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September 23rd, 2019  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Coverage,Links,WWE.Com

Roman Reigns is the cover feature in the latest issue of “Inked” magazine. The Big Dog discusses his family, honoring tradition and how he keeps a positive outlook on life despite its challenges.

The Big Dog gets candid about his battle with leukemia and how he remains dedicated to his kids. Reigns also goes into detail about honoring his family and Samoan heritage and how his tattoo reflects that.

The new issue of “Inked” is available on newsstands and at inkedshop.com now.

June 10th, 2019  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Pay-Per-View Previews,WWE,WWE.Com

At WWE Stomping Grounds, Roman Reigns will look to stomp Drew McIntyre into oblivion for the simple reason that he is associated with Shane McMahon.

After The Scottish Psychopath aided Shane-O-Mac for weeks in his quest to bring Reigns to his knees in retaliation for the former WWE Champion slugging Mr. McMahon with a Superman Punch, The Big Dog decided to double down on his already-scheduled battle against Shane at WWE Super ShowDown by choosing to face McIntyre two weeks later.

But, is Reigns biting off more than he can chew when he faces the same man that he narrowly bested at WrestleMania? After all, it was McIntyre’s help that allowed Shane to prevail in their brutal encounter in Jeddah. Considering how dangerous McIntyre is when his adversary is at full strength, will Reigns possible have enough left to survive?

Tune in to WWE Stomping Grounds, Sunday, June 23, streaming live at 7 ET/4 PT on the award-winning WWE Network.

Credit: WWE.com

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June 7th, 2019  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Coverage,Digitals,Pay Per View Results,Screencaptures,Videos,WWE.Com

 

We get a video package for Shane McMahon vs. Roman Reigns.

Shane McMahon vs. Roman Reigns

We go to the ring and out first comes Shane McMahon by himself. Hamilton is at ringside with the WWE World Cup trophy from last November’s Crown Jewel event in Saudi Arabia. Hamilton gives Shane a grand “best in the world” introduction as Shane hits the corner to pose. The music hits and out next comes Drew McIntyre. McIntyre marches to the ring as Shane applauds. McIntyre enters the ring and Shane raises his arm. Out next comes Roman Reigns to a big pop. Reigns stops on the stage and stares around the stadium, and down to the ring. Reigns punches the ground and the fireworks go off around the stadium.

Reign enters the ring and poses in the corner as we see more fireworks going off outside of the stadium in Jeddah. The bell rings and Drew exits to watch from ringside. Drew immediately distracts Reigns, allowing Shane to take advantage and attack. Shane unloads, beating Reigns into the corner and against the ropes. Reigns ends up fighting Shane off. Reigns charges in the corner but Shane moves, and Reigns hits the ring post. Shane with more strikes in the corner now. Reigns ends up down on the outside after hitting another post. Drew gets in a cheap shot on the floor as Shane distracts the referee.

Shane brings Reigns back into the ring and works him over, choking him right in front of the referee. Shane with a side Russian leg sweep. Shane keeps control in the ring, working Reigns over for another pin attempt. Shane with strikes to the face. Shane keeps Reigns grounded in the middle of the ring now, putting a knee to the back. Shane with another quick pin attempt before applying another submission to keep Reigns down.

Reigns comes back and unloads, rocking Shane into the corner as fans count along. Reigns levels Shane again and drops him in front of Drew. Reigns goes for the Superman Punch but Shane cuts him off in mid-air with a chop block. Shane covers for a close 2 count. Shane tries to get the Triangle choke applied now. Reigns starts fading before Shane gets the hold fully applied. Reigns ends up powering up, lifting Shane and dropping him with a powerbomb. Shane still kicks out at 2.

Shane goes to the floor for a breather. Reigns follows and brings him back in. Shane distracts the referee, allowing Drew to pull Reigns out and beat him up some. Reigns sends Drew into the barrier. Reigns leaps off the steel steps with a Superman Punch to Drew. Shane comes out and drops Reigns with a right of his own. Shane crotches Reigns with the top rope, then delivers a Spear to bring Reigns down with his own move. Shane with a 2 count. Shane stomps on Reigns while he’s down. Shane tries to capitalize but Reigns catches him with a Superman Punch for a close 2 count.

