Universal Champion Roman Reigns Will Face John Cena At SummerSlam In A Match For Ages
At SummerSlam, Universal Champion Roman Reigns will battle 16-time World Champion John Cena in a highly anticipated matchup for the ages.
Whether it be due to nefarious circumstances or not, Reigns is in his prime and is quite possibly the most prevailing champions in late memory, bragging triumphs over the preferences Edge, Kevin Owens, Rey Mysterio, Cesaro, and fundamentally every other person in his way.
Though Reigns is firing on all cylinders, will The Head of the Table be able to see Cena? Fresh off his shocking return at WWE Money in the Bank, the 16-time World Champion made his intentions crystal clear: He wanted to be next in line to challenge the brash titleholder for the Universal Championship at SummerSlam. After Cena laid down a verbal diatribe on the champion, though, Reigns flat-out refused Cena’s challenge and instead accepted a challenge from the recently returning Finn Bálor.
As Bálor was going to sign the agreement to make his SummerSlam matchup against Reigns official the next week, a totally frantic Baron Corbin out of nowhere arose and took out The Prince from behind prior to endeavoring to sign the title contract himself. His effects came up short, though, when Cena emerged and took Corbin out before seizing the Universal Title contract for himself! With his signature affixed to the document, The 16-time World Champion officially became The Head of the Table’s opponent at SummerSlam! The Summer of Cena is heating up.
Later, Roman Reigns and John Cena opened SmackDown this week and there couldn’t be a better way to hype up their upcoming match at WWE SummerSlam 2021. John Cena proved why he’s one of the best promos in the world, throwing one fiery line after another. Roman Reigns was the perfect dance partner, much more equipped for such a segment than he was a few years ago. This is a match with two big stars, and there’s no way to tell how this match will play out.
What will happen when one of the greatest Superstars in WWE history steps onto Reigns’ so-called “Island of Relevancy” against the dominant Head of the Table at SummerSlam.