3 Possible Reasons Why Roman Reigns Wants To Return To Monday Night Raw
- Roman Reigns is teasing a monumental return to Monday Night Raw, but will Vince McMahon allow it?
Weeks after Roman Reigns stormed his way to SmackDown Live courtesy of the Superstar Shake-Up, The Big Dog is now planning to make a shocking return to WWE's flagship show. The former Universal Champion took to Twitter and expressed his intentions of having some unfinished business on Monday Night Raw.
Seconds after he posted the tweet, the entire wrestling community took notice and the proverbial biggest acquisition in SmackDown Live history has now become a subject of heated debate on social media. Whilst WWE has officially rejected The Big Dog's willingness to finish his business on the red brand, the news has certainly enticed legions in the WWE Universe who are expecting some stunning altercation on the next episode.
With Seth Rollins and A.J. Styles' blockbuster clash already taking shape, what factor could Roman Reigns play on the red brand and with his tussle with McMahon reaching a different stratosphere since the Superstar Shake-Up, will Vince McMahon intervene? Let's find out!
#1 A feud with Shane McMahon and Vince McMahon taking center-stage on the red brand
With SmackDown Live's epic deal with FOX scheduled to commence in October, the company's willingness to Roman Reigns on the blue brand felt predictable. The Big Dog showed up on the blue brand and punched Mr. McMahon in heroic fashion on his first night of the Superstar Shake-Up.
Considering that The Chairman of the Board was the victim of The Big Dog's Superman Punch, we all knew that a riveting feud was about to be ignited on the blue brand. However, the constant decline in ratings is becoming a huge problem for the WWE. Vince McMahon recently stated that talent absences have played an influential factor in declining viewership on the main roster.
Since Vinnie Mac has always been a Roman Reigns admirer, there's a genuine possibility that The Big Dog's feud with The McMahon's could be taking center-stage on the red brand.