Reigns isn’t sure about the count. Some fans start chanting for CM Punk at Shane. More back and forth between the two. Shane accidentally hits the referee on the way down to the mat after Reigns nails him with a right hand. Drew comes in to take advantage of the referee bump, leveling Reigns with a Claymore Kick. Shane takes advantage of that and covers Reigns for the pin to win.

Winner: Shane McMahon

After the match, Shane and Drew head to the floor to celebrate as the music hits. Drew carries Shane up the ramp on his shoulders. They stop on the ramp and turn to face the ring as fireworks go off around the stadium in Jeddah. Reigns watches from the ring as Shane and Drew celebrate. We go to replays and come back to the heels continuing their celebration.

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June 5th, 2019  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Coverage,Photos,Smackdown Live Results,TV Recap,Videos,WWE.Com

We go to the ring and out comes Shane McMahon with The Revival’s Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder.

Shane enters the ring with The Revival but he stops and has Hamilton do the “best in the world” introduction. Fans start chanting for CM Punk as Shane takes the mic again. Shane praises The Revival for how they decimated The Usos and Roman Reigns on RAW last night. Shane calls for fans to give it up. Shane says The Revival are out here for emotional support tonight. We get a replay of last night’s beatdown on RAW.

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Shane compares what he did to Reigns to training a young dog. Shane says he will take it up a notch and neuter The Big Dog at WWE Super ShowDown on Friday. They mock Reigns until the music interrupts and out comes Reigns to a pop. Shane orders The Revival to stop Reigns. Reigns nails a Superman Punch to Dawson on the ramp. Dash gets tossed into the LED screen and then hit with a Superman Punch. Shane takes off his coat in the ring as Reigns stares him down from the stage. Reigns marches to the ring as Shane gets hyped up. Drew McIntyre comes flying out of nowhere with a big Claymore Kick to Reigns at the bottom of the ramp, leveling him to boos.

Drew brings Reigns into the ring as Shane barks orders. Drew picks Reigns up and sends him into a Spear from Shane. Shane mocks Reigns and his poses as fans continue to boo. Shane exits the ring with Drew as the music hits. Reigns is still down on his back as we get a replay. Shane and Drew stare Reigns down from the stage as Reigns gets to his feet.

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May 20th, 2019  | Posted by: | Filed Under: WWE.Com

What happens when your yard falls smack dab in the middle of someone else’s Universe? You dig in and fight to hold your ground, much like Roman Reigns will look to do when he takes on Shane McMahon at WWE Super ShowDown in Jeddah.

Reigns made a jarring first impression during his first night on SmackDown LIVE when he straight up Superman Punched Mr. McMahon. The shocking act caught the attention of not just the WWE Universe, but also The Chairman’s son Shane. Not pleased with The Big Dog’s blatant disrespect for his father, Shane-O-Mac immediately put Roman in his crosshairs, targeting him at every chance for weeks, with some assistance from his new running buddy and the Mr. McMahon-anointed “biggest acquisition in SmackDown LIVE history,” Elias.

However, after Reigns toppled Elias at WWE Money in the Bank, Shane seemed ready to take on Reigns a little more directly. “The Best In The World” boldly challenged Reigns to a fight on Raw, a challenge The Big Dog was seemingly ready to accept, but Shane-O-Mac had different plans. Instead, Shane opted to make Reigns wait until WWE returns to Jeddah for WWE Super ShowDown on Friday, June 7.

Will Reigns protect his yard and exact the retaliation against Shane that he has been craving for months? Or will Shane-O-Mac prove that regardless of who holds claim to the yard, that it’s on his property?

Tune in when WWE Super ShowDown goes down on Friday, June 7, streaming live on the award-winning WWE Network.

Source: WWE.com

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May 20th, 2019  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Coverage,Digitals,Images,Pay Per View Results,Videos,WWE.Com

Roman Reigns is walking backstage when Elias sneaks up from behind and cracks his guitar on his back.

