WWE News: Roman Reigns Talks About His Match Against Braun Strowman
Last night, Roman Reigns earned a big accolade after his match with Braun Strowman. He became the first man to pin the mountain among men in the WWE who was undefeated in the singles contest. Ever since the WWE Draft, he was on a roll and even the Big Dog failed to match with his power. But, the odds were evened at Fastlane.
The Samoan superman was literally dominated for the entire matchup by the behemoth. But, during the end, Roman Reigns connected with two superman punches to him. Strowman further missed a top rope splash which allowed to connect Reigns with a spear to pick up a huge win.
It’s no wonder that this one will help Vince McMahon’s favorite one to gain momentum ahead of his Wrestlemania bout with the Undertaker. Prior to his appearance on Raw to confront The Undertaker, he appeared on the ‘Raw Talk’ show where he discussed what he felt while facing the human wrecking ball. He stated that his in-ring experience has helped a lot while overcoming the challenge from Strowman. Following are his full comments:
“You’ve seen Big Show for a long time. You’ve been around him for most of his career, and I have never been around anything like that. Being in the ring with Braun Strowman is a little bit of a smaller version of the Big Show, but that means he’s hungry, he’s willing to do big things that most people aren’t.”
The former Shield member also revealed his Wrestlemania plans to say that he needs to take some rest in order to put aside the minor injuries that he incurred during the feud against Strowman. He added that he is representing a bloodline and it would take more than a monster to finally stop him:
“It’s going to take more than a monster to take me out. It’s going to take everybody on this roster—everybody on the Red [Raw] side and the Blue [SmackDown] side. I’m here to stay. I’m the top dog here, I show it every single night and I’m not going to change.”
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