Roman Reigns decided to return to the WWE ring after announcing his leukemia a few months ago. 'The Big Dog' wants to be in top form at WrestleMania 35, which will take place on April 7th in East Rutherford. On February 25, 2019, Reigns made his return to Raw, revealing that is leukemia is once again in remission.
He was joined on stage by Rollins, before the two embraced. Later in the night, Reigns and Rollins would appear to assist Ambrose from an attack by Drew McIntyre, Bobby Lashley, Elias and Baron Corbin, hinting a possible reunion.
In a recent interview with Talk Sport, the former WWE Universal Champion discussed the fans' reaction to his return from leukemia: “It felt awesome. The reaction … you can’t really predict. You can assume, but for me, at that point, I was just so grateful for the outreach of support from when I broke the news.
I was immediately insecure about how people would take to it and there’s obviously a very certain and particular view of what people look like and how they act and recover to cancer and leukemia, so I had my concerns about just how this story would develop and how people would take to my real life situation, how they would take to Joe."