Roman Reigns Comments For The First Time After Losing To Cody Rhodes At WRESTLEMANIA

Roman Reigns Comments For The First Time After Losing To Cody Rhodes At WRESTLEMANIA Roman Reigns Comments For The First Time After Losing To Cody Rhodes At WRESTLEMANIA

Former Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns has broken his silence after losing the title at WrestleMania and it's clear the Tribal Chief's story is far from over. Find more details here...

By JoshWilding - Apr 10, 2024 01:04 PM EST
Filed Under: WWE

Roman Reigns' historic 1316-day reign as Undisputed WWE Universal Champion came to an end on Sunday night in the main event of WrestleMania when he was defeated by Cody Rhodes. 

During his time as champion, the Head of the Table fended off many challengers (including John Cena, Daniel Bryan, Edge, Goldberg, and Brock Lesnar), cementing himself as both one of WWE's longest reigning and most formidable title holders. 

Now, as we enter a new era with the American Nightmare as champion, a lot of questions remain about what comes next for Reigns. He's expected to take some time off (perhaps until SummerSlam) but has broken his silence about that loss on social media. 

"Yesterday I mourned. Today is Day 1," Reigns said on X and Instagram. Check out his posts below:

Talking at the post-WrestleMania press conference, WWE CCO Paul "Triple H" Levesque had nothing but praise for the Tribal Chief and the impact he's had on WWE in recent years as leader of The Bloodline. 

"There's a lot of banter about the greatest of all time. You could make arguments for a lot of people, and there's a lot metrics you can measure that by or opinions, or whatever that is," The Game said. "If he is not the [greatest of all-time], he's one of, absolutely, for certain, the greatest of all-time."

"To do what he has done, to overcome all the things in his career and the positioning, and the stuff that he had to get through and hung in there to get where he needed to be, to deal with his physical issues and health issues, to overcome [them], and the pandemic, to overcome [it] everything that he has to deal with on the way here."

"And then to go out there and put on a run nobody has ever put on before, a run of epic, epic moments, epic storytelling," the WWE Hall of Famer added. "I see the word 'cinema' thrown around a lot, but it really is."

He'd go on to say the next storyline they have in mind for Reigns will "blow people's minds" and later made a point of saying, "[I] can't tell you how much respect I have for Roman Reigns." The expectation now is that we're getting Reigns vs. The Rock at WrestleMania 41, but time will tell. 

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