Roman Reigns does not agree with Cody Rhodes' claims that he is the biggest draw in all of pro wrestling right now.
Cody Rhodes has proven a lot of people wrong this past year as he has taken the pro wrestling world by storm since leaving WWE in search of greener pastures. The man formerly known as Stardust has basically competed against everyone he wanted to, and in June, all his hard work culminated in a World Championship win laying claim to Ring Of Honor's top title.
The ROH Championship is one that Cody still holds and at the show's latest pay-per-view, Global Wars, this weekend Rhodes successfully defended the gold against Kushida. After the match, Cody had some pretty braggadocios comments to make that were posted in the form of a video on ROH's Twitter account. Cody claimed that he had backed up everything he said he was going to do and that he is the biggest draw in professional wrestling right now.
It turns out thanks to a fan on social media, Roman Reigns caught wind of Cody's pretty big claims. A fan tweeted an article featuring the video clip to Reigns and needless to say The Big Dog was less than impressed. Reigns replied that he didn't even need to click the link, and that if the "house didn't draw over 100k" then "he's just talking silly."
What Roman is referring to of course is the crowd at WrestleMania 32, which reportedly housed over 101,000 fans in total. When Cody uses the term draw he likely means it in a less literal way than Reigns has posed. This isn't the first time Reigns and members of the Bullet Club have clashed recently either. The former WWE Champion said last week that pro wrestling needs unique characters and not people acting like they're DX which was clearly a shot at Cody and his buddies, and maybe even a few members of the WWE roster.
While the ongoing beef between Reigns and Rhodes is pretty interesting, it's not likely one which is going to lead anywhere or even continue on much longer. Cody has no intentions of coming back to WWE anytime soon and Reigns will likely soon get bored of replying to wrestlers that he probably believes to be beneath his station.