Roman Reigns’ current title run has been the talk of the WWE Universe for quite some time now. Proudly holding the glistening golden belt, Roman Reigns is the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion. With over 1100 days of reign, a lot seems to await The Tribal Chief in the near future.
Roman Reigns’ glorious title run opens the gates for him to thrash the previous records established in the company. And the next record on the line is Hulk Hogan‘s longest title reign days record. Hulkamania was crowned the WWE Champion in January 1984. Nobody seemed to expect that he would go on to defend his title for four long years.
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Hulk Hogan’s longest title record stands at 1474 days. Roman Reigns is exactly one year behind the Hulkster in snatching his legacy. The probability of Reigns setting a new record is quite high. With numerous storylines going on in the division, it is easy to extend his reign for the next 365 days.
On the other hand, The Tribal Chief is nowhere to be spotted in the upcoming Premium Live Events of the company. Multiple reports suggest that Roman has taken time off from the company and this further enhances the belief that Roman Reigns will overtake Hulk Hogan in the race for the longest reigning WWE Champion.
What are the records that Roman Reigns has broken in WWE?
Roman Reigns’ most talked-about record is his title reign record. Surpassing the records of many WWE legends, including Pedro Morales and CM Punk, Reigns is now on a mission to thrash everyone who comes his way. However, there are many other records that the 38-year-old owns aside from his title reign record.
The Head of The Table didn’t fail to establish himself as a promising WrestleMania star. He had a record-breaking three main events at the PLE by the time he was 32. The following years saw him thrash stars such as The Undertaker and Triple H.
In over 20 years of his WWE career until now, Roman Reigns has main evented 7 WrestleMania. He only falls behind Hulk Hogan, who has a record of 8. With the undisputed spree that Roman is on, he will top the list by April 2024.
This is not all; Reigns also has a maximum record of four eliminations (highest ever) at his 2013 Survivor Series match. In a nutshell, Reigns has aspired to conquer the sky. With his current momentum, every day brings out a new record that the former Shield member holds in his name.