WWE Monday Night Raw Superstar Roman Reigns was recently a guest on Cheap Heat with Peter Rosenberg and talked about what his working relationship is like with current WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar:
"It's a little bit different for him, right now, especially where we are at and the stuff I am bringing to light about him and his character and work ethic, I think some of the fans are taking it negatively," Reigns said. "For the most part, Brock Lesnar is a cool dude, you can't deny the fact that he is a big, jacked up brother who comes in and throws people on their necks."
"I've had interactions with him, I've had history with him. We had our main event match at WrestleMania 31 and we had a few different Four-Ways and Triple-Threat matches like that where other characters are involved. It's a different dynamic," Reigns said. "Every time you are in a situation like that you do get to spend a little more time with somebody. Yeah, on his own time he seems like a cool dude, I don't know him that well, but we're not friends or anything."
How Reigns would react if Lesnar started to turn their wrestling performance into a shoot (real) fight:
"If he throws two at me I'm throwing three back. My dad was a big man. One of the easiest things about wrestling Brock Lesnar is that there isn't much thinking about it. It's just all physical stuff, and I've been doing physical stuff since I was seven years old. I played Division One Football at Georgia Tech, so I've seen and been around some of the best athletes in the world," he said. "What we do is a different form of entertainment and athleticism, but you still have to be an athlete in order to do what we do all year round, you have to keep yourself in that shape so, I'm never scared to be able to push that button, let's go, if I have to protect myself, I'm more than capable, no doubt."