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The Usos said they were so happy to have the bloodline back re-aligned with their cousin Roman. It was like a being away for a while from your close homie and when you see each other it’s like ya’ll click and take off like you never left each other. That’s how it is with us and Roman. Everytime we get around each other its like we never left.

The Twins were happy as hell to come back up in there cause if they would have seen dog food again on Roman again… The Uso said they were sitting in the living room watching Roman have dog food smeared all over him and wondering if it was real. Corey Graves said it was real and The Usos said dog food smells bad and good and Roman had it all in his hair and in his clothes

Corey Graves said Corbin and Ziggler used the bad imitation dog food and it did not smell good at all

The Usos said Roman had long pretty hair and Roman complained about having to wash all the dog food out of his hair and he still smelled dog food for 3 day afterwards.

Corey said Roman looked like Swamp Thing walking back to the locker room.

The Usos said they would have sprayed him down with dishwashing soap and a water hose.

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Roman Reigns and Finn Bálor join host Corey Graves on the latest WWE After the Bell. First, Corey reveals how he’d fix Survivor Series, and Roman Reigns calls in to divulge John Cena’s advice on how to be a modern locker-room leader. Then, Corey surrenders to the absurdity of the Rusev-Lana-Bobby Lashley love triangle on Raw and Finn Bálor reveals how returning to NXT allowed him to reclaim his creativity after years in the “machine.”

October 16, 2019 by Brandon Stroud

Back in September, 2K Games announced that they would be partnering with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society as part of the upcoming WWE 2K20‘s global marketing campaign:

Utilizing its extensive social media presence, 2K will issue a call-to-action via the WWE Games Twitter account, urging consumers to retweet and spread the LLS message and donation link. For each retweet, 2K will donate $2.00 to LLS, up to $500,000.00.* Consumers will not be required to make a purchase or donation but will simply be doing their part to encourage others to get involved and consider donating, volunteering time or becoming a social ambassador. In addition to its financial commitment to LLS, 2K will also provide copies of Company-published video games to blood cancer patients, coordinate visits with 2K personnel and WWE Superstars to hospital partners of LLS, host LLS personnel, patients and their families at upcoming WWE 2K20 promotional events, and more.
We were present for the 2K20 event last Friday, and as such had a chance to talk about the partnership with someone you may have heard of before: game cover Superstar and leukemia survivor Roman Reigns. The Big Dog talked about the importance of supporting cancer awareness both in real life and to naturally doubtful wrestling fans, as well as sharing the cover of the game with Becky Lynch, and why he’s supporting Seth Rollins following Hell in a Cell.

With Spandex: 2K’s partnering with the Leukemia And Lymphoma Society. Thoughts on that personally?

Roman Reigns: I just think it’s awesome. You know what I mean? If you’re in a position to help, I just don’t see why not. I was literally just talking to Ric Flair about it. The miles and the money mean nothing if you don’t have that fulfillment. And my work with LLS, just being able to connect with these, these little heroes and warriors, it is the most rewarding thing I’ve ever been a part of. You can only get those types of smiles from your children or your loved ones, like your wife or your, your girlfriend, that type of love.

And to be able to help people out and support them as they’re going through a rough patch it just means a lot to me because it came to me tenfold the support, it felt like a global support. So I mean, for me to be able to take that and just relax and heal, I feel like it is more than my obligation to continue that and pay it forward and help those that are … and find themselves in a similar place that I was.

Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins will wrestle tonight on Fox to decide which brand—Raw or SmackDown—receives the number one pick in the WWE draft. If Reigns wins, the top selection will go to SmackDown, and if Rollins wins, then it belongs to Raw.

Since returning in February from his second bout with leukemia, Reigns has provided a new face for those seeking additional inspiration in their fight against cancer. And the 34-year-old Joe Anoa’i is now making his biggest contribution, having found the perfect tag team partner in the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

Reigns spoke with Sports Illustrated about the new partnership with LLS, as well as touched on his friendship with Ron “R-Truth” Killings.

Justin Barrasso: How did your partnership with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society come together, and how did you turn such a negative moment—announcing that your cancer had returned—into a positive?

Roman Reigns: That’s the crazy part, this all started as a negative and it was such a hard announcement last October. But simply telling the truth and sharing my story, I could immediately feel something positive in my core. The live crowd that night was there for a wrestling show, and they had this real-life news put on their doorstep, which was a lot from them to take in—and they forgot about the show, the wrestling, and the character—and they focused on me, Joe. I’ll never forget that.

