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Who won John Cena vs Roman Reigns Summerslam 2021?

WWE SummerSlam 2021: Roman Reigns beat John Cena to retain his title. WWE SummerSlam 2021 Highlights: Brock Lesnar made a stunning return to SummerSlam 2021 at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas and shock the WWE Universe. The event, featuring some of the biggest stars of the ring, had ten blockbuster matches. The Indian ExpressWWE SummerSlam 2021 Highlights: Brock Lesnar confronts Roman Reigns, Becky Lynch returns to win title

Did Roman Reigns win at Summerslam?

In a match that lived up to the hype, Roman Reigns defeated John Cena in the main event of SummerSlam to retain his WWE title. Cena gave Reigns everything, from an Attitude Adjustement through an announce table to a Super AA off the top rope. DraftKings NationSummerSlam results 2021: Winners for John Cena vs. Roman Reigns, Rollins vs. Edge, Becky Lynch return, more

When is John Cena vs Roman Reigns Summerslam 2021?

WWE SummerSlam 2021 WINNERS, SURPRISES & Full Results | Roman Reigns Vs John Cena Highlights. 33 sec ago~! The biggest event in the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) calendar – WWE SummerSlam – is here. The mega-event will take place at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Monday, August 22. google.comWWE SummerSlam 2021 WINNERS, SURPRISES & Full Results | Roman Reigns Vs John Cena Highlights

Did Brock Lesnar return to WWE in 2021?

Brock Lesnar is back in the WWE, and he stands tall at the end of SummerSlam 2021 despite not appearing in a match. ... Lesnar has not been seen on WWE television since last year's Wrestlemania, where he dropped the WWE title to Drew McIntyre. Since then, he's mostly been chilling at home in Canada. DraftKings NationBrock Lesnar return: Superstar is back after Roman Reigns beats John Cena at SummerSlam [VIDEO]

Even though Roman Reigns is the premier star of WWE, Big E believes that The Tribal Chief doesn't get as much credit as he deserves. The Powerhouse of Positivity praised Reigns, lauding his in-ring ability and hardwork.

Roman Reigns is undoubtedly one of the biggest names WWE has ever built. With his influence spilling even outside WWE in recent years, The Head of the Table is second to none in WWE at the moment. Being one of the most consistent performers in the company has put him on another level and his work following his return at WWE SummerSlam is just a testament to his perseverance.

Speaking with Sibashish Nandi of News18, Big E had the following to say about the WWE Universal Champion:

Catch Big E in conversation with Sportskeeda Wrestling in the video below, where he touches upon a diverse range of topics about his WWE career.

Who's representing #TeamRoman, and who's all about #TeamCena?@JohnCena challenges @WWERomanReigns for the #UniversalChampionship at #SummerSlam LIVE TONIGHT at 8E/5P! @HeymanHustle@peacockTV 🦚 https://t.co/SeJYYoW0qm@WWENetwork 🌎 https://t.co/Bp6MIQaafo pic.twitter.com/OJCHA2ug3N

After being absent from WWE for over a year, John Cena made his much-anticipated return at Money in the Bank to have a stand-off with Roman Reigns. In the following weeks, it was made clear that the leader of the Cenation was going after the Tribal Chief. The two-generational talents are now set to lock horns at WWE SummerSlam.

Last night at WWE SmackDown, Roman Reigns upped the stakes by stating that he would leave WWE if he lost to Cena. Who do you think is walking out as the WWE Universal Champion? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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An additional 5.3m T-Mobile customers are affected

Earlier this week, a hacker posted on an underground forum in an attempt to sell a pool of data on the company's customers which reportedly included their social security numbers (SSN), phone numbers, names, addresses, unique IMEI numbers and driver's license information.

Now though, T-Mobile has confirmed in a new post on its site that 7.8m of its current postpaid or on contract customers did have all of the data mentioned above stolen as a result of the breach. However, the hacker was also able to acquire their IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) that is assigned to every mobile device as well as their IMSI (International Mobile Subscriber Identity) that is used to identify their SIM card.

