There is no denying Roman Reigns’ body of work in WWE, particularly over the past two years as Head of the Table and current WWE Undisputed Universal Champion. Even so, the fact that The Bloodline’s leader can’t always handle business on his own is a testament to how remarkable the faction has been. Recently, segments incorporating Reigns and his family have enraged the wrestling world, as well as the Tribal Chief points to one man in particular who has brought stuff entirely new to the table recently.
Take a look at Sami. He opened a different door, allowing us to show different layers, says Reigns. The Honorary Uce has created quite a stir in the WWE Universe in over the last week, with We Want Sami chants filling arenas when he’s been unavailable, not to mention Zayn’s coining of the term Ucey. All of these small moments have added multiple layers to The Bloodline, even if they have frequently come at the expense of Jey Use. However, Reigns recognises that Zayn’s prevailing persona benefits all parties.
He continues, He gives us something entirely different to play off of. Sami needs to be at the cool-kid table, in the cool clique. Being able to tell that story is what elevates us to the next level. Who would have guessed Ucey existed? However, over 12 million people on social media formed it a thing, demonstrating the kind of power we have. As Reigns and his parents continue to create history, Zayn has been just as important as ever.
Logan Paul WWE Contract
Wrestling fans around the world groaned earlier this year when social media icon Logan Paul was announced as The Miz’s tag team partner for WrestleMania. While Paul is a celebrity in his own right and is no stranger to sports as a professionally trained boxer, his performance in pro wrestling was unknown. To everyone’s astonishment, Paul managed to hold his own in the ring, putting on a rookie-worthy performance. The Miz and Paul even managed to defeat their opposition, Rey & Dominik Mysterio.
Now that Logan Paul has agreed to sign a WWE contract and will be making his WWE debut tonight on Raw, Bookies.com has announced their odds for Paul to succeed the WWE Championship before the year 2024. Bookmakers believe Paul has a 65.52 percent chance of getting a championship before 2024, with a 38.46 percent chance of not winning a championship. Paul would not be the first celebrity to win a WWE championship; in recent years, Bad Bunny and Rob Gronkowski have both won the 24/7 Championship.