Roman Reigns Says It's Foolish To Think AEW Is Competition For WWE

Roman Reigns Says It's Foolish To Think AEW Is Competition For WWE

Roman Reigns Says It's Foolish To Think AEW Is Competition For WWE

The presence of big name wrestlers like Chris Jericho, Moxley, Cody Rhodes, Kenny Omega and Young Bucks has surely bolstered the roster while the millions pumped in by businessman Tony Khan will give it a massive financial backing.

More news from former WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns' recent interview with The Sportster where he spoke about a wide range of topics has surfaced.

When asked, "do you think it's good that a company like AEW exists and might present some form of competition for WWE?"

DONALD TRUMP could be set for a sensational return to the world of wrestling with WWE reportedly lining up the President for an appearance.

'I'll just say this. It's all so new and it was what it was with Ambrose leaving and popping up over there... However, if it was going to happen then now we know how it was supposed to go down. "There's no comparing, I say that with firm confidence, all the way from the top to the very bottom, we are world class all the way through".

However, Reigns does see the good side of another big wrestling promotion launching: "Is it another option?" Reigns stated that once he begins to wear down physically, "that's when I think we can really start to dabble and go on a fuller schedule as far as films". "Just an option, which isn't a bad thing".

The Undertaker will team with Roman Reigns in a tag-team match against McIntyre and Shane McMahon at this Sunday's WWE Extreme Rules PPV at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, so it would make sense from a booking standpoint that the two would splinter off into their own singles rivalry.

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