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Roman Reigns


Also known as Roman Leakee, Leakee, Joe Anoai

Current gimmick: Roman Reigns
Promotion: World Wrestling Entertainment (Main Roster)
Age: 31 years
Birthplace: Pensacola, Florida, USA
Gender: male
Height: 6' 3" (190 cm)
Weight: 279 lbs (127 kg)
Relatives in wrestling: Sika (Vater), Rosey (Bruder), Afa (Onkel), Afa Jr. (Cousin), Black Pearl (Cousin), LA Smooth (Cousin), Rikishi (Cousin), Samu (Cousin), The Rock (Cousin), Tonga Kid (Cousin), Umaga (Cousin), Yokozuna (Cousin), Vale Anoai (Cousine)
Background in sports: Football
Alter egos: Joe Anoai
Roman Leakee
    a.k.a.  Leakee
Roman Reigns
Roles: Singles Wrestler
WWE Development Wrestler (2010 - 2012)
Beginning of in-ring career: 19.08.2010
In-ring experience: 5 years
Wrestling style: Allrounder
Trainer: Steve Keirn
Trademark holds: Spear, Superman Punch, Checkmate (Spinning Bulldog)
Roman Reigns
Roman Leakee (FCW, 2010) Leakee (FCW, 2011) Roman Reigns (WWE, 2012) Roman Reigns (WWE, 2013) Roman Reigns (WWE, 2014) Roman Reigns (WWE, 2015) Roman Reigns (WWE, 2016)
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Latest comments of the CAGEMATCH inmates
okaro wrote on 24.06.2016:
[2.0] "I hate this guy. He sucks so much that I didnt care about the WWE World Heavyweight until he lost it at Money in the Bank. The only thing I like about him is his spear and his superman punch."
MushaVR96 wrote on 23.06.2016:
[6.0] "I'm not a Reigns hater but i'm certainly not a fan. I liked him with The Shield when he was a quiet powerhouse but since it split up, he got exposed. He does have the look that's for sure and he can be intense but I don't like his facial expressions at all, he's just an awful "actor" and added to his poor mic skills it's pretty hard to watch. I think the WWE is to blame for all the hate he has received, they pushed him too early and never put him in position to shine by making him a face and giving him the mic too much when he would be much better as a powerhouse heel who don't talk too much or not at all, this way he could keep an intense face instead of "acting" the way he does. As for his in-ring abilities I think he is a solid powerhouse, he doesn't have a big variety of moves that's for sure, his selling is pretty annoying, he doesn't have great psychology but he has been able to work some very good matches and what he does, no matter how repetitive it is, he is effective with it, especially when he was part of The Shield. He has added a couple of new moves to his arsenal and that's good but nothing worthy of being a main event player. If not for his work with The Shield I would rate him lower but as of now I want to blame the WWE for pushing him hard and trying to make him the new face of the company against the majority of fans' will. He still got some work to do but making him turn would be a great start."
Mr Lightning wrote on 20.06.2016:
[8.0] "Well, guys just admit it. Roman is not that bad. I think WWE just pushed him too early. I think Roman Reigns would be an awesome heel, just look at his cocky manerisms with the fan favorite like AJ Styles, Seth Rollins etc... Also his mic skill improved and the last promo he does was not bad at all. He looked more natural, way less forced and it was very ok. He also start to have more moves in his arsenal, which make a good powerhouse. I don't mind if he got a limited moveset because he can be a fantastic heel, thats all he need to get over with the crowd. Also his recent matches were just awesome! He can put great match and good performances with talented wrestlers (like Styles or Rollins). Just lets hope than Roman turn heel!"
AMHTP wrote on 20.06.2016:
[7.0] "Roman Reigns is divisive for a reason -- but I put far more blame on the booking than on the performer. In a vacuum, I think Roman is a very good wrestler, and one of the more solid "heavyweight bruiser" types WWE has pushed. He doesn't need a massive moveset, because the moves he employs work for him -- and he's gotten so much better at pulling them off in the last couple years. Roman is hard-hitting, he's a terrific heel, he's got definite intensity, and even his promos aren't awful when he keeps them short and sweet. If anything, what bothers me about Roman is his lack of psychology. Just last night, at Money in the Bank, he completely no-sold a turnbuckle powerbomb. No matter how strongly the company wants to book him, that's absurd. Still, I don't hold it against him too badly, because Roman has shown a great potential for growth and improved consistently. He'll get to the point where he deserves his booking -- eventually. And he already has a long list of excellent matches, especially his run in the spring of 2015."
