Plans for Paige, Future of Cena/Reigns Feud, WWE on Jinder Promo
Roman Reigns and John Cena have been setting the wrestling world ablaze with their deeply personal feud. After weeks of trash talking and fourth wall breaking, the match between the two polarizing wrestlers will finally be taking place this Sunday at No Mercy. Despite it being rumored that Cena will likely take time off from WWE after the match, Dave Meltzer speculated differently in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter. The entire purpose of the match is to have Cena pass the torch of ‘the guy’ in WWE to Reigns. If Reigns loses the match against Cena, it will almost certainly lead to another match between the two. If the match will be taking place just once, Reigns will definitely be winning.
WWE and Paige have alerted fans that the latter has returned to the WWE Performance Center to resume her wrestling training. Paige has been out of action for over a year, but it looks like she will finally be returning very shortly. Dave Meltzer noted in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that WWE does have plans for Paige’s in-ring return, they are ready for her to come back, and she will be returning to television soon. Paige has been cleared by WWE’s medical staff after taking several months off to deal with some issues in her life, including a serious neck injury. Paige could return at the No Mercy show this Sunday or on any of the next few Raw shows that will follow the pay-per-view.
Smackdown received some media attention this week, albeit probably not the attention that WWE was hoping that it would receive. WWE Champion Jinder Mahal and the Singh Brothers came down to the ring to cut a promo on Shinsuke Nakamrua during the show. They made fun of him for being Japanese, commenting that he “always rooks the same.” They also referred to him as Mr. Miyagi. The promo received chants of “that’s too far” from the crowd in attendance, and WWE has not uploaded a clip of the promo onto their YouTube channel. The Washington Post discussed the angle, and when they reached out for comment from WWE, they received the statement posted below:
“Just like many other TV shows or movies, WWE creates programming with fictional personalities that cover real world issues and sensitive subjects. As a producer of such TV shows, WWE Corporate is committed to embracing and celebrating individuals from all backgrounds as demonstrated by the diversity of our employees, performers and fans worldwide.”
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