The WWE's self-proclaimed Big Dog is headed back to Monday Night Raw sooner than expected.
Four months after announcing that his leukemia had returned, Roman Reigns is set to appear on the WWE's flagship show Monday, Feb. 25 to deliver an update on his health. While we don't know exactly what that announcement will entail, we're remaining optimistic given that he's addressing the WWE universe in person.
On Oct. 22, Reigns went public for the first time about his prognosis in a heartfelt speech that also saw him relinquish his Universal Title. It came as a shock to WWE fans since most were unaware of his previous bout with cancer. Reigns, whose real name is Joe Anoa'i, was first diagnosed with leukemia at 22 years old and spent 11 years in remission before it returned.
Find out what Reigns has to say in his first appearance since taking a leave of absence when Monday Night Raw airs Feb. 25 at 8/7c on USA Network.