Roman Reigns, one of the biggest champions of all time and a standout performer in WWE history, has solidified his position in that category. Both of the top titles have remained firmly in The Tribal Chief’s hands, but this year, his illustrious reign as champion may be coming to an end.
At Payback 2020, Reigns beat Bray Wyatt to win the Universal Championship. At WrestleMania 38, Reigns defeated Brock Lesnar to win the WWE Championship. Even today, the Head of the Table is still the holder of both titles, and he has triumphed over every obstacle placed in his path to keep them.
Many fans are wondering when the leader of Bloodline’s run will end because he has carried the main event scene from the Thunderdome era to Triple H’s new creative direction. Dave Meltzer discussed WWE’s plans to have Roman Reigns forfeit the titles at WrestleMania 39 while speaking on Wrestling Observer Radio.
Who is Roman Reigns’ next opponent?
Dave Meltzer said, “I guess there’s talk of breaking that one up already, this year, maybe at WrestleMania.” Now, Triple H’s strategy for Reigns appears to be to create or find a respectable challenger for him to compete against in the main event at this year’s WrestleMania. Fans have been speculating as to whether The Rock will challenge The Tribal Chief for the WWE throne.
Steve Austin could be Roman Reigns’ next opponent at WrestleMania 39, according to Vince Russo. At the Royal Rumble of 2023, Reigns will defend his championships against Kevin Owens, one of his previous rivals, and is predicted to win once more. Following this contest, there is a lot of discussion about the likelihood that Roman Reigns and The Rock’s ideal match will occur at this year’s WrestleMania. That might not occur, though, if the Great One is unable to clear his schedule in April to participate in a match.