Roman Reigns is on GOD Mode and there’s no arguing that. The Tribal Chief defeated Brock Lesnar to unify the WWE and Universal titles on the second night of WrestleMania 38 in Dallas, Texas. Reigns achieve another incredible career milestone.
Reigns hasn’t been pinned for the Universal title in 600 days. Yes, you read that right. He won the title in triple-threat match involving Braun Strowman and Bray Wyatt at the Payback pay-per-view in 2020.
Reigns took to Twitter to tell the world about his amazing accomplishment. He is currently the sixth-longest reigning world champion in WWE history. Reigns needs to remain undefeated for an additional 427 days to tie Pedro Morales’ record as the fifth longest-reigning WWE champion.
Bruno Sammartino currently holds the record for the lengthiest WWE title reign. The legendary wrestler went undefeated for a record 2,803 days. Bob Backlund holds the record for the second-longest title reign at 2,135 days.
Ringside News exclusively reported that WWE has no plans for Reigns to drop the title any time soon. Reigns is set to main event WrestleMania Backlash premium live event next month.
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