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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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It's very rare to find a guy who has all the tool for superstar success, but Roman Reignsis one of very few. Born into the Anoa'i family, Roman did everything he could to avoid the family calling, but he took the plunge and joined wwe in 2010. In a short space of time, Roman has made an impactalongside Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins in the Shield. Now he's flying solo & quickly becoming one of WWE's most popular stars.
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he Undertaker & Roman Reigns vs. Shane McMahon & Drew McIntyre – No Holds Barred match.

They all received big separate entrances with Undertaker getting the final one. Big staredown for the longest time.

Drew and Roman started out with Drew quickly getting the advantage. He and Shane kicked away at Roman in their corner. Roman came back with a big right hand on Shane and peppered him in the corner, raining down punches. McMahon tried to run to tag out but he was pulled to the corner, where Undertaker tagged in. Huge pop for that. Undertaker worked over his arm and covered Shane for a two count. He controlled Shane, going to walk the ropes for Old School but was pulled down. Shane drilled Taker with a series of shots in the corner but Undertaker absorbed them, tossed Shane in the corner and nailed a big clothesline. He went to the ropes again, this time, walking the ropes for Old School and nailing it.

Shane was able to tag out and Drew went nose to nose with Undertaker, drilling him with a series of rights. Undertaker fired back with strikes of his own and they had a believable, physical exchange. Drew clotheslined Undertaker over the top to the floor but Undertaker landed on his feet. He pulled Drew out and nailed him with a legdrop on the apron. He brought Drew into the ring and covered him for a near fall. Roman tagged in and nailed a series of clotheslines in the corner.

Roman controlled Drew. He nailed Shane of the apron. Drew gained control and worked over Roman, scoring several two counts. McIntyre worked over Roman’s arm, controlling him on the mat, trying to force a submission.

Roman finally stunned Drew with a big backdrop. McIntyre missed a charge in the corner and hit the ringpost with his shoulder. Undertaker made the hot tag and began nailing big boots on Shane and Drew. He kicked Shane out of the ring to the floor and brought him over to the announcing table.

Everyone brawled on the floor. Drew prevented Undertaker from putting Shane through the table. Roman joined the fray. Elias hit ringside and they worked over Taker and Roman. Undertaker was placed on a table. Shane hit the flying elbow putting him through the table.

They worked over Undertaker who made a comeback and started chokeslamming everyone in sight. Drew set up for a Claymore kick but Roman speared him. Roman tossed Shane into Taker, who went for a tombstone and nailed it.

Your winners, The Undertaker and Roman Reigns!

A fun brawl that was exactly what you’d expect going in. Shane McMahon being pinned clean was a nice surprise, given how hard he’s forcefed to the audience lately.

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WWE and the ESPYS have made history tonight!

For the first time ever at this year’s ESPYS, Best WWE Moment was awarded on the red carpet. Fans have been able to vote once a day and named Roman Reigns‘ triumphant return to Monday Night Raw the moment of the year!

“For to me just to be able to be healthy was the only award I needed. This is just so flattering for everyone to kind of lift me up and show me that support system and love from everybody,” Reigns said. “It was never about awards or anything like that. It was just about awareness, it was just about sharing my story and hopefully someone could use it for a little bit of hope.”

Reigns was congratulated during the red carpet special by Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch, Universal Champion Seth Rollins, Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon and Executive Vice President, Talent, Live Events & Creative Paul Levesque.

The Big Dog also presented the Best Coach award to Basketball Hall of Famer Jim Calhoun, a fellow cancer survivor. Calhoun coached the University of Connecticut Huskies NCAA Division 1 men’s basketball team to three NCAA National Championships. He returned to coaching after beating cancer and now leads the University of St. Joseph men’s basketball team.

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The bell tolls for Shane McMahon & Drew McIntyre when The Undertaker rises from the darkness to join forces with unlikely ally Roman Reigns to take on the devious tandem of “The Best in the World” and The Scottish Psychopath in a No Holds Barred Match at WWE Extreme Rules.

