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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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Main Event: Dean Ambrose & Roman Reigns vs. WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day (Kofi Kingston & Big E) w/Xavier Woods

Ambrose & Kofi start. Kofi with a quick chest kick early. Ambrose responds with a shoulder tackle. Ambrose blocks a hiptoss and hits a slam, followed by a snap kneedrop. Kofi with some gut shots, Big E tags in. Big E with more gut shots, but Ambrose sidesteps a backdrop. Big E blocks a suplex, but Ambrose slips out of one and tags in Reigns. Double suplex by Reigns & Ambrose to Big E for 2. Reigns with throat thrusts and stomps to Big E in the corner. Big E comes back with a Belly-to-Belly. Big E stomps away at Reigns in the corner. New Day begin making frequent tags, stomping away at Reigns while Xavier plays his trombone. Sliding dropkick by Kofi to Reigns in the corner for 2. Knees to the ribs by Kofi, Big E tags in. More gut shots by Big E, followed by an avalanche in the corner. Big E off the ropes, but Reigns catches him with a flying clothesline. Ambrose in, flying forearm and right hands to Big E. Ambrose stomps away at Big E in the corner, followed by a running forearm and a bulldog. Kofi comes in, but Ambrose sends him into a clothesline by Reigns. Double clothesline by Reigns & Ambrose send Big E outside. Ambrose heads up top, standing elbow drop wipes out the New Day outside! Ambrose & Reigns stand tall in the ring as we go to commercial.

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Back from commercial as Kofi with a PK to Ambrose for 2. Cobra Clutch variation applied as we see that during the commercial break, New Day regained the advantage with Kofi hitting a running apron PK to Ambrose. Crowd wills on Ambrose as he gets free, but Kofi comes back with a dropkick for 2. Big E in, running big splash on Ambrose for 2. Xavier continues to play his trombone as the crowd chants “New Day Sucks.” Abdominal stretch applied by Big E, followed by more gut shots in the corner. Ambrose gets his boots up off a charge, but Big E stops him on the turnbuckles. Big E heads up top with Ambrose and goes for a Super Belly-to-Belly, but Ambrose blocks it and knocks Big E off the turnbuckles with headbutts. Missile dropkick by Ambrose, both men down.

Reigns & Kofi get the tags. Reigns with a clothesline and an alley-oop throat thrust. Big E knocked off the apron, Reigns catches a leaping Kofi with a Samoan Drop. Clothesline shots by Reigns in the corner, then one for Big E, knocking him back off the apron. Tilt-a-whirl slam by Reigns, the trigger is then set for the Superman Punch. Xavier hops up on the apron, distraction allows Kofi to roll-up Reigns for 2. Reigns now with a roll-up for 2, then power cleans Kofi into a sit-out powerbomb, but Big E breaks up the pin. Ambrose in, slips out of the Big Ending, falls back into the ropes, Jawbreaker Lariat to Big E! Ambrose with a head of steam, tope suicida wipes out Big E! Pendelum Kick by Kofi to avoid a Reigns corner charge. Kofi springboards back in, but Reigns catches him in mid-air with the Superman Punch!

Reigns makes a cover, but Xavier Woods runs in to break it up, causing the ref to ring the bell.

Winners: Roman Reigns & Dean Ambrose by DQ

Ambrose comes back in and grabs Xavier, hitting him with Dirty Deeds. Big E back in, Spear by Reigns to Big E! Old-School Double Powerbomb by Reigns & Ambrose to Xavier!

Ambrose & Reigns grab a mic. Ambrose says that felt pretty good, that felt damn good. I don’t know about you, Roman, but I’m not done yet! I don’t care if its stupid, or they call it crazy, but I want another crack at that big, old black sheep in the Wyatt Family.

Reigns asks if the Miami crowd wants to see more? Then Wyatts, bring your asses down here, right now!

