Roman Reigns Achieves Significant Milestone Prior to WrestleMania 40

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Today marks the second anniversary of Roman Reigns defeating Brock Lesnar to win the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship at WrestleMania 38.

Reigns has held the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship for 1,312 days. His reign is the fourth-longest in WWE history, behind Bruno Sammartino’s first reign (2,803), Bob Backlund’s first reign (2,135), and Hulk Hogan’s first reign (1,474).

If Reigns loses to Cody Rhodes at WrestleMania 40, he will not move any further up the list, as his reign will end at 1,316 days.

Reigns has also held the WWE Championship for 731 days, the sixth-longest reign for that specific title, behind both of Sammartino’s reigns, Hulk Hogan, Bob Backlund, and Pedro Morales (1,027).

Roman Reigns Celebrates Second Anniversary of Undisputed WWE Universal Championship Win

Today marks a significant milestone in the career of professional wrestler Roman Reigns as he celebrates the second anniversary of his victory over Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 38, where he won the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship. Reigns’ triumph on that fateful day catapulted him to the top of the WWE hierarchy and solidified his position as one of the most dominant figures in the industry.

Since that historic win, Roman Reigns has held the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship for an impressive 1,312 days and counting. This remarkable reign places him in an elite group of wrestlers who have held a championship for an extended period of time. Reigns currently holds the fourth-longest reign in WWE history, trailing behind legendary names such as Bruno Sammartino, Bob Backlund, and Hulk Hogan.

To put Reigns’ reign into perspective, Bruno Sammartino’s first reign lasted a staggering 2,803 days, making it the longest in WWE history. Bob Backlund’s first reign follows closely behind with 2,135 days, while Hulk Hogan’s first reign stands at 1,474 days. Should Reigns lose to Cody Rhodes at WrestleMania 40, his reign will conclude at 1,316 days, leaving him just shy of surpassing Hogan’s record.

In addition to his Undisputed WWE Universal Championship reign, Roman Reigns has also held the prestigious WWE Championship for an impressive 731 days. This places him in sixth place for the longest reign with that specific title. The top five spots are occupied by Bruno Sammartino’s two reigns, Hulk Hogan, Bob Backlund, and Pedro Morales.

Reigns’ lengthy championship reigns not only showcase his incredible talent and dominance in the ring but also highlight the trust and faith that the WWE has placed in him as their top champion. His ability to captivate audiences and deliver compelling storylines has solidified his status as one of the industry’s biggest draws.

Throughout his reign, Roman Reigns has faced numerous challengers, each hoping to dethrone the “Tribal Chief” and claim the championship for themselves. However, Reigns has proven time and time again why he is the rightful holder of the title, displaying a combination of strength, agility, and ring intelligence that few can match.

As Reigns continues to reign over the WWE Universe, fans eagerly anticipate his next move and potential challengers. Will he be able to surpass the records set by wrestling icons like Bruno Sammartino and Hulk Hogan? Only time will tell, but one thing is for certain – Roman Reigns has etched his name in the annals of WWE history and cemented his legacy as one of the all-time greats.