Roman Reigns Names His Controversial Mount Rushmore

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In the main event of WrestleMania 39, Roman Reigns will put his Undisputed WWE Universal Championship on the line against Cody Rhodes.

The Tribal Chief will make history at the event regardless of the result as he will become the only man to have defended a World Championship at WrestleMania for three consecutive years. His reign has already surpassed multiple milestones and records as he has held the Universal Title for 945 days and the WWE Championship for 364 days.

With so many accolades to his name, Reigns could well become a staple of many people’s Mount Rushmores of pro wrestling. As it turns out, he is already on his own.

Roman Reigns names his Mount Rushmore of wrestling

Speaking to Ariel Helwani of BT Sport, Roman Reigns said that his Mount Rushmore would simply consist of The Bloodline, himself, The Usos, and Solo Sikoa.

“It’s The Bloodline, we are the best. I’m from this business, I respect every one of them immensely and they know it. I wouldn’t put my life and everything that I do into this like I do if I didn’t have that love and respect.”

The Head of the Table went on to explain that he believes nobody has ever had the kind of “4D characters” that have been created through the group.

“But at best they were 3D characters, we are all 4D characters. Nobody has ever done that, nobody has the amount of layered characters that we have.

“That’s just the artform I’m talking about, all of the business backs that too. Untouchable, but this is a proud and subjective situation. Everybody can make the claim for theirs, but I am at the point where I feel like I don’t need to make any claims. It is what it is.”

Reigns’ comments have been somewhat echoed by former Bloodline member turned foe Sami Zayn, who has claimed that The Bloodline story of the last few years could change the way wrestling storylines are done going forward.

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