This news is really bad for all WWE lovers. Kurt Angle predicts a shocking statement that Roman Reigns won’t be in the WWE in the next 5 years. Keep reading for more information!
Roman Reigns is a very popular WWE player. Roman Reigns holding the belt for over 1000 days. Kurt Angle makes a shocking prediction about him.
As you know he is returning at Summerslam 2020 with a drastically changed. Fans like the character, and his heel flip is one of the finest things to have taken place in WWE. Roman has undoubtedly become a powerful force in the world of moneymaking with such a great response. Kurt now claims that he will leave the realm of professional wrestling for the film industry.
Roman will be leaving WWE in the next five years to become a movie star, much as John Cena did, the WWE icon said while speaking on the Kurt Angle Show podcast. “Roman Reigns won’t work for the organization for the next five years. That young person will become a major movie star. It will take place. It is. There is no question. He is clever, intelligent, and has a stunning appearance. The youngster is destined to become a movie star, Kurt said.
For those who are unaware, Roman Reigns starred in the 2019 Fast & Furious spinoff Hobbs & Shaw. The WWE star enjoys watching films, as we have already witnessed. He played Tommy DeVito in Wrestlemania 39 commercials, parodying the well-known mobster film Goodfellas.
Why WWE Can’t Just Rely On Roman Reigns, According to Kurt Angle
Roman Reigns’ wild fandom undoubtedly had a negative impact on the WWE roster. WWE has absolutely failed to develop new main event stars since WrestleMania 38. Kurt Angle, a member of the WWE Hall of Fame, recently addressed this issue on a special bonus podcast on the AdFreeShows Patreon;
“They’re gonna just send this guy to the frickin’ moon. All alone. There’ll be nobody else with him,” Angle said in jest. “He’ll be up on a level all alone. Nobody else can touch him. If that’s what they want to do with Roman Reigns, just remember — I mean, I’m not telling WWE what to do, just saying, you want to make other wrestlers.