Roman Reigns has been the face of the company for a long time. The Universal Champion defeated WWE Champion Brock Lesnar in the main event of WrestleMania 38.
Thus, he unified both the world titles and become the undisputed WWE Universal Champion. According to some reports, WWE is planing to have two different world champions again.
The company’s new creative head, Triple H, is also considering the move. Backstage reports suggest that The Game may return to TV and ask Tribal Chief to vacate one of the championships.
The company wants to keep The Head Of The Table undefeated till WrestleMania 39. It has been more than 745 days as Tribal Chief as Universal Champion.
As Xero News reports, it is quite possible that Triple H will come on-screen to tell Roman Reigns that he can choose between the two championships.
The management believes that in this manner they could have two World Champions without Roman Reigns being defeated.
The tweet said,
“One idea that’s currently being discussed about the two World Champions is for The Hunter (Triple H) to come on TV and ask Reigns to pick one title or work on Raw too. That’s the plan.”
The company hopes that a dream match between The Rock and Roman Reigns can happen at WrestleMania 39. For that they want Roman to remain undefeated.
1 idea being thrown around at wwe for the belts situation is simply Hunter appearing on tv and making the demand.
Work raw or hand over the belt.
This protects Roman from being pinned then the Tournament can begin for the new WWE Champion.
— Xero News (@NewsXero) September 13, 2022
The company may get a new world champion at the WWE Day 1
According to a report by Xero News, WWE may organize a tournament for the World Championship, vacated by the Head of the Table. The company may get its new world champion in the Day 1 premium live event.
— Roman Reigns (@WWERomanReigns) September 4, 2022
However, the reports don’t always come to be true and what happens next needs to be seen.
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