Roman Reigns is the current Undisputed WWE Universal Champion, he is undisputed champion for over 1000 days. Many wrestlers have tried to take the title away from him, but none of them were successful. Some consider The Bloodline story as one the greatest storyline in this decade.
Roman Reigns gave an interview to LA Times couple of months ago while promoting WrestleMania 39, where he talked about the importance of The Usos, Solo, Solo Sikoa, and Paul Heyman.
“Solo, we could talk about physical stuff, but I don’t think that’s the most interesting part of him,” Reigns said. “Obviously he’s a tough kid, but I think he represents the future and he also showcases our depth. And he continues to showcase every single week how quickly he learns and adapts.
“Jimmy wants a good time. He’s our social butterfly, and you can see it the way he talks. If we all go somewhere, he’s going to be the one that makes best friends while me and Jey keep to ourselves.”
“Jey is the most charismatic of the group,” Reigns said. “And I think he also has more potential than all of us. What people often don’t understand about most twins is, they do have a hierarchy. There is an older brother, there is a younger brother, and they do believe in that.
“Jimmy really is the older brother. So with Jey there comes those weird, layered insecurities and that little man syndrome that Jey can have because he’s always trying to prove himself. And me and Jimmy have always been able to knock him down. That’s why he carries such a big chip on his shoulder and why he is one of the more layered characters of the Bloodline.’
“Paul Heyman is the wise man,” Reigns said. “He’s been with our family since we were little guys. He’s done everything you can do in this business and the skeletons in his wrestling closet are vast. He is my secret weapon. He is crucial when it comes to anything that isn’t on screen. And what he brings on screen is just icing on the cake.”