Roman Reigns has reportedly signed a new multi-year deal with WWE.
Pro Wrestling Sheet exclusively reported that The Big Dog has signed an extension to his contract with the company.
The length of the contract is unknown, but the new deal will take him past a decade of service to WWE. Reigns reportedly agreed on the deal last month.
Reigns made his main roster debut in 2012 as part of The Shield, following a name change from Roman Leakee.
On Sunday, he missed his first Summerslam PPV since his debut, having not featured at all during the event. The 34-year-old is set to face Buddy Murphy on tonight’s (August 13th) episode of SmackDown Live.