Roman Reigns tried to have a 1,000-Day celebration on SmackDown last week, but things didn’t turn out the way he wanted it to. Now, it seems that WWE might be on the search for some people to help keep order.

WWE official Adam Pearce is seeking assistance after a security lapse allowed The Usos to enter the arena during last Friday’s SmackDown. This might be a tough task around WWE, because security guards have done little in the past to help stop chaos.

During the blue brand’s episode this week, Roman Reigns commemorated his remarkable 1,000-day reign as Universal Champion. Concerned about potential conflicts within The Bloodline, Paul Heyman approached Adam Pearce backstage, seeking assurance that Jimmy and Jey Uso would not disrupt the celebration. Despite Pearce’s efforts, tensions escalated within The Bloodline after Night of Champions, leading to his desire to avoid any potential confrontations.

As he was a bit dissatisfied with the security team’s performance, Adam Pearce took to Twitter today to announce a search for new applicants. If you are a professional in the field of security, this is an opportunity of a lifetime. Pearce is looking for dedicated and professional security guards, and interested individuals can submit their resumes to the provided email address below.


If you’re a security PROFESSIONAL, submit your resume to:

I repeat, P R O F E S S I O N A L .

At the Night of Champions premium live event, Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn defended their Undisputed Tag Team Championships against Roman Reigns and Solo Sikoa. However, The Usos interfered, with Jimmy Uso attacking Roman Reigns following a confrontation with The Tribal Chief. Despite Pearce’s insistence on keeping Jimmy and Jey Uso away from the celebration, his security team failed, and The Usos interrupted at a crucial moment.

We will have to see what happens in this situation in the future. Obviously, WWE has a long way to go with the Bloodline saga, and things are just getting good. Hopefully, Adam Pearce will find the security guards that he’s looking for.

What’s your take on WWE’s search for good security guards? Sound off in the comments!

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