In spite of the fact that The Shield focused on building Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins’ controversial statements about Roman being one of The Shield’s stronger personalities seem to have backfired. WWE legend Road Dogg shut down any statement Rollins made about how Roman was a stronger personality within The Shield.
The following sentence summarizes an interview on the Broken Skull Sessions, where Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose revealed that Reigns was going to be the group’s focus.
Roman Reigns’ appearances in the WWE are constantly drawn out, or what they would call “Roman re-entrants.”
Rollins, however, didn’t express resentment over the fact but simply that both he and Ambrose knew the truth.
While discussing the topic during The Wrestling Outlaws, Dr Chris Featherstone asked,
WWE legend Road Dogg if they focused on Reigns during 2014 to help him get over. However, Roaddogg denied this and instead said that they never created The Shield to focus on Reigns.
“I didn’t see it that way, and we never wrote it that way. And we didn’t think about it that way, so I don’t know if it was just Seth Rollins feeling that way or maybe it was the truth, but I didn’t see it that way at all. All three of them were a cohesive unit, but they were three individually talented guys. I didn’t see it like they were propping Roman [Reigns] up. I saw it as Roman kind of had to earn it in there because the other two had a lot more experience.”
Is Roman Reigns better as a heel or face?
Roman Reigns is now more confident as a heel, which has been reflected in his body language. Heels can be more over to the fans than babyfaces, but it’s ultimately the bad guys that have more fun with their characters.
Is romen a babyface?
After years of rejection as a babyface, Roman Reigns finally turned heel at SummerSlam 2020. The Big Dog’s decision angered many fans and the birth of The Tribal Chief persona