Should Reigns Win At No Mercy?


As you probably already know by now, Roman Reigns and John Cena had a big segment on Monday Night Raw as they were the main thing on that show. It was one of the best Cena promos in a while, or at least one of the more interesting ones in recent memory. It was notable since it was against Roman Reigns, a guy that was picked to be the replacement for John Cena when the 16-time world champion decided to retire from the world of wrestling.

Cena was dominant in that segment, but we need to say that Roman actually delivered a decent promo. Yes, it was bad at times, but he passed the message and had some strong presence. All of that is going to be forgotten, and the only thing that we are going to remember is the fact that Cena ripped him to shreds, speaking the truth mostly.


What this feud is going to do is to make a clear-cut babyface out of John Cena, especially if he keeps delivering messages like the one he did on Monday Night. With him being really good and loved by the fans for what he is saying to Roman Reigns, should he lose to him at this pay per view?

No. That is not going to be a good idea to have Cena lose to Roman right away after looking like the stronger one, more dominant one. The guy that is just simply in command. What we can expect out of this matchup that is going to happen in a couple of weeks from now is some kind of finish where the winner is not going to be decided. That is the way to go as WWE probably wants to drag out this feud and not to end it right away. Everything points to this feud going on until late 2017.