SK's take on Roman Reigns possibly turning heel at WrestleMania
The Big Dog could be the next best heel in WWE!
WrestleMania is fast approaching and it looks like the main event plans that were made within WWE last year have not changed, Roman Reigns will challenge Brock Lesnar for the WWE Universal Championship in the main event.
A victory for Roman is coming across as quite obvious for the fans. Much like the first time they clashed at WrestleMania 31, Brock Lesnar is rumoured to be leaving WWE as his contract expires just after WrestleMania.
The rumour going around is that WWE still has several dates left and Brock's contract and can legally keep him working for them until they are used up, despite his official contract having already expired by then, most speculate WWE will use his final date at SummerSlam.
As Brock seems to be finishing up with WWE, they are going to need a new big bad heel in town, and whether they like it or not, their best option is Roman Reigns.
While Brock Lesnar's fate seems to be decided, we still don't have word on if WWE would like to keep Paul Heyman around, but since he has had other clients in WWE for the past 6 years and a DVD released on his life, one would assume WWE plans on keeping him around, hopefully even more often than they currently are. Now can you just imagine it, Roman Reigns turns heel at WrestleMania... With the help of Paul Heyman!
It's not that crazy if you really think about it. Assuming WWE wants to keep Paul around, Roman is the next best option for a big bad heel and in the long run, a heel turn is what Roman needs for him to win over those who detest him.
A Heyman heel turn on Brock isn't something that we haven't seen before either as he once turned on Brock back at the Survivor Series pay-per-view back in 2002, helping the Big Show defeat him for the WWE Championship.
Roman Reigns has been booed out of the building at the last three consecutive WrestleMania main events and if WWE don't play their cards right, he will be again for a fourth. Roman as a heel with Paul Heyman by his side on a weekly bases would be a high point every week on WWE TV, and could very realistically happen in New Orleans at WrestleMania.
Just pull that long-awaited trigger, WWE.
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