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February 7th, 2018  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Images,Raw Results,TV Recap,Videos,WWE

Welcome to WWE Monday Night Raw. There is a recap video of last week’s episode of Raw. Bray Wyatt laughs and says the Elimination Chamber is upon us, the home of his greatest victory when he won the WWE Championship. Standing in the way of repeating his destiny is his nemesis, Roman Reigns. This once great warrior has fallen so far that the world does not recognize him. He lost the Royal Rumble and Intercontinental Title, but he maintains his bravado. Bray says he sees Roman for what he is, a failure waiting to be put out of his misery. Bray says he is happy to oblige. Roman will find out that at the bottom of that spiral is something worse than failure . . . him.

Roman says Bray thinks he is a failure waiting to be put out of his misery. A failure is something who cannot deal with adversity and he cannot get up when he is down. Roman says his journey to Wrestlemania starts tonight. He goes to the Elimination Chamber and then he goes to Wrestlemania to face Brock Lesnar and become the next Universal Champion.

Match Number One: Roman Reigns versus Bray Wyatt in an Elimination Chamber Qualifying Match

They lock up and Wyatt with a clean break.  They lock up again and Wyatt with a kick and side head lock.  Reigns with a shoulder tackle.  Bray is sent into the turnbuckles and he leans back and it freaks out Roman.   Wyatt goes to the turnbuckles and Roman with an uppercut.  Roman gets Bray on his shoulders but Bray gets to his feet and Roman charges into the corner.  Wyatt side steps Roman and Roman goes shoulder first into the ring post.  Wyatt gets a near fall.

We see Matt Hardy starting at a monitor in the back.  Wyatt with a reverse chin lock.  Reigns with punches followed by two clotheslines and a flying clothesline.  Reigns sets for the broad jump drop kick but Wyatt counters with a clothesline and he sends Reigns into the ring steps as we go to commercial.

We are back and Wyatt with a rear chin lock.  Roman gets back to his feet and he gets Wyatt on his shoulders for a Samoan drop.  Roman with NeverEnding Story in the corner but Wyatt blocks it and goes for a uranage but Roman escapes.  Wyatt with a flying cross body and he gets a near fall.  Wyatt puts Roman on the turnbuckles and connects with an uppercut.  Wyatt sets for a superplex but Roman blocks it.  Roman punches Wyatt off the turnbuckles but Wyatt chops Roman.

Wyatt tells Roman ‘anyone but you’ and Roman with head butts and then Roman hits a sit out power bomb for a near fall.   Reigns sets for the Superman punch but Wyatt blocks it and hits a uranage and follows with a back senton but Wyatt can only get a near fall.  Wyatt sets for Sister Abigail but Roman counters with a rollup for a near fall.  Roman with a Superman Punch for a near fall.  Reigns looks at the Wrestlemania sign and then he sets for the spear.  Wyatt with a boot followed by Sister Abigail but Wyatt can only get a two count.

Wyatt with forearms to the back of the head.  Wyatt sets for another Sister Abigail and Roman powers out of the hold and Reigns with a spear for the three count.

Winner:  Roman Reigns

Seth Rollins walks in the back and he sees Jason Jordan and Kurt Angle with the doctor.  Jason tells Seth he cannot compete tonight.  He says he was feeling good but he did some neck bridges and something felt wrong.

Seth wants to know what to do and Kurt suggests that he forfeit the match.

Roman Reigns shows up and Seth has a partner.

We go to commercial.

Match Number Six:  Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns versus Cesaro and Sheamus for the Raw Tag Team Championship

Sheamus and Rollins start things off and Sheamus with a side head lock and Rolilns with a head scissors.  Sheamus with a side head lock and shoulder tackle.  Rollins with a cross body and punches to Sheamus.  Rollins with an arm bar and Sheamus escapes.  Cesaro tags in and Cesaro with a wrist lock.  Rollins with a reversal but Cesaro with a knee to the midsection followed by a European uppercut.  Sheamus tags in and they kick Rollins.  Cesaro tags back in and they hit a double thrust kick in the corner.

