• Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns celebrate their victory at the WWE SummerSlam 2015 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns celebrate their victory at the WWE SummerSlam 2015 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. (Photo : Getty Images/JP Yim)

The WWE has shoved Roman Reigns to everyone's throats for the past couple of years until his 30-day suspension on July 21 for violating the company's strict Wellness Policy. According to the latest rumors, WWE chairman Vince McMahon has soured on Reigns and he is ready to push other superstars.

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The wrestling world was shocked at Money in the Bank last month when Seth Rollins won clean against Reigns before Dean Ambrose wins the WWE championship via cash in. Two nights later, it became clearer as The Guy was suspended for 30 days.

However, Reigns remained in the title picture and he was schedule to take part in The Shield Triple Threat Match for the WWE title at Battleground against Ambrose and Rollins. It seems like the WWE is still going to push Reigns even further but that might not be the case anymore.

According to Daily Wrestling News, Vinnie Mac was already souring on Reigns even before his Wellness Policy violation. And when he eventually failed, the WWE chairman is now more open to pushing other superstars.

A couple of names that McMahon is really high right now are Rollins and A.J. Styles. With the brand extension coming, top officials are leaning to have The Architect and The Phenomenal One as the new faces of Monday Night Raw and SmackDown, respectively.

The report noted that the 70-year-old boss is wishing that he signed Styles ten years ago when he was the top star in TNA Wrestling. Nonetheless, Styles is still in his prime and he still has some good years left in him to become successful in the WWE.

On the other hand, Rollins has been pushed before and he will likely get it if McMahon decides to stop Ambrose's title reign quickly. However, these are just rumors at the moment and WWE's plans tend to change on a daily basis.

Nonetheless, it could be true the McMahon is souring on Reigns. It was bad for WWE's PR since he was caught using an illegal substance while he was the champion. He was also being groomed as the company's next great big star and what a way to let down everyone who supported him.

According to Heavy.com, Reigns will return from suspension at the Battleground main event on July 24. The dream Triple Threat Match between all three members of The Shield lost a little bit of luster with Reigns' suspension.

Check out the video below to see Rollins blast Reigns for his Wellness Policy violation.