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August 23rd, 2015  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Articles



Roman Reigns has been under much pressure since being a part of the best stables in the past decade, The Shield to become the next big WWE superstar. All fans expected Dean Ambrose to come out of The Shield with the huge push, but those thoughts would change when the WWE clearly began betting on Roman Reigns to become the break out star. This was evidenced by Roman Reigns breaking Kane’s record of eliminating the most wrestlers out of the Royal Rumble in 2014, and then of course eventually winning the Royal Rumble in 2015. The WWE were pushing Roman Reigns to become this huge baby face superstar way too soon in which made it felt that Reigns was being forced down the fans throats. It was not a natural transition which it should of been for Reigns, and probably would have made him a genuine babyface that fans would adore. This article will explain the reason as to why this is the perfect time in Roman Reigns career that he must turn heel so that he can become the huge superstar that the WWE wants him to become.

One of the most painful things that I have ever witnessed as a wrestling fan was seeing Roman Reigns win the 2015 Royal Rumble match and just being booed out of the building. The WWE tried to help reduce the backlash by sending Reign’s cousin The Rock to help save him, but that did no favors for Reigns. This was painful to see because it is quite obvious how much passion Reigns has for the business, and how nice of a person he is but has not been given the chance to simply be himself to get over. He’s been given the worst promos which has included the infamous quote of “Sufferin Succotash” which could forever haunt him. The WWE had the chance to turn Reigns heel after the backlash at the Rumble, but they did not and instead tried involving his family history in the storylines to get him over as well as continuing to feed him more terrible promos. We should never forget the tug of war with the title belt between Reigns and Lesnar at the end of the Monday Night Raw before WrestleMania 31 that did not help him get momentum towards the biggest event of the year. After a tough battle with Brock Lesnar at Wrestlemania 31 which ended with Seth Rollins cashing in and taking the title belt. Since Wrestlemania 31 Roman Reigns has been left behind in the main event picture. Currently Reigns is in a storyline alongside his former Shield mate Dean Ambrose going against the Wyatt Family on the path to the biggest pay per view of the summer WWE’s Summer Slam.

This is the time for Roman Reigns to make the ultimate change to his character and turn heel.  It’s already set up so perfectly where you can simply have Reigns turn on his best friend Dean Ambrose during their tag team match against the Wyatt Family. This does not mean you have Reigns join the Wyatt’s but simply having Reigns cost Ambrose their match and starting a feud with one another. If wrestling fans remember Reign’s cousin The Rock was a very hated baby face early in his career and it wasn’t until he turned heel and aligned himself with Vince McMahon that his career finally took off. I truly believe this can be the same path Reigns should go through to finally be the position to become a huge success in the WWE.

I can just imagine now how huge the reaction would be in Brooklyn if Roman Reigns would turn heel by superman punching Ambrose out of nowhere. The reaction can either be hearing a crowd full of cheers or a crowd full of boos but Reigns will be guaranteed the reaction he needs to get over. This can also be beneficial for Ambrose to become a major baby face in the process, as the fans already react to Ambrose in positive manner. The other two key components to his heel change is to drop the Shield gimmick, and theme music. He needs to change his attire completely so he can have his own identity and separate himself from anything Shield related. It’s great to see him be different and come down to the ring through the crowd but having his theme music does not separate him from the memories of the Shield. The process should be turning Reigns heel and have him feud with Ambrose, change his attire, change his theme music, and let him tear into the roster until he gets back to the WWE World Title hunt.

The WWE need a major heel behind Seth Rollins and I think there would be a shock value to turning Roman Reigns and having him become the next major heel on the roster. I’m a huge believer in Roman Reigns and to be honest I’m a fan of his because I know how much he loves this business. I’ve had the opportunity to meet Reigns a few times and he has always been a stand up guy who is polite and nice and very approachable. He can be a huge baby face for the company but he needs to become heel first before he gets on the levels of The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin, or Triple H. The one thing that the three WWE legends that I mentioned have is that all three were heels before becoming major stars in the WWE. Roman Reigns has the look, personality, and the physical abilities to become one of the biggest stars in WWE history and I know that if he’s given the chance to turn heel, and allow him to be himself on the microphone without any help that we will see and be proud of the WWE World Heavy Champion that he will soon become.

