WWE presented Survivor Series WarGames on Saturday, and it was a huge event. Now we have a bit more information about how Roman Reigns handled things after the event.

Sean Sapp reported behind Fightful’s paywall that Roman Reigns was heated following the big WarGames match. It was reported that Reigns “took exception” to something he saw as an unplanned spot.

Roman Reigns was visibly upset after the Survivor Series main event, specifically about a spot within the match. It was rumored among those that we spoke with that Reigns took exception to what he perceived as an unplanned spot between he and Kevin Owens. As he walked backstage, he mentioned possibly having a ruptured ear drum, and wanted the spot to go as originally planned. The exclamation was said to have been “expletive filled” and it was clear to everyone that Reigns wasn’t happy.

It was also reported that “those that we spoke with didn’t believe there would be any extended heat in regards to the situation, and that it seemed like more of a ‘heat of the moment’ reaction, but that’s only their perception of things. We haven’t heard of a physical altercation or an argument, and talent that we heard back from said that they expected the two to be able to coexist for work purposes.” Another source reported “put over both Reigns and Owens as passionate about what they do and figured if there were issues, they’d end up talking about it directly.” Reigns did not appear at the post-show press conference as planned.”


Roman Reigns was planned to show up at the post Survivor Series WarGames press conference, but he did not attend. This was another interesting thing.

We’ll have to see what’s next for Roman Reigns. As Ringside News exclusively reported, WWE is still figuring out who his next challenger will be for the WWE Undisputed Universal Title.

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H Jenkins

H Jeknins is a News Correspondent at Ringside News, keeping wrestling fans updated with timely and accurate reports on all things wrestling.

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