Stereotypes exist within Hollywood. From the outside looking in, the Hollywood lifestyle is known to corrupt and/or let people showcase their talents for the world. It either ends really good or really poorly. There are new developments within Hollywood that will make WWE fans very jovial this morning. The news incorporates a Hollywood-superstar with a WWE superstar that needs more help than people realize.
Roman Reigns' injury sidelined him for many months and he's still persevering to get better, so his in-ring return can occur sooner rather than later. In the meantime, Reigns did something that is very proactive of someone who isn't healthy enough for the squared circle. Reigns is busy in Hollywood taking acting classes for the betterment of his future.
WWE Superstar Roman Reigns has been taking acting classes while he recovers from hernia surgery, and has been working with famed acting coach Howard Fine.
Fine mentioned he was working with Reigns on his Twitter account; he has a working relationship with several WWE names going back a few years. He has also worked with "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Diamond Dallas Page, among others. You can see Fine's tweet below:
Coaching WWE Superstar Roman Reigns.
— Howard Fine (@HowardLFine) November 7, 2014
This is huge news for Roman Reigns, because it tells the WWE Universe more than just the fact that he's taking acting classes.
- He's dedicated to getting better.
- The microphone work is subpar and needs work.
- Acting classes can separate him from the pack.
- Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins will have competition on the stick.
If you're a Reigns person, then props to you. He is going to get better and better by the day. An important sentence in the report above might be missed at first glance. Fine worked with Austin, Rock, and Diamond Dallas Page. Those are three of the best mic workers in wrestling history. Yes, even Page and his DDP Yoga were very successful on the talking side of professional wrestling.
The chances of these acting classes working are very high. Reigns can finally get out of that awkward glance and stare that he usually does with the words, "BELIEVE THAT" plastered on his forehead. A guy like that needs more than just one line. Give credit to the guy for wanting to improve when hurt. Most wrestlers would just lie around and rehab their injury. Reigns, however, understands he has a problem, and is willing to work and fix it. If his acting gets better and the Royal Rumble is his, that wouldn't be a problem. Fans should respect his passion.
[Image via thewrestlingmania.com]