Roman Reigns is the current WWE Universal Champion and is one of the top Superstars in the company right now. His tremendous character work has won over fans and pro wrestlers alike.
Roman Reigns’ reinvention as a heel has truly shown just how good he can be both as an in-ring performer and character. It came after several years of being forced onto fans as a babyface.
Roman Reigns won the WWE Universal Championship back at WWE Payback last year as he defeated Bray Wyatt and Braun Strowman for the title. Since then he has been a dominant champion and now it seems Reigns has reached an impressive milestone in WWE.
Roman Reigns has now completed 300 days as the Universal Champion in his current reign, making it the second-longest Universal Championship reign in WWE history after Brock Lesnar’s record 503 day reign from 2017 to 2018.
The Tribal Chief is also ranked second in combined days as the Universal Champion at 364 days across two title reigns. Brock Lesnar is at the top of the list with a combined 686 days as the Universal Champion across three reigns.
This is certainly an impressive milestone set by Roman Reigns. He is set to defend his WWE Universal Championship against Edge at the WWE Money In The Bank pay-per-view on July 18. We will have to see if Reigns will carry on as the champion after that.