WWE has already perfected the Braun Strowman formula. The one for Roman Reigns needs to undergo more development in the laboratory.

If the plan is for Reigns to topple Strowman at Payback on April 30 and go on to collide with Brock Lesnar for the WWE Universal Championship, that’s a mistake. The Monster Among Men’s momentum begs for him to surge past Reigns instead.

Reigns remains the most polarizing figure on the roster.

Adoring fans stand alongside those jeering him. WWE presents him as a babyface, but he may be the most hated wrestler on the payroll.

Nothing demonstrated that better than the response to when Strowman overturned an ambulance with Reigns inside on the April 10 edition of Raw. The beast was treated like a white knight. The crowd cheered each stage of the beatdown.

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