You know, Roman Reigns Fuck Cancer Shirt is designed based on Roman Reigns, the WWE Universal champion. He has revealed a shocking news to his fans that he was diagnosed with leukemia and battled the disease for 11 years. The 33-year-old told the crowd at Monday Night Raw that he would leave the ring and give up the Universal Championship. Roman, whose real name is Leati Joseph Anoa'i, said he battled cancer for the first time when he was 22 years old and he was relieved. But sadly for the father of three children, recently discovered that the disease has returned. Roman says, I felt like I owed people an apology. For months, even years, I have said that I will be here every week, that I will be a champion – but all is a lie. That was a lie because of the fact that my real name was Joe and I lived with leukemia for 11 years and sadly it came back. And because leukemia is back, I can not fulfill my responsibilities. I can not be the champion and I will have to give up the Universal Championship. (Read more)
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Do you all remember when you celebrated the reception to the Reigns vs Mahal match? You'll need to consider this: it's okay for fans to hate the character and the agenda…but it's not okay for fans to disrespect the man(Joe. Sure, he's playing Reigns, but let me get to my point in a moment)putting his body on the line for them(it wasn't a hardcore match, but you get it, right?). Look, I get that the fans wanted to send a message to the higher-ups(I do sort of agree. Things were already out of hand and drastic measures were needed), but anyone who goes “I hated the character but…” can't use that excuse if they celebrated and/or participated in said reception. Referee Scott Armstrong tried to make this point but no one cared.
Roman has been battling this disease for 11 years. Under the stage, the audience started screaming because they could not accept the shocking announcement. Roman continued, “I will not lie again, I will do all the prayers that you can send me, but I am not seeking sympathy, you believe me. I will defeat this disease, I will come back and you will soon see me again. Again thank you very much, God bless you and I love you. “This is really sad news for fans of Roman in particular and wrestling fan community in general. The creature nicknamed “The Big Dog” has long been considered the face of WWE. He won all of the current WWE Championship titles (world champion, world champion, team mate, intercontinental champion, US champion), was chosen as the end of the legendary Undertaker at WrestleMania last year. Roman's withdrawal to cure disease means the disintegration of “The Shield.” WWE's current triumvirate will be absent from its key member and current heavyweight champion Roman Reigns. In the final appearance of “The Shield” in front of the audience, Seth Rollins could not help crying. Roman's sudden departure forced the script team to give the other two members of The Shield an early confrontation.
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I didn't even realize Jinder/Roman happened. I haven't watched WWE since GRR went down. I hope only the best for Roman and his health. I'd think WM would be the bigger example of disrespecting Roman, the main event being hijacked by the live attendees was the most bizarro world shit I've seen from any wrestling crowd.Roman haters are all the same. They will say I hate this, I hate that and here's another thing I hate. But at the end of the day they just don't like that he isn't Daniel Bryan. It all started right after Wrestlemania 30 when Dave Meltzer said that the plan was already in place for Brock vs Roman at 31 main event. It came right at the height of Bryan's popularity and people were pissed and they never got over it.
He probably has a million things on his mind right now, but that must mean a lot. For years the man got booed, hated and called some pretty awful things. The universal support the man got these past 24 hours from all sides must be overwhelming. Since many brought it up, I know that the hate he received was for his on air character and booking. I'm just saying it must be a great feeling to suddenly see so much positivity and support when he usually only had to open his Twitter to have people call him a wank pheasant.All these people that have booed him for years, all the people who have wished horrible things upon him are now wishing him love and support. His phone must be blowing up with his friends and family giving him all the love and support they can muster. Even people from other companies, people he's never met or interacted with are wishing him the best. This is why one of the many reasons I love wrestling. When the communities all come together, and all stick together, it's actually touching.
This is the difference in maturity. The more mature people all along could separate the performer from the fiction. The less mature need something like this to hit home and have it separated for them. And there is a remaining group that is just beyond any type of redemption. I'm not going to bother discussing the latter group, but I hope it's a learning experience for those in the middle that they can move into the former group going forward. Ultimately this stuff is all entertainment and it's fun when it entertains us. When it doesn't, you have every right not to enjoy it and to just not watch. I haven't watched RAW in years and I pretty much only watch a PPV every once in awhile usually for AJ Styles' matches (I still have not seen the SuperShowdown match). So it's not like I actually regularly watch it, because tbh I don't like most of it. But I've never been one to personally attack any of the performers and wish anything bad happen to any of them. On a similar note, I do want to say how proud I am of you guys, the subreddit. I've rarely seen you guys work so bipartisanly to show support. We've had some shitheads we've had to remove comments from and a few that were banned, but overall y'all have been fantastic about this whole situation. It's no secret that Roman wasn't popular around here but I'm really glad that our community didn't let that cloud their feelings about this situation.
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I know that should really go without saying but still. Sometimes people's responses can be surprising and downright nasty. I'd just like to mention that even though people are booing ‘his character' it still sucks for him. Imagine beating cancer, getting your dream job and then becoming the absolute top guy… the next ‘Hogan' of WWE. And then the crowd turns on you and shits on everything you do. That sucks, no matter what Roman says to us. Fans are entitled to boo and cheer as they please, they paid for their seat, but that doesn't mean it does not suck. It does.I'm far from a fan of Roman Reigns, but I must admit I had to fight back tears during that opening segment last night. Shit got real in about five seconds flat, and any thoughts of whether I liked Roman Reigns the wrestler or the way he's been presented over the years went out the window. To hear something like this is flat-out awful, and I think part of what made it even more jarring is the fact that it came from completely out of left field, for me, anyway. Am I wrong in thinking that there was no previous knowledge among the wrestling community of his previous diagnosis? It just seems to me that something like that would have been really hard to keep out of the dirt sheets, even if the initial diagnosis was so many years ago. Did anybody else on here know anything about it?
Finally, My respect for Joe/Roman has expanded so much in the course of these few hours since the news surfaced. He tackled cancer once and became a star, granted we often never looked at him as a star we wanted. Let's buy Roman Reigns Fuck Cancer Shirt to support him. Can you imagine how much of a hero he will be to pediatric cancer kids once he comes back? Kids look up to him so much already. He can publicly now say “me too kid. I understand 100%. You got this. Ok, I'm going to stop rambling here so I don't start crying at work again.