Has Roman Reigns Let Plans Slip For An Unannounced WWE Money In The Bank 2021 Match?
Reigns made the remarks on social media
This Sunday's WWE Money In The Bank pay-per-view will see Roman Reigns defend the Universal Championship against Edge.
Prior to this weekend's huge show, however, the Tribal Chief will team with his cousins Jimmy and Jey Uso to take on the Rated-R SuperStar and the SmackDown Tag Team Champions Rey & Dominik Mysterio on Friday Night SmackDown, as the WWE Universe return to the shows.
The Mysterio pair returned to help Edge against Reigns and The Usos last week, having been taken out by the Head Of The Table, and Reigns has taken to Twitter to promote the match as WWE welcomes back fans.
However, it appears the Universal Champion may have accidentally revealed that his cousins will be challenging Rey and Dominik Mysterio for the SmackDown Tag Team Titles on Sunday.
Reigns wrote: "For the first time since Edge got stacked and pinned in front of thousands of fans @WrestleMania and before the Mysterios lose their titles at #MITB…
"MY @WWE Universe gets to see and acknowledge their #TribalChief live and in person on #Smackdown."
WWE had not announced or confirmed any SmackDown Tag Team Championship match for Money In The Bank 2021 prior to Reigns' Tweet, meaning the Tribal Chief may have let slip plans for the match.
Of course, when you're the Head Of The Table and the Universal Champion, maybe that's just how you get what you want?