WWE Clash Of Championship 2020 Results: Roman Reigns Debuts New Ring Gear

Roman Reigns appeared new ring gear at WWE Clash of Champions in his WWE Universal Championship protection against cousin Jey Uso as he presently goes shirtless.

Rules’ heel turn has just observed both major and minor changes to the regularly detached character. Rules has gotten considerably more standoffish as a heel, anyway his coalition with Paul Heyman is the first run through the long-lasting top babyface has had an administrator.

Rules discreetly shed his vest after returning, which had gotten so inseparable from The Big Dog it was the subject of an appeal among his vocal depreciators, who felt the adornment gave him an uncalled for advantage.

“Roman Reigns has been systematically breaking the rules of Admiral-Lord Mountevans Unified Rules of Professional Wrestling through the use of illegal body armor to protect himself during the course of matches with legitimately dressed competitors, and has been doing so throughout his career,” read the tongue-in-cheek petition which garnered just under 4,000 supporters.

Roman no-vest foreshadowed the latest stylish changes in an ongoing meeting with Mania Club (h/t Wrestling Inc).

“To fans that want me to change my gear, get over it. I’m not going to go out there in trunks. However, if you watch me this Sunday, you’ll probably see me with my shirt off. That’s the only change I’m making [to my attire],” said Reigns.

Rules proceeded to note he anticipates turning out new music as he keeps on easing back play the as yet stewing heel turn.

“There’s a lot more to it than just me creating my own music,” said Reigns.

“It requires me to go through a lot of channels. You have to understand I’m not automatically a bad guy now. You’ve seen it [the change in my character] in gradual steps. You’ve seen layers of that so far.”

Rules was most recently seen conveying a Superman Punch to Jey Uso on SmackDown after hesitantly proceeding to be his partner all through the manufacture. The perplexing family show has been utilized as a fitting background to Reigns’ continuous plunge into villainy as the double cross Universal hero demands staying at the top of the table.

Given the greatness of such a prominent heel turn—one that many were persuaded could never occur—a type of noteworthy restorative change to the character’s introduction felt essential, if not required.

The new-look Roman Reigns, combined with more articulated heel propensities, felt like the official dispatch of another period for the two Reigns and WWE.

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