WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns has discussed his disagreements ahead of headlining WrestleMania 37 against Edge and Daniel Bryan.
Reigns returned to WWE screens after a short hiatus at SummerSlam 2020 with a whole new personality and Paul Heyman by his side. The Tribal Chief took no prisoners and he reclaimed his WWE Universal Title in short order, ruling SmackDown with an iron fist.
After feuding with his cousin Jey Uso over the title, Roman Reigns brought his cousins The Usos into the fold forming The Bloodline and ensuring another line of defence to keep the title at the head of the table.
Perhaps Roman Reigns’ toughest challenge as WWE Universal Champion was having to face both WWE Hall Of Famer Edge and former WWE Champion Daniel Bryan in the main event of WrestleMania 37.
However as Reigns revealed to Bleacher Report, his mind was preoccupied with the possibility of debuting his new theme music on The Grandest Stage Of Them All. According to Reigns, the music wasn’t ready although the WWE Chairman seemed to disagree:
“It wasn’t ready. Me and the big man weren’t agreeing on a couple of things, so I was like, ‘Screw it, I’m not going out to it now.’ I have to feel it because nobody outside of my cousins and Paul is walking out to that. To me, these are the types of things I have to 100 percent be connected to, and that’s why our audience can trust me and the presentation and the character and everything I’m doing.”
Roman Reigns made his entrance to his more familiar music that dates back to his days in The Shield for the match where he retained his title. Reigns finally debuted his music just weeks after WrestleMania putting the last vestiges of his Big Dog persona to rest.