Roman Reigns Suspension Changes Weekend WWE Live Events, Dean Ambrose Pulling Double Duty?

Roman Reigns' 30-day WWE suspension for his first violation of the WWE Wellness Policy has changed this weekend's WWE live event line-ups. Reigns was originally scheduled to defend the WWE Championship against Seth Rollins at this Saturday's WWE live event at the TD Garden in Boston, MA and Sunday's show at the Amway Center in Orlando. The main event for both shows has been changed to Dean Ambrose defending the WWE Championship against Rollins.

Interestingly enough, updated advertising also has Ambrose defending the WWE Championship against Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens in a triple threat match at Sunday's live event at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena, which is at the same time as the Orlando show. Jacksonville is about a two hour drive from Orlando, so it appears as if Ambrose will work the opening match at one of the shows, and then haul it out to work the last match of the other event.


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