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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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Roman Reigns may have won the 2015 Royal Rumble Match, but Brock Lesnar’s opponent at WrestleMania won’t be known until Feb. 22, when Reigns and Daniel Bryan square off at WWE Fastlane for the right to challenge the beastly WWE World Heavyweight Champion.

WWE Fastlane’s huge matchup was made on the Feb. 2 Raw after WWE COO Triple H — in an effort to address The Rock’s controversial involvement in Reigns’ Royal Rumble win “head-on” — proposed that Lesnar’s WrestleMania challenger be decided in a bout between Reigns and the winner of that night’s match between Bryan and Seth Rollins. The WWE Universe’s favorite “Yes!” Man went on to defeat Mr. Money at the Bank, thanks in part to The Big Dog Superman Punching Rollins. With that, two of WWE’s most popular Superstars will meet one-on-one at WWE Fastlane, with the coveted title opportunity up for grabs

For Reigns, the 2014 Superstar of the Year, the bout marks perhaps the penultimate hurdle on his quest to become WWE World Heavyweight Champion, an accomplishment that some suggest is almost a birthright. Born to the iconic Anoa’i family— a sports-entertainment dynasty that counts The Rock and WWE Hall of Famers Yokozuna and The Wild Samoans as members — the Superstar with the Superman Punch has been touted as a future main eventer since arriving in WWE as a member of The Shield in November 2012.

Bryan, however, is every bit as hungry for a WWE World Heavyweight Title Match at WrestleMania, if not more so. The bearded warrior shocked the world when he captured the WWE World Heavyweight Title at last year’s WrestleMania, but a serious neck injury sidelined him just as his title reign was getting underway, prompting The Authority to strip him of the championship without being beaten. Now, Bryan hopes to bring the “Yes!” Movement to even greater heights by defeating Reigns en route to challenging The Beast Incarnate.

Which WWE fan favorite will rise to the occasion in WWE Fastlane’s game-changing match? Will the juggernaut Reigns Spear his way past the absurdly skilled and double-tough underdog? Or can the fiery Bryan scratch and claw his way into the WrestleMania title match for a second year in a row?

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Byron Saxton walks up on Roman Reigns backstage and asks what his journey to WrestleMania 31 has been like. Reigns says he went through the Rumble and then the Yes Movement. When he gets through all that, he’s got to face The Beast. Reigns says he’s just focused on the destination – WrestleMania. Saxton asks about The Authority and Daniel Bryan. Reigns says he has a ton of respect for Bryan but if he got eliminated in the Rumble, he would take it like a man. He can’t say the same for Bryan. Reigns says the only reason Bryan has a chance of going to WrestleMania is because of him. Reigns says he gave Bryan the opportunity and now he’s going to take it away.

Roman Reigns vs. Kane

We go to the ring and out comes Daniel Bryan to a pop. He will be watching the next match from ringside. We go to commercial.

We get another look at Tag Team Turmoil. Bryan is actually on commentary for this match. Roman Reigns makes his way through the crowd and looks at Bryan as Kane makes his way out. Reigns takes Kane to the corner and works him over but Kane fights right out. Reigns comes back with a big suplex and a 2 count. Bryan starts a big “yes!” chant from the announcers table and it distracts Reigns, allowing Kane to turn it around.

Kane keeps control and takes Reigns down with a headlock. Kane with more offense and a 2 count. Reigns fights up and breaks a headlock with a big sideslam. Kane charges in the corner but gets hit. Reigns leap from the second rope but Kane knocks him out of mid-air for a 2 count. Kane keeps control and hits a big dropkick for another close 2 count. Kane charges but runs into a big boot. Reigns fights back and comes off the second rope again, this time taking Kane down. Fans were chanting “you can’t wrestle, yes he can” at one point. Reigns with a clothesline in the corner and stomps. Reigns hits a big Samoan Drop for a 2 count. Bryan starts another “yes!” chant and it distracts Reigns, allowing Kane to boot him. Kane sends Reigns to the floor and takes the announce table apart. Kane goes for a chokeslam but Reign counters and spears him on the floor. Reigns rolls back in as Kane gets counted out.

Winner by Count Out: Roman Reigns

After the bell, Reigns and Bryan stare at each other. Reigns talks some trash. Bryan stands on top of the announce table and gets another “yes!” chant going. Reigns looks on and smiles as Bryan’s music plays.

Daniel Bryan vs. Big Show

Roman Reigns makes his way through the crowd to join the announcers for tonight’s main event. Back to commercial.

Back from the break and Reigns is not on commentary, he’s just watching from ringside. Big Show and Daniel Bryan are out and as expected, Bryan gets a big pop. Show takes control and takes Bryan to the corner for big chops. Bryan fights back with kicks. He chops Show’s knee twice and goes to kick it. Show shoves him off and still hasn’t gone down. Show drops Bryan with a headbutt. Show keeps control until Bryan applies a sleeper hold and finally gets him down on both knees.

