WWE News: Roman Reigns pulled off European Tour for reasons unknown
Why is Reigns off the rest of the tour?
WWE Superstar and the current United States Champion, Roman Reigns has been pulled off the rest of the European tour according to Wrestling Observer's Dave Meltzer. Reigns who was advertised for a live event in Vienna, Austria was pulled off from the show and also from the other consequent shows.
One curious fan asked Meltzer, about Reigns' absence, to which he replied that he's off the shows and doesn't know the reason for it. However, Meltzer has confirmed that it is not an injury. Another fan asked Meltzer if it could be Wellness Policy related, but Meltzer denied that too. Here’s what Meltzer tweeted out:
Was pulled off the rest of the tour. won't be at any shows rest of week. Don't know reason but not an injury. https://t.co/waigyZNhgq— Dave Meltzer (@davemeltzerWON) November 11, 2016
Reigns wrestled Rusev at a show in Berlin just two days ago. According to the fans, Reigns didn't look injured and an individual who was present backstage at that same show reported that he was fine and nothing was wrong.
You can check out the video clip of Reigns making his entrance for his match below:
Rusev, Reigns’ opponent for the tour, wrestled Big Cass in Vienna instead of Reigns. Reigns is still being advertised for next week's Monday Night RAW and no word has been released by the WWE on this situation as of yet.
Reigns is set to wrestle at WWE's Survivor Series PPV, which will be held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on November 20th, at the Air Canada Centre.
Reigns will team up with Seth Rollins, Braun Strowman, Chris Jericho, and the Universal Champion, Kevin Owens, as a part of Team RAW against the members of Team SmackDown in a traditional Survivor Series tag team match.
Pittsburgh-based PPG Paints Arena, who’ll be hosting the RAW-exclusive PPV Roadblock, announced through their official Twitter account that Reigns will be facing Kevin Owens in the main event in a Champion vs. Champion match for Owens' Universal Championship.
Below is the video of Reigns engaging in a Fatal-5-Way match against his Survivor Series teammates on this week’s RAW: