Roman Reigns: There Is So Much History Left To Make, I Don't See It Ever Ending

Roman Reigns isn't slowing down.

Roman Reigns has reigned as the WWE Universal Champion for 1300 days and counting, and he's only added to his collection in those days, winning the WWE Championship at WrestleMania 38 to unify the titles.

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Reigns may not have the busiest schedule as Undisputed WWE Universal Champion, but he remains the focal point of the shows as the Bloodline story has dominated the WWE Universe for four years.

Speaking on The Pat McAfee Show, Reigns was asked about his future in wrestling.

"Yeah, I'm just scratching the surface. I'm still experimenting and figuring stuff out. I'm 38 years young. I'm a young man and have so much stuff to do. If we were able to do this in four years, imagine what we can conquer in another decade. The work has been put in. The skin still looks good. I don't see it stopping anytime. We're about to set more records WrestleMania weekend with the main events. We're chasing landmarks and different history marks with the title reign. There is so much history left to make. I don't see it ever ending," he said.

Reigns will defend his Undisputed WWE Universal Championship at night two of WrestleMania 40 against Cody Rhodes.

At night one, Reigns will team with The Rock to face Cody & Seth Rollins.

Elsewhere during the interview, Roman commented on Rock and Cody returning to WWE under his reign. You can find his full comments by clicking here.

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