We see the Wyatt Family appear on the Titantron. Bray Wyatt says we can do this, but at Night of Champions. But before, it will be your Doomsday. Shhhhh, can you hear the footsteps? The apocolypse walks among you in the form of a black sheep.

Braun Strowman removes his sheep mask and tells Ambrose & Reigns to run as the show closes.

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Where is Roman placed on the PWI’s 2015 rankings? Check it out below:

For PWI’s 25th Annual Ranking for 2015,  Roman is #4 as he has jumped up 3 places. The reason why he is number 4 is because he has undoubtly had a successful year including winning the Royal Rumble, main eventing Wrestlemania 31 and he has had top matches ever since he won the Rumble including his bout with Daniel Bryan, The Big Show and in a Fatal 4 Way match which took place at the Payback PPV. To other reasons why PWI placed Roman as #4, check out the article below:

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Braun Strowman vs. Dean Ambrose

We go to the ring and out comes Braun Strowman with Luke Harper and Bray Wyatt. We get a replay of Braun’s debut last week and his appearance on SmackDown. Wyatt takes the mic and thanks Sister Abigail for his greatest gift – The Black Sheep, Braun Strowman. Wyatt says Braun’s night is tonight and he will show the WWE Universe why he exists. Wyatt goes on and tells Braun to remove his mask to show the face of destruction. Braun takes the mic and says this isn’t the beginning, it’s the end… the apocalypse. He drops the mic and we go to commercial.

Back from the break and out comes Dean Ambrose. He stops at ringside and out comes his back-up through the crowd – Roman Reigns. The bell rings and Ambrose finally attacks but Braun shoves him to the mat. Braun tosses Ambrose across the ring a few times. Braun drops Ambrose with a big right hand as Harper and Wyatt look on from the bottom of the ramp. Fans chant for Ambrose as Reigns looks on from ringside. Ambrose ducks a clothesline and unloads with strikes but Braun grabs him by his face. Braun drops Ambrose to his knees and hits a big running boot that sends Ambrose out to the floor. Braun follows and sends Ambrose into the barrier. Braun crushes Ambrose’s face into the barrier and pushes him at Reigns’ feet. Braun takes Ambrose over to the announce table area but Reigns attacks him from behind for the disqualification.

Winner by DQ: Braun Strowman

– After the bell, Braun fights Reigns off and sends him int the barrier. Ambrose comes over but Braun tosses him over the announce table. Reigns gets tossed over the barrier. Ambrose jumps off the announce table but Braun tosses him on the floor. Braun picks Reigns up and just tosses him into the ropes like he’s nothing from the floor. Braun brings it in the ring and applies the choke on Reigns. Ambrose with a chair shot from behind but it does nothing. Ambrose gets dropped again. Harper finally comes in and superkicks Reigns down. Braun chokes Ambrose out and drops him besides Reigns as fans boo. Wyatt motions Braun to pick Reigns up and he drops him again. Wyatt comes in the ring now and has Braun pick Reigns up. Wyatt turns upside down in the corner and hits Sister Abigail on Reigns. Fans boo as The Wyatt Family poses over Reigns.

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Nubyjas J Wilborn from Tallahassee Democrat got to interview Roman as WWE Live comes to Florida this weekend. Read what he had to say below:

Like a lot of young men, Roman Reigns had dreams of becoming a pro wrestler and playing in the NFL.

On Sunday, the 30-year-old, 6-foot-3, 265-pound Pensacola native will take on Bray Wyatt at the Civic Center as WWE comes to Tallahassee.

“As a kid growing up… I was immersed in wrestling,” Reigns said. “Both football and wrestling were so important to my family. I’ve been training my body since I was young boy, I’m built for this.”

Reigns, whose real name is Leati Joseph Anoa’i, had a breakout year in 2015. He won the Royal Rumble, which gained him entrance to the main event at WrestleMania.

Life for the former football player moves quickly. Reigns went from Escambia High to Georgia Tech. After leaving college, he ended his football career ended after the 2008 Canadian Football League season with the Edmonton Eskimos.

