Roman Reigns is still going strong as Universal Champion, but what is the Tribal Chief’s next move?

While speaking to Sports Illustrated, Paul Heyman shared the next goal for WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns. After defeating WWE Champion Big E at the Survivor Series pay-per-view, Roman is all set for his next goal.

Heyman said that the next goal for Roman Reigns is clear, and that is to be better tomorrow than he is today. Roman Reigns have decided not to settle and keep on breaking roofs. Heyman boasts about how Roman Reigns continues to set a bar up so high that no one in WWE will ever top.

“His goal is to be better in two weeks than he is next week, to make next week’s SmackDown better than this week, and to make the SmackDown that airs in three weeks better than it is in two weeks. Roman Reigns continues to set a pace and achieve levels that no one in WWE has ever or will ever achieve. The world has the privilege and joy of watching it unfold every Friday on SmackDown.”

Heyman also complimented the SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos. The Usos recently lost to RAW Tag Team Champions Randy Orton and Riddle at Sunday’s WWE Survivor Series pay-per-view. Despite their loss, Heyman raised their spirits up by showring praises. On his words,

“The Usos are at the top of tag-team wrestling. I am very proud of the SmackDown world tag-team champions, to the point where I proudly stand by them as the warden of the ‘Uso Penitentiary.’”

WWE is presently teasing a new challenger for Roman Reigns. It will be revealed on this week’s SmackDown. Stay tuned for more.

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