Credit: TopSportsReport.com


August 23rd, 2015  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Articles,Interviews

Roman Reigns' career is on an upward swing. (WWE)

It has been quite a year for WWE superstar Roman Reigns. From winning the 2015 Royal Rumble to failing to garner the fan support expected by his booking to main-eventing WrestleMania against Brock Lesnar, Reigns will likely be among the company’s top-billed entertainers for years to come.

On Sunday, Reigns teams with Dean Ambrose to take on Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper in one of the top matches in the 2015 SummerSlam card. CBS Sports caught up with Reigns to get his thoughts on his short-lived NFL career, WrestleMania match and upcoming SummerSlam showdown.

CBS Sports: At SummerSlam, you will be reuniting with your old pal fom The Shield, Dean Ambrose, to take on Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper. You guys have had great matches in the past. What can fans expect this time around?

Roman Reigns: “It’s just gonna be a Wild West shootout. I couldn’t even try to explain what to expect. I have no clue to be honest, so I’m preparing for a little bit of everything. You throw a whole bunch of combustible objects like Ambrose and the Wyatts into the situation with me, let’s just say there’s a lot of action and a lot of emotion. It’s gonna be a hell of a ride. I’m looking forward to it.”

CBS Sports: You had a rocky relationship with the fans after your Royal Rumble win was met with a lukewarm response. Did that bother you at the time, or does it still?

Roman Reigns: “You know, it’s tough. As a performer, a professional wrestler, I go out there and I just want to put a smile on people’s faces. I just want to make people happy, you know what I mean? It’s all good intentions. So when it doesn’t got exactly right, it can be tough because I care. To put it as simple as possible, I care, you know what I mean? I could go out there and just cash it in, but I want to be the best. I want fans to take every ounce of energy away from me as possible. That’s what I’m trying to emit. That’s what I’m trying to give to each live event. So it’s tough when it’s not perfect or exactly how you thought.

“When it comes to all of this, despite all the hate or the negativity that I’ve gotten, I’ve always had my supporters. I’ve always had the Roman Empire behind me. They never falter. They’re always there supporting me. Kind words to pick me up if I’m feeling down. So I just gotta thank all my fans and everyone who stuck with me, the supporters, you know. I couldn’t do what I do without them.”

CBS Sports: At WrestleMania 31, we saw you main event against Brock Lesnar for the WWE title. Despite not winning, you showed the fans you had the talent to hang at that level. What did you take away from that match, and from WrestleMania as a whole?

Roman Reigns: “I took home a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. I’m never proud of losing a match, or any moment that I didn’t come out on top. That’s always the goal, to win and better my family and my future, especially in the ring. So that’s a tough pill to swallow. But at the same time, I was very grateful for the opportunity and in hindsight, I feel like I learned so much from those moments and those weeks building up into it. On the other end, the only thing I wanted was respect. That’s all I wanted is just respect. I think as a man, that’s not asking for too much. I’m willing to fight for every ounce of it. WrestleMania was a great start and hopefully as the weeks go by I’ll just continue to earn respect.”

CBS Sports: Your family’s history in the wrestling business is extensive. What was it like growing up with not only Sika as your father, but with so many other members of your family in the wrestling business?

Roman Reigns: “It was great, it really was. It’s always a good thing to be proud of where you’re from and your family. I’ve always been very proud of the accomplishments of my relatives, my father and my uncle and all of the other wrestlers that have come through our family tree. But at the same time, it’s a rough life. It’s a busy life. So as proud as I was of my father and everyone else, it’s tough when you don’t see your family members. It’s tough when they’re always on the road. So there are a lot of sacrifices. But it’s all for the betterment and it’s all for the future. It’s all for our family and to feed mouths and to put roofs over heads.

“It’s hard to understand that at a young age, but I just thank God that I can see through the eyes of so many family members and see from their perspectives no”w. It makes me appreciate everything everyone’s ever done in our family.

CBS Sports: Not counting yourself, whose matches do you most enjoy watching?

Roman Reigns: “It’s tough. There’s a lot of great performers out there. I think I still stick with the main guys I’d compete with when we first came in, the brothers from The Shield. We came in this thing all like-minded, and we’ve all kind of carved our own path and have our own niche; we always still think on a very similar level. Anytime I can watch Dean or Seth [Rollins], or you can even put Cesaro in that category. We rode a lot with him back in the day. Those are all guys I like to call peers and I like to watch their stuff as well.”

