Roman Reigns isn’t just the “Tribal Chief” of The Bloodline, he’s also the head of the entire WWE, and the wrestling world at that, but that doesn’t mean that Reigns’ journey has been an easy one, especially with types such as Brock Lesnar in the way.
Last week during an interview with Logan Paul on his Impaulsive podcast, Reigns said that his clashes with Lesnar have launched a “more competitive, aggressive atmosphere” that has been successful with the WWE Universe.
“Me and Brock have been at a bunch of huge shows together. I would definitely say he’s been, thus far, my biggest rival.”
The “Tribal Chief” also did some acknowledging himself, stating that working with “The Beast” and his aggression in wrestling can create some challenges.
“F**king Brock Lesnar, man, he picks you up and throws you on your head – there’s nothing nice about that. It’s very tough to work with a human being like that – that some call him, like, the alpha male of our species. And it’s true, he really is what he is. I mean, he’s a great businessman, but at the same time he has a legitimate background of MMA that when you get in the ring, there has to be some kind of protection of that legitimacy.”
“We can’t just put them in there with anybody. But at the same time, when you get in there with them, you kind of understand it’s gonna be a bit of a ride, but there’s gonna be a lot of eyeballs on it. So that always makes it better.”
The next man coming for the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Reigns is Logan Paul, who will challenge Reigns for his two titles at Crown Jewel on November 5th.
Quotes are credited to Logan Paul’s “Impaulsive” with a h/t to Wrestling Inc. for the transcription.