar once his 90-day no-competition clause has expired, just like his former tag team.
partner, Braun Strowman. It is rumored that Bray Wyatt's future may be tied to Impact Wrestling. According to insiders, in fact, the two parties have had contacts, but there is still no agreement in place and neither are they close to signing an agreement.
What appears from Still Real To Us is therefore only Impact Wrestling's interest in Bray Wyatt and the company asked a roster member, familiar with the former WWE champion, to contact him to convince him to accept the TNA.
Despite the important signings of AEW, CM Punk and Daniel Bryan above all, it always seems to be almost certain that in the future of The Fiend there is no federation of Tony Khan. According to reports from journalist Bryan Alvarez, Bray Wyatt will certainly not go to AEW given his situation very different from that of the new arrivals from WWE.
His well-known colleague Dave Meltzer also spoke about his future, saying that despite some rumors, the federation closest to the former WWE Superstar is only Impact Wrestling, the only one that is following him more closely and also the one that is trying to move several people in order to get him to sign.
Surely therefore there seems to be a lot of hype surrounding Bray's future, but at this moment it is still unclear which company he will finish signing with. What it turns out for now is that TNA appears to be the number one favorite at the moment to acquire him.