At WrestleMania 40, Roman Reigns lost the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship to Cody Rhodes who finished his story much to the ovation of the WWE Universe. However, this led to Reigns taking a break from wrestling.

During his current hiatus, The Tribal Chief has been working on a film titled “Good Fortune,” a heist comedy film set to release in late 2024. The film boasts a star-studded cast including Keanu Reeves, Keke Palmer, Sandra Oh, Seth Rogen, and Aziz Ansari, who is also making his directorial debut.

While the sight of Roman Reigns has become limited in recent memory, The Head of the Table was recently seen in an intense training video shared by bodybuilder and actor Kai Greene on his Instagram.

“RISE UP💥. Keep pushing, keep dreaming, and never let self-doubt or fear stop you. This is your journey; the pursuit of greatness is within grasp…all you have to do is go out there and earn it. HUGE shoutout to @romanreigns for tagging me in on this training session!”


Roman Reigns, who held the Undisputed WWE Championship for a record-breaking 1,316 days, has not announced when he will return to the ring. Moreover, he has passed on the reins of The Bloodline to his Enforcer, Solo Sikoa in his absence.

However, the intense training session video provides hope that fans might see him back in action soon as he might possibly gearing up for his WWE return and unleash a wrath unlike anything seen in the company so far.

What are your thoughts on Roman Reigns’ new training video? Do you think he is preparing for his WWE return? Is it coming soon? Sound off in the comments!

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