CBS Sports: When you look at Seth Rollins as WWE champion, what do you think of the job he’s doing?

Roman Reigns: “To put all of our beef and our animosity aside, I can’t lie to you: I think he’s done a good job. A lot comes with being the WWE champion. There’s a lot of responsibility and there’s a lot of dates and a lot of towns that you have to make, a lot of appearances. Every single day you have to be on your A game. You have to lead. You have to carry. I can’t speak on his personal choices and how he carries himself, but I know he’s carried that title like a man would. He’s worked his butt off to get where he is and he’s worked his butt to maintain where he’s at. He better enjoy it before he runs back into me, I know that.”

CBS Sports: With NFL training camps and preseason under way, I was wondering if you could tell me a little bit about your experience in trying to make it into the NFL coming out of Georgia Tech in 2007.

Roman Reigns: “I tell you, I wished I had some more experience than I did going in. It was tough for me, you know. It was such a quick process. It just didn’t happen the way I thought it would. You play for so many years and there’s so much riding on the line. For all these young men going into the league, I just wish them the best of luck because it’s a crazy, crazy moment to try to capitalize on. Most of those guys have played for 15 years or so. So to capitalize on that much time spent, it’s gotta be nerve-wracking.

“I wish I could have gone back and had a different scenario, a different chance, a different opportunity, but for me, I found the team that I needed to be on. That’s kind of what they say in the NFL, is it only takes one team. Hopefully a lot of those guys can find a home out there. It didn’t work out for me. I enjoyed it though. It was a cool, bucket-list situation to put on an NFL uniform, to be at practice, to use their facilities and just see it from an inside perspective. I was very grateful for that.”

CBS Sports: What advice would you give to the NXT roster on how to make it to the WWE main roster, and what to expect when they get there?

Roman Reigns: “Well, just do what you’re doing. NXT, they have a great formula and a good system. As you can see from the past couple of years now, all this talent that’s coming up, they’re doing something right down there. So I’d say to continue to do what they’re doing. Continue to create that NXT identity. It’s starting to catch like wildfire, so I think the biggest advice I can give any of those guys and girls coming up to the main roster is continue to do what you do. Make it translate, because if it’s working on NXT then it will probably work on the main roster on Monday Night Raw and Thursday night Smackdown, so just stick to your guns, believe in yourself and continue to do what you do. Because you’re gonna get a lot of pressure. You’re gonna get pulled in a lot of directions. You’re gonna have a ton of competition. Just believe in yourself and do what you do.”

CBS Sports: Hypothetically speaking, if you got to put one person or tag team into the WWE Hall of Fame next year, no questions asked, who do you select?

Roman Reigns: “Oh, that’s tough. Three Minute Warning. Yeah, I’d stick with the family. I wish his career was so much longer, but I definitely think Umaga’s one of the best of all time. I wish he would have had a little more time to hold the titles and put in a few more years of work, but in my opinion, one of the best big men of all time. Nobody more intense. Nobody more athletic. So charismatic. We lost one way too early. I’ll go ahead and throw my brother in the same boat as far as being a great performer and try and give those guys the nod, you know?”

Source: CBSSports.com

August 20th, 2015  | Posted by: | Filed Under: WWE.Com


The Predator is known for hunting other species for sport, so it’s not unimaginable to think the extraterrestrial could seek out a new challenge and target a WWE Superstar such as Roman Reigns. After all, the creature traveled to Los Angeles to hunt down dangerous gangs in “Predator 2,” so why not enter a WWE ring? The vicious hunter battled a couple of WWE Hall of Famers in Jesse Ventura and Arnold Schwarzenegger in “Predator,” so it wouldn’t be a first.

The Predator has the size and strength advantage over Reigns, along with a body resilient to damage, but don’t count out the powerhouse Superstar in this fight. Reigns’ Superman Punch could prove effective in making his opponent’s face even more grotesque. And who knows, maybe Arnold would join the fight to help the former Shield member out.


