Roman Reigns: “I honestly don’t know if I’m going to be doing too many more live events”

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Roman Reigns addressed his future regarding live events when speaking to the crowd in Cedar Rapids, Iowa on Sunday.

In the main event of the ‘Sunday Stunner’ live event, Reigns defeated Drew McIntyre to remain Undisputed WWE Champion and grabbed the microphone to speak to the fans.

I appreciate all of y’all. I know I had the internet talking last week or the week before that, but I honestly don’t know if I’m going to be doing too many more live events, like this, on a Sunday, going forward. This could be my last run and I want y’all to know that it was very special for me and I had an incredible time. (Transcription courtesy: Jeremy Lambert of Fightful.com)

Reigns is not advertised for any live events in June, July, or August with a limited number of dates being advertised for the champion throughout the summer.

It has been reported that Reigns will not be working the Hell in a Cell show on June 5th. Reigns is scheduled for Money in the Bank, SummerSlam, and Clash at the Castle and is expected to have a presence on television leading to those events.

Reigns has held the WWE Universal Championship since August 30, 2020, and recently won the WWE Championship at WrestleMania 38 by defeating Brock Lesnar on the second night at AT&T Stadium on April 3rd.