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A star defensive tackle at Georgia Tech, Roman Reigns wrecked offensive guards for both the Minnesota Vikings and the Jacksonville Jaguars before becoming a WWE Superstar. The hulking powerhouse brought his smash-mouth gridiron style to WWE’s developmental system, NXT, where he left a long line of tough opponents in crumpled heaps. But it was at the 2012 Survivor Series that Reigns made his greatest impact. In the heat of a Triple Threat Match between WWE Champion CM Punk, John Cena and Ryback, Reigns hit the ring alongside fellow WWE NXT competitors Dean Ambrose and Seth ... Read More
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Whilst on the WWE Manila tour, Inquirer Sports took their time to sit down with Roman as he answered questions from them. Read the interview below:

He’s not a bad guy. He’s not a good guy. He just thinks he’s the guy.

Roman Reigns said that his iconic promo the night after WrestleMania is a reflection of what he’s been feeling throughout his career.

“For me, I don’t try to think I’m a good guy, I don’t try to think I’m a bad guy. I’m just thinking I’m me,” Reigns told INQUIRER in an exclusive interview before WWE Live Manila last September 9. “When I walk into a building and in that ring, I know I’m the guy. I know I’m going there and do my thing and nobody could deny that.”

Though presented as a babyface (good guy), the crowd has been vocal in their displeasure of Reigns, even booing him in the greatest moment of his young career when he won the WWE World Heavyweight Championship from Triple H at WrestleMania 32 last April.

But the Samoan powerhouse doesn’t mind all the negative reaction, saying, “For me, it’s just been a crazy roller coaster.”

“It can appear to be however it appears to be, but the only thing I remember after beating Triple H at WrestleMania is that everybody is standing up. I have great pictures of such a huge moment, the biggest WrestleMania of all time,” he said. “Some people get too caught up with my reactions. It’s a mixed reaction, but everybody has some sort of feelings towards me. For whatever reason, I rub people a certain way, there’s a reaction, some form of expression I’m pulling from these people.”

With him enjoying contrasting fan reactions, some people can’t help but compare Reigns to John Cena, one of the WWE’s most polarizing superstars. But for the third-generation superstar, he’d rather not make the comparison and trek a journey of his own.

“I think John Cena is John Cena. He’s had such a great career and such a long career. That longevity and consistency, that’s what makes superstars a superstar,” he said. “I’d like to think I’m a little bit different. I don’t know if it’s because the fans have been prepared because they’ve had John for so long and they knew that another guy, another alpha male who is going to compete is going to fill that spot. I think our fans are smart to the process on how we do this year-in and year-out. I’d like to think it’s a great situation, you have two guys who are going out there to compete and give you the best show possible with John Cena and Roman Reigns.”

And it’s the biggest thing that matters for Reigns, to have the health to continue wrestling all year round.

“For me, as long as I’m healthy and I get to do what I love, that’s going to make my day. It’s all about keeping my head down and sticking to this grind and sticking to this same drill I do everyday, and that’s what’s going to make me better than anybody: that consistency to be able to go out there every single night and do it night after night, 52 weeks a year. If I could just continue to do that, it feels like I’m hammering it down. If I can stay healthy and stay in that ring, good things are going to happen,” he said.

Coming from a decorated wrestling family, Reigns sees it as a responsibility for him to represent his
heritage whenever he steps inside the squared circle.

“I like to look at it more as a responsibility,” he said. “Everything I do, especially when I step in the ring, I represent my family. For me to represent my bloodline, my heritage, and continue to push the legacy that my family has, it’s an honor. That’s the main thing when you have such a competitive family and a family that has done so much in this business. The only thing I want to do is to push that standard. I want to take that bar and continue to lift it. The pressure is more of a responsibility and I love it.”

He also didn’t discount the possibility of fighting The Rock at WrestleMania, but said that it could only happen if the two of them would be fighting for the company’s biggest prize.

“I’m out here representing my family, and I don’t think a better way to represent our family than us going at it in the grandest stage of them all which, if that would be the case and I have to wrestle The Rock, I would have think the WWE Universal Championship or the WWE Championship would be on the line,” he said. “If there is one thing that get some family members going at it, it would be that, but also, it’s just paying great homage to our family and what we’ve done.”

Reigns, though, said that if he has a choice on who he will face in a dream match at WrestleMania, The Undertaker will always be on top.

“Most people would say The Undertaker and I have to go that way,” he said.

Reigns is hopeful to get a crack at the Deadman before he calls it a career, as he seeks to deal another loss in The Undertaker’s famed 23-1 record at the grandest stage of them all.

