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Roman Reigns Shows off His ‘Trained, Abused and Calloused’ Palms, Aims to End Daniel Bryan’s Career

Roman Reigns Claims His Win Against Edge and Daniel Bryan Is the 'Most Dominant Victory in Wrestlemania Main Event History'

Roman Reigns took to Instagram to hype up his upcoming match-up with Daniel Bryan. Previously, Roman was able to claim victory over Edge and Bryan at WrestleMania 37.

Moreover, the WWE specifically states that Bryan will have to call time on his career if he is unable to win. Bryan has agreed to a Career vs. Title match to WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns on Friday’s SmackDown. However, he will still be able to move over to RAW or NXT brands.

In the post Reigns writes, “These are the hands that were built to end Daniel Bryan’s career”. Joe Anoai aka Reigns is keen to put the kibosh on Bryan’s career. After having beaten Bryan via pinfall just a few weeks ago, Roman will be confident he can win again.

After Roman shrugged off Cesaro on SmackDown, he laid out a Universal Title opportunity for Bryan. Unfortunately,  The Leader of the “Yes!” Movement could see himself ‘banned’ from SmackDown if he loses. However, the stipulation bans Bryan from SmackDown only.

Moreover, Bryan himself has indicated that he would like to draw the curtains over his wrestling career. He states that he now wants to spend more time with his family. Interestingly, Bryan’s WWE contract also expires this coming fall as he signed a three-year contract back in September 2018.

Will Roman Reigns be Victorious Once Again?

Previously, Roman Reigns declared that his victory at WrestleMania 37 was the most dominant in the event’s history. He managed to pin two of the biggest SmackDown stars, and protect his title at the same time. Considering the situation, it is hard to argue with his statement.

Roman Reigns looks on during the WWE Smackdown on September 1, 2015 at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida.

Roman Reigns looks on during the WWE Smackdown on September 1, 2015, at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida. (Credits: Getty Images)

The Samoan is keen to showcase his dominance by taking on the biggest challenges and proving his worth. Hence, it makes sense why he chose to take on Bryan instead of Cesaro. Bryan is more accomplished and a bigger threat compared to Cesaro.

Interestingly, Friday’s SmackDown will also feature a rematch from WrestleMania 37 Night Two. Apollo Crews will defend the WWE Intercontinental Title against Big E Langston. Apollo was victorious on the previous occasion.

Read More: WWE Legend Arn Anderson Is High on Roman Reigns, Questions WWE Over His Baby-Face Character in the Past


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