Roman Reigns has surpassed 400 Days as WWE Universal Champion.
Roman Reigns' career in WWE is almost unparalleled. Only Hulk Hogan has main-evented WrestleMania more times than him and he became a grand slam champion very quickly into his tenure as a singles performer.
Despite all of this, Roman Reigns’ previous World Championship runs did not last very long. That was before he became The Tribal Chief and aligned himself with Paul Heyman.
Since winning his second WWE Universal Championship at WWE Payback 2020, Roman Reigns has defended his championship against all-comers. In fact, most of the names that Roman Reigns defended his championship against have exited WWE since then, resumed part-time schedules, or joined him.
Currently, Roman Reigns is setting his sights on Brock Lesnar whom he will face at WWE Crown Jewel 2021. Reigns defeated Lesnar for his first WWE Universal Championship and he is hoping to continue his longest championship reign to date by defeating him again on Thursday, October 21.
No matter the outcome on October 26, Roman Reigns has been Champion for 400 days, and for that, we acknowledge him.