• Who Produced Last Night’s John Cena – Roman Reigns Segment On SmackDown?
Last night’s SmackDown kicked off with WWE Legend John Cena and Universal Champion Roman Reigns meeting face-to-face in the ring.
During this segment, Cena & Reigns insulted each other. Cena also gave Reigns his “report card”, and Reigns got a D grade (and also called him D-bag and D-head).
Cena said WWE has been pushing Roman for 10 years and going by the numbers, it looks like only he’s buying the product.
You can read some of the lines that they said to each other below:
Cena: Roman Reigns will beat the hell out of me at SummerSlam, but he will lose at SummerSlam.
Reigns: You are good enough to win the WWE Championship, but not the Universal Championship.
Reigns: 20 Years of missionary was good enough for you, but it wasn’t good enough for Nikki Bella.
Cena: That’s why I’m back, dude. I’m the only one that can shut you up.
Cena: You almost ruined Seth Rollins, you ran Dean Ambrose out of WWE.
Cena: All I need is 1, 2, 3…and you’re the biggest FAILURE in WWE history.
You can watch their complete exchange below:
According to Fightful Select, Jamie Noble was the producer for this segment:
“Jamie Noble produced the opening segment that featured John Cena and Roman Reigns, or at least was listed as such.
It’s worth noting that Paul Heyman has also had heavy influence over Reigns’ stories, and Reigns and Cena have a significant more amount of freedom over their segments than most.”
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• Old School Wrestling Veteran Celebrates His Birthday
Old School Wrestling Veteran Bobby Duncum Sr. celebrates his 77th birthday today.
From the 60s till the late 80s, he wrestled in various promotions such as Vince McMahon Sr.’s World Wide Wrestling Federation, Verne Gagne’s American Wrestling Association, Eddie Graham’s Championship Wrestling from Florida & various other NWA territories.
A lot of Old School fans, who were watching Wrestling during the famous Monday Night Wars, will remember his son, Bobby Duncum Jr., who was a member of Curt Hennig’s faction “The West Texas Rednecks”.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY BOBBY DUNCUM!