The last PPV of the year is going to be WWE Roadblock in the month of December. After seeing huge success of the WWE Network special event, this year in March, WWE has planned it for a full-length PPV. The full name is given WWE Roadblock: The End of the Line. It is going to be a Raw-exclusive PPV at the PPG Paints arena in Pittsburgh, PA.
The venue of the PPV has already posted update saying that the main event of the night will see a mega champion vs. champion match at the main event. The WWE Universal champion, Kevin Owens will lock horns against the United States champion, Roman Reigns. It is not clarified if both the title will be on the line or not but it’s evident that Owens might defend the title against Reigns.
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The US champion has commented on Raw Talk after Hell in a Cell that he would love to challenge Kevin Owens for the Universal championship. The seeds for the feud were further planted after Reigns successfully defended his US title against Jericho on Raw. This led the team of Jeri-KO to deliver a brutal assault on the Big Dog of the WWE. However we will not hear about the match getting announced officially until Survivor Series gets over.
We are also getting news that Finn Balor is being advertised for the WWE Roadblock PPV. Since he has been on a hiatus due to his shoulder injury, rumors suggested that he will be back during Royal Rumble event. But, he is showing up much earlier than thought. His return does not mean that he is going to be in wrestling capacity on that night. He might appear as a savior for Roman Reigns who is likely to end the night in a losing effort.
It is evident that Balor will go after Kevin Owens once he returns to claim his Universal title which he never lost. He relinquished it due to the dislocation of the shoulder rotator calf and had undergone surgery, thereafter. Balor has been on the poster of Wrestlemania 33 and will be very much in the title picture from Roadblock onwards.