Elias walks out to the ring and plays an electric guitar. Elias says normally he’d be playing acoustic, but his guitar broke. Not only is he the biggest acquisition in Smackdown Live history; he’s the biggest acquisition in WWE history. Vince McMahon texted him saying he can sleep well at night knowing Elias is the future of WWE. That made him feel good until he had to come to a substandard toilet bowl like Hartford. Now that Roman Reigns is out of the way, he can perform. Elias tells the crowd to hold the applause, silence their cellphones, and shut their mouths.

Elias sings that the people of Hartford are boring and he brings the energy. No one wants to hear Roman talk. Reigns can shut his mouth because Elias just took him for a walk. Elias brings up the Whalers leaving because Hartford is a disgrace. Elias completes his song and says, “Thank you! Goodnight! I love none of you!” Corey Graves talks about how much he loved that performance. Elias goes to leave and poses on the ramp.

Roman Reigns’ music hits, and he floors Elias with a Superman Punch! Reigns gets Elias in the ring, and the match is on.

Elias vs. Roman Reigns

Reigns spears Elias down at the sound of the bell for the win.

Winner by Pinfall: Roman Reigns

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May 8th, 2018  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Coverage,Images,Raw Results,TV Recap,Videos,WWE.Com

We are back and Mike Rome is with Roman Reigns in the locker room.  He is asked about handling his business at Backlash but having to go into a match against Sami Zayn and Finn Balor.  Roman says he is the uncrowned champion and he has been screwed over.  He cannot handle the backstage politics but when he gets in the ring, he controls things and he silences the hate.  Ask Paul Heyman, Brock Lesnar, or Samoa Joe.  Roman says he is pissed off and he is going to control his yard, dominate, and win.  Roman says he will win the briefcase and then he will control his fate.

Back from the break and Cole sends us backstage to Mike Rome and Roman Reigns. Rome says Reigns handled his business against Samoa Joe at Backlash and asks about his mindset going into tonight’s MITB qualifier. Reigns says he’s championship material but WWE doesn’t agree with this and he’s tired of being screwed over. Reigns says he can’t control backstage politics but he’s in control when he goes in the ring and that’s where he silences his haters. Reigns says he’s made a career out of silencing the hate. Ask Paul Heyman, Brock Lesnar, or Samoa Joe. Reigns goes on and says he wouldn’t want to be Sami Zayn or Finn Balor tonight because he’s pissed off and he is going to control his yard, dominate, and win.  Roman says he will win the briefcase and then he will stay in control of his destiny and win the WWE Universal Title.

MITB Qualifying Triple Threat: Finn Balor vs. Roman Reigns vs. Sami Zayn

Back from the break and out comes Finn Balor for tonight’s main event. The winner of this match will join Braun Strowman and 6 other Superstars in the men’s Money In the Bank Ladder Match next month. Sami Zayn is out next as Balor looks on. Roman Reigns is out last as Cole hypes next week’s RAW from London. Reigns stands tall on the apron as we see the briefcase hanging high.

Sami talks trash and gets rocked by Reigns to start the match. Reigns shoves Sami out of the ring and stares Balor down. Reigns drops Balor and works him over. Reigns rolls Balor up but Balor rolls through and hits the basement dropkick. Reigns ends up dropping Balor mid-air with a big right hand, causing him to land on the apron. Sami tries to come back into the mix but Reigns shuts him down. Reigns stands tall in the ring as we go to commercial.

Back from the break and Balor works on Reigns. Sami comes in but it backfires on him. Reigns takes Balor to the corner and unloads with clotheslines as fans count along. Sami comes from behind but Reigns nails a running boot to the face. Reigns with a big Samoan Drop that clears the ring. Sami and Balor watch from the floor and move in on Reigns. A “too sweet” chant starts up. Balor and Sami double team Reigns now as fans pop and do the “yes!” chant. Sami and Balor stomp on Reigns again and fans love it.

Reigns easily gets back up but gets tossed right out to the floor. Sami attacks from behind and Balor joins in for the double team again. They fight Reigns through the crowd now, taking turns on him. Reigns fights back as some fans boo. Balor rams Reigns back into a production wall. Sami knocks Reigns over the wall with a Helluva Kick. Balor stands up on the wall and nails a Coup de Grace from the top of it. Sami drops Balor and brings him back over to the ringside area. We see Reigns down near the production area. Fans start the “ole!” chants as Sami brings Balor back into the ring. Sami with a clothesline for a 2 count.

