Okay, if you've seen RAW, then you obviously saw that Big Show defeat Roman Reigns via interference. Roman lost via a light hit on the back with a plastic briefcase and a chokeslam? And of all people, he lost to fucking Big Show? In their defense, they'll probably think that since Roman was blindsided, he hasn't had a legitimate loss. Now when I saw this, I was pretty mad as it seemed like dumb booking decision. At first I was picturing that they would book "The Powerhouse" Roman Reigns Vs. "The Beast" Brock Lesnar. Both men have been booked really strong since 2013. Extreme Rules 2013 defeating HHH Summerslam 2013 defeating CM Punk Royal Rumble 2014 squashing Big Show Wrestlemania XXX defeating The Undertaker and ending his streak Summerslam 2014 destroying John Cena for the WWE Championship Night of Champions retaining his Championship Royal Rumble defeating both John Cena and Seth Rollins Roman Reigns from Survivor Series 2013 being the sole survivor and eliminating 4 competitors Defeated CM Punk in a singles match at RAW Goes Old School 2014 Royal Rumble 2014 eliminating 12 competitors and being part of the last two survivors Being undefeated in singles match till basically now and defeating the likes of Randy Orton, Kane, Seth Rollins, Alberto Del Rio, CM Punk, etc. Was placed in the WWE Championship ladder match at MITB 2014 Superstar of the Year 2014 Winning the Royal Rumble 2015 You get the jist of what I'm trying to get across. They've both been booked fairly well ever since, so you would expect a match where all of this comes into fruition at Wrestlemania where it's a Streak Vs. Streak scenario. But now we have Roman Reigns losing to Big Show in the most horrific way ever. Getting hit in the back ON HIS BACK with a plastic briefcase and getting chokeslammed. And there are two things that bother me with this. 1. Roman wears a vest. How on earth would that even remotely hurt? 2. He lost to Big Show by one Chokeslam alone Now coming into RAW, we know that Roman will have to defend his Wrestlemania event spot against either Rollins or Daniel Bryan at Fast Lane. So it's my best bet to believe that they're trying to make it seem that Roman is not invincible heading onto Fast Lane or even Mania. Now would this be a good thing or a bad thing? For one, people complain that Roman is booked way too strong and that he should lose sometime, which is right. We do the same complaining about Cena. But was it a good idea to book him like this heading into Mania? In my defense, it might be a minor detour where he is booked like this to make the Fast Lane PPV less predictable on who's going out the winner. But we all know Roman is winning that match. I think I'm in the middle of him losing. For one, I wanted to see Streak Vs. Streak. But on the other hand, we know that Roman is not invincible. So was it the right decision to have Reigns lose now?