The Universal Champion Roman Reigns and WWE Champion Brock Lesnar is now being advertised as a title unification match which will headline WrestleMania Sunday on April 3.
In an update from Wrestling Observer Radio on the match stipulation, Dave Meltzer revealed that WWE currently has no plans to have one champion working both RAW and SmackDown long term, even though it appears that way given the match stipulation.
"The deal here is that it is a unification match. From what I am told, it's the same idea as the last time they unified the titles. Remember like 20 years ago, 18 years ago, when they did and then like a week later they just handed a belt to Triple H?," Meltzer said.
"I was told that it is not feasible in the modern environment to not have each brand, given the two networks, have a champion. So this would be a unification match and then they will -- not forget about it -- but there will be two champions."
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