WWE News: The Undertaker To Team Up With Roman Reigns At Extreme Rules
WWE Universe did not expect to see The Undertaker on WWE Raw, at all. But he appeared on the show letting the audience go nuts. The capacity of his appearance absolutely unpredictable that also set up a dream match at Extreme Rules. In a surprising turn of affairs, The Undertaker will now team up with Roman Reigns on July 14th.
We had a scheduled match on WWE Raw that was a 2-on-1 Handicap bout where Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre teamed up against Roman Reigns. It turned out to be a one-sided affair where McMahon and McIntyre beat down The Big Dog, at the same time, relentlessly. A Claymore Kick put down Reigns after which McMahon hit him with a spear. He was going for another spear when the arena went dark we heard the gong of the Undertaker!
The Deadman appeared out of nowhere to deliver a chokeslam on Shane. McIntyre received a clothesline from The Undertaker to leave the ring. He then cleared house by shoving McMahon off the ring. Moments later, WWE.com revealed the reason for his sudden return. They have now confirmed The Undertaker will now give company to Roman Reigns against the heel team of Shane and McIntyre,
“The bell tolls for Shane McMahon & Drew McIntyre when The Undertaker rises from the darkness to join forces with unlikely ally Roman Reigns to take on the devious tandem of “The Best in the World” and The Scottish Psychopath at WWE Extreme Rules.
Have Reigns and The Deadman truly put their legendary rivalry behind them as they team up in tag team action for the first time ever? Tune in to WWE Extreme Rules, Sunday, July 14, streaming live at 7 ET/4 PT on the award-winning WWE Network.”
— WWE (@WWE) June 25, 2019
Roman Reigns has gone through an acid test on the bygone PPV named Stomping Grounds where the number games were not in his favor. He was up against Drew McIntyre in a solo contest that also had Shane McMahon standing at the ringside. He was there to provide backup to his buddy, McIntyre who ultimately failed to leave the PPV with a Big W.
It was Roman Reigns who stood tall despite the interferences from Shane McMahon. Despite digesting a coast-to-coast, the Big Dog backfired with a Superman Punch on McIntyre, avoided a Claymore and then hit the spear to pick up the win. The gutsy performance was more than enough to make the Scottish Psychopath irate about his failure.
But Shane was up to using his abusive power once again as he set up a match on WWE Raw. He wanted to test how much of a warrior Roman Reigns is. So he announced a two-on-one handicap match on WWE Raw where he would alone face the team of McMahon and McIntyre. It was a sure-shot setting for a beatdown against the poster boy of the brand. However, The Undertaker was there to make the save and give a pleasant surprise to the fans.
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