Rollins with a kick and Reigns tags in and they hit a double shoulder tackle and Reigns gets a near fall.  Reigns with a wrist lock and Rollins tags in and they send Cesaro into the corner and they hit a double thrust kick.  Rollins gets a near fall.   Rollins with punches and a chop in the corner.  Reigns tags in and he sends Rollins into Cesaro in the corner.  Roman with a clothesline.  Rollins with a suicide dive onto Sheamus but Sheamus catches him and hits a uranage back breaker.  Cesaro sends Roman to the floor and Sheamus tags in.  Sheamus sends Roman into the ringside barrier as we go to commercial.

Cesaro tags Sheamus in and he kicks Roman and connects with a European uppercut.  Sheamus with punches and Cesaro with a punch from the apron.  Sheamus with knees to the back and a reverse chin lock.  Cesaro tags in and they hit a double shoulder tackle for a near fall.  Cesaro has Roman in the ropes and Sheamus with a boot followed by a pop up European uppercut for a near fall.  Cesaro sends Rollins to the floor and Sheamus kicks him.  Roman with clotheslines in the corner and then he punches Sheamus.  Cesaro gets a near fall.

Sheamus makes the blind tag as Roman clotheslines Cesaro over the top ropes.  They hit the spike White Noise but Roman kicks out.  Cesaro sets for the Gotch Style Neutralizer but Roman counters with a back body drop.  Sheamus knocks Rollins off the apron but he turns into a Superman punch and both men are down.

Jason Jordan makes his way to the ring and he helps Seth Rollins to the apron.  Cesaro and Rollins tag in and Rollins with a springboard clothesline and a boot to Cesaro.  Rollins with a blockbuster to Cesaro and a suicide dive to Sheamus.  Rollins with a slingshot leg drop to Cesaro and he hits a suicide dive on Cesaro to send him into the front row.  Rollins with slingblade for a near fall.

Rollins goes for Black Out but Cesaro avoids it.  Cesaro puts Rollins on the turnbuckles and hits a European uppercut.  Rollins with a tornado suplex followed by a Falcon Arrow for a near fall.  Jordan grabs Cesaro’s leg and Rollins with a rollup for a near fall.  Rollins with a super kick for a near fall that is broken up by Sheamus.  Roman tells Jason to go to the back.  Rollins with the V Trigger to Cesaro followed by super kick to Sheamus.  Roman tags in and Cesaro pulls Sheamus to the floor.

Jason Jordan stops Cesaro and Sheamus, but he punches Cesaro and the referee calls for the bell.

Winners:  Sheamus and Cesaro (by disqualification)

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January 30th, 2018  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Images,Raw Results,TV Recap,Videos,WWE

Make that two runner-up heartbreakers in a row for Roman Reigns, who was the last man eliminated by Shinsuke Nakamura in the Men’s Royal Rumble Match and fell short in his bid to regain the Intercontinental Championship from The Miz just 24 hours later.

That he did is an astounding reversal of fortune, as Reigns not only dominated Miz from the jump, but he also chased off The Miztourage with a steel chair he’d retrieved from ringside. The Big Dog was so incensed that he nearly got himself disqualified, and despite a rally from Miz, Reigns found a second wind and teed off on the champion with wild-eyed fury.

The A-Lister answered with some quick thinking, focusing his efforts on his challenger’s knee with chop blocks and a torturous Figure-Four Leglock. Reigns reversed the hold to hobble Miz and dropped him with a Superman Punch, at which point The Miztourage returned to turn the tide. Reigns picked off Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel with pinpoint efficiency but took his eye off The Miz for just a second too long. After Reigns dropped Bo Dallas with a Spear, Miz pounced with a rollup and a handful of Reigns’ pants to retain the title.

Reigns was left to stew alone in the ring, and it’s easy to see why: His mantra has long been that he can, and he will. Which makes it all the more gutting that, for the second night, he almost did.

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December 12th, 2017  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Coverage,Images,Raw Results,TV Recap,Videos,WWE

A Fighting Champion! Roman Reigns has given all comers a chance at his Intercontinental Championship. He is a fighting champion after all. Reigns has not shied away from anyone including Samoa Joe. Samoa Joe starts off Raw demanding to see Roman. He wants Roman to come out and so does the WWE Universe. Seth Rollins is watching backstage and Dean walks up. Rollins tells him to go get Roman. Roman walks up and looks at the monitor. He tells the boys “I Got This”. Roman heads out to the ring. Once there, he goes straight to Samoa Joe will a full on attack. Cesaro is seen coming to Samoa Joe’s defense. Then Rollins and Ambrose follow behind. It is an all out war. Samoa Joe puts the Coquina Clutch on Roman and takes him out. For coming to Reigns aid, Rollins and Ambrose get taken out as well. What will be Roman’s fate later on when he takes on Cesaro later tonight.

