Roman Reigns Thanks The World, Vince McMahon, NJPW, Madison Square Garden Sends Wishes

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Roman Reigns opened this week’s episode of Monday Night RAW with the shocking announcement of being diagnosed with the returning Leukemia. Reigns was first diagnosed with Leukemia when he was 22 and managed to quickly remit the same, but after 11 years, the Leukemia has now returned which thus forced him to relinquish the Universal Championship.

Reigns has taken an indefinite leave from WWE to carry on with his treatment.





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CEO of WWE Vince McMahon showed his love and support for Reigns in his recent tweet:

WWE’s rival promotion New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) wasn’t behind in wishing The Big Dog good luck in his battle against leukemia.

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Madison Square Garden also paid it’s tribute to the WWE Grand Slam Champion by showcasing a graphic on the LED screen at the entrance. Fans have stopped in their courses to take a minute and pay respect to Reigns.

One of his most daring and dangerous rivals in WWE, Braun Strowman also showed his love for The Big Dog and wished him well in his battle against Leukemia.

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The tribute, love and support continue to pour in all over the Internet for Roman Reigns. The man himself, has sent out a tweet thanking everyone for standing in his corner as he fights Leukemia.

Reigns’ indefinite leave has put the WWE in serious trouble as the company has been forced to overhaul the storylines that it had originally planned for the upcoming pay-per-views. With WrestleMania 35 only 5 months away, WWE needs to quickly plan solid fan-engaging storylines to compensate for the absence of Reigns.

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