To be clear, Roman Reigns doesn't move the emotion needle for me in either direction. I don't care if he's in the main event at Mania, or if he's on the kickoff show fighting Heath Slater. But there's a shit ton of vitriol towards him from just about everyone -- much like John Cena has received for years. So my question is... if not Roman Reigns, who? Keep in mind, that person has to carry the WWE banner in all aspects, from endorsements to appearances to charity work to in ring work. That person essentially becomes the next Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, The Rock, Stone Cold, and John Cena. Is there anyone on the roster capable? Is it even necessary? Can several guys take up the mantle and carry the torch? A lot of questions summed up in one -- does the WWE need "a guy" or "a gal" in this case? We also have to look at longevity or at least consider how many years a person has left. The Miz is doing all things worthy of being looked at as the face of the company, but he's been doing this for a dozen years. He's also blowing up when it comes to mainstream status and I don't expect him to be around for too many more years. The same could be said for AJ Styles -- he's been doing this for damn near two decades. Shinsuke Nakamura can't cut it because of the language barrier. Same with Asuka. If I had to pinpoint a few people who may be able to become the face of the company, I would look at Charlotte Flair (she's got the name and legacy) and Rhonda Rousey (she's already mainstream). Sorry, but I don't see anyone of the male side of the roster who becomes that person, unless it's Roman Reigns.