Roman Reigns breaks another record

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Roman Reigns breaks another record

Just a few days ago, or rather less than 48 hours ago, the SummerSlam Pay Per View took place, one of the most important events of the year in WWE. The Main Event of this event saw yet another clash between Roman Reigns and The Beast Incarnate Brock Lesnar.

The two, probably the biggest attractions of the company in recent years, have attracted the attention of the public with a great match and have given birth to a truly spectacular Last Man Standing Match. In the end, as almost usual, the undisputed champion Roman Reigns kept the title, once again thanks to The Usos.

Thanks to this success Roman has completed an incredible streak and has reached yet another historic milestone within the company.

Roman Reigns is unstoppable

Roman Reigns became champion thanks to his triumph on August 30, 2020 in the WWE Pay per View of PAYBACK.

The strong wrestler managed to win in a Triple Threat Match against The Fiend Bray Wyatt and Braun Strowman, wrestlers who are now no longer present within the company. It's been 700 days and the race with the title of Reigns has now entered the history of this business.

Several athletes have tried to end the wrestler's reign, but he has beaten almost everyone on the show. There won't be long 'doing nothing' at the Head of The Table. It has already been made official that the wrestler will have to defend his kingdom in the European Pay per View of the Clash of the Castle company, an event to be held in the United Kingdom (and precisely in Cardiff) on September 3, 2022.

Roman will face former WWE Champion Drew McIntyre, who became the number one contender where he recently won the Friday Night SmackDown challenge against Sheamus. There is curiosity as to whether The Scottish Warrior will end Reigns' reign or whether the wrestler will continue to dominate undisputed within the company.

Dutch Mantell, formerly known as Zeb Colter in WWE, revealed on Sportskeeda Wrestling’s “Smack Talk” that he skips through The Bloodline’s entrance. “You know they take five minutes coming in, at least,” Mantell said.

“Then he gets in the ring, Roman, ‘Acknowledge me.’ Everybody knows that, so they know the first seven minutes of the show every week. You could tune in late. When I watch SmackDown, I don’t watch it for the first 30 minutes. I just tape it so I can show up 30 minutes later, because nothing happens. Nothing”.