Roman Reigns vs Cesaro starts off with Roman letting out all of his aggression on Cesaro. Hit after hit, Reigns takes it to Cesaro. Soon Cesaro takes over with a Fujiwa Armbar. This takes a lot out of Reigns Shoulder. It doesn’t stop Reigns. Roman Reigns fights back, bringing all he has to Cesaro. Getting out of the second Fujiwa Armbar, Reigns sets up for a Superman Punch. Cesaro blocks it, and corners Roman in the corner. Just when you thought Roman was out for the count, he uses all of his strength to Spear Cesaro into defeat. Checkout WWE.com’s review on what went down below!

Samoa Joe incurred the wrath of The Shield last week, and the experience left him profoundly unimpressed. After managing to singlehandedly upend Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins’ bid for the Raw Tag Team Titles, The Samoan Submission Machine opened Team Red by unleashing a slew of insults in the direction of The Hounds of Justice — particularly in the direction of Roman Reigns, as part of Joe’s continuing efforts to goad the Intercontinental Champion into a fight.

He got what he was looking for, as Reigns answered Joe’s call, only to be waylaid by Cesaro & Sheamus, who instigated a brawl that also brought the remaining members of The Shield charging to the ring. Joe indeed got the better of Reigns in the scuffle with The Bar’s help, but Ambrose — scheduled to face Joe later in the night — was quick to pick up the slack, throwing hands with Joe until Cesaro & Sheamus intervened, dispatching Rollins and feeding The Lunatic Fringe into a Uranage that ended the fight on Joe’s terms.

Roman Reigns’ status as a fighting champion has already landed him in the path of two hungry up-and-comers. This week, it almost cost him the Intercontinental Title. Cesaro was The Big Dog’s challenger of the week, and The Swiss Cyborg threw everything at Reigns to attempt to add a second title to his waist.

Even though Reigns prevailed, 90 percent of the bout was a brutal showcase for the challenger, who absolutely decimated Reigns’ arm to take the Superman Punch out of the game by way of some wrenching holds and a thunderous Cesaro Swing into the barricade. Effectively rendered one-armed by his challenger’s game plan, Reigns had to get crafty — rollups, Drive-By, Samoan Drop — to stay in the fight, and when the fight spilled to the outside, Reigns threw caution to the wind and landed a Superman Punch off the steps.

It seemed the high-risk strike would put Reigns back in control, but all it did was send Cesaro into a blind frenzy. A few close calls aside, The Swiss Superman firmly seized control of the match by pulverizing the champion with European uppercuts and hauling a dazed Reigns into the center of the ring to set up for the Neutralizer. But a back-body drop thwarted the challenger, and an exhausted Reigns followed that up with a last-ditch Spear to narrowly — very narrowly — retain his title.

Roman Reigns’ status as a fighting champion has already landed him in the path of two hungry up-and-comers. This week, it almost cost him the Intercontinental Title. Cesaro was The Big Dog’s challenger of the week, and The Swiss Cyborg threw everything at Reigns to attempt to add a second title to his waist.

Even though Reigns prevailed, 90 percent of the bout was a brutal showcase for the challenger, who absolutely decimated Reigns’ arm to take the Superman Punch out of the game by way of some wrenching holds and a thunderous Cesaro Swing into the barricade. Effectively rendered one-armed by his challenger’s game plan, Reigns had to get crafty — rollups, Drive-By, Samoan Drop — to stay in the fight, and when the fight spilled to the outside, Reigns threw caution to the wind and landed a Superman Punch off the steps.

It seemed the high-risk strike would put Reigns back in control, but all it did was send Cesaro into a blind frenzy. A few close calls aside, The Swiss Superman firmly seized control of the match by pulverizing the champion with European uppercuts and hauling a dazed Reigns into the center of the ring to set up for the Neutralizer. But a back-body drop thwarted the challenger, and an exhausted Reigns followed that up with a last-ditch Spear to narrowly — very narrowly — retain his title.

