Roman Reigns has been officially advertised WWE’s next European tour. On Tuesday, the official Twitter account of WWE’s United Kingdom brand confirmed that Reigns is slated to work the tour that goes down in May for the Raw brand. He’s also advertised for other live events as part of this tour.
The red brand will start the tour in Europe in Belfast, Northern Ireland on Wednesday, May 8 that concludes in Cardiff, Wales on Friday, May 17. WWE will tape an episode of Monday Night Raw in London, England on Monday, May 13.
This comes after Reigns returned to WWE television in late February on an episode of Raw where he had announced that his leukemia is in remission.
He worked his first match since taking a hiatus from in-ring competition months ago at Sunday’s (March 10th, 2019) WWE Fastlane pay-per-view event from the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio by teaming with Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose to defeat Baron Corbin, Drew McIntyre & Bobby Lashley.
On Monday’s Raw, WWE did an angle where Reigns was slated to wrestle Baron Corbin but was attacked by McIntyre instead. This led to McIntyre then defeating Ambrose in a falls count anywhere match in the main event of the show.