As the road to WrestleMania picks up steam some fans will get the rare opportunity to see the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns in action at a WWE Live Event.
The Tribal Chief is officially advertised to appear at the WWE Live Road to WrestleMania Tour on March 4th at the Coca-Cola Coliseum in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Reigns is scheduled to appear alongside fellow Bloodline stablemate Solo Sikoa while Sami Zayn, Bray Wyatt, Drew McIntyre, and SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair are all advertised to be at the show.
As the Head of the Table, Reigns rarely wrestles anywhere but in the main event of high-profile shows. In fact, the March 4 event will be his first non-televised match since September 24, 2022. He defeated AJ Styles at WWE’s Saturday Night’s Main Event at the Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
The WWE Universe hasn’t seen the leader of the Bloodline since he broke the hearts of the Montreal fans by defeating Sami Zayn at Elimination Chamber. After making his 27th successful title defence against Zayn, he now turns his attention to his next challenger.
Roman Reigns Will Defend His Titles At WrestleMania
For the third time in a row, the Head of the Table will main event WrestleMania. At the 2021 spectacular Reigns defeated both Daniel Bryan and Edge to retain the Universal Championship. At last year’s supershow, he conquered Brock Lesanr to unify the WWE and Universal titles.
In Hollywood, Reigns will defend the unified title against the Royal Rumble winner Cody Rhodes. The American Nightmare made his triumphant return after months of rehabilitation following surgery to repair his torn pectoral muscle. During his feud with Seth Rollins, Rhodes suffered the injury and competed at Hell in a Cell with the alarming injury on full show.
Rhodes entered the men’s Rumble match at 30 and eliminated Dominik Mysterio, Braun Strowman, Austin Theory, Logan Paul and GUNTHER to emerge the victor and number one contender.
Ever since returning to the company Rhodes made his title aspirations clear. He has constantly reiterated his desire to capture the championship his father the late, great Dusty Rhodes never held.