Show powers up and breaks it but Bryan keeps him on his knees with kicks. Show blocks the last kick and chops Bryan out of mid-air. Show drops an elbow. Reigns has been taking selfies with fans at ringside and continues to do so as we go to commercial.

Back from the break and Show dominates Bryan as fans chant “you sold out.” Bryan comes back with kicks and charges but Show catches him in a big bear hug and holds it. Bryan brings Show over the top rope onto the apron and holds it into a submission. Show tumbles to the floor. Fans cheer as Reigns starts throwing merchandise into the crowd. Apparently this is to distract Bryan. Bryan runs the ropes for a dive but Show catches him in mid-air. Bryan counters and rams Show into the steel ring post. Show grabs Bryan and throws him into Reigns. Bryan and Reigns shove each other. Show ends up spearing Reigns into the barrier as Bryan side steps. Show brings Bryan back in the ring now.

Bryan makes a comeback and hits the dropkicks in the corner. Show blocks the third and grabs Bryan for a chokeslam. Bryan blocks it and applies the Yes Lock. Show make it to the bottom rope and breaks the hold. Bryan with kicks now. He hits the roundhouse and covers for a pin attempt but Show launches him across the ring. Bryan goes to the top rope but Reigns runs in and nails Show with a Superman punch for the disqualification.

Winner by DQ: Big Show

After the bell, Show’s music hits and he smiles from the ramp. Reigns turns around and Bryan comes off the top with a missile dropkick that sends Reigns out of the ring. Bryan mouths to Reigns to come get some and they stare each other down. Reigns hits the ring and takes Bryan to the corner with shoulder thrusts. Fans boo. Reigns tosses Bryan out of the ring and they mostly cheer at first. Bryan looks upset while on his knees. Reigns looks down at him from the ring. Bryan runs back in the ring and tackles Reigns. They roll around on the ring and trade shots. Reigns pulls Bryan out of the ring and the brawl continues. Reigns slams Bryan back into the barrier and he goes down. Reigns with a big right hand. Bryan fires back with rights of his own as referees try to break them up. Reigns tosses Bryan hard into the barrier. Reigns rolls Bryan back in the ring but referees are still trying. Fans chant “let them fight” as they’re both held back in the ring. Things look to calm down as Bryan points up at the WrestleMania banner. Bryan extends his hand for a shake. They quickly, barely shake hands. They turn again but turn right back around and start brawling. Bryan dropkicks Reigns over the top rope. Bryan nails a dive and sends Reigns into the barrier. Bryan with kicks. Reigns tosses Bryan into the crowd and they fight by the production area. They fight back to the timekeeper’s area. Bryan beats Reigns over the back with a chair. Reigns comes right back with a huge forearm to the face. Reigns wrestles Bryan back to ringside and over the announcer’s table. Reigns is beating on Bryan with right hands as referees and agents try to break it up. Bryan stands on top of the announce table with referees around him as Reigns is held back at ringside. Reigns is bleeding pretty bad. Reigns tell Bryan to wait until Sunday as RAW goes off the air.

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Roman Reigns joins Byron Saxton in the studio, and Reigns says last night was incredible, but Byron says Reigns has his critics. Reigns says he’s never called himself the most experienced guy in the locker room, and they are entitled to their opinions, but he jumps in the deep end to survive. He tells a story about learning how to swim, and he says he applies that wrestling all the time, then he talks about the Philadelphia crowd. Reigns says he was hoping for a better reception, but the fans are entitled to boo or cheer who they want, and this isn’t about them being fair to him. Byron makes a comment about being ‘handpicked’ to be on top, and Reigns rolls his eyes and says he needs to work hard for everything he has, and he will either capitalize or not, and time will tell. They talk about The Rock coming out to his aid last night, and Reigns says there’s nothing better than having family get your back. Reigns says it was an honor last night, but he’s looking forward to meeting Brock Lesnar at Wrestlemania, and meeting him tonight too.

Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar are face-to-face in the studio and Paul Heyman shakes Reigns’ hand, and he says he always respected him and is proud of his accomplishment. Heyman says he would like to ask the questions here, and Heyman says he’s known Reigns’ family longer than Reigns actually has. He tells stories about how he knew each member of his family, including Rikishi, The Usos, The Wild Samoans, and Heyman says he is really proud of how far Reigns has come. Heyman says he knows The Rock, but The Rock also knows Brock Lesnar, and The Rock was “the guy” in 2002, but he ran into Brock Lesnar. He says Reigns is the ‘next best thing’ like Brock was, but the difference is Brock beat The Rock and there never was a rematch because it’s all The Rock could handle.