“I’ve been in the ring with him for a couple of times and everybody has heard the legend, not only of his character but also behind the scenes, just being the locker room leader he used to be, and he still is to this day. I think it will be incredible to share the ring with him,” he said.

Already a three-time WWE World Champion and a Royal Rumble winner, Reigns can say that he has already accomplished a lot in his career. But the biggest accolade he thinks he could get isn’t any hardware or trophy, but rather, the respect of his peers.

“I’m fortunate enough to do a lot of cool things. I enjoyed many great achievements, but for me, I still take it pretty personal, the art that I go out there and I paint,” he said. “For me, at the end of the day, I just want to know that I had the best career that I could possibly could have had. I did everything to stay healthy and continue to stay in the ring, and when it’s all said and done, there’s a lot of appreciation for the things I did in the ring, and that’s all I could ask for.”

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Roman Reigns is backstage as Tom Phillips approaches him for comments. Reigns is focused on making it to Clash of Champions but has to kick Owens’ ass first.

Roman Reigns vs. Kevin Owens

We go to the ring and our first comes Roman Reigns. If he wins, he gets put into the main event at Clash of Champions. WWE Universal Champion Kevin Owens is out next for this non-title match.

Back from the break and Owens goes to the floor but reigns follows. Reigns goes to work on Owens and brings him back in the ring. Owens stomps away and plays to the crowd for a mixed reactions. Owens keeps control and drops Reigns with an elbow for a 2 count. Reigns fights back and kicks Owens. Owens dodges a shot and rolls to the floor for a breather. Reigns kicks Owens through the ropes and comes out. Reigns whips Owens into the barrier. Owens shoves Reigns into a barrier now. Owens rocks Reigns and goes back in the ring. Reigns follows and nails a right hand. Owens comes back and clubs Reigns from behind. Owens with the senton for a 2 count.

Owens keeps control and has Reigns grounded now. Reigns manages to fight up and slam Owens. Reigns looks to make a comeback now. Owens rolls to the floor but Reigns follows. Owens counters and sends Reigns flying into the ring post. Reigns goes down and Owens returns to the ring as we go back to commercial.

Back from the break and Owens has Reigns in a headlock for several minutes. Reigns fights up and out but runs into the ring post as Owens moves. Reigns goes to the floor and Owens sends him into the barrier, then the steel steps. Owens poses on the ramp but is attacked from behind by Seth Rollins. The bell rings.

Winner by DQ: Kevin Owens

After the bell, Rollins continues beating on Owens at ringside. Officials, including Fit Finlay and Adam Pearce, come out to break it up. Foley gets in Rollins’ face and he’s furious. Foley says now they’ve got to talk backstage. Foley orders the match to be re-started. Owens goes to work on Reigns and sends him back into the steps. Owens brings it back in the ring now.

Owens and Reigns trade shots in the middle of the ring now. Reigns levels Owens. Reigns with big shots in the corner as fans count along. Owens ducks a big boot. Reigns catches a superkick and hits a Samoan Drop for a 2 count. More back and forth. Reigns takes Owens up for a superplex but Owens fights him. Owens bites Reigns under his arm but the referee doesn’t see it. Reigns jumps up and stops a Frogsplash. Reigns climbs back up for a superplex but Owens counters and drives Reigns to the mat for a close 2 count.

Owens goes to the top for the Frogsplash and hits it for a 2 count. Owens with a kick and some trash talking, telling Reigns to stay down. Reigns gets upset and rocks Owens. Owens nails a superkick. Owens mocks Reigns and misses the corner cannonball. Reigns calls for the spear but runs into a knee. Reigns nails a Superman punch for a close 2 count. They go back to the floor and Reigns nails a Drive By. They come back in and Owens connects with two kicks. Owens hits the corner cannonball and another. Reigns blocks the pop-up powerbomb and rolls Owens up, turning that into a sitdown powerbomb for a close 2 count. WWE United States Champion Rusev runs down to the apron but Reigns nails a Superman punch. Owens takes advantage and hits the pop-up powerbomb for the win.

Winner: Kevin Owens

After the bell, Owens and Reigns recover as we go to replays. Owens takes his title to the ramp and brags. Rusev waits in the ring as Reigns tries to get up. Rusev floors Reigns with a big kick to the face as he tries to get up. Rusev beats on Reigns as we see Lana looking on from the ramp with the title. She points and Rusev stomps on Reigns, then applies The Accolade. RAW goes off the air with Rusev standing tall over Reigns.

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Roman truly does feel like God’s favour is shining down on him. He tops Pro Wrestling Illustrated Annual 500 at #1 this year. He beat the likes of Balor, Nakamura, Ambrose, Rollins, Cena, Styles and Jay Lethal. To say he didn’t deserve it is an understatement; he had 3 World Heavyweight Championship reigns and also main evented Wrestlemania for the second year in a row. In addition, Roman certainly does come out every night to prove his doubters wrong.

