Roman Reigns is still feeling good.
With Roman Reigns set to have a role in "Hobbs & Shaw," fans are already starting to wonder if "The Big Dog" will be transitioning out of the ring and onto the silver screen. In an interview with TMZ, Reigns gave a potential timeline for his future.
"I'm still in love with the ring and still holding it down for Raw and SmackDown. It's really neat to have many opportunities, but I still love doing my physical thing in the ring. I still have a few more years of being in the prime of my athletic career. If I can handle it in the ring, I'm willing to do it. I can hold this schedule for at least five more years of being full-time. Eventually, it'll be time to rest my body."
Reigns filmed his scenes in "Hobbs & Shaw" while he was undergoing treatment for leukemia. He returned to WWE in February and slowly worked himself back on a full-time schedule. After Tuesday's SmackDown, he is fortunate to be around at all as someone attempted to murder him at the end of the show.
You can listen to the full interview with Reigns in the video above.