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Date of Birth: May 25, 1985
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Leati “Joseph” Anoa’i is a former American professional football player turned WWE Superstar. He signed with the WWE in 2010, where he worked in the developmental sector FCW under different variations of his name until settling on Roman Reigns. He made his main roster debut in November 2012 alongside Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose as the Shield. Reigns is a 3-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion, a one-time WWE Tag Team Champion (with Rollins), and was the 2015 Royal Rumble winner. He has many achievements including Superstar of the Year, and setting records at both Survivor Series and Royal Rumble. He has main evented Wrestlemania 3x including Wrestlemania 32 where he became 3-time World Heavyweight Champion. Roman Reigns has proven that this is his yard and we can’t wait to see what he does next.

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Published By: Brittany
Date: November 5th

The Monday Night War Review: Episode Twelve- ‘The War Gets Electrified’

-Continuing along with another episode that focuses on a single person during the War, and in this case it’s all about The Rock. I hope they just toss in something about Juventud doing his Rock impersonation on Nitro.

-Opening Awesomeness!

-We start this episode with Nitro crushing RAW thanks to the n.W.o, and right on cue we get the standard “Vince made everyone and Turner depleted the WWF and used those guys to get to the top.” Again ask the AWA what it is like to be depleted.

-Cole admits the WWE was in trouble and they were hanging on by the skin of their teeth. We are in August of 1996 and Taker mentions their product was soft and getting hammered by the edgier WCW. JR up next and he mentions he was in talent relations and was told they had to get new talent to replace what WCW had stolen.

-As a third generation promoter, Vince was well equipped to make new stars, and they put over how the WWF was a family business. That leads into discussion of the Samoan family, and how they have been fixtures in the WWE for decades. They discuss the Anoa’i family and put over the Wild Samoans, Peter Maivia, and Yokozuna.

-A new member of the family was set to make his wrestling debut. The Rock shows up and calls Vince a father figure and how he remembers shaking his hand at 11 years old. We get home video footage of Duane cutting promos as a kid and they are pretty funny as you would expect. Patterson mentioned the idea to Vince, and he decided to give him a shot due to his family lineage. Pat watched him work, and told Vince he want this kid yesterday, not tomorrow. JR again as he says he saw a big, well conditioned athlete that was driven. Vince calls him a clean, cut All American athlete with a great heritage.

-The Rock says he spent a ton of time in a warehouse with Tom Pritchard. He was pitched the name of Rocky Maivia and he hated it. He wanted to make it on his own and not ride on his family’s name. Vince convinced him by telling him that it was a way to honor his family since he was the first third generation star.

-The WWF hyped his introduction with vignettes, and we see one of the first ones to appear on Superstars. Cody mentions he was watching from a fan perspective and the way he took it was that Rocky was going to be the greatest thing since sliced bread. Daniel Bryan says the same and that when you are hyped that much you have to deliver.

-Rocky made his debut at MSG in November of 1996 at Survivor Series. They discuss how debuting at a PPV shows the company has big plans for you. JR says that he truly believed The Rock was a blue chipper when he debuted that night. Daniel Bryan brings up the hair and the stuff Rocky came out wearing and was already disappointed. Roman Reigns mentions you could see there was charisma, but you could see he was searching for something. Those in the back felt the debut was a strong one, but good feelings didn’t last. They discuss how the character was cheesy, and while it would have been great in 1986, in 1996 it was horrible.

-Over in WCW they were full of strong heels and anti-heroes, and Orton admits it was more fun watching Nitro. Foley mentions that he had to begrudgingly admit that WCW had the much better show. In the WWF they continued on with the happy, smiling babyface and the funs turned on that shit quickly.

-They did what they could to cover up The Rocky Sucks chants, but it was starting to get hard to drown them out. Vince talks about how you can push all you want to have a character to go one way, but when the fans aren’t buying it nothing you can do. The Rock was frustrated because he was doing everything asked of him, and JBL laughs as he mentions the fans and half the boys in the back were chanting “Rocky Sucks.”

-While he was stuck playing this character, Steve Austin was being the anti-hero and was getting over huge with the crowd. Seeing this Vince decided to push the envelope in a last ditch attempt to compete with WCW. The Rock was injured and took the summer off and then got the call from JR that they were turning him heel and having him join The Nation. The Rock loved it and only asked that he got a chance to say what he feels after the turn. We then get his famous interview where he crushed the crowd for the months of “Rocky Sucks” and “Die Rocky Die” chants. Just night and day between the two characters, and you could clearly see they finally were on to something with The Rock.

-Ambrose talks about how the Nation was perfect for the Rock as they were a rough and tough group. They have him a chance to shed that cheesy gimmick he had, and it helped bring out the arrogance he always had inside of him.

