Roman Reigns went from the spear delivering face of the Shield to the overwhelmingly popular super-punching Samoan in a blink of an eye.
He can do no wrong in the crowd’s eyes and his move set even keeps the stingiest wrestling fan at the edge of their seat.
But will that lead to a quick title shot against the devastating “Beast Incarnate” Brock Lesnar?
The “Wrestling Observer” indicated that Roman Reigns mega push is still a go to become the next major WWE superstar but he will more than likely not capture the WWE World Heavyweight Title in 2014.
Many thought that Roman would get a shot after John Cena was massacred at Summerslam, but with Lesnar’s schedule and the rumor that he is to hold on to the strap until Wrestlemania, chances are that Reigns and his fans will have to wait a tad bit longer.
Some speculate that Roman’s major WWE moment will come on the “Grandest Stage of them All” at Wrestlemania because when one is that “over” with the crowd it’s the logical next step in their career to have that defining achievement of success.
Another achievement of success as an announcer is to gain a promotion.
Well I guess a promotion is good an every line of work.
Even still, Tom Phillips who is the mouth piece of WWE Main Event and WWE NXT has received the “go ahead” according to WWE.com to join Michael Cole and John Bradshaw Layfield tonight for WWE Smackdown.
Tom debuted in 2012 and has been on the road to success as an announcer ever since.
Michael Cole was the first to congratulate Phillips on his achievement.
“Tom works hard and he has a great work ethic, he’s dedicated to the product and the business and is doing very well. He has really earned this opportunity.”