A recent report suggests top WWE Superstar Roman Reigns has inked a new multi-year contract as of July.
The Roman Reigns attacker storyline was supposed to continue at Sunday's SummerSlam pay-per-view, but very few developments actually occurred in Toronto.
Goldberg's match against The Undertaker at Super ShowDown was filled with plenty of hype and excitement, as it marked the very first bout between the two WWE legends.
Buddy Murphy felt Roman Reigns' wrath on SmackDown this week, and now the Aussie wants his revenge on The Big Dog.
WWE has teased a feud between Roman Reigns and Daniel Bryan heading into SummerSlam, since the latter's sidekick is apparently responsible for a series of attacks on the Big Dog.
For fans who thought WWE might get lost in the shuffle of all the sports and programming on FOX, a new ad seems to suggest otherwise.
While WWE was teasing an announcement as to who Roman Reigns will fight at SummerSlam, it might be no one as the attacker storyline plays out long-term.
SmackDown Live went off the air with the reveal of Roman Reigns' attacker. Or at least we think that's what happened.
Ever since he joined AEW, Jon Moxley has opened up about the frustrations and problems in WWE that led to his departure.
Roman Reigns was the victim of a brutal attack on last week's episode of SmackDown Live, and things got even worse and more mysterious on Monday Night Raw.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's new movie Hobbs & Shaw, which also features his cousin Roman Reigns, climbed to the top spot at the box office on its worldwide debut (via WWE.com), knocking off Disney...
While announcing the attack on Roman Reigns last week was an “accident” a hit and run segment this week of Raw proved that it wasn’t.
Roman Reigns was prepared to believe that the incident which left him covered under scaffolding during last week's episode of SmackDown Live was simply a mishap. But now, he's not so sure.
We're all wondering who attacked Roman Reigns on SmackDown, if he was attacked at all. Seems as if it definitely wasn't Drew McIntyre.
It might feel as if Roman Reigns has his whole career ahead of him, but The Big Dog already knows when he'll be scaling back on wrestling should all go to plan.
Roman Reigns narrowly escaped disaster at the conclusion of this week's episode of SmackDown Live, just barely getting out of the way from falling equipment and debris backstage.
WWE has only had Roman Reigns wrestle on a part-time basis since his return, but the Big Dog will indeed be competing at next week's SummerSlam pay-per-view.
You might have assumed The Rock's pick for WWE's next big thing would be Roman Reigns, but that is not the case.
In today's WWE, the vast majority of superstars are forced to cut scripted promos, rather than simply make up their own on the spot.