JordanACE wrote on 18.06.2016:
[7.0] "First of all, don't kill me. Now, Reigns is great. I'll start off by quoting Paul Heyman: "Roman is the right guy, in the right place, at the wrong time" - And this is 100% true. He proved time and time again with guys like Bryan, Cesaro, Lesnar and most recently, AJ Styles, that he belongs in the ring with them! Some say that they carried which to that I say - You need two wrestlers (or more) in order to have a good match. Reigns can hang in the ring with those guys. People complain about him having only 5 moves and yet they are going wild for Stone Cold (who also had "5 moves") Thing is about Roman, is that he is really good. It's just creative trying to push him in the wrong direction. He isn't ready to be the face of the company. Even Stone Cold said that Reigns needs a long heel run before he would be accepted by the majority of the fans (Stone Cold's opinion is the what counts the most for me) and I agree with him. Plus, he would be a GREAT heel!"
SychoSteve wrote on 17.06.2016:
[8.0] "In the past year Reigns has definitely become one of WWE’s major stars and he has a in-ring portfolio to show that, Wrestlemania 31 main event with Lesnar and last man standing with the Big Show. Add to that his constant good TV matches and he is an exciting prospect to watch. He has the charisma, the build and style to make it big in WWE."
kingbilbin wrote on 15.06.2016:
[10.0] "Roman Reigns is all what you expect when you thing about a heavyweight ace. This guy probably has the best 15 months run in PPV in WWE/F history beggining at Fast Lane 2015 and ending at Extreme Rules 2016. No matter who is his rival. ¿Bryan? Bryan works his game and Roman legitimates with his power and intensity. ¿Lesnar? The greatest main event of WM history IMO. A true *****. A legitimate war and a masterclass of storytelling without unnecessary complexity, ¿Show? A very fun spotfest with a great use of the stipulation, MOTN when the expectations were null. ¿Wyatt and Sheamus? Very good singles matches and great use of the stipulation in the TLC and HIAC (this was great) ¿Triple threat against Dean and Brock? One of the very best TT matches ever. ¿AJ Styles? Two MOTYC where they both made a superb performance in every single aspect of the game and Roman silenced a lot of stupid criticism (in my opinion, two of the best 3 bouts of Styles career, only Suzuki´s one was better) EVERY SINGLE PPV match of Roman has that "NCAA basket Finals" feel. Everyone has an opinion about him that puts him and his rivals (AJ Styles is the best example) super over. Plus, he has a marketable look and an an awesome run as The Shield´s muscle. Nobody has been so good as main event player in WWE in a short period. Probably he will be one of the very best ever."
Arkaden wrote on 10.06.2016:
[10.0] "This is a very good wrestlers with a enormous potentials , a good naturals charisma but the WWE wrost utilies Roman Reigns and the people think Roman Reigns its a wrost wrestler but no ! is very good on heel"
LSU 03 wrote on 09.06.2016:
[1.0] "Roman Reigns is a terrible wrestler. He use practically only 5 moves per match, is terrible at promos, and is given way too much of a push. Roman Reigns doesn't deserve this much of a push, because wrestling wasn't his first choice for a job! He wanted to play professional american football. His push started when he defeated CM Punk on the Legends' Edition of Raw in 2014, it was good actually, the fans got what they wanted for Roman Reigns to get a push, then the SHIELD broke up, and WWE kept pushing him, and it got annoying; now it's upsetting me. In conclusion, Roman Reigns is 1 out of 10."
Carrot Junkie wrote on 06.06.2016:
[5.0] "Though by no means a bad wrestler, Roman Reigns's run at the top has been marked by disappointment after disappointment. And when disappointment becomes the norm, is it disappointment or mediocrity? Despite consistently getting four stars and higher from Big Dave, most of his main event matches simply don't appeal to me. He wrestles like he's running through a checklist of spots in his head, his moveset borders on hokey, and his character work is poor. Whether he's a victim of WWE's overdirection or this is his fault, something needs to change if he wants to become a genuine draw."

Current Total Rating
Valid Votes: 528
Number of comments: 324
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Average Rating: 5.98
Average in 2016: 5.17
Average in 2015: 5.96
Average in 2014: 6.89
Average in 2013: 8.25
Average in 2012: 7.67
Average in 2011: 4.00

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