Roman Reigns narrowly escaped disaster at the conclusion of this week's episode of SmackDown Live, just barely getting out of the way from falling equipment and debris backstage.
WWE has only had Roman Reigns wrestle on a part-time basis since his return, but the Big Dog will indeed be competing at next week's SummerSlam pay-per-view.
You might have assumed The Rock's pick for WWE's next big thing would be Roman Reigns, but that is not the case.
In today's WWE, the vast majority of superstars are forced to cut scripted promos, rather than simply make up their own on the spot.
There will be lots of speculation as to who attacked Roman Reigns backstage at SmackDown on Tuesday. An interesting photo might have spoiled things.
Tuesday's SmackDown ended with a weird closing segment that involved Roman Reigns almost getting squashed by some backstage props.
So Roman Reigns nearly killed one of the cameramen working on the set of Hobbs & Shaw during a scene.
Roman Reigns returned to WWE in February after missing several months due to Leukemia diagnosis, and the company has only used him sparingly since he made the emotional comeback.
Roman Reigns is back in the thick of things after having to relinquish the Universal Title last October when he shocked the WWE Universe with news of returning leukemia.
AEW is emerging as a serious threat to the WWE, and it appears as though Vince McMahon will rely on two marquee superstars to keep the locker room afloat as the competition heats up.
On this week's edition of the Smart Marks of Wrestling show, we talk Raw, SmackDown under Heyman and Bischoff plus exclusive Roman Reigns interview.
During our one-on-one interview with Roman Reigns, he called WWE a lion's den where those who want to be in WWE and reach the top of the industry can't be afraid to crack a few eggs on their way up.
It's no secret that a handful of WWE superstars are unhappy with where they stand right now, and it only feels like a matter of time until some of them leave for AEW.
Roman Reigns said, during an exclusive Brisk "Cans of Whup Ass" interview, he wished WWE would have given the brand split a legit chance.
Roman Reigns doesn't think his working relationship with Jon Moxley will be the same following the superstar's departure from WWE earlier this year.
Roman Reigns revealed during an interview with the Sportster, he is fully committed to WWE for two more years but could see himself transitioning out as he gets the closure he needs.
During an exclusive interview with Roman Reigns, The Sportster chatted with the WWE Superstar about his new partnership with Brisk and his role in the upcoming film Hobbs and Shaw. Near the end of our...