-As we get to 1998 the strangle hold WCW once held was weakening thanks to the new crop of stars in the WWF. The Rock got so over they eventually had to make him the focus of the Nation and that is how we get Simmons being turfed from the group. Austin mentions that once Rock took over the Nation and started getting all the mic time you knew he was going to be money.

-April 13, 1998 RAW beats Nitro for the very first time, and the momentum continues over the summer. A big part of that was the war between DX and The Nation, and in that feud was the rivalry between HHH and The Rock. HHH mentions they were competing just as hard against each other behind the scenes because each wanted to get to a higher level and it just happened that they used each other to get there.

-They show all the craziness that each company was pulling out in 1998 because of how close the battles were. The WWF was running with the Attitude Era, while WCW was countering with more n.W.o and Goldberg. Roman Reigns talks about how it was great time to be a fan as each show was doing well.

-Back to The Rock and stock footage of Bischoff putting over how charismatic he was. They discuss how the Rock was starting to get the fans behind him and how we outgrew the Nation. We get discussion of how the Rock helped usher in the era of catchphrases and we get some great Rock one liners.

-In WCW Goldberg was on fire and was the hottest act in pro-wrestling. He was the opposite of The Rock as he rarely spoke and instead just smashed anyone that stepped in the ring with him. With Goldberg keeping WCW close the WWF needed find a new foil to Steve Austin.

-In a brilliantly booked tournament to crown a new WWF Champion, the WWF resists the urge to turn Rock face and instead make him the Corporate Champion. It was a genius move by the WWF as they needed a heel on the same level as Austin’s face character and what better person than Rock’s arrogant corporate champion.

-Paul Heyman talks about how the money feud with Rock vs. Austin and there was nothing else the fans wanted to see. The question was who was going to be the antagonist and the choice was easy because the Rock was so great at it. Before getting to that money match though, The Rock needed someone to get him over. When you need to get someone over in impressive fashion you ask one man: Mick Foley.

-They discuss the chemistry the two had with each other, and JR talks about how they genuinely loved work with each other. HHH brings up the Empty Arena Match and damn if that wasn’t one of the more entertaining matches you will see thanks to the Rock’s commentary during the match. The feud worked perfectly as The Rock was primed for his run with Austin.

-Over in WCW they were slipping as they cut the balls off Goldberg and went back to the n.W.o. angle. Rey talks about how a lot of big names didn’t want the younger guys getting to a higher level and thus they were squashed when they got any momentum.

-The WWF was on fire thanks to Rock/Austin and JR calls it arguably the most profitable feud in the company’s history. It would be kind of tough to think of anything else on that level though I would think Andre/Hogan and Hogan/Savage had to do some pretty big money as well.

-Austin and Rock were the two of the biggest stars in history and just happened they were in the same company at the same time when they were both in their prime. Rock calls it arguably the greatest rivalry in the history of the WWF. Reigns talks about how The Rock told him he wanted the top spot and he knew Austin wasn’t ready to give that up yet.

-Talk turns to WrestleMania XV and Jericho mentions that a show headlined by Rock vs. Austin is an easy sell. Hell, they could announce Rock/Austin for Mania this year and damn right I would pay more than $9.99 for that show.

-They gloss over Mania though and focus again on The Rock’s interviews. Thankfully they include the vicious one where he torched Billy Gunn. Too funny! Rock says he was flying by the seat of his pants and he means that in a good way as he was pumped every time he went out to the ring.

-The WWF decided to go to War on Thursday with WCW and introduced SmackDown (in honor of the Rock). JR calls Thunder a joke and how nobody in WCW wanted to work the show and it was a rather easy victory for the WWF. Steph mentions SmackDown was the Rock’s show, and it was just another way for the WWF to show who the #1 company in the world was.

-We move on to The Rock and Sock Connection, and just fantastic stuff here. The Rock puts over Foley’s comedic timing and Foley talks about the free reign they were given. Everything was spontaneous and the peak of that was “This is Your Life.” The segment was the highest rated in the history of RAW, and your damn right it was entertaining. Vince mentions he was kind of pissed that the segment went so long and while he thought it was good, he didn’t think it was that good. Russo talks about how he had to hear it from Vince while the segment was happening and he just let McMahon vent because he knew it was gold. The next day the ratings were in and over 9 million people tuned in for the segment and Vince gave them carte blanche to do what they wanted. Man what Vince would do for 9 million viewers in this day and age.

-As we head towards the end of 1999, Austin was put on the shelf for a year with a neck injury, but the WWF continued to soar thanks to The Rock. He took over for Austin and was the biggest star in the industry in 2000. The ratings dominance over Nitro was becoming laughable, and The Rock started to capture mainstream attention.

