• Roman Reigns is the undisputed WWE and Universal Champion
  • He won the unified title at WrestleMania 38
  • Reigns is set to have fewer working days as per a new contract

Roman Reigns has been added to the line-up for an upcoming event under the brand SmackDown.

Even though reports recently have suggested that Reigns would have lesser working days as per his new contract, the Tribal Chief is set to feature in a SmackDown show at TD Garden in Boston on July 22, according to Fightful.

The SmackDown event will also feature the likes of Drew McIntyre, Kevin Ownes and Cody Rhodes.

In the lead up to this year's SummerSlam, the WWE Company is organizing a few events in July, including the SmackDown and RAW shows. Reigns will also compete in the RAW event, the go-home Red Brand show just before the SummerSlam, which will take place at New York's Madison Square Garden on July 25, according to 411Mania.

The SummerSlam live event is scheduled to take place on July 30 at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee.

Reigns recently led the Bloodline to a super victory over a team comprising of McIntyre and RK-Bro at WrestleMania Backlash. Following that, the heel group had a faceoff against Riddle, Randy Orton and RK-Bro on last week's SmackDown. Reigns ensured the Bloodline emerged victorious in the end.

Roman Reigns
Roman Reigns celebrates winning the WWE Championship off of Brock Lesnar in the main event of WrestleMania 38 Night 2. WWE

This summer, apart from the SummerSlam, Reigns is also due to feature in the Money in the Bank event, which will take place on July 2 in Paradise, Nevada. This year's Money in the Bank edition will reportedly be the biggest in the event's history as the WWE Company brings its production to Las Vegas' Allegiant Stadium, a venue with a capacity of around 65,000.

The Money in the Bank is set to feature Brock Lesnar as well. Even though it is still unclear what Lesnar's involvement in the show would be, it will certainly be a high-profile one.

Lesnar recently lost his WWE Championship to Reigns at WrestleMania 38. The Tribal Chief unified both the titles and walked away as an undisputed WWE and Universal Championship on Night 2 of the "Show of the Shows" in Texas earlier this month.