WWE: Roman Reigns announces the first leukemia announcement


Roman Reigns made his first public appearances. (Source: WWE)

Former WWE Universal master Roman Reigns made his first public appearance as he revealed that he had leukemia. Reigns were seen in the American Football Match, where Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets had to attack Georgia Bulldog. Reigns Twitter message said: ".. I am a really big dog here in Hell with Georgia, baby," By the way, 33-year-old Reigns has previously played for Georgia Tech football club.

Three weeks ago, Roman Reigns had abandoned the belt of the WWE Universal belt, announcing he had a leukemia treatment. So this was probably the first public performance that took place over a month.

In a very emotionally charged speech, Big Dog revealed that he had fought with leukemia for 11 years and because he started to return, he could not complete his duties in the ring business.

"I feel like I owe everyone an apology few months, maybe even a whole year, I have come here Roman Roman, and I said that I would come here every week that I would be fighting champion that I would be coherent, that I went to have a working set -. But it's all a lie" , Reigns had said on Monday Night Raw.

"The reality is my real name is Joe and I had leukemia for 11 years. And, unfortunately, it is behind, and because leukemia has returned, I can not take care of the role, I can not fight the competition and I have to give up yleismaailmastosta," he added.

"I will not lie, I will take every prayer you can send, but I'm not looking for sympathy, and I will not look you badly for me because I have faith," Reigns said while keeping the ring, "he added.

Although Reigns has promised to return to WWE, dates are not yet known. He is likely to leave Wrestlemania 35, scheduled for April next year.

"I'll be back because I want to show you all at home and for my family, my children and my wife, that when life throws me a whore, I'm scared and I'm going to run every time." "I'm going to win this and come back to see me very well," he said .


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