- Absolutely anything involving him and his daughter. Cutest rendition of 'I'm a Little Teapot' EVER.
- Reigns' protectiveness of his two brothers in The Shield could often come off as this, particularly in the moments where he checked on his teammates after winning matches. Particular examples include the aftermath of the two Shield vs. Evolution six-man tag team matches at Extreme Rules and Payback in 2014. The one at Extreme Rules involved him pinning Batista in the ring, then going all the way into the crowd area where Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose had been fighting Randy Orton and Triple H, helping up both Rollins and Ambrose and supporting them to the cheers of the crowd. The one at Payback was an even greater exampledespite having been subjected to some of the worst beatings during that match, including at one point having all three members of Evolution taking turns with kendo sticks on his bare back prior to the clean sweep of eliminations, Reigns' immediate reaction after winning the match for his team was to crawl over to check on Rollins and Ambrose as they were all laying still in the middle of the ring.
- The ending of Royal Rumble 2015, independent from the fans' reaction, had a nice moment where, Big Show and Kane banded together to systematically eliminate several wrestlers, leaving the two in the ring with Reigns and Dean Ambrose as the apparent final four participants. Ambrose and Reigns glanced at each other, at the Authority's two biggest goons, agreed with no words whatsoever to get Show and Kane out of the ring first and then presumably see who was the better man between them, gave one another a Headbutt of Love, and then charged. Seconds later, Ambrose had been eliminated, but Big Show had also tried to pull a fast one by throwing Kane over. Ambrose and Reigns trusted each other fully, Kane and Big Show did not, and because of that, Roman Reigns is going to main event Wrestlemania. Hounds Of Justice, forever.
- At Payback 2015, during the fatal 4 way for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, Ambrose and Reigns had incapacitated Randy Orton, Seth Rollins, and the match's enforcer Kane, leaving it to just them. The two stared each other down and agreed that no matter who won the title, it wouldn't come in the way of their friendship with Reigns saying "Loser buys the beers".
- Survivor Series 2015, when Reigns and Ambrose had to face each other for the World Heavyweight Championship, with Reigns winning the championship after a long, brutal fight. Many people were expecting a heel turn, but instead, Ambrose comes up from behind him, then Reigns crouches down to hug Ambrose, celebrating his win together, and showing the world that they really are True Companions.
- The December 14, 2015 edition of Raw. Eleven months earlier, Philadelphia booed both Roman Reigns and The Rock out of the building after he won the 2015 Royal Rumble. Now, they couldn't cheer loud enough when Reigns finally won the WWE World Heavyweight Championship for real. After having to endure terrible booking and being shat on by the fans for things out of his control, all while working hard to improve as a performer and desperately trying to prove that he really did belong at the top, even his most vocal critics will admit that they were happy for him. It was a long, hard journey, and Reigns finally made it. What made it even better was that it was his daughter's birthday. To win the most important title in the industry, be embraced by the smarkiest crowd in the US, on the anniversary of the birth of the most important person in your life? Lots of feels right there.
- After Roman won the championship and Raw went off the air, the Usos and Dean Ambrose celebrated with him.
- This exchange of tweets after the above event, especially in light of all the characters - and their performers - had gone through with each other in the last couple of years. It's clear at this point that the preference of both guys is for Seth to get healthy and have the match(es) they likely would have had if Seth hadn't gotten injured.
- One for Joe Anoa'i. When Joe's older brother Matt Anoa'i, who previously wrestled for WWE as Rosey, died on April 17, 2017 at the age of 47, some people on Twitter said they wished Joe should've died instead and the wrong brother died (similar to the "wrong Guerrero died" comments Vickie got during her heel run). Fortunately for Joe, many people, including a lot of people who hate the Roman Reigns character, tweeted their support for Joe and the rest of the Anoa'i family, and called out the people who wished that Joe should've been the one who died.
- November 20, 2017. Roman wins the Intercontinental Championship becomes a Grand Slam champion to the tune of an actual cheering crowd.
- November 27, 2017. Cue the Flying Pigs again as the newly-crowned IC champion Roman Reigns, possibly one of the most hated men in wrestling through 2016 and 2017, received heartfelt "YOU DESERVE IT!" and "WE WANT ROMAN!" chants from the Raw crowd.
- The January 1st 2018 Raw had Roman facing Samoa Joe (the guy who put Roman's brother Dean Ambrose on the shelf for 9 months in a match where Roman could not get disqualified (i.e. beating Joe within an inch of his life) or he would lose the Intercontinental Title. Roman pulls out the victory, faces the hard camera, and yells "that was for you, Deano!".
- Crossed with Tear Jerker, this photo of Roman reconnecting with Gregory Helms backstage at the Royal Rumble is a rare glimpse at a bond between two wrestlers who never actually worked at the same place at the same time. The look on Joe's face shows that he knows both of them lost a brother when Matt died.
- Another one crossed with Tear Jerker, when on October 22, 2018, he had to relinquish the Universal Title Belt because his leukemia came back. He speaks as Joe about how when it came the first time he was 22, had no home, no job (he was cut from the football team he was playing for) and had a baby on the way. It was the WWE that helped him; though he's had a tumultuous relationship with the fans and has occasionally butted heads with them over their opinions, during this speech he declares that neither his Broken Base status or the X-Pac Heat mattered in the long run, and that in the end he's just glad people do respond to him. The crowd actually cheers for him and he leaves the ring embracing Dean and Seth. Seth's also visibly crying as they do the Shield gesture one last time for the camera.
- The video of him getting hugged in turn by everyone once he makes his way backstage, starting with Triple H in full A Father to His Men mode, then Shawn Michaels, Paul Heyman, cousin Nia Jax, Braun Strowman, Finn Balor, and then a group hug with Sasha Banks, Bayley, Natalya, the Bellas, Bobby Lashley and Apollo Crews and finally; from Titus O'Neil, who Reigns calls his mentor when it comes to charity. Through it all, Roman is an awe-inspiring picture of grace and composure, bravely smiling despite the grim battle awaiting him.
- The sheer outpouring of public support ever since his announcement, both from the wrestling fraternity as well as from fans and even other promotions such as Impact Wrestling and New Japan Pro-Wrestling. Just about every post from a fellow wrestler or a company makes it abundantly clear that Joe is extremely well liked and respected backstage and they're all rooting for him in the biggest fight of his life.
- Another crossed over with Tear Jerker, but his return on Monday Night Raw on February 25, 2019, announcing his leukemia was in remission and he was back to wrestling. Hearing people just cheering for his return, no matter how much they hated him, the outpouring of love and support for the man is amazing.
- At the Shield's Last Chapter show, Roman hears some of the crowd chanting "thank you Ambrose", hypes up the entire crowd to do the chant, then makes Dean listen to it, telling him "they love you man, they just love you".
Heartwarming / Roman Reigns