WWE: Creative Issues Over Plans for WWE & Universal Titles, Yulisa Leon Injury, Clash at the Castle

WWE Reportedly Dealing with Creative Issues Over Plans for Undisputed WWE Universal Championship

WWE reportedly is currently dealing with creative-related issues regarding their potential future plans for Roman Reigns and his Undisputed WWE Universal Championship, according to WrestleVotes.

It was reported that their sources described these creative issues as being “complex” due to WWE officials had booked themselves in a corner over the direction for their WWE and Universal Championships.

WWE officials reportedly currently are conflicted over wanting the WWE and Universal Championships to be split back as separate titles for next year’s “Mania season” and WrestleMania 39 event itself but also do not want Reigns losing either belt or “at all” prior to next year’s WrestleMania event.

It was also reported that Paul “Triple H” Levesque and other WWE officials are currently open to all creative ideas to resolve this dilemma.

Yulisa Leon Suffers Knee Injury

Wednesday’s NXT show featured a backstage segment involving Yulisa Leon, Valentina Feroz, and Sanga. During the segment, Leon appeared from NXT’s medical room wearing a brace on her leg and revealed that he had suffered a knee injury. Leon also stated that she is currently expected to be out of action for WWE’s NXT brand for the next nine months due to the severity of her injury.

Prior to her injury, Leon last wrestled on the August 2nd episode of NXT in a Fatal Four-way match for the Vacant NXT Women’s Tag Team Championship.

Triple H Touts Success of WWE’s Clash at the Castle Event

WWE Chief Content Officer Paul “Triple H” Levesque recently announced that WWE’s Clash at the Castle event earlier this month in Cardiff, Wales broke several all-time company records.

Levesque stated that the event broke the record for most watched international WWE event, highest ever grossing live gate for a WWE European event, and highest selling merchandise sales for a non-WrestleMania event in WWE history. Levesque also stated that Clash at the Castle’s post-show press conference also broke the record for highest concurrent views for a non-PPV pre-show video on WWE’s official YouTube channel.