Roman Reigns goes from laurel to laurel in the WWE? Is he unstoppable?



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Roman Reigns goes from laurel to laurel in the WWE? Is he unstoppable?

Roman Reigns recently celebrated two years as WWE Universal Champion, becoming only the fifth man in WWE history to have a two-year world title run with his name written next to Hulk's. Hogan, Bob Backlund, Pedro Morales, and Bruno Sammartino.

Now, however, the Tribal Chief, after countless other achievements, is able to celebrate 1,000 days without ever having been pinned by the opponents who dared to challenge him in the WWE rings. The names of his opponents' list is really long: Sami Zayn, Goldberg, Daniel Bryan, Braun Strowman, Edge, Cesaro, Finn Balor, Brock Lesnar, cousin Jey Uso now his ally, Rey Mysterio, John Cena, Kevin Owens, Matt Riddle and most recently Drew McIntyre.

Congratulations then to Roman Reigns who is increasingly writing his name in the history of professional wrestling and attention, as some plans have emerged for his current path as Undisputed WWE Universal Champion.

A new lighter deal with the WWE for Roman Reigns

The Head Of The Table recently said, in an interview for Sports Illustrated, the following: “No, we won't be a part of every PPV of the month, but you will definitely see me in big events like the Big Four, as well as those in Arabia.

I will always support these events by building them through TV programming to better manage stories and rivalries." Confirming this non-attendance thing in all Premium Live Events was Dave Meltzer who said: "Roman Reigns is currently not booked for the next Extreme Rules PPV and I don't think he will be in that event." Extreme Rules will be held in Philadelphia on October 8, 2022.

The journalist, however, has made known the following to confirm once again the words of the wrestler: "I don't know yet against whom, but Roman will defend the title in Saudi Arabia."