As the owner of the WWE Championship, Roman Reigns has accomplished another accomplishment.
At WrestleMania 38, The Tribal Chief won a “Winner Takes All” title unification match against Brock Lesnar to win the title of Undisputed WWE Universal Champion. Reigns has held the WWE Championship title for six months as of Monday, according to the Twitter account Techsparkpk
It’s just one of the numerous outstanding achievements that Reigns has made in this country in 2022. Two years have passed since the start of his current Universal Championship reign on August 30. Reigns’ legendary run of not being pinned just topped 1,000 days a couple weeks ago. On December 15, 2019, King Corbin defeated him in a pinfall match during the pay-per-view event TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs.
Reigns will hold the WWE Championship for 185 days in just four more days. The 184-day reign of Brock Lesnar, now the third-longest in the early 2020s decade, will be surpassed by that period. With 202 days, Drew McIntyre now holds the record for the decade’s longest WWE Championship reign. Bobby Lashley’s first reign is the second-longest at 195 days.
At Clash at the Castle 2022, Reigns barely defeated Drew McIntyre to keep the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship. Prior to that, The Tribal Chief put an end to their long-running rivalry by defeating Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam 2022 in a Last Man Standing match. During his stint as champion, Reigns has defeated several other prominent superstars and legends, including John Cena and two Hall of Famers. in Daniel Bryan, Kevin Owens, and Goldberg and Edge.
Roman Reigns’ Next Title Defense
When The Tribal Chief defends the championship belts against Logan Paul at the Crown Jewel 2022 pay-per-view, he’ll try to maintain his winning streak and his two protracted title campaigns. On November 5, Crown Jewel will take place in Mrsool Park in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.