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Roman Reigns to wrestle first RAW match since 2021

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Roman Reigns will be competing in his first RAW match since last September this Monday.

WWE announced on Twitter last night that the Tribal Chief will be in action on Monday’s show. The Undisputed WWE Universal Champion will be teaming up with The Usos to face the threat of Riddle and The Street Profits:

This will be Roman Reigns’ first match since his successful title defence against Riddle on the June 17 SmackDown. Prior to that, he competed in a six-man tag team match. The Bloodline had defeated the team of Riddle, Randy Orton and Drew McIntyre at the WrestleMania Backlash premium live event.

As far as his last RAW match goes, it came on September 20, 2021. Roman Reigns pulled double duty that night and he alongside The Usos defeated the New Day. Later in the same night, he won a triple threat match that also featured the then WWE Champion Big E and Bobby Lashley.

The Head of the Table is scheduled to defend his title against Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam this year. Lesnar was at SmackDown this Friday where he attacked Mr Money In The Bank Theory. There is a good chance that The Beast Incarnate will show up on RAW as well to confront his opponent.

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Martin MacDonald