Rolling Stone has an interview with Roman Reigns, who was promoting his upcoming WWE Championship match at WrestleMania 31. Below are a couple of highlights:
Learning from Paul Heyman and if it’s upping his game:
“Yeah, but I’ve gotta say that about everybody. I’m always trying to lift the bar, because if I’m getting better, the whole product’s getting better. It’s all about competition in my eyes. Nobody wants to be in the middle of the ladder, so if we continue to push each other, have that competitor’s spirit in the locker room, it’s just going to be better for everybody.”
Shooting back at the crowd during his promo on RAW and if he was instructed to do that:
“You shot back at the crowd last night. Is that something you’re comfortable doing or have you been instructed to do that?
That’s just an instinct thing. That’s not something you learn in a warehouse or people can tell you. If you’re a Daniel Bryan fan, I’m all for that. The more people Daniel Bryan will bring into arenas, the better. The more people I bring in, the better. But when I’m talkin’, shut the hell up and let me talk.”
Reigns also discussed his new “I Can. I Will.” shirt, not making it into the NFL, how the fraternity of wrestlers differs from the fraternity of football players, his biggest goal at WrestleMania besides winning the belt and more. You can check out the full interview by clicking here.
Source: Rolling Stone
L.O.S. The Butcher contributed to this article.