He’s still doing it. Roman Reigns has dominated WWE for most of the last four years, including a nearly three and a half year reign as Universal Champion. Reigns has held the title for more than 1,200 days and there is nothing to indicate that he will be losing the title anytime soon. That is only some of what Reigns has done though, and now he has crossed another milestone.

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According to Wrestle Features, as of Friday December 15, Reigns has gone four years without being pinned in a singles match. Baron Corbin defeated him at Tables Ladders And Chairs on December 15, 2019. Reigns has been pinned in a tag match since then, as Jey Uso pinned him in the main event of Money In The Bank 2023. His next title defense is expected to take place on January 27, 2024 at the Royal Rumble against an opponent to be determined.

Reigns has had quite a run. Check out what has happened during his streak:

Opinion: This is the kind o thing that keeps coming up on Reign’s list of accomplishments and it gets more impressive every time. Reigns has been on top of WWE for such a long time now that it is hard to imagine someone actually beating him. Someone beating him is going to be a huge deal and while it might take some time, it is going to make someone’s career if done right.

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