For those of you that are still in denial about WWE banning the curb stomp finishing move, the company has outed themselves once again. This time, they have edited the big moment in the main event where Seth Rollins uses that move on Roman Reigns to win the world heavyweight championship. The clip shows him getting ready for the move, but then the front office edited the scene and replaced it with a shot of the live audience instead.
May 5, 2015
While always entertaining Dean Ambrose is the popular choice to win the WWE Intercontinental Championship at Wrestlemania from Wade Barrett, management might be heading in a different direction. There are talks that they want to save Ambrose for a potential title program with Roman Reigns. Neither guy would turn heel. It would just be a case of Ambrose asking for a title shot, and Reigns showing that he is a fighting champion.
March 2, 2015
It's something that a lot of fans have long been begging for, but WWE is finally going to slowly start replacing John Cena as the top star in the company. He would step into the Bruno Sammartino role, while Roman Reigns will step into the Bob Backlund role. For those that do not know about that particular part of wrestling history, Backlund was pushed by the company as the hot new thing even though Sammartino was still the biggest draw.
February 13, 2015
A lot of fans were upset that Daniel Bryan was reportedly scheduled to put over Roman Reigns at Fast Lane, so that he can be hot for Wrestlemania. Well, reports about the original plans have surfaced, and fans would have been upset at that as well. Bryan was initially scheduled to put over Bray Wyatt at the pay per view because management wanted him to be especially strong for a high profile match against the Undertaker. Either way, Bryan loses.
February 5, 2015
For a good period of time now, many have been expecting WWE to give Roman Reigns the huge push towards Wrestlemania, and a Royal Rumble victory was going to be the vehicle to propel him to such heights. It looks like those plans are still in place. During the TLC pay per view, Reigns cut a promo, where he basically announced to the world that he was going to run roughshod through the other participants and claim his world heavyweight championship shot.
December 15, 2014