From his first moments within the WWE, Roman Reigns has always given the impression of being an athlete out of the ordinary. Many expected an exploit from him, even after his well-known health problems, but Roman went far above the expectations of the fans of the Stamford company.
Roman is currently the Undisputed Champion on both of the company's top rosters and is one of the top champions in WWE history. In addition to the titles and high-level challenges, Roman is also the undisputed protagonist of the Bloodline, a faction that has total control of the titles and rosters, both on Monday Night RAW and on Friday Night SmackDown, with cousins, the Usos, who also hold the tag titles from the two shows.
Not only the family, as in recent months the Bloodline has also acquired a new member, or Sami Zayn. The Canadian wrestler grants a different form of show every time and has given an important contribution to Bloodline and Roman Reigns and is one of the main attractions of the company, with his relationship with Jey Uso which seems to be going to be a real crazy splinter in the next months.
Kurt Angle has had an outstanding pro wrestling career
Kurt Angle is very sincere
In the last episode of his The Kurt Angle Show, the homonymous WWE Hall of Famer of the McMahons, wanted to tell about the plans that the company had for his long titled reign in the early 2000s, which however never went on stage as it should have.
In his post, Angle stated, in reference to his reign that should have been like Reigns': "I was slated to have a long run as champion with the world title, for over a year. I was supposed to keep the title with me and they were supposed to give Team Angle the titles too - the tag team titles - and we were supposed to be like Roman Reigns and the Usos, with what they're doing right now.
This was what they had planned. These factions have become very popular over time. The NWO, DX, Team Angle. Like I said, we didn't get into that category because we couldn't hang around long enough to get enough respect. But I feel like we've done a good job and we're like one of those great factions, one of the best of all time." After his recent surgery, he didn't feel like he wanted to wrestle again.
If he wrestled again, the legend was afraid of getting "exposed" and wanted to be in a tag team match with younger wrestlers. “I don’t think so. I had a knee replacement five months ago. I’m good. I think I’ve had a good enough career that I’m very proud of.
If it does come to be, then it will probably be a tag match like Ric Flair did so that I don’t get exposed."