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Roman Reigns Comments On Fans Thinking His Battle With Leukemia Was A Storyline

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It was pre-taped at the Cow Palace in San Francisco, California and included matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF Survivor Series 1987’ PPV.

The card can be found right here:

1. Honky Tonk Man vs. Jerry Monti

2. Strike Force vs. Steve Lombardi & Terry Gibbs

3. One Man Gang vs. Billy Anderson

4. Paul Orndorff vs. Rex Farmer

5. Brutus Beefcake vs. Mike Starr

6. The Islanders vs. Jesse Cortez & Steve Gatorwolf

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• Roman Reigns Comments On Fans Thinking His Battle With Leukemia Was A Storyline

During a recent interview with Leukemia Care, “The Big Dog” Roman Reigns talked about his battle with leukemia, on fans thinking his battle with leukemia was a storyline & more.

Below is what Reigns said:

“I think there is ignorance of leukaemia. The word alone is intimidating. ‘Leukaemia’ it sounds like a cancer word. It sounds like it could take your life.

What people haven’t realised is the different phases. That’s the whole thing about me and this huge WWE platform, that’s why I want people to know. I want people to understand that it’s not what people see in the movies. We’re in a different place now; we are making advancements, there are things we are doing to help people and save lives – we just don’t always concentrate on those things.

In the media, what we like to talk about is very controversial, that’s what we want to discuss. We don’t want to discuss the good moments or ‘the wins’. With my story and the help of my medication, and the medical breakthroughs that we have, I think it’s very important to understand that. We are winning some of these battles. There are very specific reasons why I am maintaining the look and the health that I have, and it’s important that people know that.

This is what I feel when people see me in that ring, when they know I came through what happened to me and still do something like being a performer and throwing my body around in front of millions of people. The fact that I am still able to do that, I think that should give a lot of hope to people that they can lead a normal life and can still capture their dreams.”

Reigns was then asked about the side-effects of his oral chemotherapy and below is what he said:

“Some days it makes me a little nauseous; I do a good job in trying to keep everything down and not going the full way in terms of being sick. It can disrupt your stomach a little bit. You have to change some of your eating habits. I can’t take in as much protein as I used to.

In terms of my alcohol, I’ve got to be that guy who kind of sits on the side of the party here and there, I’ll maybe have myself a glass of wine. For the most part, it’s out completely.

I can’t really go in the sun as much, I have hyperpigmentation from my medication. There are a few different effects, but at the end of the day, I woke up. I’d rather deal with a few side effects here and there and continue to wake up every day.”

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