In a recent interview with ESPN, Roman Reigns discussed about him not caring about being cheered or booed at WWE events. As long as there is a reaction, he doesn’t seem to care:
“That's what I do, as long as they're showing up and as long asthey're making noise, then I've done my job."
Reigns also talked about how fans of the older demographic want him to turn heel, but in his eyes, he think he is:
"It's a weird question because aren't I already a heel?" Reigns said. "If I garner that reaction, what's the point? It's already happening. If I'm already being booed, then why try to get booed?
"I have a great opportunity -- because I'm a gray-area guy -- to do a little bit of everything. I'm in a good place to do whatever I want and just play with this character and not just be a heel or a face -- I feel my character can be so much more than that."
Finally, he discussed another match between Daniel Bryan again, saying he wants to face him in the ring again:
"Y'all wanna see me turn heel? Put me in the ring with him," Reigns said. "We can talk about so many different things, about wrestling and the different things that make up the art form and the performance, but when it comes down to it, it's about making people make a lot of noise.
"Obviously with the reactions and the way I stir up the crowd, I think it would make up for a pretty dynamic and electric atmosphere. Bryan is one of the best ever to mix it up in the ring, I have a lot of respect for him. To see someone like him on top and have it all taken away so fast, it's very scary."