Roman Reigns has found himself involved in two of the biggest storylines in wrestling simultaneously.
At the 2023 Royal Rumble, The Bloodline imploded with Sami Zayn finally standing up for himself and forcing his way out of the group. This has put the star on a collision course with the Tribal Chief. Meanwhile, Zayn’s actions have also seemingly caused Jey Uso to question his role within the family. Although Jey returned to the February 10th episode of SmackDown to defend the Tag Team Titles alongside his brother, he was also seen talking backstage with Zayn.
There is also the small matter of Reigns’ planned Undisputed WWE Universal Title defence at WrestleMania 39 against Cody Rhodes. The American Nightmare returned to action in the men’s Royal Rumble match at went on to win earning himself a shot at the gold on the ‘Grandest stage of them all.’
Although Reigns is usually viewed as a SmackDown Superstar with his Special Counsel Paul Heyman doing his talking for him on Raw, it seems that the Head of the Table is heading to the red brand in March.
The Enterprise Center in St. Louis, MO is adverting Reigns to appear on March 20th. At time of writing, WWE isn’t advertising Reigns for any episodes of Raw themselves in the run-up to WrestleMania.
When Is Roman Reigns Wrestling Next?
Roman Reigns will be back in action at Elimination Chamber when he defends the Undisputed WWE Universal Title against Sami Zayn. On the most recent episode of SmackDown, Sami Zayn interrupted a promo from Paul Heyman and promised to win the World Championship in his hometown on February 18th.
Although Zayn has become arguably the most popular star in WWE in recent months there have been no conversations within the company about adding him to the WrestleMania main event. It was recently reported that management does not see him as a WrestleMania main event-level caliber star.