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Roman Reigns' road to immortality

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Roman Reigns continues his reign as the WWE Universal champion after defeating Goldberg at WWE Elimination Chamber in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The Tribal Chief is now 2,267 days away from becoming the longest-reigning world champion in WWE history.

Here is where Reigns currently sits along with the men who are ahead of him:

  1. Bruno Sammartino: WWE (WWWF) Champion
    May 17, 1963 - Jan. 18, 1971 = 2,803 days
  2. Bob Backlund: WWE (WWWF/WWF) Champion
    Feb. 20, 1978 - Dec. 26, 1983 = 2,135 days
  3. Hulk Hogan: WWE (WWF) Champion
    Jan. 23, 1984 - Feb. 5, 1988 = 1,474 days
  4. Bruno Sammartino: WWE (WWWF) Champion
    Dec. 10, 1973 - Apr. 30, 1977 = 1,237 days
  5. Pedro Morales: WWE (WWWF) Champion
    Feb. 8, 1971 - Dec. 1, 1973 = 1,027 days
  6. Roman Reigns: WWE Universal Champion
    Aug. 30, 2020 - present = 537 days

It might seem unlikely Reigns will get to that top spot but if anyone can do it, if anyone could possibly have that much faith put in them by Vince McMahon, it's The Head of the Table.

Right?

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