Roman Reigns reached a historic milestone
by SIMONE BRUGNOLI | VIEW 1195
Roman Reigns became Universal Champion thanks to his triumph on August 30, 2020, in the WWE Pay per View of PAYBACK. The unstoppable wrestler managed to win in a Triple Threat Match against "The Fiend" version of Bray Wyatt and Braun Strowman, wrestlers who are now no longer even present in the company because they have been fired.
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 the Tribal Chief has beaten almost anyone on the show. There won't be long 'doing anything' 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 at the Castle company, an event to be held in the United Kingdom (in Cardiff) on 3 September 2022.
Roman Reigns makes history
Obviously, after having seen the online celebrations of the WWE and the WWE Universe fans, the comment of the person interested in this fantastic record reached in the rings of the McMahon company could not be missing, with the Tribal Chief Roman Reigns who seems to be unable to step back even one meter, in his fantastic realm, both for the Universal title and for that of the WWE Championship, now 100 days have passed with that too.
On his Twitter account, Reigns said: "For over 700 days, you have sat at MY table and participated in MY work. It's not over, I'm not done, but if you have waited until this point then ... # acknowledge me." So we just have to see who will be able to snatch the titles from the sides of the Tribal Chief in the future, provided that there is some character who he will be able to do so and if WWE does not have to invent a belt made vacant because the title is no longer able to change hands.
Roman Reigns and The Usos should have lost their WWE titles a long time ago, according to legendary wrestling manager Dutch Mantell. “I think Roman’s held the belt too long,” Mantell said. “I think The Usos have held it way, way too long.
I think those belts need to change hands at least twice a year. Give somebody else a chance. I don’t know, but I think we’ll see a better product overall [with Triple H in charge], I’m hoping”.