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Roman Reigns Reveals How Many More Years He Will Wrestle

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• Roman Reigns Reveals How Many More Years He Will Wrestle

After WrestleMania 38 in April 2022, Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns signed a new deal with WWE, where he would work less dates.

This deal is similar to that of Brock Lesnar, where they are treated as special attraction.

This new deal led to some wrestlers calling out Reigns for being a ‘part-timer’.

During an interview with BT Sport before WrestleMania 39, Reigns was asked about his schedule and below is what the Head of the Table said:

“I love my setup. They can all say what they want, every single one of them would take my deal if they could get it but they just can’t get it.

They’ll get a big fat ‘no’ and there’s nothing they can do about it.

They can say what they want. Seth (Rollins), any of them. Seth would take my deal, he would take my dates. He’d love to get my money but it’s not for him.

It’s the Tribal Chief setup, that’s just the way it is.”

Reigns was then asked how long he plans to wrestle, and he replied:

“At this pace, I take good care of myself. As long as it makes sense. I feel good. I’ll be 38 in a couple months.

I still feel like I could probably push to definitely 45 if I wanted to. I don’t need to but really it’s just about what is available, the art, you know.”

Reigns has been on the WWE main roster for 10 years and it looks like he’s going to stick around for 7 more years.

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (April 8, 1978) – WWWF House Show

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on April 8, 1978, the World Wide Wrestling Federation held an untelevised house show at the Baltimore Civic Center in Baltimore, Maryland.

This live event included matches featuring the 1978 WWWF Superstars.

The results can be found below:

Nikolai Volkoff defeated Joe Turco

Dino Bravo (sub. for Antonio Inoki) defeated Johnny Rodz

Peter Maivia defeated Strong Kobayashi

Ken Patera defeated Gorilla Monsoon by count-out

WWWF World Champion Bob Backlund defeated Superstar Billy Graham by DQ

Spiros Arion defeated SD Jones

Peter Maivia & Larry Zbyszko defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna & Stan Stasiak

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