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August 28th, 2015  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Uncategorized
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August 12th, 2015  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Interviews

Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose sit down to discuss The Family War between The Wyatt Family. As we know for the past two years both families have been at war. The Shield won a few and The Wyatt’s won a few. The war rages on at Summer Slam on August 23rd.

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Sporting News’ Brian Fritz sat down with Roman earlier today to discuss a number of topics such as his Royal Rumble win and the latest incident of being attacked with a plastic Money in the Bank briefcase by a fan. The full interview is below.

At the start of 2015, it looked to be a banner year for WWE superstar Roman Reigns. He won the annual Royal Rumble match in January, earning him a spot in the main event at WrestleMania, where most people believed he would unseat Brock Lesnar at the WWE World Heavyweight Champion.

But something happened along the way. Instead of being celebrated like he had been, fans turned on him when he won the Rumble, showering him with boos rather than the cheers he had been receiving. And just when it looked like he would defeat Lesnar at WrestleMania, it was his former buddy Seth Rollins taking advantage of the moment, cashing in the Money in the Bank briefcase, putting himself in the match and winning the championship.

But the Samoan is keeping a positive attitude on his path, continuing his family’s lineage of stars that includes his father Sika along with his cousins and fellow WWE superstars The Uso’s.

Reigns along with the WWE is helping to support “Answer the Call”, an online charity auction at CharityBuzz.com with proceeds going to the New York Police and Fire Widows’ and Children’s Benefit Fund. Among the auctions that you can bid on is an opportunity to meet Reigns backstage at an upcoming edition on Monday Night Raw.

BRIAN FRITZ: Roman, how’s the hair today?

ROMAN REIGNS: (laughs) Nobody usually asks that right off the bat. The hair is good. Just looking to get it wet and get to work tonight.

BF: That’s the important thing — the look and the hair really stands out. Anytime I bring up your name around women, they go crazy. They talk about hair, they talk about a lot of things when it comes to you.

RR: Yeah, common mistake. Just a bunch of smoke and mirrors I’ve got going on here. I’ve got a bunch of magical hair conditioner and baby oil. It’s the whole supporting cast and crew around me. It’s what happens backstage that prepares me for camera.

BF: Do you find that it’s the younger women that are really attracted to you or is it middle aged women? I tend to think it’s the cougars.

RR: Eh, I think a little bit of both. Definitely probably the older grown women, I think. I’m not a young looking man. I like to think I’m a young, spry man but I’m 30 now. I’ve got a couple of grays in my beard and maybe a little salt and pepper in my hair. If I let my hair down and go through it, you’d see a good bit of grays. Maybe from the stress of the road and the crazy business I’m in. Yeah, I think that may be a fair assumption. I like to think .. I’m not an old man now. I’m not losing my touch with, you know, the youth, the hipsters these days. I’m not an old man yet. 30 ain’t bad.

BF: You’re not old at all. What has the adjustment been like for you now having a family? I know you got married not too long ago but you had been with your wife for years before that and you have a daughter. We’ve all heard how taxing the wrestling business is, especially when you have a family.

RR: Yeah it’s tough. That’s the real work, being away from my loved ones, my family, my household. There’s nothing that’s hurt any more than being away from my little girl and missing days but I’m lucky. This generation is lucky. My father and a bunch of my cousins and uncles, they didn’t have the opportunity to use FaceTime or Skype, all these different technologies and advancements that we have. That’s really helped out to kind of close that gap. At the same time, there’s nothing like being there in person and real time and experiencing the things you love with your loved one. It’s all a part of the process. I’m so fortunate that I have such a supportive family and people who understand what I’m going through and what I’m trying to do for us and they know that it’s for our family and for our future. I’m very grateful for that.

BF: You talk about social media and how much it can help with our lifestyles but it also gives the audience more of an opportunity to be closer to celebrities like yourself and also have their voice be heard. What was it like earlier this year when the crowd response was what it was and some people were coming down hard on you?

