FULL NAME   Leati Joseph "Joe" Anoaʻi
BORN   May 25, 1985
HEIGHT   6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
NATIONALITY   American
RELATION(S)   Galina Becker (Spouse), Sika Anoaʻi (Father), Patricia A. Anoa'i (Mother)

WWE Debut

Roman Reigns moved to wrestling in July 2010, when he marked an agreement with WWE and was later drafted to their Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW) domain. He made his WWE debut on ninth September 2010 utilizing the ring name Roman Leakee. With Roman Reigns age being during the 20s, the former Jacksonville Panthers player made his singles WWE debut in a losing exertion to Richie Steamboat. Roman won his first match in the division in the wake of supporting a couple more misfortunes. In 2011, he shaped a tag-team with Donny Marlow and the duo challenged Calvin Raines and Big E Langston for the FCW Tag Team Championship. However, their endeavor would be ineffective.

In 2012, Leakee stuck then FCW Heavyweight Champion Leo Kruger during a tag-team coordinate. The match developed as the beginning stage of another feud as Leakee later crushed Senior member Ambrose and Seth Rollins in a triple threat coordinate, turning into the number one contender for the FCW Heavyweight Championship. However, he failed in his crucial he lost to Kruger the following week. Leakee later recaptured the tag-team titles with Mike Dalton. After WWE rebranded FCW to WWE NXT, Leakee changed his ring name to Roman Reigns and made his debut on 31st October to beat CJ Parker. He beat Pursue Donovan and wrestled in his last match in the division against Gavin Reids which he won on the December 5 episode of NXT.

Roman Reigns Heel

Remaining at 6 ft 3 in, Roman Reigns tallness surely played an enormous factor, as the former FCW sensation made his first appearance on the WWE fundamental program as a component of the group known as The Shield alongside Senior member Ambrose and Seth Rollins. They made their appearance during the triple threat headliner for the WWE Championship including CM Punk, John Cena and Ryback at the Survivor Series PPV. They came in through the group and attacked Ryback together.

A worn out and defenseless Ryback couldn't do anything as they beat him hardheartedly. They finished by tossing him through the critique table which later ended up being the mark move of the group. Because of the intercession, CM Punk held the title.

The Shield WWE

In the episode of RAW following the Survivor Series, The Shield defended their activities by saying that they promised to fight against shamefulness and completely denied working for CM Punk. They would call themselves 'The Dogs of Equity'. However, the group would rise up out of the group to consistently beat up Punk's opponents and enemies including Ryback and Team Hell No, a tag-team involving Kane and Daniel Bryan.

This led to a tag-team coordinate between The Shield and the three foes of CM Punk in the TLC: Tables, Ladders and Chairs pay per view. This was the official debut match of the group, which The Shield effectively won. The Shield kept on assaulting Punk's opponents, including beating up The Stone who is Roman reigns cousins. On the January 28, 2013 episode of RAW, it was revealed that CM Punk and his supervisor Paul Heyman had been paying The Shield to work for him.

The trio finished their relationship with Punk and started feuding with John Cena, Ryback and Sheamus. They faced each other on February seventeenth at the Elimination Chamber which was won by The Shield. The group contended in their first match on RAW in the following episode which they won against Ryback, Sheamus and Chris Jericho.

While trying to beat the group, Sheamus framed a partnership with Randy Orton and Big Show and faced them at the Wrestlemania 29, where The Shield again rose successful. The Shield began assaulting The Funeral director in the following episode of RAW however were halted by Team Hell No. This set up a six-man tag team coordinate in the 22nd April 2013 episode of RAW which The Shield won. The Shield's winning streak reached a conclusion when they lost by means of disqualification in an elimination tag-team coordinate against John Cena, Kane and Daniel Bryan in the thirteenth May 2013 episode.

At the Extreme Rules pay per view, Reigns won his first belt in WWE as he joined forces with Seth Rollins to win the WWE Tag Team Championship in a tornado tag team championship. They won the rematch against Team Hell No on the 27th May 2013 episode of RAW. The duo defended their titles against Randy Orton and Daniel Bryan at Payback, against The Usos at Money in the Bank and against Prime Time Players at Night of Champions.