-We get footage of The Rock hosting SNL, and he did one hell of a job. Jericho puts over the job he did and Kofi talks about how if you weren’t a wrestling fan you were a fan of The Rock. We get footage of Rock appearing on TRL, and rubbing elbows with celebrities and pro-athletes.

-The Rock then helps get new stars over and they show Angle winning his first WWF Title from the Rock. In a funny spot Billy Gunn makes fun of himself as he talks about how he called a friend and said he was working with the Rock and the friend told him he wasn’t that good, but he just laughed and said “I know, but The Rock is.” Awesome!

-Just to keep this focused as a MNW episode instead of a shortened version of the Rock’s DVD they cut back to WCW and how they were screwing everything up. They continue to focus things on Goldberg as for some reason they want to keep comparing the two of them. Terry Taylor talks about how instead of doing things in best interest of the company guys were doing what was best for them. He also says it grew frustrating trying to get guys to do what they were being paid millions to do.

-In 2001 Austin returned and won the Rumble and we were getting Austin/Rock II, but before that happened WCW was bought out by Vince McMahon. A lot of the credit for winning the War is given to the Rock.

-With the War over The Rock heads off to Hollywood and kicks ass and then we skip to 2011 and the Rock’s return as the Host of WrestleMania. The Rock talks about how he wanted to accomplish things before coming back. Vince also puts over how The Rock had to conquer other things before making his return, and now he will never leave the WWF.

-We wrap things up with everyone talking about the awesomeness of the Rock. Steph calls him the biggest crossover star in the history of the company and Booker thinks Rock will do what he can to try to steal the show at WrestleMania XL. JR says you can only hope to sign more guys like Duane Johnson, but people like him don’t grow on trees. Jericho calls the most charismatic performer in the history of the business, and they discuss how SmackDown is in the dictionary because of The Rock. The man himself says he meant it when he said the WWE is home, and he meant it when he said he will never leave again.

Additional Comments: It is getting to the point where these are starting to feel a lot like a reader’s digest of each guys DVD with some strands tossed it to tie it to the Monday Night War. Don’t get me wrong The Rock is fantastic and always great to see some classic Rock, but I have his DVDs and really not anything new added here. The sad part is they had some stuff to use as WCW tried to push Prince Iaukeau as a sort of Rock when he debuted and even had him feud with Regal (while Rock was battling HHH), and of course in the later days of WCW you had Juventud becoming a Rock impersonator. Hell, they could have discussed Booker using The Rock Bottom and calling it The Book End. Apparently we have 8 more of these to go and again while a fun watch, I do hope things can get focused on the battle between the two companies again.


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Published By: Brittany
Date: November 5th

Game Spot’s show The Lobby recently sat down with Roman Reigns. They asked Roman various questions from the  WWE all the way to video games. Roman also gave his insight on a variety of other things check out the video above to watch the FULL interview.

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Published By: Brittany
Date: October 6th
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Roman Reigns spoke to Sirius/XM satellite radio host Sam Roberts on Saturday at the 11th annual “Ringside Fest” in New York City. Reigns said that it could be a couple of months before he returns to the ring; it’s going to be assessed on a week-to-week basis. He added that he is at the point of his recovery where he is able to do cardio. Roman also discussed his hair and whether he could “lose his spot” due to his absence. Check out the video above to hear what else the Samoan Superman had to say.

Published By: Brittany
Date: September 22nd

As you all know Roman Reigns was rushed to the hospital for a chronic pain he was having during the night early saturday morning, that pain had turned out to be an incarcerated hernia. Roman was forced to undergo emergency surgery to correct the issue on Saturday.  Thankfully, the surgery went well and he was due to stay overnight in the hospital to make sure things were fine. Roman was sweet enough to do a mini update/interview addressing his medical condition to the WWE Universe.  Check out the video Below.

Note: The other video below the first one is WWE’s official Doctor, Dr. Amann giving his input and update on Roman.

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Published By: Brittany
Date: September 20th

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We take a look at the match on Raw between Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns.

Renee Young is with Roman Reigns in the interview area. Renee asks Roman about his match against Rusev tonight. He doesn’t care if his opponents are Russian, American, or little green Martians because he doesn’t discriminate. It is one versus all. Tonight he brings the fight to Rusev. On Sunday he brings the fight to Rollins . . . again.

We go to commercial.

Match Number Seven: Roman Reigns versus Rusev (with Lana)

They lock up and go to a stalemate. They lock up again and they fall to the floor. Rusev with a kick to Reigns and he pushes Reigns’ head against the ring post but Reigns punches Rusev and sends him back into the ring. Reigns with an elbow and uppercut. Rusev with a round kick to the ribs. Rusev with a forearm to the back.

