Roman Reigns Achieves Historic Milestone, Cements Legacy Among WWE’s Greatest Superstars

Roman Reigns, a six-time world champion, has showcased his prowess by clinching the WWE Championship four times and the WWE Universal Championship twice.

In a testament to his unparalleled dominance in the squared circle, Roman Reigns has etched his name in WWE history by entering an elite list of superstars with a historic title reign. The American professional wrestler, athlete, and actor, whose real name is Leati Joseph Anoa’i, has become a mainstay in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) since his debut in 2010.

Reigns, a six-time world champion, has showcased his prowess by clinching the WWE Championship four times and the WWE Universal Championship twice. His championship accolades extend to victories in the WWE United States Championship, the WWE Intercontinental Championship, and the WWE Tag Team Championship. Notably, Reigns emerged triumphant in the 2015 Royal Rumble and earned the prestigious 2014 Superstar of the Year award.

Currently reigning as the WWE Universal Champion since 2021, Roman Reigns holds the distinction of being the longest-reigning Universal Champion in WWE history. Beyond individual achievements, Reigns serves as the leader of The Bloodline stable and is a distinguished member of wrestling’s prestigious Anoa’i family.

The impact of Reigns on WWE is undeniable, as evidenced by his ongoing reign of 1,229 days as Universal Champion, marking the fifth-longest championship reign in the company’s storied history. His dominance in the ring, coupled with his leadership role within The Bloodline, has solidified Roman Reigns’ place among the greatest WWE superstars of all time, leaving an indelible mark on the world of professional wrestling.