Diamond Dallas Page reflects on Roman Reigns

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Diamond Dallas Page reflects on Roman Reigns

Booker T is the most decorated wrestler in WCW history, having held 21 titles overall. During his WWE career, he won the World Heavyweight Championship once, the Intercontinental Championship once, the United States Championship three times, the Hardcore Championship twice and the World Tag Team Championship three times.

The 56-year-old from Plain Dealing also won the 17th edition of King of the Ring in 2006, becoming the eighth wrestler to complete the Grand Slam. In 2013 he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame as a single performer, while in 2019 as a member of 'Harlem Heat' along with his brother Stevie Ray.

A guest on the latest edition of 'The Bro Show' on Sportskeeda, Diamond Dallas Page invited Booker T to return to the ring to face Roman Reigns. “Of the former wrestlers in their 50s and 60s, Booker T is undoubtedly the one who has the best chance of returning to the ring.

His appearance is still flawless and does not feel the weight of the years. I have the feeling that he can enter the ring tomorrow as well. I would love to see him fight Roman Reigns in a very prestigious event. I'm sure Booker would be able to give an incredible show” - ruled Diamond Dallas Page.

Diamond Dallas Page on Roman Reigns

DDP also spoke of the Shane McMahon case: “You don't have to believe everything that happens in the world of wrestling. Shane has always been a classy type, in fact, I was shocked when I learned that he had been banned from WWE.

I do not rule out that this controversy is part of a larger project. Shane is a Hall of Famer and I've had several interactions with him in the past, I don't see why he should be crazy at any moment. I don't know what happened, I wasn't there, but part of me suggests it could be a storyline.

I wouldn't be surprised to see Shane at WrestleMania again. It is not true that he has a disproportionate ego and has never been overbearing towards other athletes or employees." Paul Heyman’s betrayal coupled with Roman Reigns’ master plan has done a lot to irk The Beast Incarnate.

The latter might be in the mood for a brawl to make a big statement on the show. Can we see him destroy the biggest heel in the promotion while confirming his WrestleMania pick on SmackDown tonight? Unless Lesnar plans on ditching his current gimmick, we might also see an epic war of words between him and his former advocate.