When things go well, leaders get credit. When things go poorly, leaders get criticized. In the NFL, for example, head coaches and quarterbacks receive the lion's share of glory and notoriety. What about wrestling? By and large, Hogan gets credit for WWE's rapid expanse in the 1980s; Austin gets credit for saving WWE in the 1990s. Bret Hart and Shawn Michaels often get blamed for WWE's decline in pre-"Attitude" WWE. What about Roman Reigns? For the majority of pay-per-views, Monday Night Raw broadcasts, and for four consecutive WrestleManias, Roman Reigns has been on the marquee and in the main event. Does Roman Reigns deserve credit for being "The Guy" during WWE's dramatic bump in TV earnings?