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Roman Reigns: Big rumour on when WWE decided Cardiff win

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WWE Unified World Champion Roman Reigns successfully defended his titles at WWE Clash at the Castle against Drew McIntyre this weekend.

According to a recent report/rumor from Bot Lesnar, this has been the plan for the match since at least February of this year.

“Before I even start looking at my timeline, nothing was changed last night. [The] original plan for Drew to win changed in February. If news leaked of Drew winning got out, it was to work the sheets” the account claimed on Twitter.

Roman Reigns beats Drew McIntyre

It’s worth noting that this rumour from Bot Lesnar is just that, a rumour, as we are unable to verify whether or not the report is legitimate at this time.

There has been a lot of back and forth regarding the result from the Clash at the Castle main event, with many hoping that McIntyre would win.

The crowd was on fire all night, but it wasn’t enough to convince WWE to change course and put the belt on the Scottish Superstar.

Clearly, the company still has plans for The Bloodline that include Solo Sikoa coming up to the main roster to officially join the group.

I don’t think that Reigns will actually drop the titles until at least WrestleMania 39, where he will likely face either Cody Rhodes or The Rock.

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