Roman Reigns Advertised For Match At WWE Fastlane

According to the arena

During his feelgood return speech on Monday night, Roman Reigns downplayed the idea that he could compete at WrestleMania. Reigns, whose leukemia has entered remission, said that he needed to, "Crawl before he could walk", saying in essence that a full recovery had no exact timetable.

But now, the website for Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland (the location of WWE Fastlane) has listed Reigns as taking part in the pay-per-view in an apparent wrestling capacity.

According to the event listing on Quicken Loans Arena's site, Reigns is scheduled to team with Seth Rollins in a three-on-two handicap match against Bobby Lashley, Drew McIntyre, and Baron Corbin.

For its part, WWE has not officially announced the match in any way, shape, or form, though it's not uncommon for the promotion to leak out match info to partnering outlets ahead of time. The match's placement on the arena's website doesn't even guarantee that it will happen, but one assumes that its listing is an indication of forthcoming plans.

Reigns is currently scheduled to appear on every episode of Raw through the May 6 edition.

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