RR: It was kind of rough to be honest. Someone my age, we didn’t go through the Internet like how it is now. When I was a kid, I was outside sweating and running around. Me and the Uso’s were tearing up the yard or doing yard work for that matter. We didn’t have all these video games and these social media outlets. There weren’t cameras on every single device that you could think of. So it’s a little bit different. As an adult, I’ve always tried to be a good person my whole life so I’ve made good friends and I’ve always built great relationships and been friendly with people. I always think what you do to others will come to you so that’s how I treat people. When you deal with an Internet situation where all these people are attacking you for no real reason at all. You’re just going out there trying to entertain them, trying to give them something to get outside of their life, to get outside their reality and suspend belief for them. And then for them to attack you for no real reason. It’s not like I was trying to hurt anybody. I was just trying to do my thing, make my art the way I want it and have a good time and hopefully it reflects that. It’s just one of those things that once it’s opened up it’s eye-opening. It’s shocking, it’s hurtful but it’s just a part of the world. Just like anything else, any other form of bullying that the world’s dealt with, we’re going to get past it. Strong people are strong for a reason — they can hold that weight. God gave me broad shoulders because I can carry that load. It was a shock and awe factor at first but it’s a lot easier now for sure.

BF: Why do you think it was so vocal? What it simply because you’re not Daniel Bryan? What do you think it was?

RR: I think, you know, it has a lot to do with how over Bryan is. To this day he’s just a phenomenal performer. I think everybody who’s ever been in an arena — you don’t even have to be in the ring with them — you have an appreciation for them. Even if you’re not into him, you still have to appreciate him and it was just the fact of what was happening is he was the most over guy we had. He was drawing people and they loved him. And the whole ‘YES’ movement was on fire. But at the same time, as a company, you have to continue to build other stars and build a future. I’m not a believer in that it’s just one guy. I believe in the team. I believe in having a great cast of good people and strong men around us to maximize the product. It just can’t be one person. I think it was a combination of me not being Bryan and just the Internet thing, like all the cool kids were banning against the jock. I don’t know. It was weird. But I think it just became a cool thing to boo me and it still happens a little to this day. It blows my mind but I’m still going to keep grinding and getting better. Anybody that says I have progressed and gotten 1000% better, you’re lying. You’re a bold faced liar.

BF: When it came to WrestleMania, I think a lot of people thought you were going to leave that show as the World Heavyweight Champion. Was it a disappointment that it didn’t happen? What was your reaction after that show?

RR: Of course. To not leave WWE World Heavyweight Champion was an absolute disappointment. Yes. But in that same vein, it was the greatest opportunity God’s ever given me. I can’t explain to you how grateful and thankful I am to be favored like that. I come from a wrestling family. When I’m with my family, I’m with workers, people who know this business and have been on the road. To be able to say I main-evented WrestleMania. Within our family tree, to be able to say that at the table, that’s big boy stuff. I thank God every single day. Every day I look at my daughter and my wife and the house that we live in and the opportunities we’ve been afforded. It was the best day of my life but at the same time, that’s how important the WWE Championship is. To have the best day happen and still have pain for not winning that, I think it speaks volumes.

BF: Go back to this past weekend at the incident that happened at a show in British Columbia (Canada). You got hit in the head by a Money in the Bank briefcase by a fan (during a match with Bray Wyatt). Did you know exactly what had happened when you got hit with it?

RR: No. To be honest, I thought Bray hit me in the head with the kendo stick. I was about to fire up pretty good and then I saw that briefcase go down. I don’t want to bring light to this situation or play it down because it was absolutely wrong. There’s no place for that … but it didn’t hurt. If you see the video, once I realized what had happened, you can see I clearly stand up and I’m taken out of the moment because I’m furious for being disrespected in that manner. It was a plastic replica briefcase. It didn’t hurt. The show went on and I think that’s the most important thing was to continue doing what we were doing. Myself and Bray set out to entertain Victoria that night and that’s what we continued to do. At the same time, the only thing I have to say about that is there’s just no room for that. You ruined the show for everybody and when it comes down to it, the dude was 31 years old. I’m just going to say — he was 31 years old.

BF: I think he got off really light because he didn’t even get prosecuted.

