Roman Reigns hasn't had the easiest of transitions to becoming a singles star.
After the success of The Shield, where they were most over thing in the WWE at the time, Reigns was given the biggest push and it didn't go down too well with fans.
Reigns won the Royal Rumble after fan favorite Daniel Bryan was eliminated far too early, with the powerhouse easily disposing of monsters like Kane, Big Show and Rusev with relative ease. The Philadelphia crowd reacted with fury and the terrible booking cost the Samoan superstar badly. Reigns spoke recently about trying to win those fans back.
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Work In Progress
Reigns recently appeared on "The Buzz with Jimmy Traina" to promote WWE's annual breast cancer awareness campaign with Susan G. Komen. During the interview they spoke about his relationship with the crowd.
Reigns appeared to be resigned to the fact that they didn't love him right now and he has to work to change that.
"It's been a work in progress. The crowd is the crowd. You're gonna take them as an individual performer how you take them," Reigns started off by saying.
The 30-year-old ex-football player then went on to add that he is trying to learn how to improve from crowd reactions.
"The key is how do you learn from them. How do you use whatever is happening reaction-wise to get better."
Hopefully Reigns can finally get out of this boring feud with the Wyatts and either turn heel or get an interesting story line. He needs it.