Roman Reigns crosses 600 consecutive days as champion

Apr 23, 2022 - by Colin Vassallo

Roman Reigns has crossed the 600-day mark as a champion in WWE and there doesn’t seem like there’s anything stopping The Tribal Chief!

Reigns won the Universal title at Payback 2020, defeating Braun Strowman and The Fiend, just a week after his surprise return at SummerSlam.

Since then, Reigns went on to participate in 18 premium live events, headlining the absolute majority of those shows. As champion, Reigns went through Jey Uso, Kevin Owens, Daniel Bryan, Edge, Cesaro, Rey Mysterio, John Cena, Finn Balor, Bobby Lashley, Sami Zayn, Goldberg, and Brock Lesnar.

Reigns became the undisputed WWE Universal champion at WrestleMania, beating Brock Lesnar to unify the titles. As Universal champion, Reigns sits #2 in the chart of combined reigns, with 662 days and counting, less than a month away from beating Lesnar’s record which stands at 688 days over three separate reigns.

4 Responses

  1. TrollBuster says:

    And 90% of the time its always the same match. He gets whipped and then OMG IT’S THE USOS!
    Or low blows and hits with the title. So his title run barely has any worth, at least to me.
    Dear WWE, this might hurt what you believe in, but heels can also win clean. You did it with the two move man Lesnar who was such a dominant force…

  2. Alex burns says:

    Dude he choked out majority of those guys for the win so it’s not like the Usos are the cause for it. Yea that showed up here and there but his run has been really good for a heel champ

  3. Jake Allen says:

    This news is more about how Vince sucks as a decision maker than it is about Roman being some sort of legendary champion.

  4. Joseph says:

    Where else can they not only pick you to be their champion, but keep the title on you for 600 days and counting? 600 days is impressive. It’s almost as impressive as Goldberg’s undefeated streak where guys were scheduled to lose against him.

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