World Wrestling Entertainment’s Roman reigns weighed-in on the current contract situation which involves his cousins, the tag team of ‘The Usos’ and his former Shield team-member Dean Ambrose. The returning superstar, who recently made a comeback in the weekly show of RAW, in an interview with TalkSport revealed that he could only advise the wrestlers to do what makes them and their family happy.

“I can only give them the advice that I would want and that is to be happy and that’s what I’ll tell them. Whatever that entails, do what you have to do to make you and your family happy. For me and my family, that’s having the same people around me that I’ve had and that’s the hard part is seeing people go. But, the cool part is, when people go, some people are introduced. As some old faces leave, we have new faces and new relationships and new bonds and new chemistry,” Roman told TalkSPORT following the upcoming Wrestlemania pay-per-view press conference.

“I think I put a little bit more pressure on myself to be more than just a friend and a peer,” Reigns said while adding, “The Usos…obviously they are my family. But Dean is the same way. A lot of these guys are. That’s what people don’t realize, it’s not just these names that you know, but I’m so close to so many of these guys. When it comes down to it this is business and these men are businessmen and they’re going to have to take care of themselves and get the numbers and the years on the contracts that they want.”

WWE fans suffered a huge shock when Reigns made a heart-breaking revelation about his deteriorating health condition due to his long battle with leukemia. He made an official statement about his illness during the live telecast of the WWE’s RAW event in October 2018. He has also forced to give up his championship belt after not being able to compete further at the big stage in world wrestling and entertainment.

Leukemia is cancer which starts in blood-forming tissue, usually the bone marrow. It leads to the over-production of abnormal white blood cells, the part of the immune system which defends the body against infection.