Roman Reigns would love to turn heel against Daniel Bryan.
In an interview with ESPN, Roman Reigns said he is already heel but also his character exists in a "gray area" which allows him more creative freedom. Reigns also said he would turn heel if given the chance to be in the ring with "one of the best ever" Daniel Bryan.
"Y'all wanna see me turn heel? Put me in the ring with him. We can talk about so many different things, about wrestling and the different things that make up the art form and the performance, but when it comes down to it, it's about making people make a lot of noise," said Reigns. "Obviously with the reactions and the way I stir up the crowd, I think it would make up for a pretty dynamic and electric atmosphere. Bryan is one of the best ever to mix it up in the ring, I have a lot of respect for him. To see someone like him on top and have it all taken away so fast, it's very scary," he continued.
In another interview with WWE.com, Reigns said he wanted to face Bryan at WrestleMania 35.
The two wrestlers have met three times in singles matches on WWE Television. In 2013, they swapped disqualifications in two matches and in 2015 Reigns beat Bryan at Fastlane for a chance at the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
This Sunday, both Reigns and Bryan have separate singles matches on the Money in the Bank pay-per-view. Reigns is taking on Jinder Mahal and Daniel Bryan will be wrestling Big Cass for the second time.
The full interview is available at ESPN.com.