Roman Reigns Unlikely To Wrestle At WWE Survivor Series 2023 – Reports

In a disappointing development for all the WWE fans, Roman Reigns will not be a part of Survivor Series 2023. As per Dave Meltzer of The Wrestling Observer, Reigns is not scheduled to wrestle any matches in 2023 after the Crown Jewel show in Saudi Arabia. His next match will likely happen at Royal Rumble in 2024.

Roman Reigns has been the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion for more than three years now. He has transitioned into a part-time role now, wherein he only defends his title in a limited number of shows. This year, Roman’s matches have reduced even further, with The Tribal Chief even set to skip one of the ‘Big 4’ events of the WWE PPV Calendar.

Reigns will defend his Undisputed WWE Universal Championship against LA Knight at WWE Crown Jewel 2023 this Saturday in Riyadh. The Tribal Chief is the favorite to retain his title and end the year as the Undisputed Champion of SmackDown.


The news of Roman Reigns not working Survivor Series has disappointed a lot of fans. Last year, Triple H brought back the WarGames theme on the main roster for this show, and Reigns even competed in a 5-on-5 WarGames match against a babyface faction of Superstars who were at war against him. Sami Zayn helped Roman’s team secure a win in that contest.

Here is the reason why Roman Reigns will probably miss WWE Survivor Series 2023

It looks like WWE wants Roman to have more matches in 2024 because they will be traveling overseas for the premium live events. Germany and Australia have already received one premium live event each, and there have been rumors of Paris getting one as well.


As far as WWE Survivor Series 2023 is concerned, WWE has already sold more than 15,000 tickets for the show. In fact, the company is opening up more seats to meet the insane demand for the tickets among the fans in Chicago.



Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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