Roman Reigns feels bittersweet after defeating the Undertaker at WrestleMania 33

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Roman Reigns become the second and last person to defeat Undertaker at WrestleMania.

Shortly after Roman Reigns defeated The Undertaker in the main event of WrestleMania 33, ESPN’s Jonathan Coachman caught up with him and asked him what it felt like to win the main event. Reigns said that it was a bittersweet experience and that he had a lot of respect for The Deadman.

This is what Roman Reigns had to say to Coachman:

“To be honest with you Coach, you know, it’s bittersweet. It almost feels like a loss, you know what I mean? Because I’ve said this for the past three or four weeks, I’ve got nothing but respect for the Undertaker. If you’ve been a part of this business, and you know, everybody’s got respect for that man.

But at the end of the day, you’ve got to do what you’ve got to do. As a young man, as a family man, as a provider, I’ve got to go out there and fight for mine, and that’s what I did tonight.”

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Thank you Taker

Now I will like to moment to thanks my favorite wrestler of all time The Undertaker. Thank you Taker for your legendary contribution to world of pro wrestling. Your contribution to the world of pro wrestling is Immortal. Your all time great matches will always be remembered by the fans of pro wrestling. Thanks for everything Deadman.

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4 thoughts on “Roman Reigns feels bittersweet after defeating the Undertaker at WrestleMania 33

  1. Reblogged this on Wrestling Dreams and commented:
    Do I think this was the right way? No. And I bet many of us agree that he needed to go away with a win and the streak untouched. He deserved it.

    Is a great milestone for Reigns but it leads into seeing him in the main event which I don’t like either.

    Anyway, thanks Taker. This is really an end to an era.

    Liked by 1 person

      1. Agreed, but he had to retire maybe 1-2 years ago when his performances were still at a high level, not what we’ve seen recently.

        Still was the end of an era.

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