Roman Reigns Tattoo Tour | INKED Screencaps added

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Added 40+ screencaps of Roman Reigns Tattoo Tour with Inked Magazine in which he talks about the importance of his tattoos

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If you were going to create a professional wrestler in a laboratory, you’d have a hard time coming up with one more perfect than Roman Reigns. The 6’3”, 260-plus-pound Reigns is almost impossibly handsome, with hair so lush and healthy that it borders on satire. Inside the ring, Reigns oozes charisma, ability, and athleticism, almost daring you to find something wrong with him. The WWE Superstar is one of the most popular, prominent and accomplished people on the entire 100-plus-strong roster. Both he and the announcers on weekly television programming will be happy to remind you that Roman Reigns is the Big Dog, and WWE is his yard.

Outside of the ring and away from WWE, Reigns is Joe Anoa’i, a native of Pensacola, Florida, who currently resides in Tampa with his wife and children. The 34-year-old is poised and confident at all moments, but soft-spoken, polite, and a genuinely lovely human being. Joe is the latest megastar to come from the Anoa’i family—one of the most extensive and storied pro wrestling families. You may have heard of his father, Sika: one half of the Hall of Fame Wild Samoans tag team. Or you’ve probably heard of his cousins, Yokozuna, Umaga and Rikishi. If all else fails, you almost certainly know about his most famous cousin of all: Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.

Recently, Reigns spent time away from the ring due to a battle with leukemia. He used that hiatus, in part, to portray an art-imitates-life role as a relative of Dwayne Johnson’s character in the Fast and Furious spin-off film Hobbs & Shaw. Reigns says the experience was good for his soul, and although he did debate whether he should take the role beforehand, he ultimately felt like it was something he needed to do. “I felt like it was important for me to show that even though this crazy thing is happening to me I still have a life, I still have a passion, I still have goals,” he says. “And if there’s nothing necessarily holding me from achieving those then I might as well take advantage and do it, and show the world that it is possible, and put a whole new paint job on blood cancer.”

Added 50+ screencaps and video of an interview Roman Reigns did with ESPN back in 2018. He talks about wanting to face Daniel Bryan and being  heel.

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Leukemia Care Podcast with Roman Reigns 9/6/2019

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Roman Reigns sat with Leukemia Care UK to talk to about his CML diagnosis. Roman talks about the lack of awareness of leukaemia, whether the storyline was a work and the treatment he is undergoing.
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By JUSTIN BARRASSO August 21, 2019
SI.com’s Week in Wrestling is published every week and provides beneath the surface coverage of the business of pro wrestling.

How Roman Reigns Is Inspired by Becky Lynch
Roman Reigns and Becky Lynch are the cover stars for WWE 2K20, an accolade only bestowed upon the most elite stars in the business. The honor is not lost on Reigns, particularly after the year he battled through, and he takes additional satisfaction in his cover co-star.

“To share this with Becky makes it even more special,” said Reigns. “To be able to share this past year with her, breaking barriers, I’m pretty proud of that.”

Currently in the midst of a storyline with Daniel Bryan, Reigns also just signed a contract extension with WWE. He is a homegrown, WWE-created star, and his list of accomplishments—including replacing John Cena as the face of the company—is remarkable. He endured a harrowing stretch in the fall of 2018, learning that he needed to go through chemotherapy for a second bout with leukemia. But just like his character in the ring, Reigns—34-year-old Joe Anoa’i—persevered and found a way to defeat a ruthless opponent.

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He’s now a WWE and movie star, but before he became a celebrity, Roman Reigns played for the Edmonton Eskimos.

Reigns, then known as Joe Anoa’i, played in Edmonton in 2008 with now Head Coach Jason Maas.

“It brings back some good memories,” Reigns said. “I was just joking that I used to spend most of my time on the sideline, but it was fun.

That was just my journey,” Reigns continued. “I legitimately thought I was going to be a football player. Even to this day, I’m still stubborn and I’ll say I was pretty good.”

And now Reigns is taking his talents to Hollywood. The wrestling star is in Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw with his cousin, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.

“To be there with Dwayne, you know, be a part of that project, part of the Fast & Furious, if you would have told me, you know, when I was sitting on that sideline … I’d say, ‘You’re a liar.'”

