Roman Reigns has been on a warpath since his return to WWE back in 2020. The Tribal Chief is still the Undisputed Universal Champion even now, and fans have been wondering whether he will end up dropping the titles or not. Judging by WWE’s recent plans, it seems the company will be splitting up Roman Reigns’ titles by WrestleMania 39.

The Head Of The Table has been a champion for well over two years now, and his utter dominance continues to impress fans in a huge way. Fans also want Roman Reigns to finally have some credible opponents back-to-back, but that has not happened for a long time, because the Tribal Chief works a part-time schedule as double champion.

According to a report by Wrestling News, if The Rock cannot make the show, then Cody Rhodes will challenge Roman Reigns for the WWE Universal Championship. Ringside News exclusively reported weeks ago that WWE creative is pitching alternatives to if The Rock can’t make WrestleMania.

It was added that WWE wants to get The Rock committed before the Royal Rumble, which will get things started for the Road For WrestleMania. The WWE Championship match for WrestleMania 39’s first night will likely see Seth Rollins and Drew McIntyre fight for the title. Since WWE is planning for each of Roman Reigns’ titles to be defended during WrestleMania 39, and he is only booked for one match, that tells us that his status as double champion will change.

WWE already knows how Roman Reigns will lose his titles, so we will likely see all this unfolds before WrestleMania 39. We will have to wait and see how WWE will book Roman Reigns in the coming months.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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