WWE Night of Champions 2023 predictions are in full swing as the reverse countdown to the first Saudi Arabian premium live event of the year has started. Unlike 2022, WWE has not toured Saudi Arabia on the road to WrestleMania 39. Instead, they have decided to keep a show after Backlash this year.
WWE Night of Champions 2023 match card is slowly taking shape. So far, five matches have been announced for the grand show scheduled to happen on May 27. One of the biggest matches announced for the show is a tag team match between Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn vs Roman Reigns and Solo Sikoa.
— Sportskeeda Wrestling (@SKWrestling_) May 13, 2023
This match is for the WWE Undisputed Tag Team Championships, and it is likely to be the main event of the premium live event.
Early predictions for Roman Reigns match at WWE Night of Champions 2023
There are still two episodes of SmackDown and one episode of RAW remaining before the Night of Champions show. Hence, there could be some twists and turns on the road to the Saudi Arabian premium live event.
However, as of now, the favorites to win the tag team match are Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn. The simple reason behind it is that Roman Reigns is already the reigning WWE Undisputed Universal Championship. Plus, he is a part timer now.
If WWE puts the WWE Undisputed Tag Team Championship on his shoulder as well, then there will be two such championships which may not be defended regularly in WWE. On top of that, Roman Reigns has picked a fight with former tag team champions and Bloodline members – Jimmy and Jey Uso.
While plans are still taking shape, one idea discussed for Money In The Bank in London is Roman Reigns/Solo vs. The Usos, freeing up Roman for a title defense at SummerSlam. pic.twitter.com/B5WP6DIqDL
— WRKD Wrestling (@WRKDWrestling) May 18, 2023
The likely finish for this match is The Usos costing Roman Reigns and Solo Sikoa a chance to become the new WWE Undisputed Tag Team Championships.
WWE Night of Champions 2023 Predictions: Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn to beat Roman Reigns and Solo Sikoa and retain Undisputed Tag Team Championship.