Roman Reigns is so powerful as Undisputed WWE Universal Champion that WWE had to introduce the World Heavyweight Championship, because he is unbeatable. The part-time Head of the Table also has a new stat to flex whenever he goes into God Mode.

Roman Reigns is on the verge of reaching an impressive milestone as the WWE Universal Champion. Currently, Reigns has held the prestigious title for 997 days, bringing him incredibly close to the 1000-day mark.

In anticipation of this achievement, WWE has already started the celebration on their official website by showcasing a carousel of images highlighting Reigns’ “1000 days” as the titleholder. The official milestone will be reached on Saturday when Reigns, alongside Solo Sikoa, compete against Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn for the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship at Night of Champions.

Roman Reigns started his historic reign as WWE Universal Champion at Payback in 2020, as he won a Triple Threat match against The Fiend and Braun Strowman. He has since defended his title against opponents such as Jey Uso, Owens, Strowman, Daniel Bryan, Cesaro, Edge, Rey Mysterio, John Cena, Finn Bálor, Brock Lesnar, Zayn, and Goldberg.


At WrestleMania 38 in 2022, Roman Reigns added the WWE Championship to his collection, beating Brock Lesnar in a Winner Takes All match. He has been Undisputed WWE Universal Champion since then.

We will have to see what’s next for Roman Reigns. It seems that they have all the chips in place for another year of dominance, even though he might be a part-time champion. Roman Reigns is still bringing in fans to acknowledge him.

What’s your take on Roman Reigns’ title reign? Sound off in the comments!

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