Roman Reigns Sells Out Concert After WWE Accidentally Advertises His Appearance

That didn’t happen, and the reason why is that Reigns was replaced by Shinsuke Nakamura. While it might not be a shock to some, it’s worth noting that Reigns is still such a draw that WWE was willing to spend money to promote his appearance.

Roman Reigns was replaced by Shinsuke Nakamura at a WWE live event in Fayetteville, North Carolina due to Reigns’ popularity and draw in the company. Mick Foley Reveals Turning Down Suggested Spot On Jimmy Kimmel Live. net/tommyhall/roman-reigns-explains-why-he-missed-live-event/” title=”Click to watch the video”>[This post contains video, click to play]

WWE issued a statement saying that Roman Reigns was incorrectly advertised for a show and offered refunds until 7:30pm. According to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, 3,816 tickets were sold prior to Reigns being advertised, and over 700 more tickets were sold between the announcement and the correction. Roman Reigns is a major star in the WWE, and fans can check out some of his recent efforts here and here. Roman Reigns was mistakenly advertised to appear at a WWE show, leading to an increase in ticket sales. However, Reigns did not appear and refunds were made available by WWE. This situation demonstrates how popular Reigns is amongst wrestling fans, despite not currently wrestling regularly. Fans are encouraged to share their thoughts on the situation and if they think Reigns should wrestle more often.
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Roman Reigns’ return to professional wrestling was accidentally advertised by WWE, resulting in a huge spike in ticket sales. The inadvertent promotion was due to a fan-created image that was included in a WWE email sent to their subscribers. The image featured Roman Reigns in a professional-wrestling ring and was captioned “I’m back!” resulting in a surge of ticket sales for upcoming events. <a href=" <a href="

WWE accidentally advertised Roman Reigns' return to professional wrestling, resulting in a huge increase in ticket sales. This was due to a fan-created image included in a WWE email, captioned "I'm back!" which sparked fans to purchase tickets for upcoming events. <a href="

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