WWE round-up: Roman Reigns to get another big push

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WWE fans, happy Friday!

The end of the week cometh and in true GMS fashion we’re celebrating in the only way we know how. That’s right, by feeding you the biggest news steadily making its way down the grapevine.

If you’re not laughing at the fact we have nothing better to do then either watch the video above or tackle the text below. It should be to your liking, let us know your thoughts in the comments box below.

Reigns to be given another push

Roman Reigns may not have enjoyed the rise to global stardom in the same manner that usually befits a WWE superstar, but the organisation still has plans to push him further towards the big time.

Recent rumours have inferred that the decision was made for Sheamus to take the Heavyweight title away from Reigns because fans still aren’t completely on board with the latter.

Now, however, it’s claimed officials in the company are hoping supporters will get behind Reigns and back him on his way to becoming a major player in the WWE.

Angle about to retire?

Elsewhere, Kurt Angle will announce his plans to retire from wrestling - perhaps ruling out a return to Vince McMahon’s fold.

According to TNA’s YouTube channel, the former Olympian will make his bow in the very near future. Watch this space.

Here's some of his best moves:

Barrett responds to Roy Keane

Last, but not least, King Barrett has responded to Manchester United soccer legend Roy Keane questioning why Wayne Rooney got involved in a show recently.

Keane pondered why the current United captain - who slapped Barret a couple of weeks back - had got involved ‘with all that nonsense'. Barrett - real name Stu Bennett - responded on Twitter by saying he would batter Keane too.

Now that’s a fight we’d like to see.

Roman Reigns

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