Roman Reigns – 700 days as WWE Universal Champion

He has done it again! Breaking another milestone is now just a hobby for this man. In the SummerSlam Last Man Standing Match, The Tribal Chief faced Brock Lesnar and defended his Undisputed Universal Title. Reigns has now held the title of Universal Champion for more than 700 days thanks to the successful title defence.

When did the ”Reign” start?

In 2020, Roman Reigns won the Universal Championship, beginning his second reign as the titleholder. In a triple threat match, Reigns prevailed over Braun Strowman and The Fiend to reclaim the Universal Championship. Since then, other Premium Live Events have seen the Head of the Table successfully defend his Universal Title.

Defeating several main wrestlers in the roster

He beat several superstars, including Brock Lesnar, Edge, John Cena, Kevin Owens, and many more, throughout his stint as champion. Roman Reigns is now the sixth-longest World Champion in WWE history and the Universal Champion with the longest reign. However, for the fourth time in his WWE career, Reigns is also the current heavyweight champion.

WWE Championship and the World Heavyweight Championship

The Tribal Chief, the first-ever Undisputed WWE Universal Champion, triumphed over Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 38 unified both the titles. Reigns has thus far successfully defended the Undisputed Universal Championship twice, defeating Riddle and Brock Lesnar. His most recent title defence took place at SummerSlam, when he and the Beast finally put an end to their feud by winning the Last Man Standing contest. Now with reports stating it was the last time of them facing with other.

The Bloodline Domination

Roman Reigns and The Usos never stop creating history.

It is safe to say that The Bloodline is now the most prosperous and powerful WWE group since The Shield. The Usos, Reigns, and Paul Heyman, the main event triumvirate, have prospered in practically every manner. They have all displayed excellent performance in competitions against other elite athletes during the course of their time together.

What about The Usos?

In addition, the Usos held the SmackDown Tag Team Championships for the second-longest amount of time, 182 days, from April 8, 2018, to October 8, 2017.
They have held the title titles on five separate occasions as well as the Raw Tag Team Championships three times.

At Summerslam, The Usos became the first team in WWE history to defend a tag team championship at two back-to-back SummerSlam PPV events, excluding kickoff bouts.

Next opponent for Reigns

Drew McIntyre participated in a contender’s match for a championship chance at Clash at the Castle on a recent Friday Night SmackDown programme. He triumphed over Sheamus, a Celtic Warrior, in a crucial Irish Donnybrook bout. Sheamus initially had the upper hand in the bout, but McIntyre regained the initiative and defeated Sheamus.

At Clash at the Castle at the Principality Stadium in the UK, Roman Reigns will face Drew McIntyre to defend the Undisputed Universal Championship. The Scottish Warrior’s matchup with the Head of the Table is anticipated by many WWE fans.

Who will win this epic showdown to come in the United Kingdom?

Music enthusiast and BMX/Mountain biker based out of Pune, who intends to traverse through various genres of film design and content curation. Hugely influenced by the underground culture, be it in terms of music, films and especially art. Always travelling across unexplored wilderness because it is now just a side hobby in a way, but trying to keep the main motivation line which is "every secret of a writing soul is that every experience is written in words of one's work".