Heyman says he doesn’t get why The Rock doesn’t tell Reigns what he is in store for, and he gets that Reigns is “the one” to beat the one in 21-1, but Reigns and his family will be disappointed. He says Reigns will lose the main event of Wrestlemania and asks Reigns what he thinks, but Reigns says he wants to answer Lesnar himself. Reigns says he knows who and what Lesnar is, but Lesnar doesn’t know him, and he will take that title away; they both know it, but if he can’t, he’s taking a piece of Lesnar with him. Reigns says he should believe that, then Lesnar gets in his face, and they end up shaking hands; Lesnar says he doesn’t respect him like Heyman does, but Reigns says he will.

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In an emotional exclusive video, Roman Reigns brings the WWE Universe into his world as he prepares for the Royal Rumble.

   

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Miz and R-Truth start out, and they trade a few stirkes before Miz hiptosses Truth on the apron and crotches him on the ropes. BUBBA RAY DUDLEY is entry 3, and he rushes in and clotheslines Miz a few times before backdropping him. Bubba jabs him a few times and elbows him, then he sets up WAZZUP and Truth connects from the top rope. Bubba says TRUTH! GET THE TABLES! and the crowd loses it, then Miz gets caught with a Dudley Death Drop by the two of them, and Miz gets tossed outside. Truth dropkicks Bubba before Luke Harper enters, then Bubba sends Truth outside before Bubba and Harper slug it out. Harper kicks Bubba in the face before Bubba clotheslines him, then he misses an elbow drop as Bray Wyatt enters and they attack Bubba together. Bubba gets sent outside as Curtis Axel makes his way out, but Erick Rowan attacks him on the ramp and runs in the ring. Rowan and Harper seem to align before Bray and Harper target Rowan, but Rowan splashes them both in the corner before Bray dumps them both over the ropes. Boogeyman is the next entry and he and Bray try to psyche each other out before Boogeyman charges and Bray sends him outside. Sin Cara runs in and Bray hits him coming off the ropes, then he hits Sister Abigail and throws Cara over the ropes before calling everyone out.

DDP, Fandango and Stardust all come in and Bray and Rusev take care of them, then Daniel Bryan runs in and kicks them both a few times before Rusev backdrops Bryan on the apron. Bray tackles Bryan off the apron and eliminates him, then Goldust runs in and he dukes it out with Stardust before Kofi Kingston makes his way in. Kofi connects with a few dropkicks before Adam Rose enters, then Kofi gets thrown onto the Rosebuds and they send Kofi back onto the apron as Rose gets eliminated. Rusev ends up kicking Kofi off the apron, then Roman Reigns enters at Number 19 and he immediately gets attacked by Goldust and Stardust. Reigns hits Stardust with a Samoan drop before eliminating them both, then Reigns hits Rusev and Wyatt as Big E enters. E connects with a few strikes and tries to fight as Sandow makes his way out, but Miz says he is taking Sandow’s spot, and Miz gets knocked outside. Sandow runs in the ring and connects with some strikes, but Rusev throws him outside as Jack Swagger makes his way out. Swagger knocks Rusev down and hits a Swagger Bomb, then Bray comes in and hits Swagger before Rusev joins in. Ryback enters and immediately hits Rusev with a spinebuster, then he connects with a Meathook but Rusev holds the ropes so Ryback stomps him.

Kane enters the match and hits Ryback and Rusev, then Bray splashes Reigns and E tries to send Swagger outside. Dean Ambrose runs in and unloads on Bray, Rusev and Kane, then Titus O’Neil enters and immediately gets sent outside. Bad News Barrett enters and goes right after Armbrose, then everyone chooses a corner and tries for elimination before Cesaro enters the match. Cesaro unloads with several uppercuts before he tries to eliminate Ambrose, then Rusev kicks E in the face and dropkicks him to eliminate him. Big Show makes him way out and everyone gangs up on him, then Show gains some steam and chokeslams Reigns, then he assists Kane by eliminating Ryback before they send Swagger outside. Show and Kane trade off with chops to Cesaro, then Dolph Ziggler is the final entrant and he runs in and hits an immediate DDT. Wade gets tossed out before Cesaro catches Dolph with a swing, then they trade punches before Dolph superkicks Cesaro off the apron. Kane tries to shove Dolph back but Dolph snaps Kane’s head on the ropes, then he heads up top but Show knocks him out on the way down and he assists Kane with the elimination. Kane and Show assist with another elimination, then they chokeslam Reigns and taunt him but THE ROCK runs out and takes Show and Kane down before he connects with a People’s Elbow on Kane. Rusev runs in, who was still legal, and tries to eliminate Reigns, but Reigns spears him and tosses him outside to win.

Winner: Roman Reigns

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