Roman Reigns' surprising confession


Roman Reigns' surprising confession

Before the birth of Bloodline, after winning the title of universal champion against Bray Wyatt and Braun Strowman, Roman Reigns was left alone, flanked only by Paul Heyman, for some time, defending the belt as much as possible.

In total, since he was champion, he has defended the belt 25 times among WWE athletes and, as we know well from what we have seen recently, YouTubers and one of those titled defenses took place against his cousin Jey Uso.

In September 2020, Jey Uso had earned a titled match by then facing the Tribal Chief in Clash of Champions. Although the champion kept the gold after Jimmy Uso threw a white towel in the ring to put an end to the brutal match on behalf of his twin, Jey was given a rematch at Hell In A Cell, inside the famous structure.

The match was an "I Quit" Match with the added proviso that if Jey Uso lost he would join his cousin, and we all know how it turned out. At the event Jey gave up as Roman was attacking Jimmy and eventually the two joined his cousin and Bloodline was born.

Roman Reigns is a great champion

During an interview with The Ringer's Jonathan Snowden, Roman Reigns reflected on his match against Jey Uso in Hell In A Cell, revealing that he felt very nervous for him, as he hadn't with any other opponent before.

"I've never been this nervous about anyone I've been in the ring with. I want everyone to do well, but I'm not going to get down. I'll make it look as great as possible. So you have to keep up. At the end of the day, you have to be.

able to work up to this level and not look out of place, and it didn't, man, in so many ways. I'm not going to dive into all the super stuff behind the scenes, but there was no time to argue. So there were a lot of instincts he was relying on.

The fact that we literally have a blood-level connection and relationship made it really easy for us to rely on our story and be comfortable with each other and also be able to bring out that kind of emotion in each other on the other." WWE played their first advert for the show last night at Crown Jewel, which featured what appeared to be the Bloodline competing inside WarGames. This means that it's likely that Reigns will be part of the event on November 26.

Roman Reigns Universal Champion