Roman Reigns has hit a major milestone as Universal Champion.
Following a victory at the Payback pay-per-view back in 2020 to first capture the title, Reigns has now held the championship for 1,000 days.
The reign has been historic as the longest time held the championship in the modern era, and is set to continue for a while longer, as no title match has been scheduled for the near future. The Tribal Chief will be in action at the Night of Champions Premium Live Event, but will instead be hoping to add to his championship collection, as he and Solo Sikoa will challenge Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn for the WWE Undisputed Tag Team Championships.
Reigns would defeat The Fiend to begin the historic reign as Universal Champion. Since then, The Universal Champion has beaten the biggest names in WWE to keep hold of the title, including Edge, Brock Lesnar and Rey Mysterio. The most recent defence came during the main event of WrestleMania 39, where Reigns would defeat Cody Rhodes.
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