Roman Reigns has been the undisputed champion beyond people’s remembrance as he continues to rule the roost with an iron fist. However, with the return of the Rock just ahead of what is going to be a power-packed build up at WrestleMania XL, it is somewhat confirmed that the two members of the same family, two alpha males will be going head-to-head in an ultimate showdown.
Who takes the prize then from a rubble of high-flying splinters as two of the best in business, one who has probably forged countless iconic storylines while the other has been the greatest in modern day wrestling? Well, the answer should probably be the Rock. Here are three reasons why the Brahma Bull should defeat the Tribal Chief.
#1 WWE Universe is now tired of the storyline and Rock would finally bury it as the hero
Well, it has been a long time that the storyline has been continuing for the Bloodline and now with Jey Uso and Jimmy Uso given separate runs far away from the Bloodline, there needs to be a thumping finish to the entire saga. And who better than the Rock to call it a day at the Bloodline after being a top gun in the industry and the Anoia family.
#2 There is no better Tribal Chief than the Rock
Rock is the people’s favorite and believe this or not but no one replaces him as the chief of the table. He has forged a legacy so great for the Anoia family that it will never be paralleled.
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Given the fact that Rock’s run is timely and it is just to set things in motion where other storylines can be explored, he will probably be going head to head against Roman in one final showdown to leave the Big Dog shredded into pieces.
#3 Roman Reigns should need someone iconic to set the story right
Given the stature of Roman Reigns, being very candid, someone from the roster who hasn’t yet reached up to that level of iconic would never be beating him.
The Rock has revealed that he’s “open” to the idea of facing Roman Reigns at WrestleMania in April.
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Hence, the equation is simple, if someone has to beat Roman, it has to be someone way greater than him. That may include the likes of SCSA, Goldberg or someone who has ruled the ring from the past. Hence, who better than the Rock? Call it a finish to the madness.