Roman Reigns will face Jey Uso at SummerSlam in a match for the WWE Undisputed Championship. Here are the 3 reasons why Roman Reigns Should defeat Jey Uso at SummerSlam.

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The reign of Roman Reigns at the top might soon be coming to an end. The Head of the Table and the WWE Universe were in disbelief after an amazing "Bloodline Civil War Match" at the Money in the Bank premium live event when they saw Jey Uso pin Roman Reigns cleanly in the center of the ring to win for himself and his brother Jimmy. Roman Reigns is scheduled to defend his Undisputed Universal Championship against Jey Uso as we move on to the upcoming major event, SummerSlam, in August. Jey Uso has unquestionably earned a shot at the gold after handing Reigns his first clean loss in nearly four years.

On the WWE SmackDown episode, the epic rivalry intensified even more. Tribal Court was officially in session, and when The Bloodline is all said and done, the slow burn of Roman Reigns gradually snapping after his loss to Jey looks poised to carry the character of The Tribal Chief into the future. This could potentially result in the most compelling Roman Reigns we have yet to see. Reigns appeared to be handing the reins to Jey, but it was only a diversion for Roman to land a low blow. Roman then proceeded to dismantle The Usos with Solo Sikoa, splashing Jimmy through the announcer's table as they did so.

By the end of the show, Jey Uso was the only one still in the middle of the ring, and the enraged Reigns was required to face off against Uce in a combat test. When Jey announced the Tribal Chief would be put on trial and identified himself as the judge, jury, and executioner, the crowd applauded him and gave him a standing ovation. The stage is now ready for Reigns and Jey's championship match. When these relatives clash once more at The Biggest Party of the summer, the WWE Universe is in for a treat. Without further ado, let's look at three reasons why Roman Reigns Should defeat Jey Uso at SummerSlam

Roman Reigns would lose a lot of momentum for the remainder of 2023:

As far as momentum goes right now, Reigns has already lost ground. It would cost him, even more, to suffer another defeat so soon after his prior one, in addition to losing the championship to Jey Uso. There is no denying Jey Uso's talent as a wrestler, and right now he is producing some of his best work ever. However, after years and years of preparation to become the franchise star and the face of the WWE, Roman Reigns is on an entirely different level of superstardom. At some point, Reigns will have to relinquish the title, but not at the expense of his momentum or to Jey Uso.

The key to success for a WWE Superstar is momentum. Without it, a wrestler will most likely be near the back of the lineup and without any interesting storylines. Reigns is the face of the WWE, so losing to Jey Uso might diminish the value of his services going forward.

Roman wouldn't be "The Head of the Table" anymore:

The Samoan Dynasty spans several centuries. They've been around for what feels like forever, and nearly every generation of the Anoa'i family has contributed something unique to the group that Roman Reigns is now in charge of. For Reigns, losing his title to Jey Uso would be catastrophic, and he would thereby lose his status as The Head of The Table. Even if he went on to win the title back by defeating Jey in a rematch, it just wouldn't be the same, and the WWE would probably have to drop this gimmick altogether. Jey's triumph would be significant, but not right now for Reigns' persona and gimmick.

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Reigns passed the Ula Fula from his neck over to Jey's head and then knelt down, which was a bizarre sight to behold. Roman appeared to be recognizing the new Tribal Chief and Head of The Table. Of course, this was all a ruse, but for a split second, we got a glimpse of a world in which Roman Reigns wasn't in charge. That future is not quite ready for the WWE Universe yet. It just doesn't seem like a good idea in the long run to devalue Roman's stock and get rid of such a fun, dominant gimmick for shock value.

It would make Roman Reigns' WrestleMania 40 match less valuable:

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2024 will see WrestleMania 40, which will mark the biggest milestone in WWE history. Roman Reigns entering WrestleMania 40 without the WWE Undisputed Championship or after losing it and winning it back wouldn't have the same impact as if he had already held the title for two years by the time the event rolled around. The belt is currently held by Reigns, the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion, and his reign is the most significant one in recent memory. It truly feels like the highest honor and the most prestigious title in the Company.

It would be huge for the belt, the Company, and the superstars involved if the belt could maintain this level heading into the biggest WrestleMania anniversary of all time. It would be beyond monumental if Cody Rhodes could wrap up his story and put an end to Roman Reigns' two-year reign on The Grandest Stage Of Them All, especially with talk of Rhodes getting his rematch against Reigns in the main event of WrestleMania 40. This is by far the most significant reason for Jey Uso winning the Undisputed Championship over Roman Reigns.

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