Roman Reigns has established himself as one of the greatest Superstars in the history of WWE, with his 900+ days reign as the Universal Champion helping him reach ‘God Mode.’ Reigns has also acted a couple of times as well. Now it seems WWE fully supports Reigns breaking into Hollywood.

The Tribal Chief has been reducing his workload in recent years, leading many to speculate that he may follow in the footsteps of The Rock and John Cena by transitioning to a career in Hollywood.

In fact, Roman Reigns has already appeared in minor roles in both films and television, including a lead role in a “Goodfellas” parody leading up to WrestleMania 39. Therefore, a future in Hollywood is not something unfathomable for Reigns.

While speaking to Andrew Marchand and John Ourand on the Marchand & Ourand Sports Media Podcast, WWE President Nick Khan was asked about Roman Reigns going to Hollywood. Khan made it clear that WWE fully supports Roman Reigns in this regard.


“We’ll see. We think there is a path for him there. We think there are opportunities for him there. There are a lot of conversations going on. We fully support that, but Roman is staying in with us as well. If it happens, which we think it has a good shot of happening, we’re excited for him.”

The Head Of The Table is set to defend his Undisputed Universal Championship against Cody Rhodes at WrestleMania 39. We will have to wait and see whether Roman Reigns will be able to retain his title against Cody Rhodes. Keep checking back at Ringside News for more.

What’s your take on Roman Reigns as an actor? Do you think he can make it big in Hollywood? Sound off in the comments!

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