Roman Reigns is someone WWE has always relied on for making its events a blockbuster.
Recently there have been a lot of talks about how Roman Reigns is leaving WWE.
In a live event in Trenton after defeating Drew McIntyre Roman Reigns was seen addressing the crowd.
Then came word that he had signed a new WWE deal that required him to do fewer house shows.
Reigns will be gone from WWE TV for a spell beginning next month, according to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer. He's presently booked for an episode of SmackDown on June 24 in Austin, Texas, but no live events or TV tapings are scheduled for July or August.
He's reportedly booked for live events at the beginning of October, which suggest Roman Reigns is taking a break the whole summer.
"So basically he'll be gone for 10 weeks?" Bryan Alvarez questioned Dave Meltzer on the latest Wrestling Observer Radio. Meltzer confirmed that and then added that while Reigns is listed as appearing at Money in the Bank (July 2) and SummerSlam (July 30), there's no guarantee he'll be there.