Check out the scans of Roman in the PWI’s latest issue in our gallery HERE:

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Corey Graves is in the ring with the WWE Universal Title. Sitting on stools are Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns, Kevin Owens and Big Cass.

Rollins cuts Graves off and takes credit for putting Finn Balor out of action. Rollins talks about how he’s the favorite to win the title tonight. Rollins knocks the others and hands it over to Owens. Owens can finally focus on the title now that Sami Zayn is out of the picture. Owens is a prizefighter, he’s at his best when the stakes are high. Owens says Rollins talks big but he delivers big. Owens addresses Reigns next and fans boo him. Owens says Reigns fights hard but he fights smart, and Cass is just really tall. Owens asks if he thinks that really counts for something. Cass says yes that does. Owens takes a shot at Enzo Amore and Cass does the same with Chris Jericho. Cass says he knows where he stands. He’s only been here a few months and has never won a title but that means he has nothing to lose. Cass says no one expects him to win and Rollins jokes that even Enzo took a bet out against him.. They go on until Reigns decks Owens. Rollins unloads on Cass. Reigns and Cass meet in the middle of the ring. Rollins comes from behind but Reigns drops him. Reigns sends Cass to the floor. Reigns with a Superman punch on Rollins, sending him to the floor. Reigns stands tall as a good amount of fans boo him. Reigns looks at the title as Owens backs up the ramp talking trash.

WWE Universal Championship Match: Roman Reigns vs Seth Rollins vs Kevin Owens vs Big Cass

Enzo does the thing when it’s Cass’s turn to come out. Cass on the mic, says tonight he shocks the world by becoming the new Universal Champion and proving that the three other guys are sawft.

Off to break one more time before the match actually starts, though.

Back from commercial and referee Chad Patton calls for the bell. KO immediately bails and Cass and Roman take turns hitting Seth before Cass clotheslines him to the outside. Cass and Roman face off but Seth and Owens take them out before they can fight. Cass turns the tide on Seth but KO stays in charge of Roman a little while longer only to bail to the outside again. Cass and Seth on the outside and Seth starts to get an advantage. Owens in clear charge of Reigns on the outside as Rollins and Cass go back in. Punches in the corner, Rollins looking for a suplex but Cass reverses for one of his own!

Cass punishing Seth in the corner as Roman gets KO back in the ring and stomps a mudhole. Seth gets Cass in the corner and punches him some but Cass whips him off. Boot to the face but Cass keeps it together and slaps Seth out of the corner and to the outside. Finally Cass and Roman square off to thunderous “How you doin’?” chants. Strikes traded, Cass wins the exchange but Roman grabs a headlock, shoots him off, and takes Cass down with a lariat. Superman Punch blocked, Cass with a Cactus Boot that sends both men to the outside!

Seth with a suicide dive on Cass, KO runs in for a fireman’s hot shot on the barricade. He and Cass begin to fight but Roman comes in with a huge dive of his own and we’re off to commercial!

Back from break and Owens is working Cass over on the outside before hitting an elbow drop off the apron. KO jaws with Foley and Seth runs over, throwing Cass back in the ring for a chinlock. Owens breaks it up and brings Cass in for a short-arm lariat, knocking Roman off the apron before landing a senton on Cass. Cass in the corner and Owens drags him up and punches him in the head but Cass fires back. Owens catches a boot and swings it over the ropes and kicks Cass’ leg out of his leg!

Set up for the cannonball but Seth drags Owens out of the ring and tosses him into the barricade. Reverse STO into the turnbuckle and a Stinger Splash on the seven foot tall man but Roman cuts him off before a second. Big jumping lariat, Owens in and eats one himself but Cass drops Roman with a big boot! Shoulder blocks fend off Rollins and Owens before he whips Seth into KO and Stinger Splashes both of them. Sends Owens to the apron and boots him off but Seth grabs a schoolboy for two. Powerslam from Cass into the Empire Elbow, looking for a slam but Roman comes in with a Superman Punch! Seth sends Roman into the turnbuckle and lands a superkick on Cass for two!

Kevin Owens eliminates Big Cass with a frog splash. And we’re off to commercial.

Back from break and Seth and KO are up top, so of course Roman runs over for the powerbomb to complete the Tower of Doom. Big Dog can’t get a pinfall on either man, though. Corner lariats on Seth and he ducks the tenth only to eat a big boot. Superman Punch but Rollins ducks and looks for an O’Connor Roll, Roman blocks, Seth sends him out and looks for a suicide dive but Roman cuts him off! Another Superman Punch attempt but Seth ducks under and fires off a Falcon Arrow!

