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Good News For Roman Reigns’ Fans

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• Old School WWF Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Attitude Era Superstar “Captain Charisma” Christian (Real name: William Jason Reso) turns 45 today.

Christian debuted on World Wrestling Federation TV in 1998, right at the peak of the famous Attitude Era and was forced to retire in 2014 due to an injury.

While Christian had a pretty good singles career, especially later on during the Ruthless Aggression Era, he’s still mostly considered a Tag Team Wrestling Legend due to his legendary run with Edge from 1998 till 2001, including 7 reigns as WWF World Tag Team Champions.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY CHRISTIAN!

• Good News For Roman Reigns’ Fans

A few weeks back on RAW, Dean Ambrose took a shot at Roman Reigns’ battle with Leukemia by saying the following:

“We’re all gonna get what we deserve, I mean look at Roman. For Roman’s part and what Roman did in The Shield, he has to answer to the man upstairs.”

WWE using Reigns’ battle with Leukemia in a storyline to gain heat drew a lot of negative criticism from fans on Social Media.

The good news here is that WWE won’t be using this tactic anymore, according to the Wrestling Observer.

WATCH: Roman Reigns Makes First Public Appearance Since Leukemia Announcement:

Some reports recently came out that stated that WWE officials are planning Brock Lesnar vs. Seth Rollins for WrestleMania 35 and that this storyline is set to revolve around Reigns’ battle with Leukemia.

There’s no information available as of now regarding if these reports are true or not (or if this has actually been discussed), but we have noted in the past that WWE’s #1 priority is to book Brock Lesnar vs. The Rock at WrestleMania 35 if they can secure “The Great One”.

Also Read: WWE Hall Of Famer On Roman Reigns Battling For His Life – “As long as he gets healthy, who cares if he ever wrestles again?”

        
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