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Roman Reigns Should Be The Universal Champion – Footage Of Roman Reigns’ Feet Hitting The Floor First During Steel Cage Match At Greatest Royal Rumble

Roman Reigns Greatest Royal Rumble Steel Cage Match 2018

• More Matches Announced For Backlash 2018

WWE added more matches to next month’s Backlash 2018 PPV (which will be a dual branded PPV). Below is the updated match-card:

WWE Championship Match: AJ Styles (c) vs. Shinsuke Nakamura

– Roman Reigns vs. Samoa Joe

– Daniel Bryan vs. Big Cass

Intercontinental Championship Match: Seth Rollins (c) vs. The Miz

SmackDown Women’s Championship Match: Carmella (c) vs. Charlotte Flair

RAW Women’s Championship Match: Nia Jax (c) vs. Alexa Bliss

• Promo For Daniel Bryan vs. The Miz Released

Below is a promo for upcoming WWE Live Event matches between Daniel Bryan & The Miz:

• Footage Of Roman Reigns’ Feet Hitting The Floor First During Steel Cage Match At Greatest Royal Rumble

During the Universal Title Steel Cage match at today’s Greatest Royal Rumble event, Roman Reigns speared Brock Lesnar through the Steel Cage as the wall of the cage broke and both men landed on the floor.

Lesnar was then declared the winner of the match and he retained his Universal Title.

However, Lesnar’s body touched the floor first, not the feet. Roman Reigns is the one who’s feet hit the floor first (which is the rule), so technically Reigns should’ve won that match.

Below is the footage of that Spear and landing:

As clearly seen above, Reigns’ feet touched the floor first, while Lesnar’s feet were still up on the cage wall.

Reigns took a nasty landing during that spot as he landed straight on his head. No update on Reigns’ status at the moment.

MUST SEE: Footage Of Titus O’Neil & Jinder Mahal’s EPIC Botches From Greatest Royal Rumble – Click Here.

        
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