Few would expect The Deadman to willingly stand shoulder-to-shoulder with The Big Dog, who took The Undertaker’s “Yard” at WrestleMania 33. And yet, Reigns was as surprised as everyone in the WWE Universe when The Phenom emerged on the June 24 edition of Raw to even the odds as Reigns absorbed a 2-on-1 beatdown at the hands of Shane-O-Mac and the imposing Scotsman. McMahon and McIntyre incurred the wrath of The Undertaker that night, and they could very well “Rest in Peace” at WWE Extreme Rules in Philadelphia.

Have Reigns and The Deadman truly put their legendary rivalry behind them as they team up in tag team action for the first time ever? How will they fare in this battle where anything goes? Tune in to WWE Extreme Rules, Sunday, July 14, streaming live at 7 ET/4 PT on the award-winning WWE Network.

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We go to the back for Roman Reigns in the interview area.

Roman is asked about his match against Dolph Ziggler tonight and whether it will affect his match on Sunday. Roman says these have made his career. Dolph will not be ready for him tonight and on Sunday, him and the Dead Man will be ready and Shane and Drew will rest in peace.

Match Number Four: Dolph Ziggler (with Shane McMahon, Drew McIntyre, and Elias) versus Roman Reigns

Ziggler goes for the leg but Roman pushes him away. They lock up and Roman with a clean break but Dolph pushes Roman. Roman pushes back. Dolph with punches. Roman with a punch to Dolph. Roman sends Dolph into the turnbuckles. Roman with a back elbow and he gets Dolph up for a Samoan drop but Ziggler gets to his feet and Dolph with a drop kick and leaping elbow drop for a near fall. Dolph sends Roman into the turnbuckles and punches Roman and follows with a splash into the corner. Dolph goes for another splash in the corner and Roman with an uppercut to Dolph. Dolph rolls to the floor.

Roman goes to the floor and hits a Drive By. Roman sends Dolph into the ring and then Drew has something to say to Roman and Dolph grabs Roman but Roman with a punch. The referee checks on Dolph and Drew sends Roman into the ring post. Dolph sends Roman into the ringside barrier and then back into the ring. Dolph gets a near fall. Ziggler with a leaping elbow drop for a near fall. Ziggler with a crossface on Roman. Ziggler with a sleeper and then he sends Roman to the mat. Ziggler with a neck breaker.

Ziggler with a chin lock on Roman. Roman with a Samoan drop on Ziggler. Roman counters the hesitation DDT and hits a series of clotheslines followed by a flying clothesline. Roman with NeverEnding Story followed by a boot to the head. Roman sets for the Superman punch and hits Elias. Ziggler with a Zig Zag for a near fall. Ziggler sets for a super kick but Roman with a Superman punch for a near fall. Roman sets for the spear and Drew pulls Ziggler to the floor. Roman with a plancha onto Elias and Drew. Shane gets into the ring and Ziggler super kicks Roman.

Kevin Owens comes into the ring and hits a stunner on Shane. Roman with a spear to Ziggler for the three count.

Winner: Roman Reigns

We go to credits.

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Match Number Ten: Drew McIntyre and Shane McMahon versus Roman Reigns and Gary Garbutt

Roman with clotheslines and a flying clothesline to Drew. Drew with a boot and Roman with a Samoan drop. Roman sets for a Superman punch and Drew with a boot and punch followed by a head butt. Roman bumps into Gary on the apron and Drew sends Roman into the ring post. Drew brings Gary into the ring and Shane tags in. Shane shuffles around and Gary goes to the apron. Gary with an enzuigiri and springboard clothesline. Gary with a handspring round kick and punches. Gary with a plancha onto Drew. Gary goes to the apron and hits a springboard cross body but he runs into a Claymore. Shane gets the three count.

Winners: Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre

After the match, Roman with a Superman punch to Drew. Shane holds Drew back because Drew wants to return to the ring.

Gary takes off the mask and we see that it was Cedric Alexander.

We go to credits.

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