Unified WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns’ dominance in the company has reached new heights as he has now passed 1,000 days without being pinned.
Reigns recently passed two years as Universal Champion in WWE, becoming only the fifth man in WWE history to have a world championship run hit the two-year mark with the others being Hulk Hogan, Bob Backlund, Pedro Morales, and Bruno Sammartino, twice.
Jey Uso, Braun Strowman, Kevin Owens, Daniel Bryan, Edge, Cesaro, Rey Mysterio, John Cena, Finn Balor, Sami Zayn, Goldberg, Matt Riddle, Brock Lesnar, and Drew McIntyre have all tried to pry the gold from Reigns over the past two years and all have failed.
In asserting himself as WWE’s Tribal Chief, it has emerged Roman Reigns has passed another incredible milestone as it has now been over 1,000 days since Reigns was pinned.
Unbelievably the last man to hold the distinction of pinning Reigns is Happy Corbin – known at the time as King Corbin – at the TLC event back in December 2019. The two men met in a Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match with Corbin finding help from Dolph Ziggler and The Revival to pick up the win.
As an indication of how the wrestling world has changed in those 1,000 days since Roman Reigns last had his shoulders pinned to the mat, 10 out of the 22 competitors that appeared on the TLC 2019 card have since left WWE.