WWE News: Post-WrestleMania Plans For Roman Reigns And Four-Top NXT Stars Revealed

Roman Reigns is going to the main event at WrestleMania to take on Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman for the WWE World Heavyweight championship. There are a few ways that will play out. One outcome could involve Seth Rollins and the cashing-in of his Money in the Bank briefcase. Another conclusion will have Brock Lesnar retain his championship. The last one is the victory of Roman Reigns at the WWE's biggest event.

Either way, the WWE will not be able to please every single fan in attendance at Levi's stadium. In fact, more people might leave dissatisfied with the product than the ones who were coming in. However, that's the WWE in a nutshell. They can't make every fan happy. To the WWE fans, the match at WrestleMania is just as important as what follows the huge event.

According to Wrestling Inc, the plans for Roman Reigns might look a bit familiar following WrestleMania 31.

"Roman Reigns is scheduled to be facing The Big Show in street fights on the tour. John Cena vs. Rusev and Randy Orton vs. Seth Rollins are also slated for the tour, which are the only live events between WrestleMania and theExtreme Rules pay-per-view on Sunday, April 26th."
Hopefully the WWE fanbase didn't all sigh at once. There are a few reasons why Big Show would face off against Roman Reigns at house shows. His future post-WrestleMania might mean he doesn't capture the WWE World Heavyweight championship. The impending schedule also might insinuate that Seth Rollins doesn't cash in his briefcase. Anything can happen between now and then.

Another note in that report is the inclusion of four-top WWE NXT superstars on the same tour. Finn Balor, Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, and Adrian Neville will also be on the tour. Balor and Neville will work one leg with Reigns. Zayn and Owens will be work with John Cena on the other leg.

On that note, all four men will draw huge crowds for the live events that don't get a ton of attendance. Going back to Roman Reigns for a moment, he was interviewed by Digital Spy about the Royal Rumble and the "smart fans" ruining this year's WrestleMania main event.

"There's no way Daniel Bryan can beat me in a Royal Rumble match, it's ridiculous. He's nowhere near as heavy as me, he doesn't have a fraction of the strength I have. There are a lot of ways that Daniel Bryan can possibly beat me. Throwing me over the top rope is not one of those - it's not his match."

"It's tough to say. The way I look at it is, yeah, I hope they're having fun. Whatever chant you wanna start or whatever you're doing out there, as long as you're having a good time, as long as you're taking advantage of the time that you have being at the show."

Roman Reigns clearly likes the challenge put forth against Brock Lesnar and the WWE "smart mark" fans. Like I said before, the WWE cannot please everybody. That's one reason why they have four of the most-popular WWE superstars with Cena and Reigns on their next tour. Whether they enjoy the main event of WrestleMania or not, that's up for the actual result. The WWE is three weeks away from WrestleMania. Anything can change.

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