WWE are in the process of a rather depleted roster at the moment so it didn't exactly help when it was announced Roman Reigns was the latest casualty to that list. Reigns, who is currently backed by many to be the next real successor to John Cena as the "Face of the WWE", underwent emergency hernia surgery on Saturday and will take a fair time to recover fully.
Whilst WWE TV is speculating that Reigns will be out for an "indefinite" amount of time, WWE do have some sort of a hopeful expectation. Whilst they are not certain on any kind of date, PWInsider report that WWE expect Reigns back on TV by "the latest November" to continue his recent push. Reigns was set to face Seth Rollins on the Night Of Champions PPV before the injury occurred and is likely to pick up on that same feud when he returns.