Triple H Says Roman Reigns’ WrestleMania 36 Story Will Play Out In A ‘Unique Manner’

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Triple H Says Roman Reigns’ WrestleMania 36 Story Will Play Out In A ‘Unique Manner’

WrestleMania 36 is being presented in the most unique manner possible in the 35-year history of the spectacular. Coronavirus complications have forced multiple changes to the event, not the least of which being Roman Reigns pulling out of his WWE Universal Championship bout against Goldberg.

Speaking to Ariel Helwani, Triple H discussed the manner in which Roman Reigns backed out of the event, what changes that will bring to the show, and how we, as an audience, will see everything play out.

“Well, it’s a funny thing. You know, I think you can watch our business in multiple different ways,” Hunter began. “One of them is the storyline aspect of and [following] the storyline. Another way is the online component of it. And the reality of it behind it, Roman has is his situation and his reasons for doing the things that he’s doing. But I will say from our standpoint and the storyline standpoint, it’s going to play out in a unique manner. And we wanted it to play out that way. And, you know, it’s not necessarily putting me in an awkward position. It’s just me saying I don’t want to give away the ending of the movie before the movie takes place. So I think everybody just has to watch and kind of see how this unfolds. But it will unfold in a unique way. And I think it will be meaningful, you know, for everybody. And again, there’ll always be critics and we’re doing the best we can.”

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Right now, Roman and Goldberg are scheduled to go face-to-face on the April 3 episode of SmackDown. With Roman out of the match, spectators are just waiting to see how the inevitable unfolds. Regardless, Bill Goldberg will defend the WWE Universal Championship at WrestleMania, it just remains to be seen against who.

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