John Cena Sr. on Roman Reigns' next opponent

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John Cena Sr. on Roman Reigns' next opponent

During the last episode of Friday Night Smackdown the WWE Tribal Chief Roman Reigns has once again certified that he is the best wrestler of the blue show and in general probably of the blue roster with Reigns who in the Main Event he beat in a match valid for the title Daniel Bryan.

Thanks to this success, the Big Dog of the company has forever ousted the most beloved Yes Man of the WWE Universe from Smackdown, eliminating his umpteenth opponent in the way of him. Since his return to SummerSlam, Roman Reigns has slowly destroyed anyone who had been in his path and no one seems to be able to worry him at the moment.

Despite this and despite no one has announced it yet, it seems that the next to challenge Roman Reigns is the Swiss wrestler Cesaro. John Cena Sr. believes Samoa Joe should be challenging Roman Reigns for the WWE Universal Championship instead of Cesaro.

John Cena Sr. on Roman Reigns

In a recent interview on Boston Wrestling MWF with reporter Dan Mirade, John Cena Sr., father of WWE legend John Cena, spoke about who he felt should be a worthy opponent for the WWE Tribal Chief.

Here are his words: "I would have liked to have seen a match between Roman Reigns and Samoa Joe. It made more sense and I think you could build a good storyline around all of this, it would have been the Tribal Chief battle, an extraordinary battle.

I think you could run a storyline for 3-4 months but alas I don't write for WWE." In fact, the company last April 15 decided to release, along with other wrestlers, also Samoa Joe. Cesaro will face Roman Reigns with the former already having declared that he wants to 'avenge' his friend Daniel Bryan and they will probably entertain the main feud in the Main Roster.

In recent weeks Cesaro wanted to clash with Roman Reigns but the Tribal Chief chose instead to face Daniel Bryan and this week has closed the accounts for good. Roman Reigns and Samoa Joe feuded during their time on WWE RAW between 2017 and 2019.

However, the WWE Universal Champion has not faced Joe since he embraced his Samoan heritage as The Tribal Chief in 2020. Joe worked for the same promotion as John Cena, Ultimate Pro Wrestling (UPW), earlier in his career. John Cena Sr. added that Samoa Joe is “one of the best in the business” and “a great loss” to WWE.