Roman Reigns reaches a new milestone



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Roman Reigns reaches a new milestone

When we think of Roman Reigns in 2023, we think of a wrestler who had his redemption after going through moments of great difficulty in WWE, where the public was not willing to support him, then changing his mind when he went to join Paul during the pandemic Heyman becoming a masterful heel.

Roman Reigns' run since becoming Tribal Chief has been confirmed to be a major success for WWE as the wrestler has become a of the most famous and attracting public in the history of the company. His name was mentioned precisely to underline how much he managed to attract audiences, and consequently listens, for two years in a row and five times in total in history.

He had been placed at the top of the list in 2016 and 2017 together with Braun Showman and then also in 2018 and 2021. His name has been compared to that of great workers, however he still has two years to join John Cena in seven years at the first place.

Reigns is in twelfth place while John Cena in tenth. Below we leave you the ten names of the wrestlers who have most attracted an audience to the Stamford company over the years: Jim Londos
Bruno Sammartino
Lou Thesz
Bill Longson
Hulk Hogan
Ed “Strangler” Lewis
Rick Flair
Buddy Rogers
Argentina Rock
John Cena

Roman Reigns is a legend

After a historic reign as Universal Champion of over 2 years, accompanied by that of WWE Champion, Roman Reigns has reached another milestone in his already rich palmares: in fact, he was elected best wrestler of 2022 by the historic magazine Pro Wrestling Illustrated.

Now in its 32nd edition, the magazine decided to put the Tribal Chief at the top, so he reached the top again two years after Seth "Freakin" Rollins. We just have to wait and see how this 2023 goes for him. With WrestleMania 39 underway, the Stamford-based company may be looking to shift into high-gear.

Tensions have been building up in The Bloodline over the last few weeks. Enzo Amore recently opened up about Roman Reigns allegedly having issues with his behavior behind the scenes in WWE. "I got into a physical altercation and it wasn't with Roman Reigns, so I had to change buses," Amore said.

"I got into a fight with a guy in the locker room and I punched him in his f***ing face. And when you punch somebody in the f***ing face, the next night Vince [McMahon] puts you in the main event. That's the truth. That happened."