Breaking Down a Best and Worst of a WWE for Week of Feb 23
February 27, 2015 - WWE
The lights have never shone some-more brightly on Roman Reigns. At Fastlane, he had no teammates to gaunt on, no vast collection of opponents to share a stage. Reigns was on his possess opposite Daniel Bryan in a biggest compare of his career.
This was WWE’s try to remonstrate fans that Reigns was estimable of a superstar mark during WrestleMania, that he was a megastar-in-the-making that a association had told fans he could be.
The conflict to win over Bryan’s fans isn’t over, though Fastlane was a outrageous victory. It was a night’s many enchanting match, a showcase of Bryan’s ability to make his competition demeanour great, though some-more importantly, of Reigns’ potential.
Reigns upheld his initial vital exam before WrestleMania. He and Bryan stoical a stirring square of in-ring art, bashing any other until a final bell.
This was a Reigns we need to see opposite Brock Lesnar—intense, confident, with fistfuls of “it” factor.