After football was done he decided to enter the family business in 2010. His father, Sika and uncle, Afa wrestled as the “Wild Samoans” tag team. He’s also related to Umaga, Yokozuna, Rikishi, the Tonga Kid, Rocky Johnson and The Rock. Yes, that Rock, movie star Dwayne Johnson.

Reigns talks to Tallahassee Democrat about life as a professional wrestler in WWE.

How did you switch from football to wrestling?

“I was a big boy down in the trenches. So at first I had to knock off some of that football weight, to a more aesthetic look. It took me three years to get comfortable at 320, then I suddenly had to drop weight. I cut my portions in half and stopped eating as a 300-pound man and more like 240-260-pound guy, who is lean and cut.”

Do you count calories?

“I don’t get too crazy with that. I make sure all my meals have a ton of protein, a complex carb and healthy fats. Eat like a caveman, if it grew from the earth, or eats what grows from the earth, chances are it’s safe to eat. If it’s processed or created in a lab, I stay away from it.”

How do you eat right, workout and rest while doing 4-5 shows a week?

“The diet is the easiest of the three. For the most part everywhere we go, there are restaurants where we can find a healthy meal. Thank God for these phone we have nowadays, we can find gyms much easier than the old days. But even if you can’t find a gym you can always do a body weight workout. Sleep is the hardest part, I’m still looking for a system.

What does your workout look like?

“My workouts are all about moving a lot weight very fast. I’m old school. I do squats, Olympic lifts and heavy compound movements. I’m not the guy, who is going to be flipping a log 50 times. I have always trained for explosion and it shows in the ring.

What is the most painful thing to happen to you in the ring?

“Anytime a grown man picks you up over his head with the intention of dropping it’s going to hurt. But if I had to pick one, it would be the time Big Show, who is over 7 feet, choke-slammed me out of the ring and through some tables. I threw up blood for a couple of days after that one.”

If you could do a program with any wrestler past or present that capped off with the WrestleMania main event, who would it be?

“No matter what I’m going to always want to take the belt of Rollins. He stole my moment and I’ll never forget what he did to me. It may look like my hands are full with the Wyatt’s, but Seth is always on my mind. I won’t feel complete until I pay him back.

 

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Jim Varsallone of MiamiHerald interviews Roman to hype up WWE’s tour coming to Florida, check the interview out below:

Winning the Royal Rumble to earn a WrestleMania main event spot is one to celebrate.

Roman Reigns did just that, even though the crowd thought otherwise.

“To be completely honest, it was confusing,” Reigns said. “The reaction. All you got to do is watch it, and it speaks for itself.”

Fans were cheering Roman Reigns, this strong 6-4, tough, no-nonsense, good looking athlete, but at the Royal Rumble in January, they booed when he won. Futhermore, tweeters erupted on Twitter with their childish ‘#CancelWWENetwork’ rant. Though, those jeers were not directly because Reigns won but rather because WWE underdog poster-boy Daniel Bryan did not.

WWE gave Reigns a chance. WWE fans did not.

“For me, personally, to nail it down — outside of the reaction from the crowd — it was the greatest moment of my life,” Reigns said. “I’m a father to a 7-year old little girl, so the greatest thing I can do is provide a future for her. That was a good moment in that process for me of being a provider. No matter what the reaction was, to be able to do that with my cousin, The Rock Dwayne Johnson, to share that moment and get some awesome advice and some good direction, it was great.”

That moment set a tone.

“It was a groundbreaker for what happened [after] for six, seven, eight months,” Reigns said. “I’m extremely proud of that night. I’m extremely proud of how I responded and turned things around. If I can stay healthy, and God favors me, the sky is the limit.”

WWE and its fans made Reigns defend that spot (the main event of WrestleMania) at the next pay-per-view, Fastlane, against their No.1 son Daniel Bryan. Reigns beat Bryan to still main event WrestleMania 31 in March against the WWE World champ and former UFC champ The Beast Incarnate Brock Lesnar.

