Roman Reigns has big plans for his future



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Roman Reigns has big plans for his future

Chieftain Roman Reigns, who has long been joined every week by his loyal Bloodline, continues to be unstoppable as a champion and has become WWE's biggest attraction since John Cena. With the Cenation leader, Reigns would appear to have similar plans for the future once his aspirations in the federation wane.

Became famous as part of one of the largest WWE stables, the Shield together with Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose now Jon Moxley in WWE, after disbanding in 2014, Roman Reigns started racing solo and, after 2020 thanks to a turn heel, the latter achieved great results.

As a tribal leader, he added the Usos, Paul Heyman, Sami Zayn and Solo Sikoa alongside him to form the most dominant faction of Friday Night SmackDown.

Roman Reigns wants to make movies

Now Roman Reigns is currently enjoying his 800+ day reign as champion, he has truly defeated all sorts of opponents and many think the end is still a long way off.

Despite this, WWE co-CEO Nick Khan previously teased that big plans are planned to help Roman carve a path in the world of cinema. The former Shield member himself then commented on a career in Hollywood: “It's something I want to dabble in and gain more experience.

I want to use these tools that I have learned. Wrestling is child's play. You need to come to a point where you can move on and continue to connect with the world as you evolve. I think I have the ability to do that. I have a good enough resume to go through with it.

I'm going to look out and do this, I've already done it and I want to continue." Roman Reigns made his film debut in Fast and Furious: Hobbs and Shaw, with his cousin Dwayne The Rock Johnson playing Mateo Hobbs.

The chieftain is currently booked to lead the Bloodline against the Brawling Brutes, Sheamus, Butch and Ridge Holland, Drew McIntyre and Kevin Owens in a War Games match at WWE Survivor Series. Reigns revealed that since he and Jey already had a close-knit relationship, they were comfortable talking about their shared history as part of the rivalry.

“I’m not going to dive into all the super backstage stuff, but there was no time to discuss,” Reigns says. “So there were a lot of instincts that were relied on. The fact that we have literally a brother-level connection and relationship, it made it really easy for us to just rely on our history and being comfortable with each other and also being able to push that type of emotion out of each other."