– Reason Behind Brock Lesnar Defeating Braun Strowman With 1 F5
As seen at No Mercy 2017, during the Roman Reigns vs. John Cena match, Cena hit Reigns with his every big move multiple times, but failed to put Roman away. On other hand, Reigns hit his usual moves to defeat Cena.
Also, “The Beast Incarnate” Brock Lesnar defeated “The Monster Among Men” Braun Strowman with just 1 F5 to retain the Universal Title. This was done to make Lesnar look very strong and it would mean the most when Reigns finally defeats Lesnar by outlasting multiple F5s at WrestleMania 34.
This was done to make both Lesnar & Reigns the two most superior superstars in WWE and Vince McMahon was very pleased with whatever happened at No Mercy, as the story was not about the present, but the future and the events leading up to WrestleMania 34.
– Roman Reigns Explains Why He Has Cried Over Wrestling
During a recent appearance on “In This Corner” podcast, top Raw star “The Big Dog” Roman Reigns talked about if the negative comments from fans bothers him and why he has cried over wrestling. Below is what he said:
“No, doesn’t bother me because, like you said, you have to believe in yourself and I know that kind of sounds corny, but it’s true, do you know what I mean, especially when you have people telling you this and that, and critiquing you, and telling you what you’re not good at and what you probably shouldn’t be doing.
But I know the time I put in. I know the sweat, the blood, even the tears. I’ve cried over this stuff. Do you know what I mean? As a grown man, I’ve cried over wrestling before. I’m man enough to say it.
It means that much to me and I think that’s why, especially my family, that’s why we’re so good at it, is because we really care about it and it’s something we can connect to. Do you know what I mean? It’s just if you don’t have confidence in yourself, you’re going to have a terrible time when you walk through that curtain. Do you know what I mean?
For me, it has been a while since I’ve heard the ‘you can’t wrestle’ chants. It really has been a couple of years. But, at the end of the day, if they’re making a lot of noise, if they’re standing up, that means they’re interested and that’s all I care about.
The real time that I’ve honestly cried was a late night with my cousin, Jey. And I was still in developmental and he was up on the road. He had taken me out and at this point I had no money. He was kind of helping me out. He was the one that bought the dinner for us and everything. And we were just sitting there talking and stuff and he was just kind of laying it out there.
I was so green and he was trying to get me to think on my feet. Do you know what I mean? And then, he may have said something that irritated me and the whole situation because I knew I wasn’t ready and I didn’t know what to do and it was so frustrating and I want to be the best. I want to be the absolute greatest to ever do this and I had that mindset since day one.”
– Charlotte Flair Reveals What Paul Heyman Told Her At WrestleMania 32
During a recent appearance on Busted Open, Charlotte Flair said that she would love to have Paul Heyman as her manager and revealed what Heyman told her at WrestleMania 32. Below is what she said:
“I would love Paul to manage me. I do this: at WrestleMania 32, when I was so nervous, and had so much other pressure on me, it was Paul who said, ‘go out there and prove to them why you’re the center of that poster.'”