World Wrestling Entertainment star Roman Reigns is the next big thing. He has his fair share of critics who dislike him because he’s been handpicked by WWE management as the next star. Roman Reigns addressed the audience on March 8 in Orlando, Fla., as WWE executives and elected officials gathered to announce the return of WrestleMania to Orlando in April 2017.
World Wrestling Entertainment star Roman Reigns is the next big thing. He has his fair share of critics who dislike him because he’s been handpicked by WWE management as the next star. Roman Reigns addressed the audience on March 8 in Orlando, Fla., as WWE executives and elected officials gathered to announce the return of WrestleMania to Orlando in April 2017. Joe Burbank Orlando Sentinel via AP
World Wrestling Entertainment star Roman Reigns is the next big thing. He has his fair share of critics who dislike him because he’s been handpicked by WWE management as the next star. Roman Reigns addressed the audience on March 8 in Orlando, Fla., as WWE executives and elected officials gathered to announce the return of WrestleMania to Orlando in April 2017. Joe Burbank Orlando Sentinel via AP

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  • To cheer up 93-year-old man after home break-in, cop plays his favorite Chopin piano piece

    While checking in on a 93-year-old British man after his home was broken into, a Mansfield cop noticed the man's piano and the music sheets sitting above the keys. After mentioning his ability to play that piece, the man invited the police officer perform it for him. Watch how this cop's surprise music talent lights up this elderly man after tragedy.