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August 20th, 2015  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Coverage,Digitals/Screencaptures,Recap,Smackdown Results

Smackdown Review

Roman, Dean, Cesaro, and Randy cut a promo

Roman says Bray is always talking about family. He says he pictures his family knocking the Wyatt Family’s teeth down their throats all night long at Summer Slam so that means two things. You ain’t gonna be running your mouth cause you gonna be crapping your teeth out boyz.

Dean says he’s been thinking of painful things to torture the Wyatt’s with.

Roman says you picked the wrong family to mess with.

Randy says he’s only worried about Sheamus and there won’t be RKO’s outta nowhere because he’s going to be aware of when it comes.

Cesaro only wants to beat Kevin Owens at Summer Slam and he wants a new shirt.

They all want to beat them and give them a taste of Sunday.

Roman says Believe That!


A huge 8 man tag is set for Smackdown tonight. It will be Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose, Randy Orton and Cesaro vs Bray Wyatt, Luke Harper, Kevin Owens and Sheamus.

Randy Orton makes his way out first. Next is The Powerhouse himself Roman Reigns. During the commercial break Cesaro made his way out. Dean Ambrose is the last to come out to a thunderous applause from the crowd.

The opposing team makes its way out Sheamus, Kevin Owens and The Wyatt’s.

The start of the match begins with Randy Orton and Sheamus. They circle each other three times as Sheamus walks in the corner turning his back to Orton. Orton then tries to set Sheamus up for an RKO early. Sheamus rolls out of the ring.

After the commercial break, we see Randy Orton and Kevin Owens squaring off in the ring. After going round and round Orton tags Cesaro in. Cesaro slams Kevin Owens into the mat. Owens quickly tags in Luke Harper while Cesaro tags in the Lunatic Fringe Dean Ambrose.

Both men lock arms right away. Luke Harper backs Dean in the corner and tries punching him but misses wildly. Dean switches up and lands a few punches on his own. Dean is really letting Luke have it by knocking him down on the mat. Both men get to their feet quickly. Dean backs Harper into his corner and tags Roman Reigns in.

Reigns takes Harper down by the head with a head butt and gives him a big boot to the face. Reigns then tries to twist Luke’s arm but he blocks it and hits Roman in the face. He then drives Roman into his corner and tags in Bray Wyatt.

Bray gives Roman a punch to the stomach. He then slaps Roman in the face and throws his head into a turnbuckle. He then swings Roman to the other side of the ring and tried to run into him but Roman moved and brought him down. Roman is starting to feel it as he does his signature roar. Roman picks Bray up off the mat but Bray pushes him into the corner. Cesaro tags himself in.

Cesaro takes over by punching Bray in the stomach and face a few times. He then uses his shoulder to hit him in the face. Bray backs Cesaro in a corner and Luke Harper tags himself back in. Cesaro and Harper exchange blows. Harper then moves and swings Cesaro into the ropes but Cesaro countered and rolled up Harper for a two count. Cesaro then grabbed Harpers legs to swing him and Wyatt and Kevin Owens came in to the ring. Kevin Owens kicked Cesaro a few times while the referee was trying to control Dean Ambrose from getting involved. Harper was lying in wait for Cesaro to get up but he put him back down with a big boot to the face. Harper tags Bray back in.

Bray hit Cesaro twice and tagged Sheamus in.

Sheamus power slammed Cesaro and held him in until he could tag in Kevin Owens. Both men exchange blows until Kevin Owens cannon balls Cesaro in the corner. Kevin Owens covered and got a two count.

Each super star continues to tag in and out one getting the best of Cesaro until he double kicks Sheamus in the face. He then heads to his corner to tag Roman in. Roman knocks Sheamus down repeatedly. He then stops to live in the moment and when he goes back to Sheamus, Sheamus kicks him in the face. Sheamus tries to pick him up but Roman counters and pushes Sheamus in the turnbuckle.  Roman then gives Sheamus several arms to the neck.  Reigns then steps out of the ring to do a drive by kick on him. On his way back around he knocks down Kevin Owens and Bray Wyatt. Once in the ring, Roman picks up Sheamus for a Samoan Drop. Luke Harper then tries to interfere and he gets a Samoan Drop of his own. Kevin Owens then comes in and Roman head butts him in the face. Kevin also gets a Samoan Drop. Roman looks at Bray and Bray gets in the ring. Roman starts exchanging punches and then Sheamus enters for a two on one assault against Roman. Sheamus then rolls Roman up for a two count. He then power slams Roman for a long two count. While Roman is down Sheamus gets ready for his Brogue Kick but Roman surprises him with a Superman Punch. Both Roman and Sheamus go down trying to get to their corners. There is a double tag. In comes Dean and Luke.