The battle between those two intimidating forces at Mania lived up to the hype.

Was that WrestleMania 31 match with Brock Lesnar the most intense, physical matchup for Reigns?

“One hundred percent,” Reigns answered. “Brock Lesnar is a physical specimen. If you don’t match that intensity, he’s going to walk all over you…I visited Suplex City, and I returned to Pensacola, Florida safe and sound. Everybody’s got to deal with that situation in their own way, and I thought I handled it to the best of my abilities.”

Seth Rollins, who owned the Money in the Bank briefcase, cashed in, after the physical brutality displayed in the physically exhausting Lesnar/Reigns match to become the new WWE World champ.

“Obviously my former brother [Rollins] picked his spot correctly,” Reigns said. “He let the animals take each other out, and then he came out and stole the moment.”

The year prior at WrestleMania 30, Lesnar did something no one else did nor thought possible as he defeated The Undertaker to end the streak. More than a year in the making, the much anticipated rematch occured at SummerSlam on Sunday, Aug. 23 from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

Prior to SummerSlam, Reigns said: “It’s a different perspective of it coming from me, especially because I faced Brock at the next Mania. So to me it’s kind of weird. If I were to put one word on it — groundbreaking. This is a big draw. This is what it’s all about. These are moments that are only made after a lot of experience and a lot of time has been put in. These two guys have been wrestling for a long time. It’s exciting. This is history in the making.”

Reigns grew up with pro wrestling as his family tree is rooted into the business. His father is WWE Hall of Famer Sika the Wild Samoan. Rosey, Yokozuna, Rikishi, Umaga, The Tonga Kid, and The Rock are also branching on their tree. With that kind of lineage, the 30-year-old Reigns lived pro wrestling his entire life.

“Oddly enough, the Deadman [Undertaker] is a good friend of my family,” Reigns said. “He has a huge love and respect for my family members, and what we’ve done in the business. We’ve always had a great respect for The Undertaker, the Godfather of the business, and if any of us can follow in his footsteps, the business will continue to grow and get better.”

WWE Sunshine State Tour

Get your popcorn and your tickets.

WWE will be in Florida in late August and early September, and some events offer VIP meet-n-greet packages.

Here we go.

Just five days after SummerSlam, WWE visits the Germain Arena, 11000 Everblades Pkwy., on Friday, Aug. 28 in Estero/Fort Myers. Bell time is 7:30 p.m. for this house show (no TV).

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WWE continues its Florida swing on Saturday, Aug. 29 for a house show at the Amway Center, 400 W. Church St., #200, in Orlando. Bell time is 7:30 p.m.

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WWE travels to the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center, 505 W. Pensacola St., at Florida State University on Sunday, Aug. 30 in Tallahassee. Bell time is 5 p.m.

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WWE will also be at the Ocean Center, 101 N. Atlantic Ave., on Sunday, Aug. 30 in Daytona Beach. Bell time is 7 p.m.

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WWE Raw is at the Amalie Arena, 401 Channelside Dr., on Monday, Aug. 31 in Tampa. Bell time is 7:30 p.m. with the live television show beginning at 8 p.m. on USA Network.

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WWE SmackDown is at the AmericanAirlines Arena, 601 Biscayne Blvd, on Tuesday, Sept. 1 in Miami. Bell time is 7 p.m. The taped SmackDown will be broadcast 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 3 on Syfy.

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Reigns said: “I’m all about Miami. I’m all about Florida. I’m a Florida boy. I was born and raised in Pensacola, Florida, but I’m a beach boy. I’ve spent the majority of my time on the beach. I have a huge respect and a love and a lot of gratitude toward my state. I look forward to any time we can do a loop in Florida. It really brings a huge smile to my face and my heart because it takes me home; it takes me to my family. I get to be with my little girl and my wife, and they get to experience it with me.

“So bring the family out. We’re going to have a great time. There’s nothing like Miami. If you’ve been to Miami, you already know. Come check us out.”

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