By ROB BARTLETT – JUNE 14, 2018
LONDON — Roman Reigns isn’t concerned if he gets cheered or booed in whichever continent, country or city the WWE stops next. What matters most is that he garners a reaction.
“That’s what I do,” Reigns said during a media event ahead of WWE Raw in London, just a small cog in the company’s extensive 2018 European tour. “As long as they’re showing up and as long as they’re making noise, then I’ve done my job.”
Six years after making his WWE debut, Reigns, 33, continues to be pushed as the face of the company. However, following consecutive Universal championship match losses to Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania and the Greatest Royal Rumble, the man who has been the main event staple on pay-per-views now finds himself in unchartered territory.