RR: I didn’t press charges. Our security guy … I was to take this opportunity to thank all of our WWE security. They are world class. This is what it’s all about. This is right on topic They answered the call. These are the type of people we work with. We’re allowed and given such great opportunities to build relationships with former police officers and military and service men. I’m just so grateful that I had our security team there and they help me out so much because I go through the crowd, I go through the concourse. For them to have my back like that, I want to thank them for that. Our guy was there. He was there immediately. He neutralized the situation. He was outnumbered for a while but he didn’t back down and protected us and I can’t think him enough. But there’s no point. I didn’t get hurt. The guy, I think he learned his lesson. I think he at least got taken in for a night or so. I didn’t bleed. It could have been serious. If they guy would have hit me in my eye .. he hits my eye, takes my eye out. If it affects my career at all, the only thing I’m asking in a situation like that is to also remember I am an entertainer but I am a provider to a seven year-old little girl, to a wife and the rest of my family, my father, my mother. If you take that away from me, then you’re taking that away from me for such a stupid thing.

BF: You mentioned the online auction where people can go to CharityBuzz.com in support of “Answer the Call” to help the families of fallen New York City heroes. Tell me a little more about it and your direct involvement.

RR: This is just another great opportunity. WWE — this is what it’s all about. This is what the platform should be used for are these types of benefits. It’s so unique, it’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience for “Answer The Call”. It’s all about the New York Police and Fire widows and the children benefit fund. Our servicemen and the people who protect us in our country, they put their lives on the line. They really put their lives on the line. Not for entertainment but for security, for freedom, for piece of mind. We lose people, we lose heroes every single day and they leave people behind. If there’s anything we can do to help, to put a smile on anyone’s face and make someone’s day better, that’s what we’re here to do. For me, I would love to have the highest bid for this auction. Come and hang out with me backstage at Monday Night Raw, meet a bunch of other superstars. I’ll even buy you lunch.

BF: That’s a good deal there. People can check it out online at CharityBuzz.com/WWE, all the various auctions with WWE superstars, some Hollywood celebrities and other professional athletes and you can bid on those auctions. Two other things — SummerSlam is right around the corner. You’re going to be teaming with your buddy Dean Ambrose against Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper. What’s it like being back in the ring with Dean?

RR: It’s great man. It amps up the fun. When you have a buddy out there to experience the atmosphere … Don’t get me wrong, it’s great doing singles and controlling the crowd and just milking it up for 30, 35 minutes. But there’s just something about team chemistry and team fights and tag team matches. People don’t realize it sometimes but the tag team story, in my opinion, that’s the best type of match. It’s the best story we can tell because people get that. Not everybody knows what it’s like to get hit by a stick or a chair or go through a table but people know what it’s like, for the most part, to have a team and want to help somebody. That’s the most exciting thing and to be able to go out there and tell a crazy, hardcore, wild story with Ambrose and the Wyatts, it’s gonna be an absolute privilege.

BF: Last thing — what was it like being backstage a few weeks ago when Seth Rollins smashed John Cena’s nose? Were you watching at that point?

RR: I was actually at home taking a few days off. I wasn’t at Raw that week but it was funny because I’m sitting down on my couch, flipping through the channels and I was like oh, the main event is on, I’ll check that out. Literally two minutes after I put the match on, Seth just whacked him in the face with that knee. As soon as I saw it, I was like that’s a finish right there. All you have to do is show a replay and that’s as devastating a move as any other ones. He definitely has a new weapon in play but if he tries to throw that knee in my face, I’ll break his knee with my forearm.

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August 3rd, 2015  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Articles,WWE.Com

 

When Roman Reigns won the 2014 Superstar of the Year Slammy, it seemed the WWE Universe had picked its new icon.

His post-Slammy coronation has yet to come, though. Reigns watched the man who stabbed him in the back, Seth Rollins, stand tall at the end of WrestleMania 31 in what many believed would be Reigns’ moment. His attempt at redemption fell flat at Money in the Bank, thanks to Bray Wyatt.

The Big Dog dominates at Survivor Series | Reigns wins the Royal Rumble

Reigns has wrestling in his blood, but he’s got a chip on his shoulder now, too. A hungry Superstar fights through the hard times, and even though The Big Dog now sits in a career valley thanks to Rollins and Wyatt, he never lost sight of the mountaintop. — JEFF LABOON

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July 20th, 2015  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Digitals/Screencaptures,Raw Results,Recap
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Before our next match, Dean Ambrose makes his way to the ring to be in Roman Reigns’ corner to neutralize Bray Wyatt’s presence.

