- Roman Reigns is ready to tackle Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam
- The occasion can be held Saturday at Nissan Stadium
- Vince McMahon not too long ago retired from his position as WWE’s chairman and CEO
Roman Reigns has hailed Vince McMahon, saying the previous Chairman and CEO of the WWE Firm has been “nice to my household.”
Earlier this month, Vince stepped down from his duties over allegations of sexual misconduct. He was accused of paying over $12 million up to now 16 years to suppress allegations of sexual misconduct and betrayal. An investigation into the claims is occurring.
Reigns is ready to defend his Undisputed WWE Common Title in opposition to Brock Lesnar on the SummerSlam occasion Saturday. The Tribal Chief not too long ago made an look on “The In the present day Present” to speak about his upcoming Final Man Standing battle in opposition to Lesnar, which is reportedly going to carry the curtains down on their iconic rivalry. The “Largest Social gathering of the Summer time” will happen at Nissan Stadium, Nashville.
Reigns signed autographs and took footage with followers at Rockefeller Plaza on Wednesday. On the time, YouTuber RainmakerNYC requested Reigns about his not too long ago resigned boss.
“I want him nothing however luck and happiness in his future. He is been nice to me and my household,” replied Reigns, in line with WrestlingInc.
Vince took to Twitter to interrupt the information about his resignation final week.
“At 77, time for me to retire. Thanks, WWE Universe. Then. Now. Endlessly. Collectively. #WWE #grateful,” he had tweeted.
Following this, the company announced that Triple H will assume all responsibilities related to WWE’s creative team, in addition to his regular duties. Meanwhile, Vince’s daughter, Stephanie, and Nick Khan were appointed as the co-CEOs of the billion-dollar worth company.
It was earlier reported that WWE is ready to enter a brand new period beneath the management of Stephanie and Nick. Paul Heyman, who’s the present particular counsel to Reigns, is anticipated to play a key position in it.
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