In August, The Shield began working for Triple H and The Expert in a difference in storyline. Reigns and Rollins lost their titles to Cody Rhodes and Goldust in a no disqualification coordinate following impedance from Big Show and proceeded to lose the rematch against them too. At Survivor Series, Reigns was the sole survivor for The Shield in a five-on-five elimination tag team coordinate where he made a Survivor Series record by disposing of four. In the Royal Rumble, Reigns entered the rumble at number 15 and made the record for the most number of eliminations with 12. He was at long last disposed of by Batista.

Just before the Wrestlemania XXX, The Shield attacked Jerry Lawler however later directed their concentration toward Kane. Driving upto the event, they kept on assaulting Kane who was joined by The New Age Bandits, thus coming full circle into a match at the pay per view. The Shield won the match. The feud with Kane brought about The Shield severing ties with Triple H who improved Development by and by. However, The Shield crushed Development at Extreme Rules and Payback. Batista quit WWE before long, which led Triple H to execute his Arrangement B. This led to Seth Rollins assaulting Reigns and Ambrose and subsequently The Shield broke separated.

The Big Dog

After The Shield broke separated, Reigns was brought into title conflict. He failed to win the World Heavyweight Title Championship Stepping stool Match at Money in the Bank. In the following pay per view at Battleground, Reigns was a piece of the fatal four-route coordinate for the Championship which he lost too. Reigns at that point built up a feud with Randy Orton which led to a match between them at Summerslam where Reigns beat Orton.

Meanwhile, Senior member Ambrose was feuding with Rollins over his selling out which at last led to Ambrose being harmed by the last mentioned. Roman Reigns stepped in and a match was set up at Night of Champions. However, Reigns built up a detained hernia which required medical procedure before the event and thus Reigns was ruled out of activity for an inconclusive measure of time.

Reigns returned in the TLC: Tables, Ladders and Chairs event where he attacked both Big Show and Seth Rollins to help John Cena win. Following the event, Reigns faced Big Show in a numerous matches, which were all won by Reigns.

Roman Reigns entered the 2015 Royal Rumble at number 19, which he won thus procuring an opportunity to feature Wrestlemania 31. Reigns was then compelled to safeguard this opportunity with a match against Daniel Bryan at Fastlane and effectively figured out how to do it. At Wrestlemania 31, Seth Rollins traded out his Money in the Bank when Reigns' match against Brock Lesnar was in progress. Rollins then stuck Reigns to win the championship.

In April 2015, Reigns refueled his contention with Big Show which brought about a Sole survivor coordinate at Extreme Rules. Reigns won the match. At Payback, Reigns failed to win the championship against Rollins in a fatal four-manner coordinate. He contended in the Money in the Bank coordinate at the pay per view yet failed to win after Bawl Wyatt attacked him.

Reigns likewise failed to win against Wyatt at Battleground following an intercession. At the Night of Champions, Reigns teamed with former partner Dignitary Ambrose and Chris Jericho yet the duo were beaten by Wyatt, Luke Harper and Braun Strowman. At Hell in a Cell, Reigns had his reclamation as he beat Wyatt.

Roman Reigns Injury

On the 26th October 2015 episode of RAW, Reigns partook in a fatal four-way coordinate including Alberto del Rio, Dolph Ziggler and Kevin Owens to decide the number one contender for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Reigns won the match, which was trailed by Seth Rollins' untimely injury prompting the championship being abandoned. A competition was reported and Triple H attempted to convince Reigns to join The Authority by giving him a bye to the last.

Reigns declined the offer and proceeded to win the competition to become the WWE World Heavyweight Champion just because. Triple H seemed to praise Reigns following his triumph however hit him with a lance. Sheamus traded out his Money in the Bank contract, thus finishing Reigns' rule.

At the TLC: Tables, Ladders and Chairs, Reigns lost to Sheamus following an impedance from Alberto del Rio and Rusev. On the following episode of RAW, Mr. McMahon allowed Reigns a title rematch against Sheamus which Reigns won to recover his title notwithstanding impedances from Mr. McMahon, Del Rio and Rusev.

On the fourth January 2016 episode of Raw, Reigns indeed defended his crown against Sheamus. Reigns was then made to guard his title in a Royal Rumble coordinate at the pay per view. Triple H won the title in the wake of winning the rumble.