Dean gets the upper hand on Luke. Luke tries to come back and hit Dean but Dean does a roundabout in the ropes and brings him down. Dean sets up for Dirty Deeds but Bray tries to interfere. Dean knocks Bray down and Luke tries to come in but Dean knocks him over the ropes onto the floor. Dean then jumps over the ropes onto Harper. Dean drags Harper back into the ring, he then climbs on the top rope for an elbow drop. Dean covers and Kevin Owens breaks up the count. Cesaro comes in with a swinging kick to Owens and knocks him out the ring. Sheamus Brogue Kicks Cesaro. Randy Orton comes in to RKO Sheamus. Bray comes in to hit Randy with the Sister Abigail and he blocks it with an attempt to RKO him. Bray blocks and pushes Roman into Luke Harper’s big boot. Roman comes in to spear Bray and Dean hits Luke with Dirty Deeds for the win. Roman, Dean, Cesaro and Randy Orton stand tall.

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August 19th, 2015  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Articles


Any article on WWE superstar Roman Reigns (real name: Leati Joseph Anoa’i) invariably makes reference to his genetic legacy – his dad was one half of storied tag team Wild Samoans, and his cousins include The Rock, Rikishi and the Usos, etc. But a few years into his wrestling career, Reigns has more than distinguished himself, bursting onto the scene in 2012 alongside current World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose as part of heel faction The Shield; garnering tag gold with Ambrose during that time; going solo fan-favorite and winning this past January’s Royal Rumble gauntlet; and headlining WrestleMania against then-champ and formidable force Brock Lesnar. Most impressively, he’s weathered considerable backlash from fans that doubted whether his ability and screen presence measured up to that of his forebears.

This Sunday, he and Ambrose do battle with shared nemeses Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper at signature WWE Network/pay-per-view event SummerSlam in what’s going to be a particularly physical collision. While gearing up for Raw in Minneapolis six days prior, Reigns talked with us about getting his mind and body right for a fight, and keeping that up when the last bell has rung.

1. Go Straight to the Gym
It’s really just mental fortitude. Once you get in [the gym] and start moving around and sweating, it’s like, “Oh, thank god I did this. I feel so much better.” Just getting from the airport straight to the gym is gonna be your best bet to knock off that rust and wake yourself up and get that blood flowing. You sit in a car or a plane cramped up, you lose a lot of blood flow and get that swelling in your legs. There are all kinds of dangers in sitting still too long.

2. Embrace Lots of Cardio
Mass has not ever really been a problem. It’s a little bit easier for me to do that than to burn fat and stay lean just due to my genetics. I love doing a lot of cardio. It’s not so much for the way I look. It’s for how I perform. If I get in the ring with a 215-pounder, I wanna be able to keep up with him agility-wise. I take that back to my football days of being a large athlete that could move.

3. Always Mix Up Your Workouts
I like to look at myself as an individual. I like CrossFit. I agree with a lot of their coaching tips and the foundation of functional movements and hard work. They embody all that stuff. But I also think there’s a bit of a cult following within the CrossFit community, a bit of a fraternity, which obviously creates a bias and a little bit of a tunnel vision. There is no one right way. The Tae-Bo guy has a good body on him. I believe in evolution as far as lifting and training and building muscle. I was doing functional movement before CrossFit was ever a thing. I was playing football, doing platform lifts, all kinds of wacky kettle-bell stuff before kettle bells were kettle bells. I CrossFit with Seth [Rollins] and have done that type of lifting as well. I’ve walked on an incline treadmill for an hour and a half. I’ve done wide-receive drills with Megatron [Calvin Johnson]. But it’s on the individual to know what’s right and change things up. Your body’s a machine and adapt to whatever you’re doing. Stick to one thing doesn’t sound right to me.

