As according Dave Meltzer on the newest episode of Wrestling Observer Radio, WWE is delaying a singles match between Roman Reigns and Drew McIntyre until a bigger event. The two men might well face off in a six-man tag team match at the upcoming WrestleMania Backlash premium live event.
Both Roman Reigns as well as Drew McIntyre were inserted into the previously intended RK-Bro vs. The Usos unification match. At this point, it’s unclear whether some of the titles would be on the line.
Lately, Roman Reigns as well as Drew McIntyre have already been trying to compete in singles matches at live events. This was the case previously to WrestleMania 38, and it has remained so since. However, WWE is going to hold off on getting them compete at a high-profile live event including both titles. This is simply because WWE wants to do this at a larger show because it considers this a significant match.
Regarding WrestleMania Backlash, WWE will hold its yearly Hell In A Cell event in June. Following that, the firm will host 2 significant stadium events in July, Money In The Bank as well as SummerSlam, which may be when WWE decides to bring back Roman Reigns.
After all course, WWE does have the Clash At The Castle event in September, which is also a stadium event. McIntyre is found to play a crucial role on the card since it is being held in the United Kingdom. Drew stated to Cultaholic Wrestling that going to face Roman Reigns at the UK show is a best case scenario.
Claymore in charge of the Principality? Well, my primary objective is the title, and I’ll get it whenever I can get my hands on Roman. He’s recieved all the gold, he’s the guy right now, and it’s honestly not really even close. I’m working hard to make that fight happen within next 5 months. Perhaps in the Principality, I’ll consider taking it wherever it comes up, but that’s obviously a ridiculous idea.