Seth taunting, waiting for Roman to get up, boot to the gut, looking for a Pedigree but Roman fights out! Seth to the apron, looking for the springboard knee but Roman counters with a Superman Punch! Roman looking for the spear but Seth cuts him off with a knee and an enzuigiri only for KO to come back in with a superkick! Cannonballs to both Shieldmen but Owens eats a Superman Punch for two! Standing ovation from Stephanie McMahon. Looking for a spear on Owens, he ducks, pop-up powerbomb attempt but Roman counters with a Superman Punch! Rollins in, Roman back with the one-arm powerbomb for a nearfall!

Roman to the outside for the Drive-By on Seth, who spills to the outside himself. Superman Punch to Owens, also on the outside, and a spear to Rollins!

Triple H appears out of nowhere and pedigrees Roman. He throws Roman back in the ring and wakes Seth up to pin him. Seth makes the cover and eliminates Roman Reigns. Triple H drags Reigns under the bottom rope and walks off.

Triple H rolls Owens in the ring next and follows. He takes off his coat and kicks Rollins out of nowhere to a big pop. He looks at Owens and drops Rollins with a Pedigree. Owens is shocked. He covers Rollins for the pin and the title.

Winner and New WWE Universal Champion: Kevin Owens

After the match, Triple H celebrates with Owens. He leaves the ring and stops to stare at Foley and Stephanie before walking to the back. They’re shocked also. We get replays and shots of Owens going wild with the title. RAW goes off the air with the new WWE Universal Champion celebrating.

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To open the show, Lana is in the ring with the United States Champion Rusev. They’re not happy. Michael Cole welcomes us and he’s joined by Byron Saxton, Corey Graves. Lana says they’re not leaving the ring and everyone must listen to what they have to say.

Rusev says Roman Reigns ruined a special moment last week and because of that, there will be no RAW tonight. No matches or anything. Rusev wants Reigns to come out but he gets RAW General Manager Mick Foley instead. Rusev continues ranting until Stephanie McMahon comes out and runs him down for not showing Foley respect. Rusev threatens to call Shane McMahon and Daniel Bryan to see if they want him on SmackDown. Roman Reigns is out next, insulting Rusev and Lana. This leads to Foley making Rusev vs. Reigns for tonight, so Rusev can defend Lana’s honor. Rusev and Reigns have words as we go to the announcers.

Tom Phillips approaches Roman Reigns backstage. He says he’s going to represent his bloodline and whoop Rusev’s ass. Reigns is ready for anything but he wants it to be the big fight… Rusev attacks him from behind. Rusev beats on Reigns as Lana looks on. Reigns fights back but Rusev crushes him into a door, then tosses him onto a table.

Roman Reigns vs. Rusev

Back from the break and Lana is in the ring ranting on Roman Reigns and her husband. WWE United States Champion Rusev is out next and he’s just as upset. Roman Reigns is out next for this non-title SummerSlam preview.

They go at it as soon as Reigns hits the ring. They end up on the floor and Reigns nails the Drive By. Rusev tries to get a break but Reigns follows. Rusev counters and sends Reigns ribs-first into the barrier. Rusev sends Reigns into the ring post next. We go to commercial without even getting the bell.

They aired a video package on Braun Strowman’s dominance before this match began. Back from the break and Rusev is still in control, working on Reigns in the ring. Rusev drops elbows and keeps Reigns down as Lana looks on. Reigns tries to fight back but Rusev cuts him off. Reigns with a Samoan Drop. Rusev keeps fighting but Reigns unloads with the usual moves. They end up on the floor again and Rusev sends Reigns into the steel a few times. Rusev wastes time and plays to the fans before sending Reigns into the steps again.

Rusev grabs the US Title but Reigns blocks the shot. Reigns fights back but Rusev sends him bad arm-first back into the barrier. We go to another commercial break.

Back from the break with more back and forth. They trade finisher attempts. Rusev with pin attempts after diving headbutts. Rusev with another headbutt for another 2 count. More of Rusev in control. He goes for the big kick but Reigns nails a Superman punch in mid-air. Rusev kicks out at 2. Reigns looks to make a comeback but runs into a kick and goes down for another close 2 count. Reigns fights off The Accolade. Rusev blocks another punch and hits a big kick to the back. Rusev gets The Accolade locked but Reigns finally gets the bottom rope to break it.

Reigns finally hits a spear out of nowhere to get the win.

Winner: Roman Reigns

After the match, Reigns recovers as Lana looks on from the floor and cries. Rusev rolls to the floor and we get replays. RAW goes off the air with Reigns standing tall in the corner.

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