Rusev with more kicks and he sends Reigns into the turnbuckles. Rusev kicks Reigns in the corner. Rusev with a punch and bear hug. Reigns with an elbow to the head and he gets out of the hold. Reigns with a punch and he sends Rusev into the turnbuckles. Reigns goes to the turnbuckles for a clothesline and he hits a running shoulder tackle.

Rusev with a jumping spin kick and we go to commercial.

We are back and Rusev returns to the bear hug and he takes Reigns to the mat. Reigns with head butts but Rusev with an Irish whip and shoulder into the corner. Rusev runs into a boot in the corner. Reigns moves when Rusev charges into the corner again. Reigns misses a Superman punch into the corner but he hits a clothesline out of the corner and both men are down.

Reigns with a clothesline but Rusev with a body block. Reigns with a Samoan drop and he punches Rusev. Reigns with a clothesline into the corner followed by a flying clothesline and he gets a near fall. Reigns with a clothesline into the corner followed by an uppercut and Rusev falls into the ropes. Reigns goes to the floor for the Juggernaut Drop Kick.

Reigns sets for the Superman punch but Seth Rollins comes to the ring and gets on the apron. Reigns goes after Rollins and Rusev with a thrust kick. Rusev turns Reigns around and he stomps on the back to get ready for the Accolade. Rusev sets for the Accolade but Reigns counters into a uranage.

Rollins goes up top to try to hit Reigns with the briefcase, but Reigns moves and he hits Rusev. The referee calls for the bell.

Winner: Rusev (by disqualification)

After the match Reigns clotheslines Rollins over the top rope and then Reigns with a Superman punch to Rusev. Rollins pulls Reigns out of the ring and they fight at ringside and over the announce table.

They take the battle into the crowd.

Meanwhile, back in the ring, Mark Henry’s music plays and he comes to the ring and he shows Rusev the American flag that has replaced the Russian flag. Rusev kicks Henry as he gets into the ring. Rusev with punches but Henry gets back to his feet and he pushes Rusev away. Henry picks up Rusev when he charges at Henry and Henry hits the World’s Strongest Slam.

We go to credits.

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Published By: Brittany
Date: August 19th


Match Number Five: Randy Orton, Curtis Axel, and Ryback versus Roman Reigns, Sheamus, and Rob Van Dam

Axel and Sheamus start things off and Axel with a waist lock. Sheamus with an elbow and side head lock followed by a shoulder tackle. Sheamus with a clothesline but Axel sends Sheamus into the ropes. Axel with punches and Orton tags in. Orton kicks Sheamus and head butts him. Orton with a punch and kick. Orton goes for a back breaker and Sheamus with a Finlay Slam after Van Dam tags in and hits Rolling Thunder.

Orton rolls to the floor and we go to commercial.

We are back and Sheamus gets Axel on his shoulders but Axel gets to the apron. Sheamus with the ten forearms to the chest. Ryback goes after Sheamus and stops awkwardly on the apron because it is time for him to get the ten forearms to the chest.

Axel kicks Sheamus and punches him in the corner. Sheamus with an Irish whip and shoulder in the corner. Orton pulls the ropes down and Sheamus falls to the floor. Orton tags in and he tells someone to move out of the way and he hits a back drop driver onto the ringside barrier and Sheamus falls into YeatonVille. Orton sends Sheamus into the announce table and then Orton tags in Ryback since it is his home town.

Ryback sends Sheamus into the corner and he connects with shoulders in the corner. Ryback with a hard Irish whip. Ryback with a front face lock. Ryback with a delayed vertical suplex to Sheamus. Orton tags in and he kicks Sheamus in the chest and he sets for the IEDDT but Sheamus gets into the ring and he hits White Noise and both men are down.

Reigns and Axel tag in and Reigns with a Samoan Drop followed by a punch to Ryback. Reigsn with a flying clothesline and he kicks Axel in the back of the leg and he flips. Reigns with a clothesline in the corner followed by a punch and Axel rolls to the ropes for the Juggernaut Drop Kick. Reigns with a Superman punch to Axel and then one for Ryback.

Reigns readies for the spear but Orton with a back breaker. Van Dam tags in and hits a cross body for a near fall. Van Dam with a body scissors for a rollup. Van Dam avoids a splash in the corner and Van Dam with a kick followed by a split legged moonsault for a near fall.

Sheamus with a Brogue kick to Ryback, but Orton with an RKO to Sheamus. Van Dam with an enzuigiri followed by a spear to Orton by Reigns. Axel sends Reigns into the ring post. Van Dam with a step over heel kick to Axel followed by a five star frog splash for the three count.

Winners: Roman Reigns, Rob Van Dam, and Sheamus

We take a look at what happened with Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns earlier tonight.

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