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That is some serious praise. Roman Reigns has dominated WWE for the last two years plus, including one of the longest World Title reigns in company history. During his time as champion, Reigns has smashed his way through a number of opponents, some of whom have given him quite the run for his money. Now Reigns is opening up about one of his previous opponents in a positive way.

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Reigns was recently profiled and interviewed by The Ringer and was asked about his earlier feud with Jey Uso. Reigns revealed that he felt no one had ever pushed him as hard emotionally like Uso had. The feud was also made easier because of their relationship allowing them to push the emotion out of each other. Uso and Reigns fought twice on pay per view, including at Clash Of The Champions and Hell In A Cell 2020, with Reigns winning both times.

The two do have a special relationship. Check out their time together and against each other:

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Opinion: I can understand how the family factor would make Reigns feel more connected to Uso during their feud. It makes sense as Reigns says the two are like brothers, so having huge matches against each other is a logical progression. Uso got a lot out of that feud as well, with Reigns helping him get much further than he ever has otherwise on his own. That is quite the success while also being very entertaining at the same time.

What did you think of the feud? Who has been Reigns’ best challenger? Let us know in the comments below.

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