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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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Clash of Champions Results – September 25th, 2016
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WWE United States Title Match: Roman Reigns vs. Rusev

We go to the ring and Lana introduces her husband. WWE United States Champion Rusev makes his way out. Roman Reigns is out next.

They go at it to start. Reigns tries for an early Samoan Drop. Rusev goes to the floor for a breather. They come back in and Rusev takes control. Rusev with a kick. Rusev mounts Reigns with strikes. Rusev keeps control and beats Reigns around as fans do dueling chants for Reigns. Rusev with knees as Lana looks on. Reigns looks to make a comeback but Rusev sends him into the corner and to the floor. They trade shots on the floor and seem to lose the crowd even more. Reigns gets launched in to both sets of steps. Rusev brings it back in for a 2 count, and another.

Rusev keeps control and drops a headbutt. Rusev runs into a boot but drops Reigns. Reigns dodges another flying headbutt attempt. Reigns with a Samoan Drop for a 2 count. Reigns unloads with big shots in the corner before clotheslining Rusev over the top. Reigns follows and sends Rusev into the barrier. Reigns sends Rusev face first into the steps. Reigns brings it back in and readies for the Superman punch but Rusev blocks it. Rusev with right hands.

More back and forth and another 2 count by Rusev after a superkick. Rusev stomps and charges but Reigns nails a Superman punch for a close 2 count. Lana distracts Reigns from the apron, allowing Rusev to nail a superkick for a 2 count. Rusev throws a fit and yells at the referee. Rusev stomps on Reigns a few times and goes for The Accolade. Reigns fights it off and hits the spear for the close 2 count as Lana pulls the referee out. The referee yells at her and sends her to the back.

Reigns with a roll up for 2. They go on and Reigns hits a pair of Drive Bys outside of the ring. Reigns brings it back in the ring and waits as some fans boo. Reigns runs into a big kick for a close 2 count by Rusev. Rusev goes right into The Accolade and gets it locked. Reigns powers up with Rusev on his back. Rusev with a shot to the eyes. Rusev charges but Reigns nails a spear for the win.

Winner and New WWE United States Champion: Roman Reigns

After the match, Reigns is handed the title while still on his knees. He clutches the title and gets to his feet as we go to replays.

Raw Results – September 19th, 2016
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In the opening segment of the show, we go right to the ring and out comes Roman Reigns. Reigns takes the mic but is immediately interrupted by RAW Commissioner Stephanie McMahon. Stephanie says she understands why Reigns is out but she has a show to run. She and Mick Foley came up with a solution and… She’s quickly interrupted by RAW General Manager Mick Foley.

Foley says they did come up with a solution and it was his doing. Foley admits he let last week’s show get away from him while Stephanie was in Singapore on business. Foley says he’s made Rollins vs. WWE United States Champion Rusev for tonight because of their actions in last week’s main event. Reigns wonders what that does for him. Foley says Reigns will get his shot at Rusev on Sunday for the title at Clash of Champions. Foley talks about how they’re all on the same team when it comes down to it and in a battle for their jobs against SmackDown. He makes Reigns vs. Owens for the Universal Title as tonight’s main event. This brings out Owens, who says he beat Reigns twice last week and should be preparing for Sunday’s match. Foley ends up making tonight’s main event a steel cage match.

Steel Cage Match: Roman Reigns vs. Kevin Owens

We go to the ring and out first comes Roman Reigns to the cage as JoJo does the introduction. WWE Universal Champion Kevin Owens is out next.

Owens with some trash talking before they lock up but he quickly goes for the cage door. Reigns stops him. Owens goes for the door again but Reigns stop him. Owens tries to climb the cage but he’s stopped. Back and forth. Reigns hits a big forearm for a mixed reaction. We go back to commercial after more action.

More back and forth and escape attempts after the break. Reigns drops Owens for another 2 count. Reigns talks trash and unloads in the corner as fans count along. Owens blocks a boot and hits a German suplex. Owens with the corner cannonball. Reigns stops Owens from going for the door. Owens goes for the senton but lands on knees. Reigns goes for the door but Owens grabs his leg. They trade shots as they get to their feet now.

Owens with a knee to the gut. Reigns avoids a pop-up powerbomb. More back and forth in the middle of the ring now. They unload with strikes. Owens with a superkick. Reigns blocks the pop-up powerbomb with a Superman punch for a 2 count. Reigns readies for a spear but runs into a kick. Owens with the pop-up powerbomb for a close 2 count. Owens climbs the cage and gets to the top but Reigns grabs a leg. They fight on the top rope now. Owens talks trash and slams Reigns’ head into the steel repeatedly. Reigns nails a Superman punch from the top and they both fall to the mat. Owens calls for the door to be opened. Owens climbs out of the door while Reigns climbs the cage wall. Reigns makes it to the floor just a second before Owens makes it out. Reigns gets the non-title win.

Winner: Roman Reigns

After the match, Rusev runs down but Reigns gets the upperhand as they brawl outside of the cage. Reigns goes down as Owens kicks the cage door into him from the inside. They bring Reigns in the ring and work him over. Rusev brings a chain in the ring and locks the door shut with he, Owens and Reigns inside. They double team Reigns now. Rusev applies The Accolade as Owens talks trash in Reigns’ face. Seth Rollins’ music hits and out he comes. Rollins climbs the cage as Owens tries to stop him. Rollins knocks him to the mat. Rusev also gets knocked off. Rollins leaps off the top of the cage and takes both men down. RAW goes off the air with everyone trying to get back to their feet inside the cage.

Inquirer Sports interview Roman Reigns
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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.”

Raw Results – September 12th, 2016
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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.

Roman tops PWI’s Annual 500 at #1
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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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