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Big Change Made To Roman Reigns’ Next Title Match

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• Big Change Made To Roman Reigns’ Next Title Match

As seen on this week’s episode of RAW, Riddle said he’s going to appear on this Friday’s SmackDown to challenge Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship.

Riddle confirmed the same on RAW Talk, where he said:

“This Friday, I’m gonna show up to SmackDown and eventually I’m gonna find the Tribal Chief. I’m gonna get my match. I’m gonna do what stallions do and take that championship away, bro.”

Reigns vs. Riddle for the Undisputed Title was originally scheduled to be the main event of next month’s Money In The Bank 2022 premium live event.

However, Sports Illustrated is reporting that Reigns is no longer scheduled to work Money In The Bank.

However, Reigns vs. Riddle for the Title is still scheduled to take place.

According to the Wrestling Observer, this Title match will take place on an episode of SmackDown.

With that being said, Reigns’ next premium live event match is scheduled to be against Randy Orton at SummerSlam 2022. Reigns recently took Orton out of action after brutally assaulting him.

Speaking of Reigns, he was already challenged to a Title match by Drew McIntyre for WWE Clash At The Castle in September.

Also Read: Roman Reigns Surpasses Randy Orton In A Major WWE Milestone

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• Old School WCW Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WCW Veteran Chip Minton (Real name: Nathan Minton III) celebrates his 53rd birthday today.

The gentleman by the ring name of Chip Minton was an american bobsledder, who participated in the 1994 & 1998 Winter Olympics.

Even during his days as a professional bobsleigh athlete, Minton trained in the famous WCW Power Plant to become a Professional Wrestler, and eventually ended up working as an Enhancement Talent on World Championship Wrestling TV from mid-1996 till mid-1999.

His biggest claim to fame was wrestling on a WCW PPV, when he was an entrant in the 60-man Battle Royal at WCW World War III 1998.


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