BREAKING: Roman Reigns Return To RAW To Provide Update On Medical Condition

On October 22nd, 2018, the Universal Champion Roman Reigns opened Monday Night RAW with a shocking announcement. Roman Reigns came down to the ring to announce that he had a returning case of leukemia and would have no choice but to relinquish the Universal Championship and take some time away from WWE.

 

Since making that announcement, Roman Reigns has not been seen on WWE Television and has made hardly any public appearances as well as had very limited social media activity. Three months later, on January 25th, 2019, The Rock broke the news via his Instagram page that Roman Reigns would be joining the Fast & Furious franchise alongside The Rock as his brother in the spinoff film “Hobbs & Shaw”. You can read more about that in one of my previous articles here.

With that being said, on Thursday, February 21st, 2019, WWE announced that Roman Reigns would be returning to RAW on Monday, February 25th, 2019 to provide an update on his condition.

Roman coming back to provide an update on his battle with leukemia could mean a number of things. The best-case scenario for this segment would be Roman Reigns coming back to tell us that he has successfully beaten leukemia once again and will be making his return to the WWE just in time for Wrestlemania 35. That is definitely the best-case scenario. The worst-case scenario, however, would be that Roman Reigns would be coming back to tell us that he will have to retire from the WWE because the original diagnosis is a lot worse than what was expected.

What are your predictions on his sudden appearance? Do you think that Roman Reigns has successfully conquered leukemia once again? Or, do you think that this may be the last we will see of Roman Reigns as a WWE Superstar?

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