When we talk about being in "God Mode", as he likes to call it, one can only think of the stellar career that Roman Reigns has been living since 2020, when joining forces with Paul Heyman he also created the Bloodline managing to conquer both heavyweight belts in WWE.
The last great achievement of the Tribal Chief that we can record from the archives of the Stamford company is the one that sees him holding the title of WWE Universal Champion for 900 days, after he had managed to win it against Bray Wyatt at Payback 2020 in a spectacular comeback after months of absence.
During this run as a champion he managed to defeat highly respected opponents such as Edge, Brock Lesnar, Claudio Castagnoli, John Cena and Bryan Danielson, to name a few before the unification of this belt with the WWE one which took place at WrestleMania 38 against The Beast.
After that he found himself facing in the ring Kevin Owens, Drew McIntyre, Matt Riddle and also the youtuber Logan Paul.
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If you think this record, just one of the many that Roman Reigns has brought home in the last two years, is impressive, you should know that for WrestleMania 39 another could come as well, provided that the Tribal Chief manages to get away with Sami Zayn at Elimination Chamber this Saturday.
Indeed the Samoan can boast that he has often been part of the main event of the Grand Daddy of Them All, and, as pointed out by Wrestle Features, this year's edition of the Showcase of the Immortals will mark a major record for Reigns, who will arrive to main event the show for the seventh time.
This means that, after the April show, the Head of the Table would need to be part of one more WrestleMania main event, eight in total, to tie Hulk Hogan's record. Roman Reigns has main evented WrestleMania 31, 32, 33, 34, 37, 38 and will main event 39 against Cody Rhodes should he retain the belts against the Canadian this week.
After defeating Sami Zayn at WWE Elimination Chamber, Roman Reigns will face Cody Rhodes in the main event of WrestleMania 39. "I don’t know the answer to that question, man (if Cody Rhodes is the one to dethrone Roman Reigns).
It’s very hard for me to look at that match unbiased, I think. I want that match, I want that spot, I want that title, and to not have it, there’s a lot of salt in the wound having to talk about it, so it’s difficult for me to analyze," said Seth Rollins.