As it stated in Once upon a time, WWE fans really liked Roman Reigns.
Of course, WWE’s shown no signs of slowing down Reigns’s push, nor has there been any sign that they’ll turn him heel.
Fans responded – look no further than the 2014 Royal Rumble, where the audience completely rejected Batista eliminating Reigns to win the match.
It wasn’t long before the WWE Universe started to boo Reigns vociferously, doing their best to reject him and creating a problem that has been going on for more than two years.
When it was time for Reigns’s singles push, though, things changed.
as informed in WATCH: Check out some of the WWE records Roman Reigns holdsRoman Reigns’ list of accomplishments continues to grow as he prepares for WrestleMania 33.
Reigns holds a host of records, too, as detailed in the video above.
Plus, along with Triple H, he main-evented the largest-attended event in WWE history – last year’s WrestleMania, in front of over 101,000 people.
Roman Reigns has made a huge impact since debuting on WWE’s main roster in 2012.
The Big Dog is a three-time world champion, while he has also main-evented WrestleMania twice in addition to winning the 2015 Royal Rumble Match.
as informed in @WWERomanReigns articulated it perfectly in #WWEDusseldorf… pic.twitter.com/txiDQWGfuE — WWE (@WWE) February 23, 2017Follow Marc Middleton on Twitter at @this_is_marc.
– Below is video of Roman Reigns talking to members of the media before Wednesday’s WWE live event in Dusseldorf, Germany.
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Reigns adds that being able to travel and see the world is the biggest perk of the job.
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