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Update On Roman Reigns’ WWE Schedule After SummerSlam Win

Roman Reigns Vs Jey Uso 2 SummerSlam 2023 WWE PPV WrestleFeed App

In the main event of the WWE SummerSlam 2023 premium live event, Roman Reigns defeated Jey Uso in a Tribal Combat match to retain the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship and remain The Tribal Chief.

The match saw interference from Solo Sikoa, but that wasn’t enough, as there was a miscommunication between Reigns & Solo, and Reigns accidentally hit Solo with a Spear.

It looked like Jey had Roman beat once again, but Jimmy Uso returned and stopped Jey from pinning Roman.

Jimmy turned heel and superkicked Jey. Roman then speared Jey through a Table set up in one of the corners in the ring and pinned his former “Right Hand Man” to pick up the win and continue his 1,070 day title reign.

It looks like The Head of the Table is off to a vacation, as he posted the following on Twitter:

“Umbrella Service.

And Still.

The Only Tribal Chief.”

Reigns is currently not being advertised for any WWE TV episodes over the next few months. This most likely means that he’ll miss the next premium live event, which is Payback on September 2nd.

He currently isn’t featured on the posters for Fastlane (October 7th) and Survivor Series (November 25th) either.

Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia usually takes place in late October / early November, and he will be a part of that show, as usual.

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