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Update on Roman Reigns Vs The Rock, Major Title Scrapped? (August 31, 2022)


Welcome to today’s WWE Clash at the Castle 2022 news roundup featuring some of the top stories emerging from the biggest pro wrestling promotion in the last 24 hours. The WWE Universe is just three days away from the biggest premium live event in United Kingdom history.

The entire match card for the premium live event has been announced. Roman Reigns will put his Undisputed Universal Championship on the line against Drew McIntyre, but before that, he has spoken about his potential match against The Rock. Also, WWE has given Roman a new accolade. Besides, the company is also planning to scrap a major championship.

Without any further ado, let’s dive deep into today’s WWE news roundup.

When will Roman Reigns vs The Rock match happen in WWE?

Roman Reigns vs The Rock is a dream match for many members of the WWE Universe. Some fans think that the match will happen at WrestleMania 39. When asked for an update on his battle against The Rock, Roman told Sports Illustrated: “Update is Dwayne [Johnson] is dropping it with his own projects.”

Referencing the way The Rock hinted about a match against Roman on Young Rock, the Tribal Chief added: “I would say just based on that alone, it looks even better than it did the last time we spoke.”

Roman Reigns dominates today’s WWE Clash at the Castle 2022 news roundup

Ahead of his battle against Drew McIntyre, Roman Reigns has received a new accolade. According to WWE’s social media post, he is the King of Trash Talk in the company now.

WWE 24/7 Championship features on today’s Clash at the Castle 2022 news roundup

Dana Brooke is the reigning 24/7 champion in WWE. However, she has been spotted without the title on multiple occasions. Outlets like WrestleTalk and ScreenRant have theorized that the title has been silently retired and may not be seen on WWE TV again.





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