WATCH: Paul Heyman Almost Wrestles in a Tag Team With Roman Reigns After WWE SmackDown

Published 09/18/2021, 2:23 AM EDT


Tonight’s WWE SmackDown on FOX aired comes from the Thompson-Boling Arena in Knoxville, TN. After the show went off the air, the crowd witnessed a dark 6-man tag team action between The Bloodline (Roman Reigns and The Usos) against the Street Profits and Big E.

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A fan recorded a hilarious moment from the match where Paul Heyman tried to get inside the ring to beat down the team of ‘The Street Profits’. The fans started chanting, “we want Heyman”, to which Heyman got excited and asked for a tag from Jimmy Uso who was in the ring.

However, when he was denied to get inside the ring, Heyman grabbed the microphone and mimicked the theme song of John Cena like he did when John Cena was feuding with Roman Reigns before the SummerSlam PPV.

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The moment was so hilarious that even ‘The Tribal Chief’, Roman Reigns, broke his character and started laughing at Paul Heyman’s actions.

Roman Reigns will face ‘The Demon’ Finn Balor at the Extreme Rules PPV

Finn Balor returned to the main roster weeks before the SummerSlam PPV. He quickly put Roman Reigns on notice that his WWE Universal Championship has a new contender.

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However, things didn’t go according to plan when John Cena signed the contract a week before SummerSlam. Hence, making the match official for John Cena vs Roman Reigns at the SummerSlam.

Now, with John Cena out of the equation, Finn Balor has his sights set on Reigns’ Universal Championship. On tonight’s episode of SmackDown, Finn Balor warned Roman Reigns about his alter ego: The Demon King.

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Prithvi Mishra

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Prithvi Mishra is a WWE and AEW author for EssentiallySports. Having started his career as a UFC writer, Prithvi has nearly 2 years worth of experience in covering combat sports. Eventually, Prithvi decided to write for his passion and first love- pro wrestling.

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