WWE Title Match Speculation Concerning Roman Reigns And Paul Heyman; Liv Morgan’s Rebuttal To Critics

After his win over Drew McIntyre at Clash at the Castle, which was helped along by his cousin Solo Sikoa, it is unclear who Roman Reigns’ next challenger will be as the undisputed WWE universal champion. Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter (via Subhojee Mukherjee of ThirstForNews.com) says that Reigns won’t be at Extreme Rules on Oct.

8, and his next “major match” probably won’t be until Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia on Nov. 5. Meltzer said that Kevin Owens and Seth Rollins have been mentioned as possible opponents and could face Reigns in the future, but neither of them will be The Tribal Chief’s opponent at Crown Jewel.

Since Reigns beat Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania to unify the world titles, he hasn’t been around much or had many matches. In fact, Clash at the Castle was only his third title defense since WrestleMania that was shown on TV.

With Reigns’ lighter schedule, his matches may have become more important, and he has been able to keep his title for longer than two years. At this point, any title defense Reigns has is important. Owens and Rollins would be great opponents, but they don’t seem to be on the immediate radar.

Karrion Kross makes sense as a possible challenger because when he came back to the company last month, he basically told Reigns to watch out. Reigns could also face Braun Strowman, who just came back to WWE this week and is expected to be a good guy on the SmackDown brand. At the moment, it looks like Reigns won’t be in a big storyline for the next month, but his next rivalry is sure to be a big deal in the WWE Universe.

WWE Waiting For Right Moment For Heyman’s Return

Paul Heyman is waiting in the wings for the right time to come back to WWE shows. According to Meltzer (via Mukherjee), Heyman has been at “all the Smackdowns and major events” since he was last on TV, but WWE has been waiting for him to make a “dynamic return.” Heyman has not been seen on WWE programming since SummerSlam when he was in Reigns’ corner for the Last Man Standing WWE Universal Championship match against Lesnar.

Morgan Addresses Negative Crowd Reaction

Fans didn’t surprise Liv Morgan when they booed her after her win over Ronda Rousey at SummerSlam. Morgan won the Money in the Bank ladder match and cashed in on Rousey to become SmackDown women’s champion. She then defended her title against Rousey at SummerSlam.

However, the finish was controversial because Rousey’s shoulders were counted down to the mat even though Morgan had already tapped out. I was kind of strangely ready for it. But, at the same time, it made me feel like I had a little bit of an edge because, at the end of the day, the referee’s decision is final and I’m still the SmackDown women’s champion.”

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