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Roman Reigns’ Extended Break from WWE: What Fans Need to Know

Roman Reigns (Via WWE/Twitter)

Recent reports have brought disappointing news for fans of Roman Reigns, indicating that his return to WWE might not be happening anytime soon. Following his loss to Cody Rhodes at WrestleMania XL, Reigns, known as the Head of the Table, decided to take a break from the wrestling scene. During his absence, Solo Sikoa has stepped up as The Tribal Heir to lead The Bloodline.

Interestingly, Reigns opted out of the WWE Draft and is even being advertised for an appearance on SmackDown before SummerSlam this year. While fans were hopeful for his return by SummerSlam, the latest update suggests that the wait might be shorter than expected.

Roman Reigns (Via WWE/Twitter)

However, rumors circulating about an early comeback were refuted by Ringside News, quoting a member of the writing team who claimed there were no plans for his return as of now.

Despite his time away from the regular WWE programming, Reigns continues to play a significant role in shaping the ongoing Bloodline storyline, offering his creative input. With the faction’s dynamics shifting under Solo Sikoa’s guidance, there is speculation about the possibility of another Bloodline Civil War leading up to WrestleMania 41. As fans eagerly await updates on Reigns’ return, the evolution of The Bloodline storyline remains a focal point of interest within the WWE universe.

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