WWE Rumors: Vince McMahon to push Seth Rollins, A.J. Styles as the chairman loses faith on Roman Reigns

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The WWE has pushed Roman Reigns so hard for the past couple years but he cannot seem to completely get over the fans. According to the latest WWE rumors, Vince McMahon has lost faith in Roman Reigns and he is now ready to push Seth Rollins and A.J. Styles.

The WWE Chairman has reportedly started souring on Reigns even before his suspension, per Daily Wrestling News. It got worse when The Guy tested positive for a banned substance while he was WWE champion.

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Reigns was appropriately suspended for 30 days on June 21 and he is set to lose about $100,000 in earnings. Nonetheless, he remained in the Battleground main event but he is not expected to came out as a four-time WWE champion.

According to Cageside Seats, Seth Rollins and A.J. Styles will benefit the most from the Reigns suspension. Both superstars are expected to headline Monday Night Raw and SmackDown Live. They will likely be the heels for faces Dean Ambrose and John Cena.

The report also noted that McMahon is telling people that he should have signed Styles ten years ago. VKM is rumored to be high on The Phenomenal One, as evidenced by the win at Money in the Bank and the six-man tag match at Battleground.

The Inquisitr believes that the WWE was protecting Styles from Cena and vice-versa. The six-man tag is a way to have Cena gain a win in the feud without Styles getting pinned. Cena vs. Styles II is expected to happen at SummerSlam.

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On the other hand, Rollins and Ambrose are building The Shield Triple Threat Match at Battleground without Reigns. More are expected from both superstars while The Guy has to redeem himself after the mistake he has done.

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