Sami ends up hitting a Blue Thunderbomb for a 2 count on Balor. Sami shows some frustration now but he keeps control of Balor, knocking him around and talking some trash. Balor fights back now as they trade shots in the middle of the ring. Balor with an overhead kick and both Superstars are down now. Sami and Balor trade shots on their feet again. Balor comes flying off the ropes with a big shot. Balor with a chop in the corner and another in the opposite corner. Balor drops Sami with an elbow over the chest and covers for another 2 count.

Sami pleads with Balor and tries to turn him on Reigns but Balor isn’t falling for it. Balor gets sent to the floor and sells a knee injury. Sami leaves the ring and runs around at Balor but Balor connects with a Slingblade on the floor. Balor charges but Sami catches him with a big boot. Sami beats Balor up against the barrier now. Reigns comes flying over the barrier out of nowhere and takes out Sami on the floor. Reigns sends Sami into the steel ring post. Reigns with a Drive By on Sami. Reigns brings Sami back in but Balor sends Reigns shoulder-first into the steel ring steps.

Balor comes back in and drops Sami with a boot from the apron. Balor goes to the top but lands on his feet as Sami gets up. Sami with the Exploder on Balor into the turnbuckles. Sami goes for the Helluva Kick on Balor but Reigns jumps in with a Superman Punch to Sami out of nowhere. Reigns goes for a Spear but Balor hits him with a Slingblade. Balor dropkicks Reigns into the corner. Balor goes to the top but lands on his feet with the Coup de Grace. Reigns with a Superman Punch on Balor. Reigns waits in the corner and gets fired up. Jinder Mahal comes from behind on the outside of the ring and trips Reigns, causing him to fall on his face. Sami nails a Helluva Kick on Reigns. Balor follows up and drops Sami in the corner. Balor goes up top for the Coup de Grace and nails it. Balor covers Sami for the pin and the MITB spot.

Winner: Finn Balor

After the match, Balor’s music hits as he celebrates. Jinder looks on from the stage with his head held high. Balor is all smiles as we go to replays while Sami and Reigns recover. RAW goes off the air as Balor continues his celebration

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May 7th, 2018  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Coverage,Images,Pay Per View Results,Videos,WWE.Com

 

Match Number Eight:  Samoa Joe versus Roman Reigns

Joe attacks Reigns before the bell rings and Joe send Roman to the floor.  Roman punches Joe on the floor and Joe punches back.  Joe sends Roman into the ringside barrier and then Joe sends Roman through the announce table with a uranage.  Joe picks up Roman and tosses him over another announce table.  Joe sends Roman over the third announce table at ringside.

Joe goes back to the floor and he grabs Roman and sends him into the ring.  The referee checks on Roman and he tells Joe to stay in the corner.

The referee starts the match and Joe with jabs in the corner.  The referee warns Joe and he backs off.  Joe with another jab followed by a snap mare, chop to the back, kick to the chest and knee drop for a near fall.  Joe with a key lock.  Joe sends Roman to the mat.  Joe works on the neck.  Joe tells Roman this is the pain he talked about and he tells Roman he can go away and it will end.  Joe with elbows to the neck and he continues to work on the neck.  Joe with a kick to the arm and he returns to the neck.

Roman with an elbow and punches but Joe with an Irish whip and elbow into the corner followed by an enzuigiri for a near fall.  Joe with jabs and a knee to the head.  Joe returns to the neck.  Joe with a rear chin lock and he has the left arm trapped with Joe’s leg.  Roman with punches and it backs Joe into the corner.  Joe sends Roman to the apron and drops Roman on the top rope.  Joe with a suicide dive forearm.  Joe gets a near fall when they return to the ring.

