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Roman Reigns Names Favourite WrestleMania Moment

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Ahead of his blockbuster clash with Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 38, Roman Reigns has named his favourite WrestleMania moment.

When you’re the Tribal Chief, and have already taken centre stage at WrestleMania more times than most Superstars can ever dream of, pinning down your favourite moment becomes pretty difficult.

Despite this, Reigns has become the latest star to feature on WWE’s My WrestleMania Moment series. In the clip, Reigns is asked to choose his favourite moment, something he says is pretty much impossible.

“You want me to pick my favourite WrestleMania moment? It’s pretty much impossible,

I have so many of them, I’m a 5-time, soon to be a 6-time WrestleMania main eventer. I should have been a 7-time main eventer if real life [COVID-19] didn’t happen.”

The current Universal Champion eventually settled on the finish to WrestleMania 37, where he pinned Daniel Bryan and Edge simultaneously to retain his title.

“As a matter of fact, I think I’ll go with 2021,” Reigns said. “At Raymond James Stadium, I smashed ’em, stacked ’em up, and pinned ’em. I created the most definitive WrestleMania main event finish of all time. So yeah, when I beat Daniel Bryan and Edge – like it was nothing!”

At WrestleMania 38 Roman Reigns will meet WWE Champion Brock Lesnar in what is being billed as a ‘Title vs. Title, winner takes all match.’ The promotion for the match to date suggests that it will see the unification of the WWE and Universal Championships.

Roman Reigns has held the Universal Title for a staggering 549 days and counting, making him the longest-reigning champion in the title’s history. Meanwhile, Brock Lesnar captured the WWE Championship for a seventh time at Elimination Chamber.

WWE last unified two championships in January, when Carmelo Hayes defeated The Diamond Mine’s Roderick Strong to unify the NXT Cruiserweight and North American Championships, retiring the former in the process.

H/t to Wrestling Inc for the transcription.