For the sixth week in a row, WWE has now canceled their scheduled Smackdown house show. This is just to ensure the Wild Card Rule takes over when WWE Raw airs bringing more blue-brand stars to the show. One Smackdown star who has constantly been making appearances on the flagship show is none other than Roman Reigns. The trend will continue as WWE has now confirmed him for a big match on tomorrow night.
As per the latest update from WWE.com, Roman Reigns will feature in a six-man tag team match. He will team up with his cousins The Usos bringing the Bloodline together. They will compete against Drew McIntyre and The Revival (Dash Wilder and Scott Dawson). With personal feud going between them, this match would bring a hell of action on WWE Raw. Check out more from WWE’s official website,
“Roman Reigns’ rivalry with Drew McIntyre has fumed ever since WrestleMania 35, while The Usos and The Revival are just getting started. This Monday night on Raw, the two grudges will collide in a Six-Man Tag Team Match that pits Reigns and his twin cousins against McIntyre and the cocky “Top Guys,” who are already one-up on The Usos following a victory two weeks ago. Which team will walk out of Raw with bragging rights?”
This match is likely to become the main event of WWE Raw since Roman Reigns is in it. It’s pretty good to see that The Revival and The Usos are also getting to share the marquee spotlight, as well. There have been complaints around the misuse of WWE’s tag team division, as of late. Officials have probably listened to it and responded to it, accordingly.
The upcoming edition of WWE Raw is shaping up to be a stacked one, going by the multiple announcements. The Undertaker will be in attendance to address Goldberg prior to Super ShowDown. Brock Lesnar has already announced to cash-in his Money in the Bank briefcase on Seth Rollins for the Universal title. Stephanie McMahon, too, is likely to attend the show to address Lesnar’s recent actions. Add Roman Reigns to the mix, and we may get a must-see edition from Austin, Texas.