WWE decided to suspend the cornerstone of the company, Roman Reigns, all of a sudden after the Money in the Bank PPV. Apparently, that was the reason behind Roman getting pinned cleanly to the returning Seth Rollins at the event. That also preponed Dean Ambrose’s Money in the Bank briefcase cash in and the becoming the WWE world Heavyweight Champion.
Roman Reigns returned at the Battleground pay-per-view in the month of July and again got pinned cleanly by Dean Ambrose following it with Finn Balor, the next night on Raw. This supposedly raised up the question that if his punishment is still going on. Added to that, he was added to the United States Championship picture with Rusev which basically means that he is forced into the mid-card level.
As reported earlier, Roman was fined $1,00,000 for the wellness policy violation and also had to apologize to the entire locker room before he was sent home, the night his suspension started.
His former buddy, Seth Rollins recently appeared on Atlanta’s Bailey and Southside radio show and spoke about the matter. He said nowadays there’s no existence of Wrestler’s court. In previous days, there may be a group of wrestlers talking trash about a particular one, on his back. He added that it was no such Wrestler’s court affair but a light—hearted affair as Roman addressed his colleagues as a locker room leader. The situation was strictly professional between him and the company. Here’re his words:
“No no no, that’s misunderstood. Roman addressed the locker room, just as a locker room leader, he was a guy who wanted to talk about the situation. That was not a Wrestler’s Court situation at all. The Wrestler’s Court is more of a lighthearted affair, this was strictly a professional thing between him and the company.”