- Born: 05/25/1985 in Pensacola, Florida
- Birthname: Leati Joseph Anoaʻi
- Height & Weight: 6'3", 265 Ib
- WWE Universal Championship (2 times)
- WWE World Heavyweight Championship (3 times)
- WWE World Heavyweight Championship Tournament (2015)
- WWE Intercontinental Championship
- WWE United States Championship
- Royal Rumble (2015)
- WWE Tag Team Championship – with Seth Rollins
- Twenty-eighth Triple Crown Champion
- Ninth Grand Slam Champion
- FCW Florida Tag Team Championship – with Mike Dalton
After playing collegiate football for Georgia Tech, Anoaʻi started his professional football career with brief off-season stints with the Minnesota Vikings and Jacksonville Jaguars of the National Football League (NFL) in 2007. He then played a full season for the Canadian Football League’s (CFL) Edmonton Eskimos in 2008 before his release and retirement from football. He then pursued a career in professional wrestling and was signed by WWE in 2010, reporting to their developmental territory Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW). As Roman Reigns, he made his main roster debut in November 2012 alongside Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins as The Shield. The trio teamed together until June 2014, after which Reigns entered singles competition.
Reigns is a four-time world champion in WWE, having held the WWE World Heavyweight Championship three times and the Universal Championship once. He is also a one-time United States Champion, a one-time Intercontinental Champion, a one-time WWE Tag Team Champion (with Rollins), the 2015 Royal Rumble winner, and the 2014 Superstar of the Year. He tied the WWE record for most eliminations in a Survivor Series elimination match with four in the 2013 event and set the then-record for most eliminations in a Royal Rumble match with 12 in the 2014 event. Upon winning the Intercontinental Championship, he became the twenty-eighth Triple Crown Champion and the seventeenth Grand Slam Champion.
Since 2014, WWE has attempted to establish Reigns as their next “face of the company”, which has been met with audience disapproval. Reigns has headlined numerous WWE pay-per-view events, including the last four WrestleManias (31, 32, 33 and 34). Upon returning to action in August 2020 during the coronavirus pandemic, he officially turned heel by signing Paul Heyman as his manager.