Roman Reigns reaches another milestone

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Roman Reigns reaches another milestone

On the surprise return of Brock Lesnar a few Friday nights ago to Friday Night SmackDown, many WWE fans were shocked and shocked, when the Beast attacked Roman Reigns and his Bloodline, thus arranging the seventh match between the two.

Roman Reigns has won both previous matches, which took place at Crown Jewel in October and at WWE WrestleMania 38 in April, the last of which garnered negative reactions from many fans and critics and both valid for a title.

After an injury sidelined Randy Orton as Reigns' next opponent, WWE will now have another match between Reigns and Lesnar, once again at this year's SummerSlam, this time in a Last Man Standing match, in which initially there should have been The Viper.

Roman Reigns is a great champion

If in recent years Roman Reigns has gone to break record after record, the very last year has truly been the best of the entire career of the Tribal Chief of the Anoa'i family, with Roman still holding the title of Universal Champion by his side.

in Payback on August 30, 2020, with his reign lasting about 700 days, in an absolute record of the world title of the blue show, never before seen for that belt in the entire history of the company. At the moment, however, the statistics are also starting to focus on the WWE title, with the overall champion of both world titles of the federation, who also reached 100 days with the second belt in his life.

Obviously, the absolute record of the WWE title is far away, with the historical record of Bruno Sammartino that will probably remain unchanged forever, given the mammoth amount of days in which our Italian pride was champion when WWE was still called WWF.

Despite this, Reigns still continues to claim victims after victims and to grind day after day with his world champion reigns, with the name of Lesnar that seems to be the last hope of that large slice of the WWE Universe audience who can no longer stand him as the world champion of the company.

"Road Dogg" Brian James and Vince Russo agree that WWE can find a way to feature Roman Reigns every week without having him wrestle. "Once Roman or Hogan gets so over, he cannot be there every night, but he's gotta get to that level first," James said.

"In that level, they're pushing him out in front of the people, whether it's a music video, whether it's him playing the bass, or whatever, Hogan is there."