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WWE Setting up for Roman Reigns’ Triumphant Return to the Ring

Roman Reigns and Goldberg (Via WWE/Twitter)

Roman Reigns, the Tribal Chief, has been absent from the WWE ring since WrestleMania XL, but according to former WWE manager Dutch Mantell, the stage is now set for his triumphant return. Mantell believes that the revised Bloodline storyline, led by Solo Sikoa, has created the perfect circumstances for Reigns’ comeback. The storyline, which has been dominating SmackDown, has seen Solo Sikoa demanding recognition as the new Tribal Chief, only to be refused by Paul Heyman, setting the stage for a compelling narrative for Reigns’ return.

Mantell sees the confrontation between Solo Sikoa and WWE’s Paul Heyman as a positive step towards turning Heyman face, which would create a compelling narrative for Reigns’ return. He believes that Reigns’ return would happen at the perfect time, as WWE is currently doing record business, and his entrance would merely add fuel to the fire, cementing the company’s status as a major player.

Solo Sikoa, Roman Reigns, and Paul Heyman (Via WWE/Twitter)

Mantell goes on to speculate that WWE could even take some of its live events abroad, given the massive crowds they’re already drawing in various towns. His comments hint at a massive storyline that would kick off with Reigns’ return, possibly pitting the former champion against Solo Sikoa and the revamped Bloodline. This scenario would be a perfect opportunity for WWE to capitalize on the popularity of its wrestlers, further solidifying its position in the professional wrestling industry.

Mantell’s comments suggest that WWE is on the cusp of a major storyline that would revolve around Roman Reigns’ return. As the company continues to dominate the wrestling scene, it will be exciting to see how the narrative unfolds, particularly with regards to Reigns’ character and his potential opponents.

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