Roman Reigns Reveals When He Plans To Retire From WWE

Roman Reigns WWE Universal Champion

‘The Tribal Chief’ Roman Reigns is about to step into the ring to headline his third consecutive WrestleMania defending WWE gold and a remarkable seventh main event on the ‘Grandest Stage Of Them All’.

Some could be forgiven for thinking that the ‘Head Of The Table’ could be satisfied with his achievements and consider his future whatever the outcome of his highly anticipated Undisputed Universal WWE Championship bout with ‘The American Nightmare’ Cody Rhodes at SoFI Stadium, Los Angeles on night 2 of WrestleMania 39.

But in a recent interview Reigns has suggested that, despite a long list of achievements during his storied career in WWE, he isn’t ready to hang up his boots just yet.

Roman Reigns plans to extend WWE career for many years to come

Reigning and defending Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Reigns recently spoke to BT Sport’s Ariel Helwani and explained that he expects to compete inside a WWE ring for a number of years yet but noted he may be motivated by personal goals or creative plans:

“At this pace I take good care of myself. As long as it makes sense. I feel good, I’ll be 38 in a couple of months. I still feel like I could probably push till definitely 45 if I wanted to, I don’t need to.

But really, it’s just about what is available, the art. Whether it’s the accolades, 1,000 days, great. Alright, let’s do 1,500, cool, 2,000. Or no it’s something that is pulling me, I have to do this, I have to create this on camera, I have to build this dynamic on camera. If something like that comes along too, then that will motivate me as well.”

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