At Fastlane, Reigns beat Senior member Ambrose and Brock Lesnar in a triple threat match to become the number one contender for the championship at Wrestlemania 32. He the proceeded to win the title at the event. After effective title safeguards against AJ Styles at both Payback and Extreme Rules, Reigns lost his title to old adversary Seth Rollins at Money in the Bank.

Grand Slam

Subsequent to neglecting to win the WWE Championship and inability to fight for the WWE Universal Championship, Reigns challenged Rusev for the WWE US Championship. The duo faced each other at Summerslam which was announced as a no challenge. Rusev then cost Reigns' opportunity to become the number one contender for the WWE Universal Championship. Reigns beat Rusev at Conflict of Champions to become the WWE US Champion.

On the 28th November episode of RAW, Reigns challenged WWE Universal Champion Kevin Owens to a non-title coordinate which he won. He thus earned a took shots at the title as per the stipulations of the match. The duo met at Detour: Stopping point and Reigns lost through disqualification after Chris Jericho attacked Owens to prevent Reigns from winning. On the ninth January 2017 episode of RAW, Reigns lost his US Championship to Chris Jericho.

Reigns faced Owens in a no disqualification rematch at Royal Rumble with Jericho being suspended in a cage over the ring. Reigns lost the match after Braun Strowman meddled. Later on, Reigns entered the Royal Rumble coordinate at number 30 yet was wiped out by Randy Orton.

Reigns faced The Funeral director at the Wrestlemania 33 and beat the incredible grappler. In doing as such, he turned out to be just the subsequent grappler to beat him at Wrestlemania.

At Extreme Rules, Reigns was named in the fatal five-route coordinate alongside Bawl Wyatt, Finn Balor, Samoa Joe and Seth Rollins which he failed to win. On the nineteenth June 2017 episode of RAW, Reigns challenged the individual who might become the WWE Universal Champion at Summerslam, yet Strowman returned on that night and cost him his opportunity. The duo proceeded to confront each other in a rescue vehicle coordinate at Extraordinary Bundles of Fire, which Reigns lost.

In October, Reigns rejoined his old buddies Senior member Ambrose and Seth Rollins to reproduce The Shield because of issues with The Miz, Bo Dallas, Curtis Axel, Cesaro and Sheamus. They were scheduled to take an interest in TLC: Tables, Ladders and Chairs together however Reigns couldn't because of a sickness. Reigns later beat The Miz to win the WWE Intercontinental Championship and thus finished the Grand Slam. He was the seventeenth Grand Slam champion. He lost the title to The Miz at the 25th commemoration of RAW episode.

Roman Reigns WWE - Universal Championship

Reigns took an interest in the Royal Rumble coordinate at the pay per view yet was wiped out by Shinsuke Nakamura. He failed to recapture the Intercontinental title from The Miz and participated in a number one contender coordinate for the Universal Championship at Elimination Chamber. Reigns won the match. He faced the champion Brock Lesnar at Wrestlemania 34 yet failed to win in the wake of suffering six F5s. They played a rematch at the Best Royal Rumble in a steel cage coordinate. Reigns skewered Lesnar through the cage, thus giving Lesnar the success as he left the cage first.

Roman Reigns Movies

Reigns showed up in two movies as himself. He made an appearance in the 2016 motion picture Commencement. He likewise showed up as himself in The Jetsons and WWE: Robo-Wrestlemania.

Roman Reigns Family 

Reigns is half Samoan Wrestlers and half Italian through his ancestry. Wrestling runs in his family as the two his dad Sika Anoa'i and sibling Rosey were Wrestlers. Roman reigns cousins are former WWE Wrestlers Yokozuna, Rikishi, Umaga and The Rock.

Reigns wedded Galina Joelle Becker in December 2014. They have a girl named Joelle. In 2016, Roman Reigns spouse brought forth twin young men.

Finishing Moves and Signature Moves

  • Moment of Silence
  • Spear
  • Samoan drop
  • Superman Punch
  • Multiple corner clothesline

Entrence Theme

  • Special Op by Jim Johnston (as part of The Shield)
  • The Truth Reigns by Jim Johnston

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