Roman Reigns Vows That He Has Plenty Of Fighting Left In Him

Roman Reigns has been wrestling on a part-time basis in WWE since coming back from his fight with Leukemia, but the Big Dog wants you to know that he's far from finished in the squared circle.

Reigns took to Twitter and vowed that he has a great deal of big fights in him, suggesting that his best has yet to come.

WWE didn't have Reigns compete at the marquee SummerSlam pay-per-view, but a major feud is just around the corner. The Big Dog has survived numerous attacks, and all signs are pointing to a program between Reigns and Daniel Bryan.

While being interrogated by Reigns last week, Buddy Murphy revealed that Rowan was responsible for the attacks on him. The incidents included somebody dropping backstage equipment and debris on Reigns, and somebody ramming his vehicle in the parking lot.

Rowan attacked Murphy during his match against Apollo Crews at SummerSlam. On this week's episode of SmackDown Live, Bryan and Rowan once again confronted Murphy, who confessed to lying about the incident involving Reigns.

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Bryan and Reigns are two of the marquee names on the SmackDown Live brand, and the two superstars haven't crossed paths much during their respective careers. But it seems like we're finally going to get a program between the two long-time main event superstars, and it should pick up on next week's episode of SmackDown.

Since returning to WWE in February, Reigns has gone through a handful of short-term feuds, including programs with Drew McIntyre, Elias and Shane McMahon. Now, we'll sit back and see how everything plays out with Bryan and Rowan here.

What This Means

Reigns is one of the most determined superstars to come around, and no matter how you feel about his character, you can't deny that the man is committed to being the best wrestler he can be.

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