Reigns will do the coin toss when the Eskimos take on the Ottawa RedBlacks Friday night.

With files from CTV News Edmonton’s Adam Cook

München – In an exclusive interview with SPORT1, he talks about sharing the cover with Becky Lynch and more.

How leukemia has changed his career:
“My perspective on myself is a little different. Before I was just sticking to the drill, busting my ass as hard as I could and in some situations putting myself on the backburner, just worried about everybody I provide for, in my family and my life. Now I have to kind of remind myself to listen to my body, to look where I am with my health. You can’t take any chances on that while you also want to capitalize on the potential that God has given me. I don’t have too many years left being the athlete that I am right now, so I really wanna maximize the opportunities that I have in the few years I have left. When it’s all said and done nobody should be able to say that I didn’t kill it.”

Whether he would be mad if fans would boo him again:
“Nah, I don’t care what they do in this case. They paid their money – their hard-earned money – to get to the show. They can do what they wanna do. Everybody’s situation is different, we enjoy every way our fans are expressing themselves. As long as you make noise, it doesn’t matter to me if it’s cheers or boos. The last thing I want is silence, fans sitting on their hands – ‘anyone want some popcorn?’: That’s bad for a performer. I’ve always had the ability to rub people one way or the other. As long as that continues – heavy cheers, polarizing reaction, heavy boos: I’m all for it.”

Whether he really is the locker-room leader:
“I think so. At times leaders don’t call themselves leaders but everyone knows who the leader is. I take great pride in the continuity of what we do. Whether it’s in the locker room, whether it’s adequate respect, treating people how you wanna be treated all the way to respecting what we do when performing and not taking away from other performers.

Roman Reigns talks to ESPN | Interview

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Roman Reigns announced in October on Monday Night Raw that he had leukemia and would be stepping away from WWE. The news came as a shock to the fanbase and even those within the WWE.

Over the past 10 months, Reigns’ cancer was treated (he’s now in remission), he returned in time to perform at WrestleMania, and he won an ESPY for best WWE moment. On Monday, it was announced that Reigns would be on the cover of the WWE 2K20 video game alongside Becky Lynch. The game drops on Oct. 22.

It has been a scary, wild, fulfilling and motivational year for Reigns. ESPN caught up with the former WWE Universal and world heavyweight champion to talk about 2K20, his recovery from leukemia, teaming with The Undertaker, controversy around Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose, and more.

ESPN: You were in L.A. for the ESPYS, winning that award, a few weeks ago, and now you’ll be on the cover of WWE 2K20. Is there any special significance to these recent accolades, considering what you went through just a short time ago?

Reigns: To be honest, man, all I really wanted to do was be healthy — be able to get back in the ring and wrestle. I just wanted to be able to do the art form that my family has been doing for decades. And I just wanted to be healthy for my children. That was the only award or reward that I needed.

I just hope that it just continues to raise that awareness. All these different events, it’s just another platform for me to tell my story and hopefully raise a bit of awareness and hopefully give maybe just one person a shred of hope. It’s not just cancer, blood cancer. It’s anything, from depression to all kinds of different struggles that we’re all dealing with.

Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs and Shaw is more than a movie for WWE star Roman Reigns. It’s a culturally rich experience to share with the world.

Reigns, aka Leati Joseph “Joe” Anoaʻi, appears on TV weekly as one of WWE’s biggest stars, but the transition from a superhuman in the ring to film actor wasn’t as easy as a phone call. Despite his WWEconnection to Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Reigns had to audition for the role of Mateo, not to mention perform the film’s rigorous stunts without the aid of a semi-soft canvas and ring ropes.

Ahead of the film’s wide release on Friday, Aug. 2, 2019, Reigns sat down with rolling out to discuss sharing his Samoan culture on the big screen and how filming changed him.

There are a lot of “Hobbs” men in this family. That’s a good thing, wouldn’t you say?

There are, and that’s what we’re trying to build here: an emphasis on family. The world is about to end, and who do you have to lean on? Your family.

The Hobbs family is Samoan — a group of people rarely exposed in-depth on film. Did you feel you had to make sure you represented properly for the culture?

Not really. I represent for the culture in everything I do. One obvious way we represent is how we wear our ink and tattoos. We take a lot of pride in that.

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