- Roman Reigns has revealed that he is expecting another set of twins
- The 34-year-old has twin boys who were born in 2016 as well as a nine-year-old daughter
- The Big Dog missed out in Wrestlemania 36 due to health concerns amid Covid-19
Romans Reigns, a former WWE Universal Champio,n has announced that he is expecting another set of twins with his wife.
The 34-year-ol,d who already has a daughter and a set of twin boys with his wife Galina Joelle Becker, made it known to the public.
Briefly.co.za learned that Roman's wife had twin boys in 2016 and also has a nine-year-old daughter named Joelle Anoa'i.
"Three, with two in the oven! So I'm looking to be Papa Bear Five! Breaking news, we haven't really shared that," he told Muscle & Fitness.
Reigns pulled out of Wrestlemania 36 after returning more than a year to the ring when he battled leukaemia until last February.
He was supposed to be involved in a Universal championship match with Goldberg, but due to health concerns during the outbreak of the deadly Covid-19 virus, he pulled out.
He recently explained: "It's funny because for years, people are like, 'Don't show up to WrestleMania, we don't want you in it.' There's a nice handful of dudes and haters that didn't want me there.
"But the moment I make a choice for me and my family, I'm a coward, I'm feeble, a lot of different things. But you don't know the whole story. All you know is what you think. "Oh, his health."
"But you don't know what else is going on in my life. You don't know if I have newborns or if I have a family at my household, older family."
Briefly.co.za reported earlier that WWE has been in operation since the global coronavirus pandemic started and Governor of Florida has declared them an essential business.
The pro-wrestling organisation has been making use of their performance centre located in the state to hold their RAW, SmackDown and recently Wrestlemania events.
Florida Governor Jerry Demings has gone on to defend the WWE on why they have been allowed to continue while other businesses have been shut down.
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