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5 Things that could change if Roman Reigns is cleared to compete

Riju Dasgupta
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32.87K   //    25 Feb 2019, 09:26 IST

The landscape of WWE could change significantly if this happens
The landscape of WWE could change significantly if this happens

Not long ago, it was announced that Roman Reigns would be returning to RAW to address the WWE Universe about his health. Now, everyone's hoping for the best with regard to Roman Reigns. We all want him to be healthy and fit, and get back to active competition once again. But have we considered the long-term implications of what him being cleared means?

In this article, I shall detail 5 long term implications of Reigns getting cleared. Please feel free to weigh in and let me know your thoughts as well. Even if you disagree with me, I would love to hear your point of view.

One thing is for sure, across the WWE Universe. Despite the negative reaction that Roman Reigns is usually subjected to, everyone's hoping that he is healthy and cancer-free, right now.

Here are 5 long-term implications of Roman Reigns getting cleared...


#5 Dean Ambrose may reconsider his decision to leave


I could be completely off the mark here, and this is pure speculation on my part. But it is well documented how close Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns are behind the scenes. Ambrose is well known to be a private person who's only close to a handful of people, and Reigns is one of the few individuals he considers a real friend.

Now, let's assume for a minute that Reigns is cleared to compete once again. Not only does Reigns return as a potential opponent and tag team partner for Ambrose, but he returns as the locker room leader as well. With Reigns back in the thick of things, Ambrose may decide to stay back after WrestleMania.

Ambrose is a key player in the WWE Universe and this bodes well for the company in the long run. So, let's hope Roman Reigns is cleared for more reasons than one.

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