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July 30, 2019

Added a couple of video updates to the Roman Reigns 24/7 Video Vault. These interviews are mostly from Roman Reign’s Press Junket for Hobbs & Shaw in Hawaii this past weekend.



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July 30, 2019


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WWE superstar Roman Reigns made his comeback in the ring after his cancer battle and now he is starring in “Hobbs & Shaw” on the big screen. Roman and his co-star Cliff Curtis were in Hawaii with “Extra’s” Terri Seymour talking about the film and his journey.

Roman, who is now in remission, opened up about his battle with leukemia, saying, “I made the announcement in October. The first couple of months, I just isolated myself at home with the family — that’s where I went through the bulk of my struggles. The pains that I was going through, luckily God just kept an eye on me, he was favoring me… Around the holidays, I started to feel a lot better, my medication kicked in and started to do its job.”

He shot “Hobbs & Shaw” in Hawaii in January with his cousin Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, explaining, “I had already auditioned, my tape was already out there. Dwayne was keeping tabs on me making sure everything was going good with the recovery and I let him know I was feeling a lot better. ‘I think this return might come quicker than planned.’ I had just wanted to take my time.” Read more

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July 29, 2019

Samoan pride was on the line last week when Roman Reigns battled Samoa Joe, and now that The Big Dog emerged victorious in the grudge match, it seems the two sides have come together in an effort to squash their beef. As reported by The Wrap, Reigns and Joe will meet in a “Samoan Summit” on Monday’s Raw, where the two will supposedly hash out their differences and find a way to move forward. It’s a surprising turn of events between two known fighters, though there’s something to be said for a desire to move forward. With that being said, talks are just as likely to break down – and given that they’re both from the same island, we know what happens next.



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July 27, 2019

July 15th 2019
WWE Superstar Roman Reigns is set to make his Hollywood film debut next month with the release of Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw on Aug. 2. The former WWE Champion will play the role of Mateo Hobbs, a relative of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s Luke Hobbs, and is expected to play a big role in the film’s actions scenes in the latter half of the movie.

Chris Morgan, who has been writing each installment of the Fast & Furious franchise since Fast & Furious: Tokyo Drift in 2006, spoke with on the red carpet of the film’s world premiere in Hollywood, California on Saturday night and brought up integrating Reigns into the film. Morgan brought up how, at the time of filming, Reigns was still in his battle with leukemia that kept him out of action in WWE from October 2018-March 2019.

In a recent interview with ComicBook, Reigns described what it was like working alongside his cousin on the set of the film. Read more

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July 26, 2019

July 18th 2019

Since Pensacola’s Roman Reigns last wrestled in his hometown at the Pensacola Bay Center in 2014, the pro-wrestler has ascended to the top of his industry, collecting four world championships and main-eventing consecutive WrestleManias from 2015-2018.

But in that time, the most notable experience for Reigns, whose real name is Joe Anoa’i, was a harrowing one — one that didn’t happen in the squared circle against an opponent in front of a World Wrestling Entertainment audience, and one that certainly wasn’t scripted.

In October 2018, Reigns, a former Escambia High School football standout, announced on “WWE RAW” that his leukemia had returned. Live on TV, he revealed that leukemia first plagued him 11 years prior and he had been in remission since 2008 before the disease returned.

Seven months after that, on the Feb. 25 edition of “RAW,” Reigns triumphantly returned to the ring to announce his remission. He’s performed on a full-time basis since.

In a recent WWE documentary, the 34-year-old sports entertainment star discussed his chronic myeloid leukemia, a lesser form of the disease that almost exclusively affects adults. Reigns said he felt “immobilized” in the initial months after the diagnosis and suffered from arthritis from his feet to his hips.

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