Possible Update On WWE’s WrestleMania 39 Plans For Roman Reigns – Report

A new report on WWE’s possible plans for Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 39 suggests that The Tribal Chief could perform on both nights of the mega-event.

WrestleMania 39 will take place in Los Angeles on April 1 and 2, 2023, at SoFi Stadium. Roman Reigns is currently the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion, with many fans anticipating him to face off against The Rock at a high-profile show. However, at the time of writing this news, there is no confirmation about the possible opponent of Reigns.

According to a recent report in Zero News, WWE may have a secret to work both the nights of WrestleMania. The rumor of booking an upcoming World Title picture at The Show of Shows opens up a number of possibilities. Meanwhile, the outlet noted that the above plans may be subject to change.

“Roman is in internal talks about pulling double duty at ‘Mania. That could change though.”

Regardless of WWE’s plans for Reigns, it cannot be denied that this upcoming road to WrestleMania is expected to be one of the most interesting builds in years.

Raw superstar is confident that he can defeat Roman Reigns
Ever since capturing the Universal Championship at Payback in August 2020, The Head of the Table has tightened his grip over the entire WWE. He has now been champion for over 800 days, defeating top stars such as Edge, John Cena and Kevin Owens.

Speaking to CityNews Ottawa, United States Champion Austin Theory claimed that he is preparing for a face-off with Reigns.

“Whoever is going to beat Roman Reigns should actually beat Reigns, not just some luck and I think the chapter that Austin Theory is leading should keep him on his toes. ” Theory said, “setting up the qualifiers to be a toe-to-toe rule.” (h/t CityNews Ottawa)

The Tribal Chief’s most recent title defense came earlier this month at Crown Jewel, where he defeated Logan Paul. It will be interesting to see who will take over at WrestleMania 39.

Who do you think will be the one to dethrone the head of the table? Let us know in the comments section below.

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