4. And CrossTrain with the Family
I’m a father. I wanna play with my daughter. If she wants to throw a baseball or softball, I wanna do it with her. If she wants to go on a hike, I wanna do it with her. If she wants me to go on a beach in a canoe, I’ll do it. I want to be active. I want to live for a long time. I’m a married man, so on the other end, I wanna look good if I have to take my clothes off. If I have to work hard to keep her happy and give her something decent to look at, then that’s what I’ll do. Fighting for your health and working every day toward a long life, whether you’re a family man or not, it’s important.

5. Don’t Forget the Static Work
I come from the south. My body was taught to sweat immediately, because it’s so humid down there. And that’s all sweat is – your body’s cooling itself. It’s an achievement in my book. I hate sweating when I don’t wanna sweat, but when you sweat, it’s the best feeling in the world. But there are all different types of workouts. I’ve seen stretching workouts and isolated stuff, more core work and those static movements. You can do beneficial things without sweating. And if you’re really serious, sometimes a workout is the recover day.

6. Stretching Too
Typically, I would go after a workout, but my routine’s a bit different. That’s just my first workout. I’m gonna wrestle later on, so that’ll be my second workout. So I would stretch before my match, but I would stretch after my workout. I would probably do low-intensity cardio for more of a warm-up, and then depending on how my body’s feeling, focus in and do a stretch routine here and there. But once you get that blood moving, it’s good to start moving some weight.

7. Recovery Is Key
It’s tough, but there are few different things you can do. We have all types of compression underwear and tights you can wear to help with swelling to get your legs back under you. We’re in a business where we’re always trying to build something up, but you have to have that recovery time. If you do it properly with time management, because we have so much down time, it’s usually needed. The hardest part is being cramped up.

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August 18th, 2015  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Digitals/Screencaptures,Raw Results,Recap

Roman Reigns Vs Luke Harper

Dean Ambrose makes his way out first and puts on a head set. He will be doing commentary on his brother’s matchRoman Reigns makes his way down first with his usual entrance through the audience. Bray is out next with Luke Harper in tow. This match will be the preamble to what will happen Sunday on the 4 hour SummerSlam, this is a rematch from Thursday Night Smackdown when Bray Wyatt interfered. At the start of the match both Roman and Luke strong arm each other. With a few smacks to the face exchanged between them both, Luke gets an early edge over Roman until Roman puts his shoulder into the abdomen of Luke Harper. He then kicks Luke out of the ring. Roman gets out of the ring runs around and double kicks Luke Harper onto the barricade.

After the commercial break, we see Luke Harper in control. During commercial break Harper drop kicks Roman and covered him to get a one count. Luke Harper did a mitchonoku driver move and Roman again tapped out. Roman picks up Luke Harper to side slam him. Luke Harper in return kicked Roman on the jaw. Harper now has a hold on him until Roman powers out. As the match goes on Roman keeps coming back for more. Roman goes from the apron right on top of Luke Harper. Luke kicks Roman in the abdomen. Both men exchange slaps once again. Roman hits the Samoan Drop for a quick count. Luke Harper slides out the ring when Roman was getting ready for the Superman Punch and Roman went after him. Luke Harper kicked Roman in the face again.

After a while Roman returned to the ring. Luke Harper side walked slammed Roman for a quick count. Luke Harper picked up Roman and power slammed him and got a long two count.Roman finally puts Luke Harper down for the count with a Superman Punch and Spear. What will happen between these two families on Sunday? Tune in to the 4 hour special on the WWE Network.

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August 17th, 2015  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Audio Interview,Roman News

Roman Reigns did an over the phone interview with San Diego’s Rock 105.3 radio show. He talked about Summerslam, Headlining Wrestlemania, and more. Check out the full interview above via our SoundCloud account.

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August 17th, 2015  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Informational,Roman News


WWE 2K Games have finally confirmed that Roman Reigns is apart of the roster for their new upcoming game WWE 2K16. I’m sure we all knew he was going to be in the game what’s a game without Roman Reigns? Ha! The game will be out on October 27th. You can still preorder yours today!


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August 17th, 2015  | Posted by: | Filed Under: Informational


WWE 2K Games have finally confirmed that Roman Reigns is apart of the roster for their new upcoming game WWE 2K16. I’m sure we all knew he was going to be in the game what’s a game without Roman Reigns? Ha! The game will be out on October 27th. You can still preorder yours today!


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