Published Apr 24 2020 By Chezza Miller of WrestlingWithWrestling.Com
WWE BANS Roman Reigns, Money In The Bank PPV Wild Plans REVEALED, Surprising SPLIT Tease, More WWE Releases Confirmed, SmackDown Results Recap, & More Latest...
Welcome to another episode of The Casual Fan Podcast with Chezza Miller, GMTM and Steven S.
This show is all about how hard it is to watch WWE no fans programming, the new Money in the Bank concept, and Roman Reigns being banned from WWE programming.
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WWE BANS Roman Reigns, Money In The Bank PPV Wild Plans REVEALED,
Surprising SPLIT Tease, More
WWE BANS Roman Reigns! Wild Money In The Bank Plans REVEALED & Surprising SPLIT Teased On SmackDown WWE star Roman Reigns’ ‘name banned from being said on TV by Vince McMahon’ with his future in doubt WWE superstars have reportedly been barred from mentioning Roman Reigns’ name on television for the foreseeable future. The Big Dog pulled out of his Universal Title shot against Goldberg at WrestleMania 36 earlier this month amid the coronavirus pandemic. Having twice recovered from leukaemia, the 34-year-old decided the risk of travelling to Orlando to film the event was too high risk due to his weakened immune system. After forfeiting his championship opportunity, Braun Strowman replaced him and defeated Goldberg to claim the gold. WWE employees are under strict orders not to mention Reigns’ name on TV. With the star currently out of action due to the Covid-19 infection, it seems WWE’s CEO Vince McMahon is attempting to keep him out of the minds of fans. Reports emerged Reigns’ long-term future was in doubt due to the spread of the deadly bug. However, it has now emerged the decision on when to return is being left entirely up to the wrestler himself. WWE Money in the Bank 2020 pay-per-view, and WWE has begun the build on its weekly television programming. This year, there will be a unique twist added to two of the most anticipated matches of the year. The staple Money in the Bank matches will not be taking place inside the confines of the WWE Performance Center, rather they will happen at WWE corporate headquarters -- also known as Titan Towers -- in Stamford, Connecticut. The men's and women's Money in the Bank matches will begin on the ground floor of headquarters, with the coveted briefcases available for grabs on the rooftop. Let's take a look at what to expect when the event goes down on Sunday, May 10. The pay-per-view broadcast, airing on the WWE Network, should begin at the standard 7 p.m. ET start time with a kickoff show airing one hour earlier.
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