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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CBS Sports got to chat with Roman about his fan reaction, wrestling family & WWE goals. Read the full interview below: 

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?”

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Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose, Cesaro, & Orton vs. Bray, Harper, Owens, & Sheamus

Sheamus and Orton start off with Sheamus being distracted by the fans “You Look Stupid!” chant that makes him almost back into an early RKO.  He avoids it, however, and escapes to the outside…clutching his Money in the Bank briefcase.  He tags out to Kevin Owens and Cesaro hurries to get tagged in, landing a Stalling Suplex while Owens tried to punch his way out of it unsuccessfully.  Luke Harper and Dean Ambrose are tagged in and we get little previews of SummerSlam back-to-back-to-back.  Basement clothesline by Dean on Harper for a two-count.  Roman is tagged in, hits the same move more or less.  Bray is soon tagged and tosses Roman from corner to corner, but gets hit with a Roman clothesline.  Harper and Cesaro become legal and begin trading European Uppercuts before Cesaro is able to hit a Sunset Flip from the apron for a two-count.  Owens then interrupts his Cesaro Swing attempt on Harper.

Bray is tagged in and hits a nasty Avalanche on Cesaro in the corner and tags out to Sheamus.  Release Vertical Suplex by Sheamus on Cesaro, and Owens is tagged in.  Corner Cannonball by Owens on Cesaro, really slowing down The Swiss Superman with a close two-count.  Returning from commercial, we see Sheamus land a Finlay Roll on Cesaro and Bray hit a nasty Senton on him, as does Owens.  Cesaro tries to fight back out of the corner, but gets an Irish Curse Backbreaker for his troubles.  So far, this really seems like a GYSI type match as Cesaro finally hits a dropkick and gets the hot tag to Roman Reigns.  Several clotheslines in the corner for Sheamus followed by his “Drive-By” Dropkick on the apron.  Owens gets tagged in and owned with a Samoan Drop.  Sheamus tries to mimic the women with a tainted win, but only gets a two-count.  Sheamus calls for the Brogue Kick, turns for a cheap shot to Orton, and turns back around to get wasted by a Superman Punch from Roman!

Luke Harper and Dean Ambrose are tagged in and the bout speeds up quite a bit as Dean unloads his move set on Luke Harper and dumps him outside after his nod to Nigel McGuiness and his Jawbreaker Clothesline.  Owens breaks up a close two-count on Harper by Dean with a Senton.  Several finishers hit out of nowhere until the ultimate out-of-nowhere move, the RKO is hit.  More finishers ensue until Dean is able to wrangle Luke Harper up for Dirty Deeds and the win!

Winners – Dean Ambrose, Randy Orton, Roman Reigns, & Cesaro

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Check out Andrew Ramos’ full interview with Roman as he and other WWE Superstars ‘Answered the Call’ for NYPD and FDNY families outside Barclays Center.

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Interview with WWE Superstar Roman Reigns who was a part of a group of Superstars and Divas who visited firehouses and police precincts throughout New York city to support the Answer the Call the New York Police and Fire Widows’ and Children’s Benefit Fund.

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The Barclays Center is a special place for WWE Superstar Roman Reigns.

The venue marked the debut match for his three-man tag team/gang The Shield, which featured Reigns, Dean Ambrose and the current WWE World Champion Seth Rollins, at the “Tables, Ladders & Chairs” pay-per-view event on Dec. 12, 2012.

“That was our first match,” Reigns says. “At that point, we had a bunch of run-ins, but the world was waiting to see us wrestle a full match and everything. That’s a moment in time that I’ll never forget. It will always stay with me. It was hectic, it was crazy, but it was Brooklyn, so it made sense. So I’m looking forward to coming back.”

Reigns will be reuniting with Ambrose to take on the enigmatic Wyatt Family — Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper — in a tag-team match at “SummerSlam” this Sunday, in what will surely be a slobberknocker. Beyond that, all of the WWE championship titles will be on the line.

amNewYork spoke with Reigns.

How does it feel to partner with Ambrose again?

It feels good to have small talk and inside jokes out there. And to be able to laugh and watch Ambrose do something crazy, watch him freak out and start destroying stuff. It’s such a good dynamic, I think it’s going to be a great matchup. Anytime you put some Shield boys in the ring with some Wyatt boys, it turns into some magic and some hectic craziness, so hopefully we don’t burn the whole building down in one night.

What matches are you excited to watch?

To be honest, I’ve been so immersed in my feud, and my beef with Bray and Luke, and as you know, any time it becomes a family thing, all attention span is thrown out the window. I’m like an unleashed dog. I can’t focus. I just want to fight. I want to wrestle the Wyatts. I’ve got to be completely honest. Just right off the top of my head, I can say Brock [Lesnar] and [The Undertaker] is going to be the matchup of a lifetime. … I’ve been in the ring with both, even more so with Brock. I’d be extremely shocked if we didn’t see an epic match and one for the books.

Besides wrestling, what other events do you have planned around the city?

I’m doing a lot of work with DoSomething.com and Answer the Call and just for all our service people, the fire department, the police department up there in New York, we’re just looking forward to giving back and connecting and meeting new people.

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