Roman Reigns has been on path of destruction since his return to WWE after his pandemic hiatus. He has ruled over the whole company as the Undisputed Universal Champion, and he shows no signs of slowing down. In fact, almost every single feud Reigns has been in has only increased the stock of both himself and his opponent. However, the same might not be applicable to a potential feud with Bray Wyatt. This is a big reason why Reigns could refuse to work with Wyatt.

Bray Wyatt returned to the company during WWE Extreme Rules and has been engaged in a feud with LA Knight on Friday Night Smackdown. As engaging as the feud has been so far, fans wonder whether Wyatt will finally feud with The Tribal Chief.

While speaking on Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer talked about Bray Wyatt’s potential feuds in the future, including with Roman Reigns. Meltzer made it clear that Reigns might not even want to work with The Eater Of Worlds.

Everybody who works with Bray Wyatt, very few of them come out looking better Do they go with him and Roman? I could see Roman wanting nothing to do with this guy. If it’s not being built for Roman, then he’s got a limit to how far he can go, if Roman doesn’t agree to work with him. Obviously, Roman’s in a completely different place right now with Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn.


Roman Reigns is currently engaged in a feud with Kevin Owens and fans are certainly looking forward to what WWE will have in store for Reigns. As for Bray Wyatt, perhaps fans won’t get to see Reigns and Wyatt duke it out anytime soon.

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