Joe with an elbow to the collarbone and he applies a key lock.  Roman gets back to his feet and he punches Joe.  Joe and Roman exchange punches and forearms.  Roman with a boot to the head and Joe falls to the floor.  Roman goes to the floor and he sets for the Drive By and hits it.  They return to the ring and Roman with two clotheslines followed by NeverEnding Story.  Joe with a reverse atomic drop followed by a running boot to the head and a back senton for a near fall.

Roman blocks a uranage with elbows.  Roman with a spinebuster.  Joe blocks a Superman punch and applies the Coquina Clutch.  Roman sends Joe into the ropes and goes to the floor.  Roman goes for the Drive By and Joe with a clothesline.  Roman gets a near fall.  Roman with a Superman punch for a near fall.  Roman sets for the spear and Joe with an enzuigiri.  Roman with a spear but Joe gets his foot on the rope to stop the referee’s count.

Roman runs into a kick and Joe with the Coquina Clutch.  Roman falls back and gets a near fall.  Joe misses a charge into the corner.  Roman with an O’Connor Roll and Joe with a Coquina Clutch on Roman with body scissors.  Roman is losing consciousness but Roman gets a second wind and gets to the ropes.  Joe grabs Roman by the throat and sends him into the corner.  Joe puts Roman on the turnbuckles for a Muscle Buster.  Roman with punches and he leaps over Joe and hits a spear for the three count.

Winner:  Roman Reigns

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January 26th, 2018  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Articles,WWE.Com

Roman Reigns has officially entered this Sunday’s 2018 Royal Rumble Match.

It was revealed on Twitter that Reigns, the winner of the 2015 Rumble, will once again enter the over-the-top rope melee for the right to face a World Champion of his choosing at WrestleMania.

The 30th anniversary of Royal Rumble will come to the WWE Universe from the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia this Sunday, featuring more Rumble than ever with both the Men’s Royal Rumble Match and the first-ever 30-Woman’s Royal Rumble Match, with the respective winners receiving a World Championship opportunity at WrestleMania.

Will The Big Dog punch his ticket to WrestleMania at the Royal Rumble? Find out this Sunday at 7 ET/ 4 PT, streaming live on the award-winning WWE Network.

January 24th, 2018  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Links,Raw Results,Recap,Videos,WWE.Com

The Emperor Defeated! Lately, Roman Reigns has fought tooth and nail to defend his Intercontinental Championship. Title defense after title defense, Reigns proved to be stronger than ever. There was one problem. The Miz returned. The Miz has been sending out messages that soon he’ll have his Intercontinental Championship back. He wanted his rematch. Reigns gave him his rematch. Can Roman continue to defend the title successfully?

From the beginning of the match to the end, Roman had to deal with the Miztourage. They would make Roman work three times as hard to keep the offense going. A Superman Punch did not prevent a Reigns from losing the title. It took a little cheating to do it. This is not the end for Roman. He can look forward to regaining the top title.

WWE.com has more on this historic night and Roman’s valiant effort below.

For a long time now, The Miz has delivered on his promises where the Intercontinental Championship is concerned. Raw 25 proved to be no different, as The A-Lister defeated Roman Reigns to begin an eighth reign with what is fast becoming his signature championship just hours after declaring for the Men’s Royal Rumble Match.

At first, however, it was all Reigns, who bounced Miz around the ring with impunity in a match he was dedicating to his cousin, Yokozuna. The Miztourage once again paid dividends for The Miz, giving The Awesome One the opening to turn the tide by throwing Reigns into the steel steps, aggravating The Big Dog’s shoulder in the process.

Bo Dallas & Curtis Axel proved persistent enough in their interference to get themselves thrown out by the referee, though not before they clambered onto the apron one last time, opening the door for Miz to hit a distracted Reigns with a Skull-Crushing Finale. Reigns kicked out, but when he whiffed on a Spear and went face-first into a turnbuckle that Miz had discreetly unbuckled earlier in the match, a second Skull-Crushing Finale was enough to put him down for the 1-2-3.

So Miz is champion again, and that several former Raw General Managers — John Laurinaitis, Eric Bischoff and William Regal — were in the building to witness Miz’s triumph was a treat. That Miz’s nemesis, current SmackDown GM Daniel Bryan, was among them, was the cherry on top.

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