WWE Reloading Women’s Roster, Plans In Place For Reigns Big Loss
Confirming what we could see, WWE is indeed reloading the women's roster. Plus, there are plans in place for Reigns' big loss...eventually.
If you weren’t catching on to what’s going on, WWE is indeed reloading the women’s roster. Plus, there are already plans in place for Roman Reigns’ big championship loss.
WWE Reloading Women’s Roster
It’s been pretty obvious to see, but it is indeed happening. WWE is reloading it’s women’s roster.
According to Fightful, there is a reason for it all.
While NXT has given the main roster a reasonably good stream of new blood in recent years, it isn’t enough.
So, WWE is intentionally reloading the women’s roster with established, television ready Superstars.
This plan has been in place for at least the last couple months, basically since Triple H rose to power.
In the pandemic years, the company cut loose a number of talented women, for one reason or another.
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There are rumblings that WWE is also interested in bringing back Chelsea Green and Tegan Nox.
Fans have been clamoring for Mia Yim as well.
And while she ultimately landed in AEW, Triple H did indeed have an interest in bringing the former Paige back into the mix.
Over the last half-decade or so, WWE has elevated it’s women’s division, from a side show to a main event level group.
To that point, we have seen women consistently close out the weekly shows, and we’ve seen women perform in the main event of WrestleMania.
Knowing that WWE is reloading the women’s roster likely points to more main event efforts in the future.
Plans In Place For Reigns Big Loss
It’s been quite some time since The Tribal Chief was pinned, but it seems there are rough plans in place for Roman Reigns’ eventual big loss.
That probably comes as no shock.
I mean, professional wrestling is at least semi-scripted. Promotions know who they want to win, when and usually how.
Reigns has been on an historic run, enjoying one of the longest reigns in WWE history…and the longest in decades.
According to a couple known sources, Triple H does have a decent idea of who will be the one to defeat Reigns, and when.
🚨 While Vince McMahon was only thinking about Roman Reigns as champion, Triple H now “has an idea” of who will take the Undisputed WWE Universal title off the 37-year-old, @WrestleVotes tells @GiveMeSport, but that isn’t expected to be for a while.https://t.co/Ccdl7ftjbm
— Louis Dangoor (@TheLouisDangoor) November 6, 2022
That WWE has an idea of who and a rough idea of when isn’t a total shock. This is all well-orchestrated, after all.
I wouldn’t expect WWE to pivot and have Reigns lose on a whim, considering his years-long run.
That said, the notable point I found in all of this? While there is an idea out there, “it isn’t expected to be for a while”.
Now, there isn’t anything out there, but reading that it makes me think that we could very well see Reigns walk out of Hollywood retaining the titles.
For the last few months, I know I felt like he’d make it to April but that would be it. Now, I am not so sure.
Plans are always subject to change…but this one will be interesting to watch.