Match Number Four: Luke Harper (with Bray Wyatt) versus Roman Reigns

They lock up and they go around the ring and Reigns with a clean break. They lock up and go around the ring and Harper gets away from Reigns in the corner. Harper with a kick and European uppercut. Reigns with an uppercut and punches. Reigns with more punches and he climbs the turnbuckles and punches Harper. Harper fights Reigns off but Reigns completes the ten punches and hits a short arm clothesline.

Reigns kicks Harper in the corner and punches him. Harper with a shot to the throat and then Harper with an Irish whip but Reigns with a clothesline and Harper goes to the floor. Harper returns to the ring and they lock up again. Harper backs Reigns into the corner and he connects with uppercuts.

Harper with uppercuts to the arm but Reigns with forearms to Harper followed by a punch. Reigns with an Irish whip but he does not use his injured left arm. Harper with a punch and he looks at Ambrose before trying for a suplex and Reigns is able to suplex Harper and Harper goes to the floor as we go to commercial.

We are back and Harper with a rear chin lock while we see Bray watching the match in Byron Saxton’s chair. Reigns gets back to his feet and he punches Harper but Harper returns to the injured arm to send him to the mat. Harper with a hammer lock and he continues to work on the injured arm.

Reigns goes after Harper but Harper side steps Reigns and Reigns is sent to the floor and Reigns has aggravated his arm injury. Roman rolls in at nine and Harper kicks Reigns in the injured arm and then he drops knees to the left side of Reigns’ body.

Harper with a European uppercut and then Harper kicks the injured arm in the ropes. Reigns with punches as he cannot use his left arm and he hit a one arm suplex and Harper goes to the floor. Harper grabs the left arm and sends it into the ring post.

Harper kicks Reigns and hits a slingshot senton from the apron and he applies a top wrist lock and traps it in a chin lock. Harper puts the injured arm under Roman’s chin on a reverse chin lock. Reigns is sent into the turnbuckles but Reigns with an elbow and forearms. Harper with a punch and he misses a boot in the corner and Harper goes over the top rope to the floor.

Reigns with kicks to Harper followed by an uppercut and clothesline. Reigns with a flying clothesline. Reigns with an Irish whip but he stops short of the corner when Harper moves. Reigns with a Samoan drop and he gets a near fall. Wyatt gets in the way of the Juggernaut Broad Jump Drop kick and then Reigns punches Wyatt and he hits Harper with the drop kick. Wyatt pulls Reigns out of the ring and he gets Harper disqualified.

Winner: Roman Reigns (By Disqualification)

After the match, Ambrose goes after Wyatt and then he goes after Harper. When Wyatt is done with Reigns, he joins Harper. Harper lawn darts Ambrose into Yeatonville.

Bray and Luke roll Reigns into the ring and Harper with a Crossface. Ambrose comes in and goes after Wyatt. Ambrose bounces off the ropes and hits a clothesline on Harper. Wyatt sets Ambrose for Sister Abigail, but Reigns with a Superman Punch.

Source: PWInsider.com

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July 8th, 2015  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Screencaptures
Michael Cole sits down with Roman Reigns he asks a number of questions, however the main topic of the discussion is Bray Wyatt. Why has Bray been after Roman Reigns? Is he in Roman’s head? Find out what Roman has to say in this exclusive interview.
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July 7th, 2015  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Spoiler Alert,Spoilers
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On Monday Night Raw Roman suffered a lost by count out thanks to Bray’s sick and twisted tricks and mind games. With battleground less than two weeks away, can Roman keep himself focused and head straight? Let’s see what Roman is up to on Smackdown this week shall we? Please don’t click below if you do not wish to be spoiled.
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Roman Reigns vs. Big Show and Rollins vs. Ryback in a Champion vs. Champion match is announced for later.

Roman Reigns vs. Big Show was next. Bray Wyatt’s music hit and he came down during the match. Reigns stayed in the ring but the Wyatt on the ramp was a decoy, the real Wyatt attacked Reigns from behind for the disqualification. Wyatt hit two Sister Abigails on Reigns.

Ryback defeated Seth Rollins by count out when Rollins jumped the barrier and ran away towards the ramp. At one point Ryback held Rollins in the air for a good 45 seconds. Big Show came out to help Rollins beat Ryback down after the match but Roman Reigns made the save to end the show.