While a cybercriminal could use the exposed personal information of affected T-Mobile customers to commit identity theft, their IMSI information could potentially be used in SIM swapping attacks where an attacker takes over a user's phone number to intercept two-factor authentication (2FA) codes as well as other data being sent to their smartphone.

The accounts of 667k former T-Mobile customers were exposed as well though thankfully, former Sprint prepaid and Boost Mobile customers didn't have their information stolen during the breach. Unfortunately, the same can't be said for 52k Metro by T-Mobile customers who also had their information stolen.

Both T-Mobile and he FCC are currently investigating the data breach and so far, one class-action lawsuit has been filed against the mobile carrier.

Current T-Mobile customers who are concerned that their data may have been exposed can visit this page for more information on how to sign up for the company's Scam Shield which offers scam-blocking protection and other anti-scam features. The company is also offering a free two year subscription to McAfee's ID Theft Protection service to affected customers.

We'll likely hear more regarding the breach and how the hacker was able to penetrate T-Mobile's systems once the company and the FFC's investigation is complete.

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Roman Reigns On Jon Moxley: “If He Could’ve Been The Man [In WWE], He Would’ve”

Wrestling Inc. 20 August, 2021 - 03:15pm

WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns joined Ariel Helwani of BT Sport for an exclusive interview regarding his match against John Cena at SummerSlam this Saturday.

During the interview, Reigns spoke about coming up in WWE while Cena was at the top of his game and the face of the the company, and discussed if Cena ever mentored him. “The Head of the Table” said he never sought out advice from any veterans during his career and always went to family for that advice.

“There’s times where I think yes, as The Shield [Cena] helped us out,” Reigns mentioned. “For sure when it was time to break up and go our separate ways, there might have been a little nugget here or there but I really prided myself on doing it my way and not for the most part trying to fall into that peer pressure and that expectation of being the next John Cena, although that comparison is always going to be there due to the sequence of events and careers.

“For me, I just always prided myself on learning it the way I wanted to learn it. Learn this performance and these nuances and these details and these different skill sets within the performing arts my way and on my timing. No, I wouldn’t say by any means I was mentored like some other talents were by some other veteran guys. I’ve always relied heavily on my family and my instincts to know the way in what I should be doing.”

On this past Friday’s SmackDown, Cena and Roman faced off and verbally jousted with Cena stating that Reigns “almost ruined Seth Rollins and ran Dean Ambrose out of WWE.” Reigns spoke about Cena’s comment and what he thought about him bashing his former Shield members.

“You tell me,” Reigns said referring to what Cena meant in his comments. “There’s levels to this game man. John has skills, he’s charismatic, he’s a great public speaker, he has good energy, he really understands crowd reaction. When you don’t have good stuff to say, let’s just pander to the crowd and that’s what he did. It’s like a professional watching another professional and I could see, he had nothing to him. He’s just doing that spin game and they’re counting to three with me, let’s say that over. Marketing strategy, let’s condition them and do it 14 times but when it comes down to it there was nothing that he said, there was no connection there. I have no clue.

“Dean is obviously doing what Dean is doing and I think he’s happy over there at AEW but if he could’ve been the man here, he would’ve been the man here. But he couldn’t because I’m the man here. Seth Rollins is going through the same thing but he’s doing great. I can say that as someone who is doing better than him, I’m the Universal Champion, this is all mine, it’s my company. But he’s still a great talent who’s doing the best work of his career so I don’t really know man. It was quite the experience to see him out there, it was just words, a whole bunch of energetic words.”

Having spent their first four years together in WWE, Reigns was also asked about his current relationship with Jon Moxley and if he’s spoken to him recently.

“It’s been a while man,” Reigns said. “I think the last time was probably WrestleMania. It’s been a minute. I need to reach out to him and give him the congrats on the baby and everything. With everything going on, within the pandemic and everything that comes along with that, being back on the road and being back in front of live audiences, dealing with John Cena, it’s been crazy for sure.”

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