Roman Reigns has been the poster boy of WWE for around five years now and officially inherited that throne when John Cena left WWE full-time.
Now, The Big Dog has signed a new deal with WWE that will keep him with the company for ‘at least a few more years’.
Pro Wrestling Sheet, who are ultra-reliable when it comes to contracts, revealed the news following Reign’s outstanding match with Buddy Murphy on SmackDown Live.
It is believed Reigns is now the highest-paid full-time superstar WWE has.
At 34-years-old, the four-time world champion has some gas left in the tank but he recently stated that he wouldn’t hang around the business for too long.
Reigns obviously needs to put his health first. He recovered from leukemia earlier this year and that’s the second time in his life he has battled cancer.
While many wrestlers compete into their forties – AJ Styles, Bobby Roode and R-Truth to name a few – Reigns does not expect to do that.
The former Shield man headlined four WrestleManias in a row (31-34) earlier in his career and he defeated The Undertaker at WrestleMania, too. One of only two men to ever do so.
With his appearance in the already hugely successful Hobbs and Shaw movie, like his cousin The Rock, Hollywood may be more appealing to him in the years to come.