Kurt Angle reveals Roman Reigns' future: "He won't be in WWE anymore"

Speaking on The Kurt Angle Show, the WWE Hall of Famer revealed how Roman Reigns will leave WWE in five years because he is destined to become a movie star

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Kurt Angle reveals Roman Reigns' future: "He won't be in WWE anymore"

Roman Reigns is undoubtedly one of the stars of the moment in WWE. Exactly as everyone expected after almost three years of victories, triumphs, segments and important matches, he will soon also exceed 1000 days as Universal champion alongside Paul Heyman and his now little united Bloodline.

After his wrestler career is over, it seems that in the future of him, according to Kurt Angle's words, there is a role in the cinema and it wouldn't be the first time for a star of the Stamford company. Batista and John Cena have also become Hollywood icons.

Batista was in the Cinema in the last weeks with Guardians of Galaxy Vol.III.

Kurt Angle: Roman Reigns is going to be a big movie star

Speaking on The Kurt Angle Show, the WWE Hall of Famer revealed how Roman Reigns will leave WWE in five years because he is destined to become a movie star: Roman Reigns will not be in WWE yet in five years.

That kid is going to be a big movie star and I'm convinced of that. I have no doubts, he looks amazing, he's talented and he's smart. The kid's going to be a movie star, I think he's got that." Roman Reigns had won the Universal belt against Bray Wyatt and Braun Strowman in Payback 2020, more precisely on August 30, turning heel with one of WWE's most famous managers, Paul Heyman.

From there on it was all a descent for the Tribal Chief, with many titled victories against opponents of the caliber of Bryan Danielson, Edge, John Cena, Brock Lesnar, Cody Rhodes, Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, Goldberg and Drew McIntyre.

Meanwhile also becoming WWE Champion at WrestleMania 38 against Brock Lesnar. Few people can boast more days with a WWE World Title to his life than Roman, we are talking about the legends Bruno Sammartino (2,803 days and 1,237 days), Pedro Morales (1,027 days), Bob Backlund (2,135 days) and Hulk Hogan (1,474 days).

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