4. Good: Quality Matches

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Roman Reigns and Daniel Bryan may have never been embroiled in a singles rivalry, but have crossed paths on the road to WrestleMania in 2015. Reigns faced off against Daniel Bryan at Fastlane 2015, in a match to determine the No.1 contender for Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 31. Reigns won the match and subsequently became the top face in WWE.

Both the superstars have given excellent bouts over the years with a variety of opponents. WWE wants to compete with AEW in terms of match quality, and putting two exceptional talent together will be a wise move.

3. Not Good: What happens to the Samoan Summit?

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Roman Reigns was attacked on SmackDown, but the previous night on RAW, he was due for a Samoan Summit with Samoa Joe. That summit never took place and instead, we got an all-out brawl with several superstars involved to close the show.

Reigns still has unfinished business with Samoa Joe, and if WWE reveals Bryan as the mystery attacker, Joe-Reigns will never reach proper culmination.