Roman Reigns hooked up to WrestleMania Backlash

It took a while, but it was finally confirmed that Roman Reigns was part of the match at WrestleMania Backlash. He will join The Usos to meet Drew McIntyre and RK-Broom in a six-player team match that promises to be fireworks.

Despite so many champions being in the ring together in this match, nothing will be at stake on Sunday. But that doesn’t mean it’s nothing. In fact, tensions between the two teams have been simmering in recent weeks.

The tribal chief has ruled as a champion for almost two years. During that time, he met opponents ranging from Brock Lesnar to Daniel Bryan, and at the time he wasn’t nailed down. However, fans are confident that Scottish Warrior will be the one to give Reigns his first hit in a while.

The question arises as to whether the WWE should do the unthinkable and force the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion to take the pin in the match. In this regard, we present two reasons for and against it.

# 4. Why Roman Reigns should be pinned to WrestleMania Backlash: That would immediately make the show a big thing and cast more eyes on SmackDown

SmackDown would experience a jerk if his face was nailed


Roman Reigns is the undisputed WWE Universal Champion. He’s the best star in all of WWE, one who hasn’t been hooked in over two years. If he competes in a match in which there are five other men, logic dictates that he must be protected.

Even if The Bloodline takes the L, one of Jimmy or Jey Uso may be the one to take the pin. Pinning Reigns is great for the value of the shock, but it’s not that WWE has no other option in the match. One of the Usos taking the pin would also be useful for the story, especially if the Head of the Table gets angry at his relatives for disgracing him.

# 2. Why Reigns should be attached: That would increase the intensity of his championship rivalry with Drew McIntyre

Clearly, Reigns vs. McIntyre is a bigger conclusion from the match


As tempting as it is for Roman Reigns to embarrass The Bloodline and lose the ball, it makes sense to save it for a bigger opportunity. WWE could have Drew McIntyre’s best challenger to pay his respects and send the champion to Claymore Country when they meet.

One of The Usos is set to take the bowling alley after an intense clash of a six-man team match, causing Reigns to shoot his cousins ​​and give them up. When that happens, the Usos can continue to challenge RK-Bro in a match to unite the team title, leaving their tribal chief alone in the fight against McIntyre.

Almost two years as a champion have shown us that Roman Reigns is weakened without his cousins ​​to help him. Then he should finally taste defeat by the Scottish Warrior, finally bringing to an end the reign (intention of the word) of terror.

Who is stronger? Goldberg or Brock Lesnar? Drew McIntyre answers the final question.

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