A star defensive tackle at Georgia Tech, Roman Reigns wrecked offensive guards for both the Minnesota Vikings and the Jacksonville Jaguars before becoming a WWE Superstar.
For some, one versus all sounds like an unwinnable contest, a hellish punishment, or a neverending nightmare. For Roman Reigns it’s just another day at the office.
The agile, imposing juggernaut has been told his entire life that he cannot accomplish his goals. And since day one of his arrival in WWE, he has proven his naysayers wrong in the language of broken bodies and shattered Superstars who thought they had his number. Whether it was finishing opposing teams off as the enforcer of The Shield or steadily grinding his way toward the WWE World Heavyweight Championship as a solo competitor, Reigns has made a lasting impression on anyone who’s come into contact with him.
That includes Brock Lesnar, whom “The Big Dog” locked up with in the main event of WrestleMania 31 following an embattled path to “The Show of Shows” that nearly saw his thunder stolen by the persistent Daniel Bryan. That also includes Randy Orton, who was cut down by a Spear in one of Reigns’ first solo rivalries. And that certainly includes Sheamus, who stole the WWE World Heavyweight Title from Reigns in 5:15 off a Money in the Bank cash-in, only for Reigns to win it back a month later in a grueling, heartfelt effort.
The point is, doubt Roman Reigns at your own peril. But by all means, feel free to risk it. He likes the odds stacked and the enemies numerous. One way or another, when all is said and done, you will believe.