Riddle on Reigns: “I can beat you up in a real fight”

Aug 28, 2021 - by Steve Gerweck

Matt Riddle says he could beat Roman Reigns Ass in a real fight

In an interview with BleacherReport.com, Matt Riddle addressed recent comments that Roman Reigns made about taking credit for the success of the 2021 WWE Summerslam PPV.

“No disrespect to Roman, he seems like a swell fella, but at the same time, it’s like when people say they’re a good parent. You know what? If you were a good parent, your kids would be telling you you’re a good parent. When he’s saying ‘Acknowledge me’ or ‘I move the needle,’ no, you don’t. You’re related to The Rock.

Shut up. Like, I’m not impressed, I can beat you up in a real fight. So, shut your mouth. You’re not moving needles. I’m the real stallion, RK-Bro is moving the merch, we’re moving the needle, and that’s it. I don’t want to say too much, I’m not trying to get in trouble. Hey, hats off to him. He’s amazing at what he does. I do like what he does, but at the same time, it’s like, get off your high horse. You’re in that spot for a reason. You’re not a bro. You’re second generation. I’m first generation.”

6 Responses

  1. Bill says:

    kinda dick move by riddle

  2. Luke says:

    “I’m not trying to get in trouble”… I’m thinking Matt Riddle could just be the dumbest person in wrestling. And that’s a pretty high bar. Vince Russo levels.

  3. CM Chippunk says:

    Agreed. Reigns is trash who rode in on the saddle on Rocky’s d*ck.

  4. john schleehauf says:

    So the buck tooth b@#ch is still pretending to be a tough guy?

  5. Kevin Ramsden says:

    @CM Chippunk you could say the same about The Rock. Rode the saddle on Rocky Johnsons d*ck. I wouldn’t. All of these 2nd or 3rd gen wrestlers put work in. Don’t trivialize there success because you couldn’t live your childhood dreams.

  6. What? says:

    Come on, Matt. You’re a tag team champion and your spot is as secure as it gets in WWE these days. You don’t need to say stuff like this to get attention anymore.

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