Roman Reigns has been on a completely different level following his return in 2020. He became the Tribal Chief and ruled over Friday Night Smackdown since then. Cody Rhodes also looks forward to feuding with Roman Reigns in the future.
Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar squared off against each other in the main event of WrestleMania 38 Night 2. In the end, Roman Reigns won the match and became e Undisputed WWE Universal Champion.
While speaking during WWE’s The Bump, Cody Rhodes talked about Roman Reigns’ rise in WWE. Rhodes also made it clear that he is looking forward to feuding with Reigns in the future.
“When I left here, Roman Reigns was on top. And I think Roman Reigns was experiencing some of the negative byproduct of being on top. Some of the pushback that a new face, a new individual [faces] But the thing that makes a champion in any company is consistency. And when he said ‘Dallas, Texas, acknowledge me’ and whether they’re supposed to boo, cheer, whatever it might be, and they acknowledged him.
He has truly gotten over via consistentcy and via hard work. What he has going now with Paul Heyman and with The Usos. Reigns truly has intimidating presence. I just look forward to obviously, again, it exists. There is definitely a match out there that is likely the match that exists out there. But before the matches, you’ve gotta cross paths in some capacity and we have yet to have it, and I look forward to that.”
We will have to wait and see whether Cody Rhodes and Roman Reigns will eventually duke it out in the future or not.
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